Industrial Technology Department
Certificate of Applied Science
Associate of Applied Science Degree
The Carpentry program provides an opportunity for students to learn carpentry skills in a competency-based environment based on national standards from the National Center for Construction Education and Research. This program is articulated with area schools and provides an opportunity for students attending secondary schools as well as traditional and non-traditional university students to work hand in hand with professionals at the College, construction trades business persons and the NCCER.
Students learn the various steps of becoming a carpenter including safe practices. They complete supporting general education courses as well as take advantage of internship opportunities and hands on projects. Student earn a national certification after each module and a one-year certificate or a two year associate of applied science degree from The University of Montana.
|Length of Program:||2 Semesters or 4 Semesters|
|Award Upon Graduation:||Certificate or Associate of Applied Science Degree|
|Entry Times:||Fall Semester|
Dennis Daneke, Assistant Professor, Program Director
- Enrollment Services / Admissions Office
Phone: 406-243-7882 / 800-542-6882