The following degrees are available in Wood Technology:
- Bachelor of Science in Technology (4-year degree)
- Bachelor of Applied Science (2-year degree for approved associate degree graduates)
- Associate of Applied Science (2-year degree)
- Minor in Wood Technology
Bachelor of Science candidates take a 54-hour core of technical courses, including 39 hours in Wood Technology. Students also may pursue one or more 15-credit hour specializations in Wood Product Manufacturing, Finishing Technology, or Residential Construction.
Bachelor of Applied Science offers students who have graduated from an accredited two-year associate degree technical program the opportunity to extend their education and training. Like two-year technical programs, this bachelor degree gives students complete, hands-on training for a real-world job.
Students choosing the 2-Year Associate of Applied Science degree in Wood Technology major may choose between either a specialization in Wood Product Manufacturing or Residential Construction. The degree provides graduates with technical information and skills for working in these industries.