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“The Wood Technology Center is the nation’s best kept secret.” —Chase Ullrich

Cabinetmaking and Architectural Woodworking Program Curriculum

1'st QuarterCr
WCO 110 INTRODUCTION TO PROFESSIONAL WOODWORKING 18
Intro to wood construction skills and safety, including safe operation of basic hand and power tools, wood construction terminology and materials.
WCO 120 CONSTRUCTION & MARINE INDUSTRIAL FIRST AID 1
11-hour course to certify students in First Aid and CPR as required by Washington State Department of Labor and Industries WAC 296-24.
2'nd QuarterCr
WCO 150 CABINETMAKING & FINE WOODWORKING 18
Covers cabinetmaking and millworking, including technical instruction and shop experience. Includes precision work and production of fine furnishings.
3'rd QuarterCr
WCO 150 CABINETMAKING & FINE WOODWORKING 18
Covers cabinetmaking and millworking, including technical instruction and shop experience. Includes precision work and production of fine furnishings.
4'th QuarterCr
WCO 150 CABINETMAKING & FINE WOODWORKING 18
Covers cabinetmaking and millworking, including technical instruction and shop experience. Includes precision work and production of fine furnishings.
5'th QuarterCr
WCO 150 CABINETMAKING & FINE WOODWORKING 18
Covers cabinetmaking and millworking, including technical instruction and shop experience. Includes precision work and production of fine furnishings.
Additional CoursesCr
ENGL 105 * APPLIED COMPOSTION 3
Covers skills and strategies needed to meet writing demands in college and on the job.
MATH 110 * APPLIED MATH FOR TECHNICIANS 3
Emphasis on applications of mathematics to vocational and technical courses.
MIC 103 * COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR BUILDERS 3
Intro to basic personal computer hardware and software concepts as they apply to business transactions and the building trades.
PSYC 240 * PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN RELATIONS 3
Covers dynamics of organizations and human resources in the workplace: motivational theory, leadership, group processes, organizational theory, participatory management, conflict management and counseling. Primarily for professional-technical students.
Total Credits = 103

* The following courses must be completed for a student to graduate with a certificate of completion: