Carpentry

The Carpentry programme prepares students with skills and knowledge for a career in carpentry.  Technical and general courses provide the students with theory and hands-on learning experiences.  General areas of study includes building coding, blueprint reading, estimating, site layout, concrete framing, interior and exterior finish, cabinet construction and installation and decks. 

Curriculum

Required Courses                                                                                                                                               Credits

SLS       3 Student Success 1
CAR      1100 Carpentry I 4
ENG      100 English 1
MAT     100 Math 1
CON      1100 Blueprint Reading 2
CAR      1101 Carpentry II 4
    Pre-requisite CAR 1100)              
CTD      1100 Trade Career Path Introduction 3
MAT     1100 Applied Math 3
ENG      1100 English I 3
CON     1101 Trade Estimating 3
    (Pre-requisite CON 1100)              
GCM     1100 Entrepreneurial Work Force Preparation 2
CAR      1299 Co-op Work Experience/Internship 4
    (Pre-requisite all above courses)    
Total Credit Hours Required for Completion                                       31