Woodworking Schools in Nashville, Tennessee with Degree Info

There is only one institution within 74 miles of Nashville, Tennessee, that has woodworking training. Read an overview of the programs, requirements and course info to find out more about this school and its programs.

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Nashville Woodworking School

Those who want to build or expand their woodworking skills can turn to one learning institution in the Nashville area. Learn about the program offerings and requirements, and review a table of school stats that covers details like cost, campus setting and more.

  • Located around 74 miles from central Nashville, Tennessee Technological University is the only school in the area that offers formal programs in woodworking. Students can earn a certificate or bachelor's degree.

School at a Glance

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Tennessee Technological University
School Type 4-year; public
Total Enrollment (2017) 10,504*
Campus Setting Remote town
Tuition & Fees (2017-2018) $8,513 for in-state students; $24,377 for out-of-state students (undergraduate)*
% of First-Year Students Receiving Any Form of Financial Aid (2016-2017) 97%*
Acceptance Rate (2017) 64%*
Retention Rate (Fall 2016 to Fall 2017) 79% for full-time students*
Graduation Rate 49% (Students who started Fall 2011)*

Source: *NCES College Navigator

Tennessee Technological University

The National Association of Schools of Art and Design and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools accredit the university's Bachelor of Fine Arts program. Tennessee Tech's Craft Center gives students access to hands-on workshops in various crafts including, clay, fibers, glass, wood and metals. There is also a campus gallery that regularly offers exhibitions featuring the works of area artists. In general, most of the core courses take place at the university's Appalachian Center for Craft.

Certificate of Completion in Wood

Students earn 48 credits for the certificate program. They begin by taking foundation courses that cover drawing, art history and art design. From there, students can take concentrated classes in woodworking. The studio classes give them the opportunity to practice their craft skills through hands-on projects. The certificate program is meant for students who may not want a college degree in the woodworking field. Rather, they may be looking for professional training in woodworking and the option to take independent study courses.

Bachelor of Fine Arts with a Concentration in Wood

The bachelor's degree program gives students formal training in woodcraft. The program takes about four years to complete and combines general education courses with specialized classes in wood. Students can take classes in art history, crafts, painting and digital art. They enroll in studio classes where they learn how to make wood projects. A final part of the degree program requires students to complete a thesis in wood and take part in an exhibition.

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