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George Brown College Honors Bachelor of Commerce (Culinary Management)/Honors Bachelor of Commerce (Culinary Management) (Bridging)
George Brown College

Honors Bachelor of Commerce (Culinary Management)/Honors Bachelor of Commerce (Culinary Management) (Bridging)

Toronto, Canada

5 Semesters

English

Full time

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CAD 24,243 / per year

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Introduction

Our commitment to being one of Canada's best culinary schools inspired the launch of the only four-year Culinary Management bachelor's degree in Canada. Develop the knowledge and techniques necessary to succeed as a chef, culinary manager, or entrepreneur in our Culinary Management degree program. Through a blend of theoretical and practical education, students will gain the skills and knowledge to achieve a successful career in today’s culinary and food industry. We are anchored in the heart of the Canadian culinary industry with global reach and influence.

The Honors Bachelor of Commerce (Culinary Management) meets industry demand by preparing students with the depth and breadth of knowledge commensurate with an honors level, undergraduate commerce degree specializing in culinary management. Combining commerce, culinary, food studies, and externship experiences, this degree program prepares graduates for kitchen, operations management, food development, or entrepreneur positions. Through our culinary management courses, students will gain an understanding of eight key areas:

  • Culinary Proficiency
  • Culinary Theory
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Marketing and Communications
  • Human Resources and Risk Management
  • Specialized Business
  • Research
  • General Knowledge (Liberal Studies)

Bridging Option

The bridge pathway into the Honors Bachelor of Commerce (Culinary Management) program, is specifically designed for graduates of Culinary Management diploma programs. Graduates of these diploma programs may be eligible to enter the third year of the degree upon successful completion of six bridge courses.

Your Field Education Options

Take part in a unique and robust externship. George Brown works with employers and industry partners to identify potential work experience opportunities. Students are also strongly encouraged to pursue self-directed industry work experience opportunities they believe will provide the learning experiences they value and meet the program's learning outcomes. This valuable work experience can in turn be added to your resumé.

In addition to more formal on-the-job work experience, George Brown College strives to provide learning opportunities with real-world challenges and customers.

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