2019-2020 Catalog

Residential Carpentry (CRCSD)

Award: Career certificate

Pathway to associate degree:  Construction and Building Science - Construction Technology (CBCTO)

Program location: Fort Omaha Campus

This career certificate is for students who have the desire or need to enter the field of residential carpentry as soon as possible. Students partake in classroom and practical application exercises, which supply them with knowledge and skills in the residential carpentry area. A 30-hour OSHA construction safety certification is included.

For more information about educational cost, median loan debt, and other important information related to this program, please visit our website at mccneb.edu/Academics/Programs-of-Study/Construction-Education/Construction-And-Building-Science.aspx.

Requirements for Residential Carpentry career certificate (30.0 credit hrs.)

CNST 1005Introduction to the Construction Industry


CNST 1020Blueprint Reading


CNST 1050Introduction to Carpentry


CNST 1110Construction Safety (10-Hour)


CNST 1360Floor, Wall, Stair and Ceiling Framing


CNST 1370Exterior Finish