Business Administration - Concentration in Culinary Arts, BAS

The Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) in Business Administration with a concentration in Culinary Arts allows individuals holding an Associate of Applied Science degree to progress toward a baccalaureate degree by accepting a predetermined amount of career and technical credit. The B.A.S. graduate will be able to combine the applied skill set learned in his or her career / technical program and his or her accrued real world experience with additional skills learned at MUW to build pathways for further career advancement.



The curriculum consists of three elements — each one carefully crafted to produce the well-rounded graduate:

General Education Requirements (Core Curriculum) - 36 hours
Career / Technical Transfer (up to) - 43 hours
Concentration - 45 hours
Total Hours - 124 hours *

*Community college transfer students must earn at least 25 percent of their academic credits from The W.


Culinary Arts Concentration

  • CA 300 - Food Preparation I (with laboratory)
  • CA 301 - Food Preparation II (with laboratory)
  • CA 310 - Dining Room Services
  • CA 400 - Food Preparation III (with laboratory)
  • CA 401 - World Cuisines
  • FN 226 - Nutrition for Culinary Professionals
  • FN 302 - Menu/Recipe Development
  • ACC 211 - Principles of Accounting I
  • EC 201 - Principles of Economics I
  • MGT 381 - Principles of Management
  • MIS 160 - Spreadsheet Applications
  • MKT 361 - Principles of Marketing
  • PLG 241 - The Legal Environment of Business


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Culinary Arts Institute

Chef Alexei Harrison

Shattuck Hall
Phone: (662) 241-7472
1-877-462-8439 ext. 7472
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