Carpentry Diploma (33 Credits)

Career Opportunities

The Carpentry Program is designed to equip students to enter the trade as the equivalent to advanced apprentices. Graduates may find employment in the areas of residential, light and heavy commercial, highway and heavy bridgework, cabinetry and millwork.

Suggested Technical Studies Semester I
CARP1507 Construction Tools, Equipment and Machines 2 Credits
CARP1521 Construction Principles 4 Credits
CARP1540 Blueprint Reading 2 Credits
CARP1555 Residential Construction Lab 3 Credits
CNST1502 Building Materials and Methods 3 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester II
CARP1524 Rafters and Stairs 4 Credits
CARP1538 Cabinet Building and Estimating 4 Credits
CARP1545 Interior Finish 3 Credits
CARP1550 Exterior Finish 2 Credits
CNST1506 Estimating for the Construction Trades I 3 Credits
General Education
DVRS1310 Human Relations for the Diverse Workplace 3 Credits
Estimated cost for books and supplies: $1156

PLEASE NOTE: All program plans are preliminary and curriculum may change without notice.