CABINETMAKING (CA12)

The Cabinetmaking program is a sequence of courses that prepares students for careers in cabinetmaking and related fields. Learning opportunities develop academic, technical, and professional knowledge and skills required for job acquisition, retention, and advancement. The program emphasizes a combination of cabinetmaking theory and practical application necessary for successful employment. Program graduates receive a diploma and have the qualification of cabinetmaker.


Diploma Program
Program Length 53 Credit Hours
Education Requirements High School graduate or GED recipient; Minimum Age: 16
Entrance Dates Every Semester
Offered Macon Campus

Cabinetmaking Diploma Curriculum
   

Credit Hours

General Education Core Courses
8
EMPL 1000 Interpersonal Relations and Professional Development 2
ENGL 1010 Fundamentals of English I 3
MATH 1012 Foundations of Mathematics 3
     
Occupational Courses
45
COFC 1011 Overview of Building Construction Practices and Materials 3
and    
COFC 1020 Professional Tool Use and Safety 3
OR    
COFC 1080 Construction Trades Core (4)
and    
XXXX xxxx Occupationally-Related Elective (2)
     
COFC 1050 Construction Print Reading Fundamentals 3
CABT 1080 Cabinet Design and Layout 3
CABT 1110 Wood Joints and Fastening Methods 5
CABT 1114 Cabinet Components 3
CABT 1116 Cabinet Assembly I 5
CABT 1117 Cabinet Assembly II 5
CABT 1118 Door, Drawer, and Hardware Installation 2
CABT 1120 Laminates and Veneers 2
CABT 1122 Cabinet Finishing and Installation 3
XXXX xxxx Occupationally-Related Elective 3
   
Choose a minimum of 5 hours from the following courses:  
CABT 1340 CNC Woodworking I 3
CABT 1350 CNC Woodworking II 3
CABT 1360 European 32mm Construction 3
CABT 1370 Shop Management 2
CABT 1380 Furniture Fabrication 2
CABT 2300 Cabinetmaking Internship/Practicum 5
     
 
Total Hours
53