|CNBT 1301 Introduction to the Construction Industry||3|
|CNBT 1302 Mechanical, Plumbing, Electrical Systems in Construction||3|
|CNBT 1311 Construction Methods & Materials I||3|
|CNBT 1318 Constr. Tools & Techniques||3|
|CNBT 1316 Construction Technology I||3|
|LEAD 1100 Workforce Development with Critical Thinking||1|
|CNBT 1346 Construction Estimating I||3|
|CNBT 1309 Basic Construction Management||3|
|CNBT 1350 Construction Technology II||3|
|CNBT 2304 Construction, Materials, Methods, & Equipment II||3|
Construction Technology Course Descriptions
Overview of the construction industry.
A presentation of the basic mechanical, plumbing, and electrical components in construction and their relationship to residential and light commercial buildings.
Provides an integrated look at the practice of construction management on the job site.
Introduction to construction materials and methods and their applications.
Introduction to site preparation, foundations, form work, safety, tools, and equipment.
Comprehensive study of the selection and use of hand tools, portable and stationary power tools and related construction equipment. Emphasis on safety in the use of tools and equipment.
Building codes and standards applicable to building construction and inspection processes.
Fundamentals of estimating materials and labor costs in construction.
Framing in residential and light commercial construction. Includes safety, tools, and equipment used in floor, wall, ceiling, and roof framing methods and systems.
Exterior trim and finish for residential and light commercial construction.
Career-related activities encountered in the student’s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.
Continuation of the study of the properties of building materials, methods and equipment for their integrated use in completing construction projects.
Processes and methods used in design, selection of equipment, and installation of mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems in commercial buildings. Includes heating and cooling systems, duct work, mechanical and electrical control systems, lighting requirements, and design of water supply and sanitary sewer systems.
Human relations management skills on the job site. Topics include written and oral communications, leadership and motivation, problem solving, and decision making.