Cabinetmaking Requirements

Cabinetmaking Certificate

Curriculum Code 0923

First Semester

Course No. 

Course                                   

Cr. Hrs.

WDWK 110

Basic Woodworking

 3 

WDWK 120

Basic Woodworking Laboratory

4

WDWK 130

Cabinet Design and Joinery

3

 MATH ___

Mathematics* (by placement)

3

 ____ ___

Technical Elective

3

 

Total

16

Second Semester

Course No.

Course                                  

Cr. Hrs.

WDWK 210

Cabinet Construction Theory 

3

WDWK 220

Cabinet Construction Laboratory

4

WDWK 230

Residential Millwork

3

 ARCH 110

Computer-Aided Residential 
Drawing

3

 ____ ___

Technical Elective             

3

 

Total

16

Certificate Requirement: 32 credit hours

Notes

*MATH 102 Mathematics for Applied Technology is the minimum exit-level requirement for this program.

Admissions Requirements

High school graduate with a minimum of a 73% overall average or a minimum 2500 GED test score.  A 70% or higher on the Math A/Algebra regents exam is recommended.

 

In addition to academic requirements, all applicants must also be able to meet the minimum Technical Standards for the program with or without reasonable accomodation.

 

Program Objectives

A graduate of the Cabinetmaking certificate program should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation and maintenance of major power tools used in cabinetmaking.
  2. Build a series of woodworking projects which demonstrate an increasing level of skill and familiarity with the basic woodworking hand and power tools.
  3. Discuss and demonstrate familiarity with the fundamentals of furniture design and joinery techniques.
  4. Understand and apply knowledge concerning cabinet design, joinery, abrasives, adhesives, coloring, and finishing as it applies to cabinetmaking.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of advanced finish carpentry techniques such as complicated interior trim work and advanced stair construction as well as other aspects of residential millwork.
  6. Understand and apply the fundamental techniques, skills, and computer usage necessary in the construction industry including word processing, spreadsheets, and CAD.

 

Program Information
Overview
Requirements

Curriculum
SUNY Curriculum Code: 0923

Contact Information
P 607-746-4070
F 607-746-4224
E technlgs@delhi.edu

Last Updated: 11/17/10