CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY /
CABINET AND FINE WOODWORKING
Associate in Science Degree and Certificates of Achievement
By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire proficiency in basic residential construction techniques and in analyzing, evaluating, and providing solutions for a variety of job site situations. Students will be able to interpret blue-prints, estimate materials, lay out, and construct a basic residential structure in accordance with Uniform Building Code requirements. Competencies are assessed regularly by student performance in the construction technology laboratory. The program provides career opportunities in various aspects of construction, including carpentry, cabinetmaking, furniture making, a variety of sub-crafts, and contracting. Completion of the degree or certificate requirements qualifies students to receive a maximum of two years credit applicable toward the California State Contractor's License Board experience requirement.
Estimated Average Earnings: $13.55 - $23.85 per hour
Estimated income from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook 2008-2009, http://stats.bls.gov/oco
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