Introduction to Building Construction
- Credit Hours: 5
This course is an introduction to residential and light commercial construction, construction terms, tools of the trade and their safe use.
The Carpentry-Qualified Framer certificate is designed to train the next generation of skilled workers needed in the construction industry. This certificate can provide multiple avenues to enter the construction industry without a degree in building construction technology. Students will experience training in print reading, layout frame assembly, door and windows installation, estimating, scheduling and other job site duties.
|BCT-101||Introduction to Building Construction||5|
|BCT-102||Fundamentals of Building Construction||4|
|BCT-104||Site Layout and Preparation||2|
|BCT-111||Blueprint Reading and Specifications||3|
|BCT-115||Construction Safety and Equipment||2|
|BCT-131||Estimating/Quantity Take Off||2|
|BCT-221||Construction Building Code||3|
|CWE-111||Cooperative Work Experience I||1|
|WLD-102||Introduction to Welding||2|
|Total Credit Hours||24|