Hone and Personalize Your Culinary Skills for an Outstanding Career in the Hospitality Industry

  • 40 classes
  • 180 credits
  • 1 Bachelor Degree

The Career you’ve always wanted


take the path
to a rewarding career

  • Cooks for Institutions and Cafeterias
  • First-Line Supervisors
  • Private Cooks and Chefs
  • Food Preparation Workers
  • Managers of Food Preparation
  • Chefs and Head Cooks
  • Food Service Managers

complete your
Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Management

through classroom instruction at one of our Virginia campuses, online instruction, or a combination of both.

total required for graduation

180
credits

40
classes

Core Requirements

Required Courses
BUS310
Introduction to Financial Management
BUS352
Employment Law
BUS362
Sales Management
BUS363
Strategic Issues in Marketing
BUS415
Organizational Theory and Development
CUL111
Culinary Theory and Sanitation
CUL121
Kitchen Fundamentals
CUL140
Introduction to Cooking Techniques
CUL142
Garde Manger
CUL150
Sauces,Soups,&Stocks
CUL152
Elements of Entree Production
CUL160
Fundamentals of Baking
CUL162
Pastry Arts
CUL170
Advanced Culinary Theory
CUL210
Nutrition & Menu Planning
CUL215
Dining Room Service
CUL271
Culinary Skills Externship I
CUL340
Introduction to Gastronomy
CUL380
Culinary Cultural Traditions
CUL490
Culinary Arts Capstone
HOS270
Hospitality Supervision
HOS330
Food and Beverage Controls
HOS355
Catering Management
HOS430
Hospitality Facilities Design

English

Select one 100 or 200 level course
ENG111
College Composition
ENG290
Current Topics in English

Humanities

Select one 100 or 200 level course
HUM110 Principles of Ethics
HUM210
HUM250 Cultural Diversity
HUM290 Current Topics in Humanities I

Mathematics

Select one 100 or 200 level course
MAT110 Fundamentals of Mathematics
MAT210 College Algebra
MAT290 Current Topics in Mathematics

Science

Select one 100 or 200 level course
SCI110 General Science
SCI250 Microbiology
SCI290 Current Topics in Science

Psychology

Select one 100 or 200 level course
PSY110 Social Psychology
PSY290 Current Topics in Psychology
Earn Your BACM
on Your Time
CampusOnline

On Campus or online

Where our classes are offered

Time

5 - 10 weeks

Time needed to complete a class

Calander

30 Months

Time needed to finish a bachelor’s degree

Meet the Faculty

Krystle Carter
Faculty Lead

Faculty Lead
Baltimore General Education

Alireza Khorsand
Faculty/Advisor

Faculty/Advisor
Falls Church School of Business Administration

Deborah Schiavone
Program Director

Program Director
Falls Church School of Nursing

Erik Walton
Faculty/Advisor

Faculty/Advisor
Glen Allen General Education

Jon Kerbaugh
Campus Dean

Title: Campus Dean
Campus: Alexandria Academics Administrative

apply what you’ve learned through

capstone projects

  • professional research
  • cumulative application
  • real world solutions
Team Environment

Team environment

we are ready

at stratford university.

are you

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