Construction Technology - Carpentry Technology, Certificate of Achievement (Level I)
NMC Code 061
Skilled carpenters must knowledgeably use specialized tools, read blueprints, frame structures, install doors, windows, cabinets, insulation, finish trim; and construct roofs, decks, and stairways. Being versatile opens a wide range of employment opportunities. The curriculum is designed by the industry and aligned with national competency standards. Students receive hands-on training in our state-of-the-art facilities. Information: (231) 995-2777.
|CAR 101||Introduction to Carpentry||3|
|CAR 103||Construction Blueprint Reading||3|
|CAR 105||Foundations and Framing||3|
|CAR 121||Exterior Construction||3|
|CAR 125||Interior Construction||3|
|CMT 107||Construction Supervision||4|
|MTH 111||Intermediate Algebra||3-4|
|or MTH 120||Mathematical Explorations|
or MTH 120
or Mathematical Explorations
|CAR 101||Introduction to Carpentry (Fall only)||3|
|CAR 103||Construction Blueprint Reading (Fall only)||3|
|CAR 105||Foundations and Framing (Fall only)||3|
|CAR 121||Exterior Construction (Spring only)||3|
|CAR 125||Interior Construction (Spring only)||3|
|CMT 107||Construction Supervision (Spring only)||4|
Note: Completion of CMT 107 Construction Supervision provides students the 60 hours required for Builders License testing.
The responsibility for determining the transferability of this degree and courses to another institution is the sole responsibility of the student.