CUL 110: Sanitation and Hygiene
This course communicates the importance of sanitation to the hospitality worker: layman's bacteriology, communicable diseases, food poisoning, pest control, cleaning and sanitizing, and personal hygiene. Students who complete this course and pass the exams receive National and State Sanitation Certification. CUL 110 is a requirement in all of the culinary programs and should be taken the first semester a student begins any culinary program.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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