Culinary Management (BS)

Go Fire Up Your Career
Take your love for cooking to the top with Southern New Hampshire University’s Bachelor of Science in culinary management.

The four-year program pairs a focus on culinary arts and baking skills with the business and leadership knowledge you need for a management career.

The Curriculum
We’re more than just a “training school.” At SNHU you will get a true university education and real-world experience that will help you start your management career.

BS in culinary management courses emphasize emerging industry trends, sustainability, cooking and baking for those with restricted diets (such as gluten-free, diabetic and lactose-intolerant), and reducing costs.

Master the art of cooking and baking in hands-on labs. You also will prepare culinary delights for patrons of SNHU’s gourmet, student-run restaurant, The Quill, and our student-run bakery, Caffe e Dolce. Internships also provide valuable industry experience.

Flexible Program
The BS in culinary management was designed to accommodate students transferring from two-year culinary programs, including commuter and nontraditional students. Third- and fourth-year labs are offered in the evenings, and many non-culinary courses can be taken online or at our centers.

Five-Star Faculty
Our faculty members are enthusiastic teachers who want you to succeed. They all have professional certifications and industry experience. They are or have been bakers, innkeepers, executive chefs, world travelers, hotel managers, consultants, wine connoisseurs and more – and they’re eager to share what they’ve learned.

Career Outlook
BS in culinary management students are prepared for careers leading and overseeing large hotel and restaurant kitchens, catering operations and other food-preparation businesses.

SNHU students and graduates have worked for a number of great companies, including:

  • Bedford Village Inn, Bedford, N.H.
  • Edgartown Yacht Club, Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.
  • The LandMark, Old Orchard Beach, Maine
  • Grill 23, Boston
  • Disney World, Orlando, Fla.
  • Ambrosia on Huntington, Boston
  • Aletia, New York City
  • Chef Geoff’s, Washington D.C.
  • Jardiniere, San Francisco
  • Aqua, Las Vegas
  • French Laundry, Napa Valley, Calif.

Culinary Management (B.S.) Program Requirements

Required Core Courses

General Education Program

Major Courses

TCI 110 Culinary Skills and Procedures
TCI 111 Progressive Culinary Techniques/Menu Imp
TCI 113 Fundamentals of Baking
TCI 114 Intermediate Baking
TCI 116 Safety and Sanitation
TCI 167 Nutritional Cooking
TCI 250 Dining Room Management
TCI 256 Food and Beverage Cost Control
TCI 390 Culinary Cooperative Education
TCI 211 Italian Cuisine
TCI 217 Classical Cuisine
TCI 218 International Cuisine and Service
TCI 235 American Regional Cuisine
ACC 201 Financial Accounting
BUS 206 Business Law I
MKT 113 Introduction to Marketing
MKT 345 Consumer Behavior
OL 215 Principles of Management

Choose One:
OL 320 Entrepreneurship
OL 326 Social Environment of Business
OL 328 Leadership

Select 4 culinary lab courses:
TCI 310 Skills of Meat Cutting
TCI 320 Baking for the Restricted Diet
TCI 330 Media of Culinary Artistry
TCI 340 Spirits and Mixology Management
TCI 410 Cooking Without Recipes
TCI 420 Sugarcraft and Cake Design
TCI 430 Dietetics and Spa Cuisine
TCI 440 Catering and Banquet Management

University Accreditation

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Friday: 8 am to 4:00 pm

Phone: 603.645.9611
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