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Front Range Community College Catalog 2014-2015

Welcome to Front Range Community College

About FRCC

Becoming a Student

Admission

Registration

Financial Matters

Learning Options

Support Services for Students

Academic Matters

Student Responsibilities & Code of Conduct

Associate Degrees

Instructional Programs

Degrees and Certificates

Accounting - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Accounting - Certificate

Accounting - Enrolled Agent Certificate

Accounting - Intermediate Accounting Certificate

Accounting Transfer

Animal Laboratory Technology - Associate of Applied Science

Basic Laboratory Animal Care - Certificate

Laboratory Animal Care and Management - Certificate

Applied Technology - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Architectural Engineering and Construction Technology

Architectural Engineering and Construction Technology - Certificates

Architectural Drafting Certificate

Automotive Technology - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Automotive Technology - Certificates

Business - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Associate of Arts Degree with Business Designation

Business - Certificates

Computer-Aided Drafting and Design - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Computer-Aided Drafting and Design - Certificates

Computer Information Systems - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Computer Information Systems - Certificates

Dental Assisting - Certificate

Early Childhood Education - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Early Childhood Education - Certificates

Early Childhood Education for Transfer - Associate of Arts Degree

Electro-Mechanical and Energy Technology - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Electro-Mechanical and Energy Technology - Certificate

Elementary Education for Transfer - Associate of Arts Degree

Emergency Medical Services - Certificates

Engineering for Transfer - Associate of Science Degree

Associate of Science for Transfer in Engineering

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Natural Resources For Transfer

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources - Certificates

Geographic Information Systems - Certificates

Health Information Technology - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning - Certificates

Holistic Health - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Holistic Health - Certificates

Horticulture and Landscape Technologies - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Horticulture and Landscape Technologies - Certificates

Hospitality and Culinary Arts Management - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Hospitality and Culinary Arts Management - Certificates

Interior Design - Associate of Applied Science in Interior Design

Interior Design - Certificates

Interpreter Preparation - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Management

Marketing

Medical Office Technology - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Medical Office Technology - Certificates

Multimedia Technology - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Multimedia Technology - Certificates

Nursing

Nursing Advanced Placement-Bridge Program (LPN to ADN)

Nursing - Certificate

Paralegal Studies - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Paralegal Studies - Certificate

Pharmacy Technician - Certificate

Phlebotomy - Certificate

Precision Machining Technology - Certificates

Teacher Education

Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) - Certificates

Veterinary Technology - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Veterinary Technology - Veterinary Technician Assistant Certificate

Welding Technology - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Welding Technology - Certificates

Course Descriptions

State Guaranteed General Education Transfer Courses

Additional Specialized Courses

AAA - Advancement of Academic Achievement

ACC - Accounting

AEC - Architectural Engineering and Construction Technology

AIR - Air Force ROTC

ALT - Animal Lab Technology

ANT - Anthropology

AQT - Aquaculture

ARA - Arabic

ARM - Army ROTC

ART - Art

ASC - Animal Sciences

ASE - Auto Service Technology

ASL - American Sign Language

AST - Astronomy

AUT - Auto Motorsports Technology

BIO - Biology

BUS - Business

CAD - Computer-Aided Drafting

CCR - College Composition and Reading

CHE - Chemistry

CHI - Chinese

CIS - Computer Information Systems

CNG - Computer Networking

COM - Communication

CON - Construction Technology

CRJ - Criminal Justice

CSC - Computer Science

CUA - Culinary Arts

CWB - Computer Web-Based

DAN - Dance

DEA - Dental Assisting

DPM - Diesel Power Mechanics

ECE - Early Childhood Education

ECO - Economics

EDU - Education

EGG - Engineering

EGT - Engineering Graphics Technology

ELT - Electronics

EMS - Emergency Medical Services

ENG - English

ENP - Entrepreneurship

ENV - Environmental Sciences

ENY - Energy

ESL - English as a Second Language

ETH - Ethnic Studies

FIN - Finance

FLD - Floral Design

FRE - French

FSW - Fire Science Wildland

GEO - Geography

GER - German

GEY - Geology

GIS - Geographic Information Systems

HHP - Holistic Health Professional

HIS - History

HIT - Health Information Technology

HLT - Horticulture and Landscape Technologies

HOS - Hospitality/Culinary Arts Management

HPE - Human Performance & Exercise

HPR - Health Professional

HUM - Humanities

HVA - Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning

HWE - Health Wellness Education

IND - Interior Design

IPP - Interpreter Preparation

ITA - Italian

JOU - Journalism

JPN - Japanese

Legal Assistant

LIT - Literature

MAC - Machining Technology

MAN - Management

MAR - Marketing

MAT - Mathematics

MET - Meteorology

MGD - Multimedia Graphic Design

MOT - Medical Office Technology

MST - Massage Therapy

MTE - Manufacturing Technology

MUS - Music

NRE - Natural Resources

NUA - Nurse Aide

NUR - Nursing

OSH - Occupational Safety Technician

OUT - Outdoor Studies

PAR - Paralegal

PED - Physical Education

PHI - Philosophy

PHO - Photography

PHT - Pharmacy Technician

PHY - Physics

POS - Political Science

PPT - Powerplant Technology

PSY - Psychology

REA - Reading

REC - Recreation

RUS - Russian

SCI - Science

SOC - Sociology

SPA - Spanish

SPE - Speech

SVT - Sport Vehicle Technology

TEL - Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)

