Committed to handcrafted food, brews, and education.
Morrisville’s programs are unlike any other: We take a unique, applied learning approach to equip students with the necessary skills and experience to be successful. Open to the public year-round, the Copper Turret embodies this style of learning. The restaurant contains a state-of-the-art laboratory kitchen and classroom where students in several areas of study are immersed into restaurant operations. Students create menu items, perfect recipes, do cost analysis, design plates and define marketing efforts. This hand-on learning approach has proven successful, turning out graduates who are truly work-ready with an in-depth knowledge of restaurant operations. Employers consistently request our graduates, as they have the experience to adapt to many types of operations due to the well-rounded background they receive while at Morrisville.
If you are at all interested in furthering your education in hospitality-related fields, review a few of our programs listed below, and reach out to Morrisville’s Admissions Office for more information.
Whether you are a first-year student or continuing your studies after earning a related associate degree, the program will provide you with an understanding of all aspects of an industry that works hard to provide people with the best travel and vacation experiences.
You’ll learn service essentials such as customer service, customer satisfaction assessment, training implementation and technology applications, while focusing on the business side of operations through courses including business law, statistics, management and marketing.
The Culinary Arts Management program leads to an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree and provides students with a culinary education that has depth and breadth as well as crucial work experience. The Culinary Arts Management program is designed to expose students to a broad range of career options to which they can add specificity through their work experience during and after completing the curriculum.