CULINARY_ARTS by wuzhenguang


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  This plan of study should serve as a guide, along with other career planning materials, as you continue your education. Courses
  listed within this plan are only recommended coursework and should be individualized to meet each learner’s educational and career goals.
  All plans will meet minimum high school graduation requirements as well as minimum college entrance requirements.
  Applicants to Board of Regents institutions should be advised that meeting minimum requirements will not guarantee admission at any institution. Institutions may set additional and/or higher requirements.
                                                                                              I. English Language Arts              II. Mathematics          III. Science           IV. Social Studies              V. Required Electives (3 units) and Other Electives (4 units)                        VI. Health &
                                                                                                       (4 units)                        (4 units)              (4 units)                 ( 3 units)                     CTAE and/or Modern Language/Latin and/or Fine Arts                              Physical Edu
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (1 unit)
High School Education and Career Plan

                                                                                             *English I                        *Math I                 *Biology I or Biology I   *World History                 CULINARY ARTS Career Pathway Sequence of Courses:                                       Health
                                                                                             English II                        *Math II                  Honors                  *US History              2420.5/2421.5 Introduction to Culinary Arts                                                   Physical
                                        Graduation Rules for 9th grade enrolling 2008-2009

                                                                                             *English III                      *Math III                                         *Economics (1/2 unit)    2422.5/2423.5 Culinary Arts I                                                                 Education
                                                                                             English IV                        *Math IV or             *Physical Science or      *Am Govt (1/2 unit)      2424.5/2425.5 Culinary Arts II
                                                                                                                                 Discrete Math           Physics I Honors
                                                                                             Honors English I                                                                    Honors World History     CAREER PATHWAY RELATED COURSES:
                                                                                             Honors English II                 OR                      *Chemistry I or           Honors US History        2493.4/2494.4 Food, Nutrition & Wellness
                                                                                                                                                        Chemistry I Honors or    Honors Govt (1/2 unit)   2495.4/2496.4 Food & Nutrition through the Lifespan
                                                                                                                               *Accelerated Math I      Environmental Science    Honors Econ (1/2 unit)   2497.4/2498.4 Food Science^
                                                                                             AP Eng Lang/Am Lit                *Accelerated Math II     or Earth Systems or
                                                                                             AP Lit and Composition            *Accelerated Math III    AP Biology or            AP World History         ^ Course qualifies for 4th science unit credit
                                                                                                                                                        AP Physics or            AP US History                                         Modern Language/Latin
                                                                                                                               *AP Statistics or        AP Chemistry or          AP Government                  2 units required for admissions to Georgia University System Colleges/Universities
                                                                                                                                 AP Calculus or         AP Environmental
                                                                                                                                 Discrete Math          Science                                                                     Spanish, French, German, Latin

                                                                                             Other elective credit             Other elective credit   Other science credit      Other elective
                                                                                             courses                           courses                 courses                   courses                                                         Fine Arts
                                                                                             Journalism I, II, III, IV         Math Support 1          Anatomy/Physiology or     World Geography                                          Visual Arts – Art
                                                                                              (Yearbook)                       Math Support 2          any course above that     Honors World                       Performing Arts – Chorus, Band, Orchestra, Music Appreciation
                                                                                             Basic Read/Write I, II, III, IV                           would qualify as a          Geography                                           Dramatic Arts - Theatre                                           Sample
                                                                                             Reading Enrichment                                        science elective          Psychology                                                                                                              Additional
                                                                                             English Study Skills                                                                AP Psychology                                                                                                           Health & PE
                                                                                             Writer’s Workshop                                                                   Sociology                                               VII. Other Electives                                            courses:
                                                                                                                                                                                 African American                                                                                                        Team Sports
                                                                                                                                                                                   Studies                For a listing of other elective courses offered at your high school, please check              Rec Games
                                                                                                                                                                                 AP Human Geography                     with your advisor, counselor, or curriculum handbook.                            Aerobics
                                                                                                                                                                                 AP European History

                                                                                                   Career-Related Education Activities                            Postsecondary Options:                  Possible postsecondary credit opportunities may include:
          Career Enhancement

                                                                                              Career Awareness                                             4-Year Universities/Colleges                       ▪      *Advanced Placement

