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Residential Carpentry Diploma

The program coursework will provide the student with a mix of technical and general education, theory and hands-on learning experiences. The student progresses from basic skills to those required of a carpenter’s apprentice. General areas of study include building codes, blueprint reading, estimating, site building-science layout, concrete, framing, and interior & exterior finish. The Residential Carpentry diploma program provides graduates with skills required of a carpenter in a variety of building construction settings common in rural, metro or reservation settings.

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33 Credits

General Education Courses (8 Credits):

Course Code Course Title Credits Pre-Req
EDU 100 Critical Thinking & problem Solving 1  
EDU 140 Profesional Skills 3  
MATH 100 Technical Math *College Algebra or higher is a Union Requirement 4  

Residential Carpentry Courses Required Courses (25 Credits):

Course Code Course Title Credits Pre-Req
CARP 112 Welding I 2  
CARP 114 Framing Sustainable Design 5  
CARP 116 Foundations & Footing Design 3  
CARP 120 Interior & Exterior Finishes 4  
BLTD 100 Construction Codes 1  
BLTD 110 Blueprint Reading & Const. Estimating 2  
BLTD 114 Construction Safety 2  
ENER 150 Intro to Renewable Energy 3  
    ITECH 100 or      Intro to Computers or 3  
    ANI 100     Intro to Anishinaabeg Studies 3  

Semester Plans

 Fall Semester      Credits      Spring Semester  Credits    
 CARP  112  2  CARP  120 4
 CARP  114  5  BLTD  100 1
 CARP  116  3  BLTD  110 2
 BLTD  114  2  ENER  150 3
 MATH 100  4  ITECH 100 or ANI 100    3
 EDU    100  1  EDU     140 3
 Total credits  17   16

Non-Course Requirement:

Course Code Course Title Credits Pre-Req
  CPR & First Aid    

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