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Construction and Cabinetmaking

32-410-2 Technical Diploma (two-year)
Campus: Rice Lake
Financial Aid Eligible

Construction. Design. Craftsmanship.

The Construction and Cabinetmaking program will provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary for job success in the construction industry. Students will learn the fundamentals of building design, energy efficiency concepts, construction, layout operation, related mathematics, print reading, estimating, cabinet design, and materials of industry. Students will use the hand and power tools that are commonly used in construction and fabrication to assemble wood products and to build a house.

Special Feature

This is a unique two-year program in the state that combines cabinetry and residential construction. Second-year students build a custom home as a capstone project.

Career Pathway Options

Career Pathways connect progressive levels of coursework to allow students to build upon their education. Each step in the pathway connects with employment options and provides the opportunity for advancement to higher levels. The Construction and Cabinetmaking program includes the following pathway option:

Admission Requirements

Students in this program must:

Program Outcomes

Employers will expect Construction and Cabinetmaking graduates to be able to:

Program Costs

The estimated total program cost for the two-year Construction and Cabinetmaking program is $10,637 (does not include books, tools, supplies, or uniforms). This program is eligible for financial aid. View more information on program and costs.