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Cabinetry and Architectural Woodwork, A.A.S.

Requirements

Students may receive a One-Year Certificate, a Diploma, an Associate in Applied Science degree, an Associate in Science degree, or a Bachelor of Science Degree in Technology Management.

Total Program Credits: 63

General Education Requirements: 16 Credits
ENGLISH   
  ENGL 1010 Introduction to Academic Writing 3
or ENGH 1005 Literacies and Composition Across Context (5.0)  
MATHEMATICS   
  MAT 1010 Intermediate Algebra   or higher (students working towards a BS will need to take Math 1040) (4.0)  
or  ACC 1150 Fundamentals of Business Math 3
or EGDT 1600 Technical Math--Algebra (3.0)  
HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS/FOREIGN LANGUAGE   
  Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign Language Distribution Course  3
SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE   
  Any approved Social or Behavioral Science Distribution course  3
BIOLOGY OR PHYSICAL SCIENCE   
  Any approved Biology or Physical Science Distribution Course  3
PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH/SAFETY OR ENVIRONMENT   
  Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety or Environment Course  1
Discipline Core Requirements: 47 Credits
  CAW 140R Millwork Technology (4.0) 1 16
  CAW 1130 Residential Cabinetry 4
  CAW 1150 Design Drafting and Billing 3
  CAW 1170 Finish Technology 2
  CAW 1210 Cabinetmaking Materials and Hardware 1
  CAW 1250 Drafting and Computer Applications for Cabinetmakers 4
  CAW 2250 Computer Aided Manufacturing for Woodworking 4
  CAW 2300 Counter-top Technology 3
  CAW 2430 Commercial Cabinetry Technology 4
  CAW 2450 Machine Maintenance and Upkeep 2
  CAW 299R Skills USA 1
  EGDT 1040 Fundamentals of Technical Engineering Drawing 3

Graduation Requirements:

  1. Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits.
  2. Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
  3. Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through course attendance at UVU.
  4. Completion of GE and specified departmental requirements.
  5. Complete all core requirements with a minimum grade of "C-" or better.
Footnote
1 Four semesters required

Graduation Plan

This graduation plan is a sample plan and is intended to be a guide. Your specific plan may differ based on your Math and English placement and/or transfer credits applied. You are encouraged to meet with an advisor and set up an individualized graduation plan in Wolverine Track

Milestone courses (pre-requisites for a course in one of the subsequent semesters) are marked in red and italicized.


Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours
CAW 140R Millworking and Technology  4
CAW 1150 Design, Drafting and Billing 3
CAW 1170 Finish Technology 2
CAW 1210 Cabinetmaking Materials and Hardware 1
ENGL 1010 or ENGG 1005 Introduction to Academic Writing or  Literacies and Composition Across Context  3
EGDT 1040 Fundamentals of Technical Engineering Drawing 3
  Semester total: 16
Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours
CAW 1130 Residential Cabinetry 4
CAW 140R Millworking and Technology  4
CAW 1250 Drafting and Computer Applications for Cabinetmakers 4

ACC 1150* or

ACC 3000*

Fundamentals of Business Math or

Financial Managerial and Cost Accounting Concepts

3
  Semester total: 15
Note: *Pre-requisites are required to be taken. Please see the advisor.
Semester 3 Course Title Credit Hours
CAW 2250 Computer Aided Manufacturing for Woodworking 4
CAW 140R Millworking and Technology  4
CAW 2430 Commercial Cabinetry Technology 4
Biology or Physical Science  3
  Semester total: 15
Semester 4 Course Title Credit Hours
CAW 2300 Counter-Top Technology 3
CAW 140R Millworking and Technology  4
CAW 2450 Machine Maintenance & Upkeep 2
CAW 299R Skills USA 1
HLTH/PE/Safety 1
Social/Behavioral Science  3
Humanities/Fine Arts 3
  Semester total: 17
  Degree total: 63

Department

Name:

Construction Technologies

Location:

GT 610d

Telephone:

801-863-8500

Email:

ConstructionTechnologies@uvu.edu

Web Address:

uvu.edu/ct

Chair:

Robert Warcup

 
 

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a dynamic opportunity for engaged learning through a variety of certificate and degree programs that foster integrity, creativity, hands-on activities, and scholarly work. Success is measured by learners who leave professionally competent to build better communities through service, leadership and lifelong learning in their chosen field.

 
 

Construction Technologies

 
 

Building Inspection Technology

BIT program suspended (no longer accepting students) – Contact Construction Technologies Department with questions. 

