Carpenters are involved in most types of construction activities for residential, commercial and farm buildings of various styles. Most carpenters will specialize in trade areas like finish work, rough framing, or concrete forming. Carpentry students build two houses each year. During the first year, students spend the majority of time in the school shop. Second year students work predominantly outside at the construction site.
Course Outline
Required Courses
(24 Courses)
Course Title Credits
CF 1690 Interior Finish
CF 1691 Carpentry Tools and Construction Safety
CF 1694 Framing I
CF 1695 Architectural Drafting
CF 1697 Blueprint Reading and Estimating
CF 1698 Exterior Finish
CF 1699 Stair Building
CF 1700 Roof Framing
CF 1701 Cabinet Construction
CF 1704 Remodeling
CF 2704 Roof and Soffit Finish
CF 2706 Foundation Form Construction
CF 2707 Advanced Roof Framing
CF 2708 Concrete Floors and Flatwork
CF 2709 Building Energy Code
CF 2710 Advanced Finish
CF 2715 Commercial Blueprint Reading
CF 2716 Estimating
CF 2717 Advanced Floor and Wall Framing
CF 2718 Advanced Roof Framing
GSIS 1502 Human Relations
GSMS 1202 Applied Mathematics
GSWS 1401 Employment Preparation
GSWS 1412 Small Business Operation
Total Credits: 68  
Total Diploma Credits: 68