Craft Brewing & Distilling - AAS-T

Associate in Applied Science -- T

Credits: 104-108  |   Length of Program: 6 quarters

Subject: Craft Brewing & Distilling


Craft Brewing and Distilling - Associate in Applied Science Transfer Degree

The Craft Brewing and Distilling program prepares students to enter industry with a solid understanding of the science, technology, business, and creative elements that are essential for successful employment in the craft beverage industry. Students will learn about the production process, including the sourcing of raw materials, essential safety and maintenance skills, and the fundamentals of flavor and product analysis. Additionally, students will learn valuable skills related to the business and legal components of the craft beverage industry.

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Career Opportunities

See Food, Beverage Arts & Hospitality > Craft Brewing & Distilling for career and employment information.

Admission Requirements
  • Applicants must be age 21 or over prior to the start of the program.

 

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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
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General Education Requirements

MATH&107 Math in Society 5 Credits Search Schedule
Explores a variety of mathematical topics presenting mathematics as a form of art and as a tool for understanding the world around us. Designed for non-science majors. Specific topics may be drawn from geometry, number theory, set theory, and the history of mathematics. Prerequisite: MATH 095 with a "C" or better or appropriate placement.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, NATURAL SCIENCE, QUANTITATIVE, AA-AAS-T-QUANTITATIVE, AA-AAS-T-NATURAL SCIENCE
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MATH&146 Introduction to Statistics 5 Credits Search Schedule
Covers basic probability, descriptive statistics, and inferential statistics. Prerequisite: MATH 096 with a "C" or better or appropriate placement.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, NATURAL SCIENCE, QUANTITATIVE, AA-AAS-T-QUANTITATIVE, AA-AAS-T-NATURAL SCIENCE
HIST260 History of Fermentation: Diversity 5 Credits Search Schedule
Examines the sociological and cultural roles of fermented foods and beverages throughout history. Includes a review of anthropological, historical, religious, and cultural elements associated with the process of fermentation. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA-AAS-T-SOCIAL SCIENCE, DIVERSITY
ENGL&101 English Composition I 5 Credits Search Schedule
Develops writing skills by focusing on strategies and techniques writers use to convey ideas, evaluate information, make a point, and participate in multiple discourse communities. Emphasizes both the process and the product of writing. This course was formerly known as WRIT 101, College Writing I. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement test scores OR appropriate completion of ENGL 095, ENGL 095X, or ENGL 098 OR concurrent enrollment in ENGL 110 with instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AAS, AS, DTA, COMMUNICATION, GER-CIS, AA-AAS-T-COMMUNICATION, AAS-COMMUNICATION: Reading/Writing, AAS-READING-WRITING
CMST&102 Introduction to Mass Media 5 Credits Search Schedule
Covers the structure and function of media and media industries, including theories related to mass media. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 098 or ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

 

Diversity Requirement 
Diversity-designated courses at South Puget Sound Community College provide opportunities for students to develop awareness of their own social and cultural identities, seek understanding of others, and cultivate skills to communicate across cultures and differences. All programs require the completion of a diversity course.

Effective Catalog Year 2020-2021

Additional Information

Program and Curriculum Questions: Frank Addeo, faddeo@spscc.edu

Revision Date: 
May 1, 2020