Culinary and Hospitality
Students in the Hospitality & Culinary program spend half of their day at their high school and half of their day on campus at Johnson County Community College (JCCC) working toward a certificate or associate degree in five available areas. Coursework includes both classroom instruction preparing for multiple facets of the industry and hands-on laboratory work using industry-standard equipment and supplies in JCCC professional kitchens. Students are required to take the JCCC Accuplacer exam for both Math and Reading as a part of the application process; scores on this assessment must indicate a readiness for college coursework.
Certificate and Degree options available for students to pursue through this partnership include:
- Chef Apprenticeship AAS
- Dietary Manager Certificate
- Food & Beverage Management AAS
- Hotel & Lodging AAS
- Pastry & Baking Certificate
Additional program information with sample student schedules, cost savings and job outlook information can be found on this document.
To learn more about the JCCC program, the certificate and Associates Degree options, visit the JCCC website.
Here is a document available for download with additional information