Cabinetmaking, Diploma - CA12

The Cabinetmaking program is a sequence of courses that prepares students for careers in cabinetmaking and related fields. Learning opportunities develop academic, technical, and professional knowledge and skills required for job acquisition, retention, and advancement. The program emphasizes a combination of cabinetmaking theory and practical application necessary for successful employment. Program graduates receive a diploma and have the qualification of cabinetmaker.

Requirements

First Semester

SEMN 1000First Semester Seminar

0

COFC 1050Construction Print Reading Fundamentals

3

MATH 1012Foundations of Mathematics

3

or

MATH 1005Applied Technical Mathematics

3

Select one of the following fundamentals clusters

COFC 1011Overview of Building Construction Practices and Materials

3

and

COFC 1020Professional Tool Use & Safety

3

or

COFC 1080Construction Trades Core

4

and

XXXX xxxxOccupational Related Elective (2)

2

Second Semester

CABT 1080Cabinet Design and Layout

3

CABT 1114Cabinet Components

3

EMPL 1000Interpersonal Relat & Prof Dev

2

ENGL 1010Fundamentals of English I

3

or

ENGL 1005Applied Technical Communication

3

Third Semester

CABT 1110Wood Joints & Fastening Methods

5

CABT 1116Cabinet Assembly I

5

CABT 1118Door, Drawer & Hardware Installation

2

Fourth Semester

CABT 1117Cabinet Assembly II

5

CABT 1120Laminates and Veneers

2

CABT 1122Cabinet Finishing and Installation

3

XXXX xxxxOccupational Elective

3

"Required" Completion of 5 Semester Hours from the following courses

CABT 1360European 32mm Construction

3

CABT 1370Shop Management

2

CABT 1380Furniture Fabrication

2

CABT 2300Cabinetmaking Internship/Praticum

5

Total Credit Hours: 53