Craft Brewing and Distilling - Associate in Applied Science Transfer Degree

Food, Beverage Arts & Hospitality Pathway

95-99 Credits   |   8 Quarters

Pathway at a Glance

You value creativity, hospitality, and good service. Run a kitchen, manage a resort, prepare high-quality meals for a diverse set of patrons, or create microbrews in the Pacific Northwest's booming craft brew and distilling industry. Whatever your goal, it starts in our Food, Beverage Arts, and Hospitality Pathway.




Courses by Quarter
Entry Requirements
Applicants must be age 21 or over prior to the start of the program.
Quarter Plan: 
Program Student Learning Outcomes

At the completion of the Craft Brewing and Distilling Program, the successful student will be able to:

  • Recognize and adapt interpersonal behaviors, written communication, and oral communication styles to effectively collaborate in a multicultural world
  • Work within and adhere to a complex regulatory environment related to the brewing, distilling, and cider making industry
  • Demonstrate creativity and innovation in business practices related to brewing, distilling, and cider making
  • Examine and implement ethical environmentally responsible business practices related to product sourcing and production 
  • Create and market craft beverages that appeal to a diverse multicultural audience
Helpful Notes

Program and Curriculum Questions: Frank Addeo,


Revision Date: 
Wednesday, May 11, 2022