Associate Degrees: Students who wish to pursue a two-year degree may continue with academic classes to complete an Associate of Applied Science Degree in all of our Culinary Arts certificate programs. This course of study requires a total of 64 credit hours. Academic credits from other NCA accredited institutions may also be transferred to SCC to complete this degree.
Articulation: Articulation agreements allow transfer of our A.A.S. degrees into the N.A.U. Hospitality Program where students may take their junior and senior year courses on the S.C.C. campus while enrolled at N.A.U. Our A.A.S. is also transferable to any of the five Johnson & Wales campuses into their hospitality, culinary arts, restaurant management, and bakery or nutrition bachelor’s degree programs and to the ASU bachelor’s degree program in Food and Nutrition. Certification of our block program AAS by the American Culinary Federation of A.A.S. program affords our graduates multiple opportunities for professional ACF certification and benefits that are recognized nationwide.