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Carpentry Pathway

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Carpentry Pathway

The Carpentry Pathway explores the occupations and educational opportunities related to constructing, installing, or repairing structures and fixtures made of wood, such as concrete forms (including frameworks, partitions, joists, studding, rafters, and stairways). This Pathway may also include exploration into installing, dismantling, or moving machinery and heavy equipment according to layout plans, blueprints, or other drawings.

What You Can Learn:

  • Hand and power tools

  • Construction management

  • Building codes

  • Framing

What You Can Gain:

  • Career Connections Core Certification

  • Career Connections Skill Level 1, 2, 3

What You Can Become:
(with additional education and training)

  • Carpenter

  • Cost Estimator

  • Builder

  • Construction Manager

What You Can Take: 

  • Principles of Architecture*

  • Principles of Construction*

  • Construction Technology I

  • Construction Technology II

  • Practicum in Construction Technology

*denotes courses that begin at home campus

View the Carpentry Program of Study Guide (PDF opens in a new window).

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