1 year (2 terms)
The Carpentry program prepares students to enter the skilled building trades. Students are given a hands-on intensive introduction to the skills used by carpenters. The classroom experience combines lecture and lab activities that cover all aspects of a carpenter’s job.
This program requires OSHA-10 Construction and Adult First Aid with CPR.
This diploma is eligible for state and federal financial aid.
- residential carpenter
- commercial carpenter
- gateway to apprenticeship program
|CON-311||Building Construction Systems I||3|
|CON-101||Architectural Plans and Specs||3|
|Carpentry Fundamentals I
or Construction Lab
|CON-212||Carpentry Fundamentals II||3|
|CON-134||Building Foundations and Site Layout||2|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Industrial Math II|
Applied Math Course
|CON-142||Carpentry Fundamentals III||3|
|CON-143||Carpentry Fundamentals IV||3|
|CON-126||Building Construction Systems II||3|
|CON-322||Estimating for Construction and Architecture||3|
Students in the Carpentry program are required to have a tool set for lab activities. Instructors provide students with a list of minimum requirements. Estimated cost of these tools is $250.
Carpentry students are required to complete hands-on coursework at a job site out of town certain days of the week. Please see the instructor for more information.