                                                                                              Career Exploration                                           2-Year Colleges                                    ▪      *Articulated Credit (Technical Colleges)
                                                                                              Instructional Related                                        Technical Colleges                                 ▪      *Dual Enrollment/ACCEL (Degree Programs)
                                                                                              Connecting                                              
                                                                                              Work-Based Learning
                                                                                                                                                             State Registered Apprenticeships                   ▪      *Dual Enrollment/HOPE (Certificate and Diplomas)
                                                                                                                                                            Special Purpose Schools                            ▪
                                                                                                  Employability Skill Dev.                                                                                            Joint Enrollment (postsecondary credit only)
                                                                                                                                                            On-the-Job Training
                                                                                                  Cooperative Education
                                                                                                  Internship                                               Military
                                                                                                                                                                                                          *Postsecondary credit opportunities allow high school students to earn both college and high school credit
                                                                                                  Youth Apprenticeship                                                                                   simultaneously while in high school. Check with your counselor/advisor and Education and Career Partnership
                                                                                                  Clinicals                                                                                              program manager for more information regarding these opportunities and others, such as Early College which
                                                                                                                                                                                                          serves both middle and high school students.
Go to GACollege411 at for more information about your education and                                                                         CAREER PATHWAY
career planning, including valuable financial information (grants and scholarships including
HOPE Program, loans, and FAFSA and CSS forms).                                                                                                               A career in culinary arts involves more than
                                                                                                                                                   simply cooking. Many job opportunities exist in this field,
                                                                                                                                                   from executive chefs to part-time food service workers.
                                                                           Postsecondary                           Postsecondary
  Current GEORGIA Graduation Rule for
                                                                         Programs of Study                       Programs of Study                            Chefs, cooks and food preparation workers
            student entering the
                                                        Credits          Technical College                      University of Georgia              prepare, season and cook a wide range of foods in a
       9th grade in fall of 2008-2009
                                                                                                                      System                       variety of restaurants and other food service
              Areas of Study:                                                                                                                      establishments. Food service managers are responsible
                                                                                                                                                   for the daily operations of restaurants and other
     I.    English/Language Arts                            4     The following links will list Department    The following link will list Board   establishments that prepare and serve meals and
                                                                    of Technical and Adult Education          of Regents institutions offering     beverages to customers.
     II.   Math                                             4        institutions offering programs in         degrees in Culinary Arts. In
                                                                  Culinary Arts. Each technical college       the first box titled “Major,” type
                                                                                                                                                              Most fast-food or short-order cooks and food
     III. *Science                                          4      varies in the specific degrees (AAS)       “Nutrition,” “Food/Nutrition,” or
                                                                    and diplomas offered. Search the             “Hospitality Management.”         preparation workers require little education or training since
     IV. Social Studies                                     3         drop-down boxes for a specific            Then click the button at the       most skills are learned on the job. Executive chefs and
                                                                   program OR school in the following              bottom “View Matching           head cooks who work in fine-dining restaurants require
     V. **Career, Technical and Agricultural
                                                                                   areas:                     Campuses” for a list. It will not    many years of training and experience. They may receive
         Education (CTAE),                                                      *Culinary Arts                  be necessary to fill in all the    training through post-secondary vocational programs,
         and/or Modern Language/Latin,                                 *Culinary Arts/Chef Training,           other boxes. Further research       independent cooking schools, professional culinary
         and/or Fine Arts                                            *Hospitality/Restaurant/Tourism            will be required for specific
                                                                                                                                                   institutes or 2- or 4-year degree programs in hospitality or
                                                                                Management                   programs of study that align with
     VI. Health & Physical Education                        1         *Food Preparation/Production.                      the pathway.              culinary arts. Many restaurant and food service
                                                                                                            management positions, particularly self-service and fast-
     VII. Electives (4 units)                               4        Associate Degree and Diploma                elect/MatchAsst/default.asp       food, are filled by promoting experienced food and
                                                                               Programs                                                            beverage preparation and service workers. Many national
TOTAL UNITS                                                 23                                                                                     or regional restaurant chains recruit management trainees
                                                                   Certificate Programs (short training                                            from 2- and 4-year college hospitality management
* 4th Science may be used to meet both the required science and   programs from one to four quarters in
                                                                                                                                                   programs which require internships and real-life experience
required elective in CTAE sequence of courses (V)                     preparation for employment)
                                                                                                                                                   to graduate.
**Student must complete 3 units in a pathway to complete CTAE
pathway and take end of pathway assessment. Student must
                                                                                                                                                               Important characteristics for those interested in
complete 2 years of the same Modern Language/Latin for
                                                                                                                                                   culinary arts include working well as part of a team, working
admission to Georgia Board of Regents colleges/universities.
                                                                                                                                                   efficiently, personal cleanliness, self-discipline and
   The sample CULINARY ARTS PATHWAY occupations listed below meet two out of three of GDOE
          definitions for high-demand, high-wage and high-skilled.                                                                     Job openings for chefs, cooks, food preparation
                                                                                                                                                   workers and food service managers are expected to be
                                                                                                                                                   plentiful through 2014. However, competition will be keen
                                                 Level of                 Average               Annual Average Openings in                         for jobs in the top kitchens of higher-end restaurants.
   Occupation Specialties                    Education Needed              Salary                        Georgia                                   Employment growth will be spurred by increases in
                                                                                                                                                   population, household income and leisure time that will
     Chef and Head Cook                       Work Experience             $31,304                          110                                     allow people to dine out and take vacations more often.
    Food Service Manager                      Work Experience             $46,384                          400
                                                                                                                                                   For more information, visit the following websites:
General and Operations Manager              Bachelor Degree plus          $87,152                         3,050                                    American Culinary Federation,
                                              Work Experience                                                                            
  Manager of Food Preparation                 Work Experience              $27,477                                1,000                  
     and Serving Workers

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