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Food Service Management- Institutional
​​Although practical experience is an integral part of finding a position in food service management. applicants with a degree in institutional food service management will have an edge when competing for jobs. Orange Coast College's Food Service Management - Institutional certificate prepares students for supervisory food service careers in hospitals, correctional facilities, long-term and acute healthcare facilities and many other settings. 

This program is fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation/Approval for Dietetics Education of the American Dietetics Association. 


Certificates of Achievement 


Dietetic Service Supervisor 

This program prepares students for employment as entry-​­level food service supervisors in acute and long-term healthcare facilities. Some examples of job duties include auditing patient menus, visiting patients to discuss dietary problems, and coordinating work of food production personal with other departments. 

Dietetic Service Manager 

 This program prepares students for entry-level employment as food service supervisors, with the potential to advance to management positions in acute and long-term healthcare facilities. Responsibilities include menu planning, food purchasing, food production, financial management, employee recruitment, training and supervision, and nutritional assessment. Graduates of this program join the Dietetic Managers Association and take the national certification exam.  

Associate of Science Degree 


Dietetic Technician - Management Health Care 

This program prepares students for careers as dietetic technicians who communicate and work effectively with an interdisciplinary workforce and clientele in the community. Completion of this program. in conjunction with the Dietetic Service Supervisor and Dietetic Service manager certificates and the associate degree program at OCC qualify students to sit for the Dietetic Technician Registration exam and become a member of the American Dietetic Association.

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​Additional Information

For complete requirements and course information please see our catalog​.​​​​

Use the link below to view gainful employment reports with important information regarding the costs, benefits and potential employment options of OCC certificate programs.

​Federal Gainful Employment Reports:


Find career outlook and salary information at www.bls.gov ​


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Contact Info​

Beth Blake 
Consumer & Health Sciences Journalism 106A

(714) 432-5835 ext. 5​​ 

eblake@occ.cccd.edu