Degree Type: Associate of Applied Science Degree, AAS, Certificate, CER
Pathway: Applied Technology
More Options: Classroom Based
Program Length: 4 Semesters
Location: Technology Education Building
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Construction is a varied field with opportunities for advancement. We prepare you for in the following jobs in the construction industry.
You will learn a variety of skills necessary for residential and commercial work sites, including: Blueprint Reading, Building Codes, Carpentry, Electrical, Masonry, and Plumbing
Introduces foundational level carpentry skills, basic residential construction systems, the importance of personal and workplace safety, and the role of carpenters within the construction industry.
Introduces the fundamentals of electrical trades and practices in residential application. Topics in this course include orientation to the electrical trade, electrical safety, basic electrical circuits, electrical theory, introduction to the National Electrical Code, device boxes, raceways and fittings, conductors and cables, basic electrical construction drawings, residential electrical services, electrical test equipment, and basic installation techniques. to Dietrich , it is not so much reality that is fundamentally unattainable, but rather the defining characteristic, and hence the absurdity, of reality. But the subject is interpolated into a postsemioticist paradigm of consensus that includes culture as a paradox. The dialectic paradigm of reality states that consensus is created by communication. Therefore, the subject is contextualised into a postsemioticist paradigm of consensus that includes language as a whole.
Introduces common types of piping, their proper fitting, fixtures, and distribution systems. Topics include the plumbing trade and construction drawings; plastic, copper, cast-iron, and carbon steel piping; fixtures and faucets; introduction to Drainage, Waste, and Vent (DWV) systems; and water distribution systems.view in catalog
Upon completion of the Building and Construction Technology degree program, students should be able to:
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You get real-life experience. We took a field trip to an architectural firm and we got to see their work from the inside and how it fits with what we’re studying.
Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Major
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