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Cabinetmaking

CERTIFICATE

Get started in cabinetmaking and furniture construction.  Courses cover tools, safety, cabinetmaking fundamentals, finishing techniques, and furniture design and construction.

Program/Major Codes: CRTCMK/CMK

What can I do with this certificate?

Career options:  Apply for positions as a cabinetmaker, furniture builder or start your own business.

Academic options:  Continue your studies by pursuing the Building and Construction Technologies AAS degree program with a concentration in cabinetmaking.

More Information:  Review program costs, student debt, on-time graduation and more [view PDF]

Program Requirements

Department faculty approval is recommended when selecting electives.

Required Core Courses

Course # Course Title Credits
BCT 100 Professionalism in Service for
Building and Construction Technologies
1
BCT 111 Basic Safety for the Building Trades 1
BCT 112 Construction Mathematics, Communication, and Employability 1
BCT 113 Hand and Power Tools 1
BCT 114 Blueprint Reading 1
BCT 115 Basic Rigging 1
BCT 146 Woodworking I 3
BCT 147 Woodworking II 3
BCT 148 Cabinetmaking I 3
BCT 149 Cabinetmaking II 3
BCT 153 Finishing Techniques in Cabinet and Furniture Making 3
BCT 159 Furniture Design and Construction 3
Subtotal 24

Required Support Courses

Course # Course Title Credits
CAD 101 Computer Aided Drafting I 4
Subtotal 4
Total 28