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ETS 130. General Woodworking

Credits: 3
Department: Environmental & Technological Studies
Description: History, development, and current role of our forest resource. Tools, machines, and processes involved in working with wood.
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF
Lab: Lab

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Distinguish between hardwood and softwood identifications, applications, and finishes.
2. Use tools (both manual and power) correctly and safely.
3. Apply appropriate woodworking design, manufacture, and finish to complete projects.
4. Compute cost of labor and material in the woodworking industry.
5. Use appropriate measuring techniques.
6. Accurately apply group and individual problem solving strategies.
7. Compare and contrast customer service issues.

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