Wood Technology Program

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Program Overview:

As a student in the Wood Technology Program you will learn the hands-on technology and fine art of woodworking, furniture construction, cabinet making and other wood crafts. Wood Technology classes are open to beginners and experienced woodworkers alike.

Open Enrollment:

Wood Technology courses are open to everyone :  all current UC students from any campus, college or major; all UC faculty & staff & you do not need to be a current UC student.

BoK Fine Arts Electives:

For UC students all courses count toward your degree as (3) credit hour electives. Also, courses meet UC's GenEd core and qualify for UC's required Breadth of Knowledge (BoK) in the area of Fine Arts (FA).   

Course Times & Location:

Wood Technology courses meet about (3) hours, one day per week for the full semester. Courses are scheduled in the late afternoons, Monday through Thursday at the UC Victory Parkway Campus (Map). The UC Shuttle provides transportation from UC's main campus.

Register for Wood Technology Courses:

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

NOTE:  If you have never taken a class at UC, you first must contact the UC Office of the Registrar or contact Mark Costello for assistance getting started. 


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.