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Certificate Programs

One-Year Programs

The Hotel/Restaurant/Hospitality Programs provide the knowledge and skills needed in the rapidly expanding hospitality field.Our students will understand the regulations and standards which govern the hospitality industry and culinary arts, and will be proficient in food preparation, purchasing and all phases in the hospitality industry.

Students may choose from a variety of degree and certificate programs which include Catering and Banquet Management, the Generalist Degree Program, Culinary Entrepreneurship, Culinary Science, Culinary Arts, Professional Cooking, and Professional Baking.

  • Cert.Culn.Arts – Certificate In Culinary Arts
  • Cert.Culn.Sci – Certificate In Culinary Science

Certificates of Achievement

One or Two Semesters

The Hotel/Restaurant/Hospitality Programs provide the knowledge and skills needed in the rapidly expanding hospitality field.Our students will understand the regulations and standards which govern the hospitality industry and culinary arts, and will be proficient in food preparation, purchasing and all phases in the hospitality industry.

Students may choose from a variety of degree and certificate programs which include Catering and Banquet Management, the Generalist Degree Program, Culinary Entrepreneurship, Culinary Science, Culinary Arts, Professional Cooking, and Professional Baking.

  • COA.Baking – Certificate of Achievement In Baking
  • COA.Cater – Certificate Of Achievement In Catering
  • COA.Prof.Cook – Certificate Of Achievement In Professional Cooking

Continuing Education Classes

Certificate Program in Professional Cooking

Learn to cook like a professional! Participate in this exciting culinary program offered through the Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Hospitality. Students may now register for these courses through the Division of Continuing Education, status - noncredit. Upon successful completion of the three course series, students will receive a certificate of completion from Bergen Community College’s Division of Continuing Education.

If you decide after you complete these courses that you would like to obtain BCC College credit for one or more of the courses, please contact the Director of Culinary Programs located in E184, or at 201-447-7860, or e-mail to culinary artsfor further information.

  • HRM-103 – Professional Food Preparation Techniques
  • HRM-110 – Introduction To Baking
  • HRM-212 – International Cuisine