Brochures, Certificates & Testimonials

For Wood Technology courses offered, search UC's OneStop web site in the subject CBMK (Cabinet and Furniture Making). If you have questions contact us for assistance.

All Wood Technology Program courses meet Breadth of Knowledge Requirements (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.


All courses in the WT Program have additional costs including: required shop fee, purchase materials for the projects assigned, personal safety equipment & textbook(s). See the WT FAQ page for more information.

This Wood Technology Course List provides a complete list of all courses offered in the program. Note: not all courses are offered each semester.

Search UC's OneStop website in the subject CBMK (Cabinet and Furniture Making).

All Wood Technology courses meet Breadth of Knowledge Requirements (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".

Certificates for the Wood Technology Program have been approved by the college!  For a list of requirements for each certificate, click the certificate name below:

  1. Fundamentals of Woodworking Certificate
  2. Artisanship in Woodworking Certificate
  3. Advanced Woodworking Certificate

To enroll in certificate program complete an application.

NOTE:  It is not required to apply for a certificate to take courses in the program.

Students in the Wood Technology program are saying great things about their experience with the program.

Wood Technology student, Charlie DeWert, goes to Savannah's College of Art & Design (SCAD). Charlie started taking courses in the Wood Technology program while in high school. Upon his high school graduation Charlie wa s accepted into SCAD. Read more about Charlie's story.

Michael Romanos, DAAP professor of planning, and Dr. James Helmsworth, M.D., College of Medicine professor emeritus of surgery, are both long time students in the Wood Technology Program. Read more about Professor Ramanos and Dr. Helmsworth's stories.