Course Descriptions - Mobile Food Service


MFS101 Mobile Food Service I (2-2-3)

This course will offer the basic information needed to run a mobile food service operation and will discuss food trucks, food carts, and food trailers for various vending opportunities. It will demonstrate and execute the use of a mobile foodservice operation with the production of salads, sandwiches, soups, and variety of cooking techniques. The course stresses sanitary practices and compliance with laws and ordinances of the Department of Health.

MFS102 Mobile Food Service II (2-8-6)

This course discusses menu development, equipment maintenance and troubleshooting, truck maintenance, human resources, and codes for local and state regulations. Practical experience in mobile food service operation is provided. Students operate the food truck at offsite venues. The course stresses sanitary practices and compliance with laws and ordinances of the Department of Health.

PR: MFS 101

MFS103 Mobile Food Service III (2-8-6)

This course offers the opportunity for students to gain additional experience in operating a mobile food service operation. Students are responsible for menu development and costing, equipment maintenance and troubleshooting, and adherence to local and state regulations. Students apply what they have learned while they execute, staff, and manage a food service concept they have designed. The course stresses sanitary practices and emphasizes compliance with laws and ordinances of the Department of Health.

PR: MFS 102


Last Updated: 08/21/19 08:31pm ET