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Approximately 89 online schools exist in the US. Of these schools, about 12 offer accredited online carpentry programs. These accredited online carpentry schools have an enrollment of an estimated 33,945 students. These online carpentry colleges typically have an open admissions policy. This means that they admit anyone who is interested in online carpentry courses as long as they meet the minimum general requirements.

Online carpentry classes are available at the following levels:

  • Associate's degree in carpentry
  • Certificate in carpentry

Students attending accredited online carpentry schools may choose from over 12 online carpentry certificate programs and 2 online carpentry associate's degree programs.

Approximately 52% of the 33,945 students enrolled in online carpentry classes, graduate in a timely fashion. The remaining either drop out or take longer than normal to complete their online carpentry degree or certificate.

After graduation, online carpentry college graduates can choose from careers as a carpenter, a woodworker or a cabinet maker, among other options. Carpentry degree and certificate holders can expect to earn a yearly salary anywhere from $15,590 to $106,020, depending on factors such as location, the exact job, or shift timings. It is interesting to note that while carpenters earn $38,890 per annum, on average, woodworkers earn an average salary of $28,375 and cabinet makers earn $31,431 per year on average.

Disclaimer: The data used above represents both online and offline offerings. Data for only online schools is not readily available. However, this data can give students a basic picture of what to expect.

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Online Carpentry Programs Offered

  • Carpenter - The Penn Foster Career School Online Carpenter program examines the importance of building codes, teaches students construction techniques for carpentry products and the underlying math concepts used to achieve desired results. The roofing, siding, flooring and drywall construction overviews from the Online Carpenter program provides students with enough knowledge to try their hand in constructing and repairing their own home or working as specialized carpenters. Students must apply their knowledge and skills in 6 practical exercises throughout the program’s 7 instructional sets.
  • Furniture & Cabinet Maker - The Penn Foster Career School Online Furniture & Cabinet Maker program specializes in woodworking construction principles and the use of specific tools to design, construct and finish furniture. Individuals who graduate from the Furniture & Cabinet program seek apprenticeship to earn relevant working experience or are employed as qualified cabinet and furniture specialists in home improvement stores. The 8 instruction sets include several projects and 3 suggested activities for students interested in hands-on construction experience.