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College Certificate Earned in High School

Course Name
ENGL 1010
Introduction to Academic Writing
MATH 1010
Intermediate Algebra
CAW 140R
Millwork Technology
EGDT 1040
Fundamentals of Technical Engineering Drawing
FIN 1060
Personal Finance

Total Credit Hours

The Pathway to Proficiency Certificate in Cabinetry and Architectural Woodwork is designed as your first step toward pursing a degree in Cabinetry and Architectural Woodwork. This program focuses on the foundational skills used in the woodworking industry. Successful completion of courses can lead to further degree goals and employment opportunities.

The Pathway to Proficiency Certificate may be completed in high school through the concurrent enrollment program, completed as an undergraduate on campus, or a combination of both. Once complete, the Pathway to Proficiency Certificate can be stacked with other courses to earn a Certificate of Completion, or Associate degree.

High School

If you want to begin classes while in high school, make an appointment with a concurrent enrollment academic advisor early to plan for classes in an appropriate order based on availability at your high school and to discuss prerequisites.

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Grade Requirements

Students need to pass Cabinetry courses with a C- or higher to matriculate into the next program.

Easily build from certificate to degree programs

Graduation Requirements

  • Completion of a minimum of 16 credits.
  • Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
  • Residency hours - minimum of 4 credit hours through course attendance at UVU.

If a long-range goal is AAS or BS in CMGT, take additional classes to stay on track for a 4-year graduation plan.

Graduation Requirements

Certificates include a streamlined set of courses in a specific program area, providing a set of industry-recognized skills preparing students for entry-level employment. Certificate opportunities in this pathway include:

Graduation Requirements

Associate degrees are typically completed in two years by full-time students and combine hands-on technical skills with general education. Associate degree opportunities in this pathway include:

Career Options

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