Associate in Science
Career/Technical (Major Code: 02880)
Provides entry-level training to prepare students to become construction inspectors. Construction inspectors verify that contractors and subcontractors comply with the architect’s plans and the various uniform building codes. Construction inspection is recognized as a major career opportunity area by agencies of both industry and government.
Program Student Learning Outcome Statement
- Demonstrate an ability to apply problem solving strategies and integrate technical knowledge.
|CI 10||BUILDING PLANS AND CONSTRUCTION DETAILS||3|
|CI 60||BUILDING CODES I||3|
|CI 50||LEGAL FACTORS OF CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION||3|
|CI 65||BUILDING CODES II||3|
|CI 20||INSPECTION OF MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION||3|
|CI 80||SOILS ENGINEERING||3|
|CI 40||ELECTRICAL INSPECTION||3|
|CI 70||INSPECTION OF ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS AND STRUCTURAL INSPECTION||3|
or SES 105
|CALIFORNIA GREEN CODE AND SUSTAINABLE T ECHNOLOGIES
or CALIFORNIA GREEN CODE AND SUSTAINABLE T ECHNOLOGIES
|CI 90||CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT||3|
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed.