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CULN 360: Beverage Service Management

CULN 360 evaluates quality service and management of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to include: product information, food pairings, purchasing, controlling, storing, pricing, marketing, selling and serving of a restaurant?s beverage menu. Beverage laws and regulations will also be covered in this class. Class projects include the design of a beverage menu and layout of a beverage program for a typical business. This course prepares students to take a National Certification Exam in Alcohol Awareness.
3.000 Credit hours
45.000 Lecture hours

Syllabus Available
Schedule Types: Lecture

Food Service & Hospitality Edu Division
Culinary Arts Department

 


Important Registration and Withdrawal Deadline Information

01/12/2018 Last day to register
01/12/2018 Last day to receive 100% tuition refund
02/01/2018 Last day to receive 50% tuition refund
02/01/2018 Last day to drop (No "W" on transcript)
04/02/2018 Last day to withdraw from class ("W" on transcript)

 


Note

Prerequisite(s): Associates degree in Culinary Arts from an ACF certified culinary institution.

Corequisite(s): Students who enroll in CULN 360 (CRN 33050) must also enroll in both CULN CULN 322 (CRN 33048) and 330B (33049). Students who withdraw from CULN 360 (CRN 33050) must also withdraw from both CULN 322 (CRN 33048) and CULN 330B (CRN 33049). Special Approval: Academic Advisor Approval

 


Course Details

Term: Spring 2018
CRN: 33050
Subject: Culinary Arts (CULN)
Course Number: 360
Course Title: Beverage Service Management
Instructional Method: Distance – Completely Online
Credits: 3
Grading Options: Standard Letter A-F
Instructor: Daniel Swift
Course Dates: 01/08-05/11
Meeting Times:
TBA TBA WWW 01/08-05/11

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