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im kinda confused here. The chefs degree in the states is not a bachelors?. I always thought that all degrees started at bachelor level.

By comparison, in Au an associate generally would be a diploma course. To become proficient in commercial cookery a 4yr apprenticeship (OJT) combined with a 2.75yr certificate course.

Further study options and pathways are available i.e.Certificate IV commercial cookery - Diploma Hospitality Management - Advanced diploma of hospitality management - BBA, BApp Sc, B Hosp Management, etc.

To briefly describe the Aussie system:

THE AUSTRALIAN QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK

Higher Education Sector
Doctoral Degree
Master's Degree
Graduate Diploma
Graduate Certificate
Bachelor Degree
Advanced Diploma
Diploma


Vocational Education and Training Sector
Advanced Diploma
Diploma
Certificate IV
Certificate III
Certificate II
Certificate I


Schools Sector
Senior Secondary Certificate of Education
 
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