The Wood Technology Program offers a wide range of courses in fine woodworking including: furniture & cabinet making, furniture drawing & detailing, wood crafts, turning & carving, wood finishing and power equipment & hand tools. Hands on learning is utilized to craft the furniture or art object assigned for the course. All skill levels are welcome in the Wood Technology Program.
Courses are open to current UC students from any college or major. Individuals from outside the university ("non-matriculated students") can enroll in any course.
For UC students all courses count toward your degree as (3) credit hour electives while learning time-honored woodworking skills. In addition, all Wood Technology courses meet UC's Breadth of Knowledge Requirement (BoK) in the distribution area of Fine Arts (FA). UC's GenEd program assures exposure to the "traditional disciplines that are the hallmark of a liberally educated person".
Wood Technology courses meet for approximately (3) hours one day per week in fully equipped woodworking facilities at the UC Victory Parkway Campus. See the Location and UC Shuttle link for more information.
Register for Wood Technology Courses:
Wood Technology courses are found on UC's OneStop site in the discipline CBMK (Cabinet and Furniture Making).
NOTE: If you are experiencing problems registering for any course in the Wood Technology Program, please contact Mark Costello for assistance or see the FAQ page for additional information.