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Food and Beverage Certificate of Proficiency
A Hospitality Management Certificate of Proficiency- (Career)
Application Code 267
For Curriculum Information Contact the Business and Computer Systems Division
Room DH-239—443-518-1520

This certificate is designed for those who seek to achieve basic skills and knowledge that will prepare them to find employment in various segments of hospitality and tourism, with a particular focus on the food and beverage service arena.  Students selecting the Certificate may have background experience in the field or be seeking a career area.  The courses required in the certificate are applicable to the A.A.S degree in Hospitality.

CMGT-100Culinary Basics1 credit
HMGT-101Introduction to the Hospitality Industry 3 Credits 
HMGT-111 Food Service Sanitation & Safety 1 Credit
HMGT-120   Food Preparation I 3 Credits
HMGT-164  Event Management3 Credits
HMGT-220  Food Preparation II  3 Credits
HMGT-225Hospitality Purchasing and Cost Control  3 Credits
HMGT-250 Food and Beverage Management and Service 3 Credits
HMGT-260Fundamentals of Wines, Spirits, and Beers3 Credits
HMGT-285Dining Room Service1 credit
HMGT-290Food & Beverage Management Field Internship1 credit
Electives – Select 2-3 credits from the following courses:
BMGT-120Small Business Management3 Credits
ENTR-101 Entrepreneurship and Creativity3 Credits
HMGT-160   Introduction to Travel and Tourism2 Credits
HMGT-165Introduction to Cruise Ship Industry3 Credits
NUTR-211 Nutrition3 Credits
Total number of credits for Certificate:  27-28