The Culinary and Dietary Operations Management Bachelor of Science degree is geared towards students with culinary experience who are interested in earning a degree that will prepare them for management positions in the food and nutrition industries. This program also combines business and science courses to broaden the student’s knowledge base beyond culinary and improve their career opportunities.
This bachelor of science degree option is a "2 + 2" program that stipulates students must first achieve an associate degree in Culinary Arts from Schoolcraft College or another American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF) accredited college prior to gaining admittance to the Culinary and Dietary Operations Management bachelor of science degree. Students must also complete all core ability and bachelor degree general education requirements in addition to completing required bachelor’s degree courses. Schoolcraft College’s 30 credits of bachelor level general education requirements align with the Michigan Transfer Agreement. (Students should confer with their counselor or advisor to discuss these criteria and to make appropriate course selections).
Professional-level American Culinary Federation (ACF) credentialed chefs interested in this program should contact the Culinary Department to explore their options.
Selective Admissions for Limited/Restricted Enrollment Programs
Students must be officially admitted through an additional selective admissions process for this limited/restricted enrollment program prior to enrolling in core/major courses.