Construction Technology AS Degree & Certificate
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The Construction Technology Program offers both an Associate of Science Degree and a Certificate of Achievement.
The only difference between the Degree and the Certificate is the completion of the colleges general education requirements. The Degree is 25 program units + 35 general education units (for a total of 60 units) and the Certificate is 25 program units.
The Construction Technology program is designed to give students a broad experience in construction trades technology. Students will gain knowledge and skills in carpentry, concrete, masonry, HVAC, plumbing, and electrical trades that will lead to entry level jobs in the field. In addition, students will be eligible for industry credentials through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).Student Learning Outcome:
Students will demonstrate proficiency in entry-level skills and knowledge required for employment in a construction technology career field.
Units Required: 25
Introduction to Construction Technology | 2 units
Carpentry Technology I | 2 units
Framing and Exterior Finish Carpentry | 2 units
Interior Finish Carpentry | 2 units
Fundamentals of Masonry Construction | 2 units
Fundamentals of Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Construction | 2 units
Concrete Construction Technology | 2 units
Introduction to Construction and Construction Engineering | 2 units
Blue Print Reading for Construction | 3 units
California Building Code | 3 units
Measurements and Computations | 3 units