Mill & Cabinetmaking
In Principles of Architecture and Construction, students will receive an overview of the various fields of architecture, interior design, construction science, and construction technology. Students will study common manufacturing tools, machines, materials and processes in a laboratory setting. After completing core projects, students have the opportunity to build individual projects with approval of the instructor.
In part two of Architecture and Construction, Construction Technology, students will study polymers, adhesives, woods and composites. Students will study the design of products, quality control, design of production tooling, machine tool setups and manufacturing systems.
For students looking to continue their careers in Mill and Cabinetmaking, Advanced Construction Technology, Mill and Cabinetmaking Technology, Practicum in Construction Management and Career Prep are also available. For more information about DJCC's Mill and Cabinetmaking courses, click here.