Wood Carving Schools with Program Overviews

Woodcarving is the art of shaping wood pieces to fit a defined, pre-determined structure, such as a piece of furniture. This degree program can focus on either the technical or fine arts aspect of woodcarving.

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Woodcarving programs focus on the design and creation of furniture and other pieces of decorative art. These programs teach students how to identify and easily work with traditional cutting and carving tools.

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Schools with Woodcarving Programs

These schools offer woodcarving programs that include hands-on experience and training.

College/University Location Institution Type Degrees Offered Tuition and Fees 2015-2016*
Arizona State University Tempe, AZ 4-year, Public Bachelor's $10,158 in-state, $25,458 out-of-state
College of the Redwoods Eureka, CA 2-year, Public Certificate $1,142 in-state, $6,086 out-of-state
University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH 4-year, Public Certificate $11,000 in-state, $26,334 out-of-state
Red Rocks Community College Lakewood, CO 2-year, Public Certificate, Associate's $3,429 in-state, $13,145 out-of-state
Santa Fe Community College Santa Fe, NM 2-year, Public Certificate, Associate's $1,494 in-district, $1,854 in-state, $3,249 out-of-state
Haywood Community College Clyde, NC 2-year, Public Diploma, Associate's $2,410 in-state, $8,554 out-of-state

Source: *NCES College Navigator

School Selection Criteria

Important considerations to keep in mind when choosing a program:

  • Quality programs should have a well-maintained, spacious and work-oriented studio available daily that is fully equipped for student projects.
  • Since studios can be open all hours, look for programs that provide good security for students and their projects.
  • Some schools may offer gallery and exhibit opportunities for showing off student work.
  • Students wanting briefer periods of study, or those not interested in achieving a degree or certification, might look up local workshops to see what classes might be offered.

Students who are interested in a woodcarving program should look at programs that offer fully equipped studios and security. Students may also look for schools that offer students the chance to exhibit their work in a gallery.

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