The degree prepares graduates in traditional and modern production practices associated with the furniture manufacturing, store fixture, and architectural wood working industries.
The AAS in Wood Technology major may choose between either a specialization in Wood Product Manufacturing or Residential Construction. The degree provides graduates with technical information and skills for working in these industries.
MATH 113 or approved substitute
CIS 130 or demonstrated computer proficiency
Total hours for Associate of Applied Science Degree with a Major in Wood Technology (66-67 hours)