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College of DuPage (The Foodservice Administration program )




CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
The foodservice industry is one of the most exciting areas in American business today. At present, the industry is experiencing a tremendous surge of growth and expansion. In recent years, eating-away-from-home sales have grown in excess of $200 billion.

The Foodservice Administration program at College of DuPage provides the academic and practical background for immediate entrance into this dynamic field. Based on the career and personal objectives of the student, a certificate or associate in applied science degree options are available.

Job opportunities for graduates of the Foodservice Administration program are many and varied. As new operations open or grow, the demand for qualified personnel increases. Graduates of the program have many employment opportunities including restaurant manager, sous-chef, banquet chef, catering manager, beverage manager and director of purchasing or foodservice sales.


George Macht, coordinator
SRC 1488
(630) 942-2315

Business and Technology Division
IC 2026
(630) 942-2592



PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
The following files describe in detail the requirements for this program. They are portable document format (PDF) files that can be viewed and printed with free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer, you may download it here.

Please consult a faculty adviser listed below before beginning your coursework.

Degrees
• Foodservice Administration, Associate in Applied Science
• Culinary Arts, Associate in Applied Science
• Baking and Pastry Arts, Associate in Applied Science
When planning your coursework, use the Student Planning Worksheet. Degree information and the worksheet can be found on the following files:
[Foodservice Administration, A.A.S. Degree, PDF file]
[Culinary Arts, A.A.S. Degree, PDF file]
[Baking and Pastry Arts, A.A.S. Degree, PDF file]
[Student Planning Worksheet, PDF file]

Certificates
• Foodservice Administration
• Baking and Pastry Arts
• Culinary Arts
• Beverage Management
Information on the certificates listed above can be found on the following file:
[Certificates, PDF file]


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FACULTY ADVISERS
If you are considering this program as an area of study, consult with a faculty adviser in this field. To send an e-mail, click on the name of the adviser you wish to reach:
Location Phone
David Kramer IC 1012B (630) 942-2868
George Macht, coordinator SRC 1488 (630) 942-2315

Tim Meyers IC 3127F (630) 942-3223
Chris Thielman IC 2113A (630) 942-2720

If you are unable to contact a faculty adviser, messages may be left with the Business and Technology Division, IC 2026, (630) 942-2592.



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School name:College of DuPageThe Foodservice Administration program
Address:425 Fawell Boulevard
Zip & city:IL 60137 Illinois
Phone:(630) 942 2800
Web:http://www.cod.edu/academic/acadprog/occ_voc/Food_Occ.htm#culinary
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