Hospitality & Tourism Career Cluster
The ServSafe® Food Protection Manager Certification was developed
by the National Restaurant Association Education Foundation (NRAEF).
It is a nationally recognized and accredited Food Safety Program.
Certification is for five years. Old Town Bistro is operated by the
Culinary Arts program.
8371V Culinary Arts (two credits)
Co-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in an additional course credit at MCTC
Occupationally specific instruction includes knife skills, industry-specific
vocabulary, hands on practice in all areas of food production specific to a
restaurant and catering kitchen. Students will also focus on learning skills for
restaurant management and service.
8373V Practicum in Culinary Arts (two credits)
Prerequisite: Culinary Arts
Co-requisite: Enrollment in an additional course credit at MCTC
Practicum students are expected to produce more complex dishes appropriate for
restaurant service at the on-site bistro and for competition. Students operate the
Old Town Bistro.
Practicum in Culinary Arts is an advanced course for the Hospitality &
Tourism career cluster.