THE - Theatre Arts

VET - Veterinary Technology

WEL - Welding Technology

WST - Women's Studies

Course Changes

Faculty and Staff

Legal Notices

Index

Academic Catalog

Hospitality and Culinary Arts Management - Associate of Applied Science Degree

Code: F_AAS_HOSF_04
Campus: Larimer

This program offers a range of courses that provide training in the various aspects of the hospitality industry. The program is designed to prepare students with the necessary skills and knowledge for careers that include entry level management positions in the lodging, tourism, event planning, catering, and restaurant fields. Students have the option to participate in four culinary laboratory courses, as well as one internship. During these courses, students receive applied experiences in both the food service and operations of the hospitality industry. Students take a nationally recognized test from the Education Foundation of the National Restaurant Association, if passed with a score of 75% or more students receive the ServSafe® Certification. Students must earn a “C” or above in all required courses applied to the degree program. Assessment testing is required for all students.

Assessment testing is required for all students. Students who are reading at college-level and place into CCR 093 or above and MAT 050 or above may begin this program of study. Students scoring below this level should consult with a faculty member before registering for courses in this program of study.

Students must consult with HOS program director before registering for HOS 280 and HOS 288.

Required Courses

Credits

CUA 101 Food Safety and Sanitation

2

HOS 110 Introduction to Hospitality

3

HOS 120 Service Management

3

HOS 215 Training & Develop.

3

HOS 280 Internship

3

Total Required Credits

14

Required Business Support Courses

 

ACC 121 Accounting Principles I

4

BUS 115 Introduction to Business

3

CIS 118 Introduction to PC Applications

3

Total Required Business Support Credits

10

Required General Education Courses

Credits

ENG 121 English Composition I

3

MAT 107 Career Mathematics (or above)

3

Arts and Humanities or Social Science Elective*

3

General Studies Elective*

3

Natural or Physical Science Elective*

4

Total Required General Education Credits (see below*)

16

Total Required Credits for Area of Emphasis

 

Advanced Culinary Arts

22

Hotel Management

21

Restaurant Management

22

Special Events Planning

20

Total Required Credits for Area of Emphasis

20-22

Total Required Credits for AAS Degree

60-62

Note: * Electives must be selected from the Approved General Education Electives List for the AAS Degree.

Advanced Culinary Arts

Code: F_AAS_HO1_00
Campus: Larimer

Required Courses

Credits

CUA 125 Intro to Foods

4

CUA 129 Center of the Plate

4

CUA 145 Intro to Baking

4

CUA 210 Adv Cuisine & Garde Manger

4

CUA 261 Cost Controls

CUA 262 Purchasing for the Hospitality Industry

3

3

Total Required Credits

22

Hotel Management

Code: F_AAS_HO2_01
Campus: Larimer

Required Courses

Credits

HOS 141 Convention Mgmt

3

HOS 131 Planning for Special Events

3

HOS 242 Hotel Sales and Marketing

3

HOS 251 Hotel Operations

3

HOS 255 Hospitality HR Management

3

MAN 225 Managerial Finance
Cost Controls

3

3

Total Required Credits

21

Restaurant Management

Code: F_AAS_HO3_02
Campus: Larimer

Required Courses

Credits

CUA 120 Wine & Spirits

2

CUA 125 Intro to Foods

4

CUA 129 Center of the Plate

4

CUA 261 Cost Controls
CUA 262 Purchasing for the
Hospitality Industry

3
3

HOS 255 Hospitality HR Management

3

MAN 225 Managerial Finance

3

Total Required Credits

22

Special Events Planning

Code: F_AAS_HO4_03
Campus: Larimer

Required Courses

Credits

CUA 120 Wine & Spirits

2

HOS 131 Planning for Special Events

3

HOS 141 Convention Management

3

HOS 210 Event Finances

3

HOS 255 Hospitality HR Management

3

HOS 225 Managerial Finance
MAN 230 Corp Ethics & Social Responsibilities OR
MAR 111 Principles of Sales

3

3

Total Required Credits

20

GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT DISCLOSURE INFORMATION
The U.S. Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial-aid-eligible program that "prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." The information provided here is the best available to us but represents one year's data only. We hope that this information is helpful to our current students and to prospective students as they make their career and educational choices. For more Gainful Employment information, please go to the FRCC website: www.frontrange.edu/GainfulEmployment.

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