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Arizona Programs of Study

Description

The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Apprenticeship Carpentry will prepare the student with the trade skills related to a career in carpentry.  Completion of this degree involves completion of all Carpenter Union-related qualification requirements of "step" trade work experience as well as all union-related classroom training required to achieve "Journeyman" status. This degree is only available to International Brotherhood of Carpenters Union members.

 

General Education Requirements (28 credits)

*All AGEC coursework must be selected from the approved AGEC list.
Course Course Title Hours
Composition (6 credits)    
ENG 101 College Composition I 3
ENG 102 Collge Composition II 3
Mathematics (3 credits)    
MAT 121 or MAT 122 or higher. Intermediate Algebra (4) or Mathematics (3). 3
Arts/Humanities (6 credits)    
Two courses.   6
Social/Behavioral Sciences (6 credits)    
Two courses.   6
Physical/Biological Sciences (4 credits)    
One course.   4
Options (3 credits)     
CIS 120 Introduction to Computers 3

Degree Core Requirements (37 credits)

Course Course Title Hours
CRP 105 Interior Finish I 2
CRP 106 Interior Finish II 2
CRP 110 Introduction to Carpentry I 2
CRP 111 Introduction to Carpentry II 2
CRP 112 Technical Calculations for Carpenters I 2
CRP 113 Technical Calculations for Carpenters II 2
CRP 114 Blueprint Reading I 2
CRP 115 Blueprint Reading II 2
CRP 116 Concrete Formwork I 2
CRP 117 Concrete Formwork II 2
CRP 210 Basic Framing I 2
CRP 211 Basic Framing II 2
CRP 212 Carpentry Industry Technology I 2
CRP 213 Carpentry Industry Technology II 2
CRP 214 Interior Systems I 2
CRP 215 Interior Systems II 2
CTM 211 International Building Code 3
WLD 100 Basic Welding 2

 

Outcomes

The outcomes identified below define the knowledge and skill sets that graduates of this program will possess at the end of their program of study.

  • Fully meet the requirements to gain carpentry journeyman status.
  • Possess an appropriate understanding and skills applied in: 
    • the general mathematic principles used in the carpentry industry, 
    • blue print reading and interpretation of construction drawings,
    • selection and construction of concrete frameworks,
    • rough framing post and beam, timber, stair, and roof construction,
    • building layout, engineering, rigging and scaffolding set up,
    • commercial and industrial building interior systems, and
    • finish carpentry and stair construction trim details.
  • Understand hazard recognition and apply the basic safety practices used in the construction trades.

 

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