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post #1 of 6 Old 05-29-2012, 12:36 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a woodworking diploma in USA, any college/university

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I m from Asia and I am Looking forward for woodworking diploma in USA, any college/university you guyz know please tell me and guide me which university or college is offered Diploma in wood manufacturing products...


Pleaseeeeeeeeee guide me !!!!!!!
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post #3 of 6 Old 05-29-2012, 01:16 PM
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CSI (college of southern idaho) has two different programs that lead to a degree, general construction and cabinet making.
Red Rock Community College in Colorado for an associate of science degree
Northern Michigan University for a BS or BA degree
Also check out http://www.woodworking-news.com/wood..._schools.shtml

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Are you looking for a program that teaches how to make handmade and small shop environment, or one that is geared towards the design, optimization, and industrial engineering seen in a larger scale factory environment?

The small shop handmade custom approach is taught primarily at two year schools known as community colleges. The manufacturing/engineering degrees are offered through a few universities. Purdue, and Michigan both have high quality, accredited programs.

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I'm no expert but College of the Redwoods and North Bennett Street are two that I have heard of so I assume they must be among the better known.
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Thank you so much ... I contact these colleges for more information.
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