International Baking and Pastry — Columbia
IBP101C — Lower Division Certificate Program
CIP Code: 12.0501
SOC Code: 51-3011
Day and Evening Programs
|Total Semester Credit Hours||0.0|
|Weeks to Complete — Day||Approximately 66 weeks (including holidays and scheduled breaks)|
|Weeks to Complete — Evening||Approximately 66 weeks (including holidays and scheduled breaks)|
The program’s objective is to develop graduates who are “Industry Ready”; confident, competent and with a sense of urgency. Graduates are prepared to enter the foodservice industry in a variety of entry level positions. The program’s educational approach to this objective includes the following: •Provide students with the proper balance of theory and practical application of the culinary arts. •Provide students with a qualified, meaningful, well managed experiential learning opportunity. •Provide students with an opportunity to participate in community events and services. This approach to education not only produces technically skilled students, but also well rounded graduates who are prepared to be professional members of the communities in which they live and work. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course in this program with the exception of the externship course.
Course numbers and sequences are listed here for reference only. The actual delivery sequence of courses contained in this program may vary depending on individual campus scheduling. Courses identified as requiring a prerequisite delivery are marked with a single asterisk (*), as noted in the course description.
Each externship course is five weeks with a minimum of 90 hours; total Experiential Learning period is 15 weeks with a minimum of 270 hours of training at an approved externship site, working under the direction of a Chef and/or Manager, following all internal rules and regulations. Most externship assignments are scheduled during daytime hours for both day and evening programs. All weeks exclude holidays, course change days and make-up hours for absences during externship. Actual times are set by the externship sites. Students are responsible for transportation to and from the extern site, as well as meals.
The listing of credits is not meant to imply that credits can be transferred into college or other private career school programs. Transfer credits are at the sole discretion of the receiving school.