Construction Technology - Carpentry Certificate Requirements

Certificate of Achievement (Level I) – NMC Code 061

Skilled carpenters must knowledgeably use specialized tools; read blueprints; frame structures; install doors, windows, cabinets, insulation and finish trim; and construct roofs, decks and stairways.

Being versatile opens a wide range of employment opportunities. The Carpentry Technology curriculum is designed by the industry and aligned with national competency standards. Students receive hands-on training in our state-of-the-art science lab. For more information, call: (231) 995-2777.

Effective: Fall 2016

Certificate Requirements Credits: 19

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


Certificate of Achievement (Level II) NMC Code 068

After completing the Carpentry Technology level I certicate students may elect to obtain a level II certificate. Skilled carpenters must knowledgeably use specialized tools; read blueprints; frame structures; install doors, windows, cabinets, insulation, and 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. For more Information, call: (231) 995-2777.

Effective: Fall 2016

Level I Certificate Requirements Credits: 19

Level II Certificate Requirements Credits: 22

CAR 102 Introduction to Woodworking

3

CAR 104 Woodworking Applications I

3

CIT 100 Computers in Business-An Intro

3

CMT 207 Construction Cost Estimating

3

EGY 105 Sustainable Building Design

3

EGY 115 Residential Energy Efficiency

3

MTH 111 Intermediate Algebra

4


Total Level II Certificate Requirements Credits: 41

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