Telephone: 801-863-8500

Email:  ConstructionTechnologies@uvu.edu

 
 

Cabinetry & Architectural Woodwork

  • Program Coordinator: Kelly Baird
  • Office: GT 625b
  • Telephone: 801-863-8860
  • Email: Bairdke@uvu.edu


Advisory Committee:

Austin Gifford, Fetzers Architectural Woodwork; Jeff Ludlow, Intermountain Wood Products; Scott Hudson, Magelby Companies; KP Christensen, BYU Technology & Education;David Hunt, Alpine School Districts; Scott Billings, Nebo School District

Degree/Certificates

  • Certificate of Proficiency
  • One Year Certificate
  • Diploma
  • Two Year Associate in Applied Science
  • Two Year Associate in Science
  • Bachelors of Science in Technology Management

Career Opportunities

The highly skilled craftsperson in the cabinet-making field may find work in factory production, set-up, and milling, assembling, and installing highly-customized cabinetry in residences, banks, department stores, and restaurants. Other jobs may be found in furniture work, and specialized facets of the industry. Self-employment often follows short-term trade experience.

Reminder: an overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above is required for graduation.

 
 

Construction Management

  • Program Coordinator: Eric Linfield
  • Office: 675m
  • Telephone: 801-863-8250
  • Email:  eric.linfield@uvu.edu


Advisory Committee:

Jeffrey R. Clyde, W.W. Clyde & Co.(Chair); Jim Golding, Geneva Rock; Trevor Hunsaker, Big D Construction;; Paul Magleby, Magleby Companies; Mark Wimmer, Sunroc; Granite Construction, Jason Klaumann; Kiewitt, Mike Seare; Zwick Construction, Erik Dunn; DR Horton, Brad Lambert; Okland Construction, Brad Wagner.

Degrees/Certificates

  • Certificate of Completion
  • Certificate of Proficiency
  • Two Year Associate in Applied Science
  • Two Year Associate in Science
  • Bachelors of Science in Construction Management

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the four-year Construction Management program are prepared for employment in various levels of construction project management including superintendents, project engineers, construction schedulers and estimators.

Graduates of the two-year Construction Management program are prepared for employment as construction project foremen, crew leaders and entry positions in job supervision.

 
 

Facilities Management

  • Program Coordinator: Eric Linfield
  • Office: GT 675m
  • Telephone: 801-863-8250
  • Email:  Eric.Linfield@uvu.edu


Advisory Committee:
 

Mark Woods (chairperson), Microfocus-Committee Chair; Kris Ashby, Elite Grounds; Frank Young, Utah Valley University; Scott Rice, Nuskin International; Matt Lowoer, Intermountain Healthcare; Eric Linfield, UVU Program Coordinator.

Degrees/Certificates

  • Two Year Associates in Applied Science
  • Bachelors of Science in Technology Management

Career Opportunities

The Facilities Management program is designed to prepare graduates to manage physical facilities such as resorts, health care centers, government facilities, recreational complexes, schools, industrial plants, and apartment buildings. Wherever there are buildings to be maintained there is a career opportunity for the facility manager.

The job of the facility manager can vary considerably depending on the employing institution, but some of the more common responsibilities are physical plant operations, building and grounds maintenance, space planning, budgets and purchasing, and human resources.

Reminder: an overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or higher is required for graduation.
 
 

College of Engineering and Technology

 
 

Faculty

Kenneth Adams(2019)

Assistant Professor

Department: Construction Technologies
Faculty



BS, Technology Management, Utah Valley University, MBA, Business Administration, University of Utah,

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Kellan Baird(1998)

Associate Professor

Department: Construction Technologies
Faculty



B.S., Industrial Education, Brigham Young University.

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James Cox(2009)

Associate Professor

Department: Construction Technologies
Faculty

Department: Engineering
Faculty

A.S., Physics, Carbon Jr. College; Bachelor of Engineering Science in Civil Engineering, Mathematics, M.E., Transportation, Brigham Young University; Ph.D., Transportation, University of Utah.

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Ben Davis(1994)

Associate Professor

Department: Construction Technologies
Faculty



B.S., Geography/Urban Planning, University of Utah; M.S., Instructional Technology, Utah State University.

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DeWayne Erdmann(1999)

Associate Professor

Department: Construction Technologies
Faculty



B.S., Industrial Education, Brigham Young University.

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Barry Hallsted(2007)

Associate Professor

Department: Construction Technologies
Faculty



B.S., Youth Leadership & Scouting Education, Brigham Young University; M.B.A., Aspen University; Ph.D., Business Administration, Northcentral University.

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J. Linfield(1998)

Associate Professor

Department: Construction Technologies
Faculty



B.S., Technology Management, Utah Valley State College.

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Justin  Schellenberg(2018)

Assistant Professor

Department: Construction Technologies
Faculty



B.S., Civil Engineering, M.S., Civil Engineering, Brigham Young University - Provo.

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Robert Warcup(2009)

Associate Professor

Department: Construction Technologies
Department Chair, Faculty



B.S., Construction Management, Brigham Young University; M.B.A., University of Nevada; Ph.D, Technology & Engineering Education, Utah State University.

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Careers

Careers:  
The highly skilled craftsperson in the cabinetmaking field may find work in factory production, set-up, milling, assembling, and installing highly customized cabinetry in residences, banks, department stores, and restaurants. Other jobs may be found in furniture work, and specialized facets of the industry. Self-employment often follows short-term trade experience.

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