This certificate gives the student who has some construction experience/background instruction in the business and management side of the construction industry.
Program Location: Greenwood
Contact Information: Bobby Roche
|FIRST SEMESTER||Credit Hours|
|BCT 113||Fundamentals of Construction Prints||4.0|
|BCT 142||Fundamentals of Construction Safety||4.0|
|SECOND SEMESTER||Credit Hours|
|BCT 131||Estimating Quantity Take-Off||2.0|
|SUMMER TERM||Credit Hours|
|BCT 231||Construction Labor and Expediting||3.0|
|BCT 221||Construction Building Code||3.0|
|BCT 212||Construction Methods and Design||3.0|
|THIRD SEMESTER||Credit Hours|
|BCT 209||Construction Project Management||3.0|
|Total Credit Hours: 22.0|
Purpose Statement – The purpose of the Construction Management Certificate program is to provide students who have some construction experience/background a porthole to the business and management side of the construction industry.
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
Perform the basic manipulative skills involved in carpentry for residential construction.
Perform the basic manipulative skills in masonry for residential construction.
Perform the basic manipulative skills in residential wiring for residential construction.
Make application and use the underlying theories, technical information and related occupational information to assure sound judgments, decisions, and proper procedures involved in the residential building construction trades of construction trades of carpentry, masonry, and electrical.
Demonstrate the ability to interpret blueprints and technical materials necessary to construct a residential building.
Perform in an acceptable workmanship-like manner in the residential construction trade based recognized building codes (both local and international residential builders’ code).
Estimate and schedule the materials and labor in the building of a residential structure through the framing stages and finish stages.
Demonstrate the ability to perform the majority of tasks assigned in a safe and common sense manner in accordance with established safety standards in the construction industry. (OSHA standards for the construction industry).
Demonstrate the ability to identify entry level procedures and planning processes needed to open and operate a small business in the free enterprise system.
The BCT7 program requires students to have previous construction experience. Courses enhance existing management and construction skills. If possible, have students contact the department head during the initial advisement and registration process.
BCT courses are only offered during the day.
Estimated cost of hand tools for the first term is $150. Second semester cost is $100.
Courses in this certificate also apply toward the BCT3 associate degree.