Building Trades

Building Trades

This is a program of study oriented toward preparing a student for entry-level positions within the Building Trades Industry. The program encompasses all trades involved with the construction of a single-family residence including layout, framing, roofing and finish. The program is offered as a certificate or an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Construction Technology degree program. Gainful Employment Disclosure 

The Learning Outcomes are as follows:

• Apply safety practices and procedures in the work area.

• Communicate and problem solve effectively with supervisors, customers, and demonstrate competency in the field of Building Trades.

• Students will develop the ability to plan, create, and complete construction jobs.

• Recognize terms and materials to apply in the Building Trades Industry.

Students majoring in Building Trades are required to take the (12 Credits in the Workforce General Core) for a (Certificate) as well as the following major core courses:

TOTAL CREDITS FOR CERTIFICATE To be completed by student 36
CORE 3Program6 credits Required
Course #Course TitleCredits
COMX102Interpersonal Skills in the Workplace3
WRIT121Introduction to Technical Writing3
Core 4Program3 credits Required
Course #Course TitleCredits
M111Technical Math (as required by Degree Program)3
Core 5Program3 Credits Required
Course #Course TitleCredits
VOC101Employer/Employee Relations3
Core 6Program24 Credits Required
Course #Course TitleCredits
CSTN130Introduction to Building Trades I3
CSTN131Building Trades Field Experience I8
CSTN140Introduction to Building Trades II3
CSTN141Building Trades Field Experience II8
CON190OSHA 10 (Workplace Safety)1
ECP100First Aid, CPR,AED & Blood Borne Pathogens1