Residential Carpentry Diploma

The Residential Carpentry 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 program provides graduates with skills required of a carpenter in a variety of building construction settings common in rural, metro or reservation settings.  Or you may choose to further your education towards a two-year Integrated Residential Builder A.A.S. (60 credits). All of the courses in the one year Residential Carpentry program (30 credits)  are required for the two year Integrated Residential Builder A.A.S. degree program.

Suggested Study Plans – Residential Carpentry
Residential Carpentry Program

30 Credits
Residential Carpentry Diploma Program of Study

General Education Courses: 7 credits Class Cr. Pre-Req Term
EDU 140 Professional Skills Development 3 FA/SP
MATH 100 Technical Math 4 FA
LE Program Requirements- 23 credits Class Cr. Pre-Req Term
BLTD 100 Construction Codes 1 SP
BLTD 110 Blueprint Plans & Specs 2 Sp
BLTD 114 Construction Safety 2 FA
CARP 112 Welding I 2 FA
CARP 114 Framing Sustainable Design 5 FA
CARP 116 Foundation & Footing Design 3 FA
CARP 120 Interior & Exterior Finishes 5 SP
CARP 206 Framing Sustainable Design II 3 SP
Non-Course Requirement * CPR & First Aid □ Met □ Not Met
Total= 33 Credits

Please note that some of the pre-req’s may be completed based on competency.

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