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Architecture and Construction


Cabinetmaking is an art and a science. This program covers the decision-making process, design and layout, and print reading for producing fine cabinetry, furniture, and architectural woodwork, including doors, trim, walls, floor, and ceiling treatments. Courses focus on the methods, materials, machinery, joinery and precise assembly used to create fine flawless products.


Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education

Oklahoma State Department of Education


Applicants must complete a SouthernTech Application for Admission. Additional information and applications are available at SouthernTech campus and online at Enrollment for this career program is open to partnering high schools (juniors/seniors) and adults.


High school student: Free

Adult student:

In-District - $2.50 per hour

Out-of-District - $5.00 per hour

Out-of-State - $7.50 per hour

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial aid and scholarships are available for qualifying students.


Introduction to Cabinetmaking

Reading Plans (prints, sketches, drawings)

Machining, Joinery and Finishes

Internship / Alternative Cabinetmaking Methods

Robby Adams

Robby Adams

Cabinetmaking Instructor

Student Projects

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