Course Spotlight: Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship with a Minor in Culinary Arts

28 Jun Course Spotlight: Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship with a Minor in Culinary Arts

When it comes to restaurant owner profiles, there are usually two categories. The chef/food enthusiast and the businessman–but have you ever considered being both? With the vast array of college courses available, choosing the best one to match your career goals and dreams may be a challenge. Luckily, there is a course that ties both business management and culinary arts to jet-set you into reaching your dream of becoming a restaurateur. Here’s a sneak peek into the Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship with a Minor in Culinary Arts.

Management to Run Your Business

It’s not your typical business management course, but rather a Bachelor of Science program in Entrepreneurship. This program is designed for those who want to start their own business or elevate their current one, be it a small start-up or a family enterprise. From accounting to business communication, marketing, various entrepreneurship, math and management classes, this course equips you to adopt a global business approach in running your future enterprise. Don’t forget the entrepreneurship faculty! Many of them are still active in the business field either managing corporations in senior positions or running their own companies – you won’t just learn the theories from them, but you will get to hear real life cases and stories from their own experiences.

Culinary for Kitchen Finesse

Do you know the difference between a brunoise and a paysanne? (Hint: they are part of the list of basic knife cuts). Having a minor in Enderun’s Culinary Arts Course will enable you to organise and run your restaurant more efficiently and effortlessly. This course will help you either face your kitchen nightmares or enrich your culinary knowledge with classical and contemporary methods and cuisine. Not only does being in the kitchen increase your food knowledge and food handling expertise, studies show that working in the kitchen helps develop soft skills such as time-management, camaraderie, problem-solving, accountability and self-confidence. The development of these skills, will enable you to further thrive in your future business venture.

Hitting Two Birds with One Stone

It’s a two-in-one thing. With a college degree in Entrepreneurship with a Minor in Culinary Arts, you will attain a competitive advantage over the already competitive restaurant industry. By learning the ins and outs of a business with the addition of kitchen management, recipe curation and costing, the knowledge and experience that you will gain in this course will empower you to level up in the restaurant arena. With a lot of hard work, drive and perseverance, you may just be the owner of the next hit restaurant!