What is Catering & Event Planning?
Catering and Event Planning is a group of courses (30-36 credits) allowing focused learning development in Catering and Event Planning as a concentration; which is housed in within the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies.
Why Catering & Event Planning?
This option provides training in all aspects of catering and event planning (food preparation, floral design, communication, etc.) to prepare students for work in this industry. If paired with FCS Entrepreneurship concentration, students will be prepared to have their own catering and event planning business.
Catering & Event Planning Courses
- COMM125 - Visual Fundamentals (3)
- FCS110 - Food Safety and Sanitation (1)
- FCS240 - Food Preparation (2)
- FCS364 - Science of Meal Management (3)
- HORT335 - Flower Arranging (3)
- FCS351 - Food Service Management (3)
- COMM339 - Events Management (3)
- FCS160 - Home and Family Resource Management (3)
- FCS340 - Money Management (3)
- FCS370 - Quantity Food Production and Services (3)
- FAML445 - Family Practicum (4)
- DCM221 - Visualization and Communication (3)
- DCM225 - Methods and Mindsets (3)
- FCS280 - History of Architecture & Interiors (3)
- HORT325 - Interiorscaping (2)
- HORT338R - Wedding and Event Planning (3)
- NUTR150 - Essentials of Human Nutrition (3)
View BYU-Idaho Course Catalog for more Catering & Event Planning classes.