Construction Technology (CT)

CT 100 Const Draw & Design Analysis 1 4 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Materials Fees: $5
Equivalent Course: CT 100AB
Architectural drafting techniques and standards progressing from fundamentals to completion of light construction drawings, basic floor plans, elevations, details and respective building code analysis. The course utilizes computer automated drafting.
CT 101 Const Draw & Design Analysis 2 4 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 101AB
Computer aided construction drafting including construction plan development, details for wood, concrete and structural steel and applicable codes.
Advisory on Recommended Preparation: CT 100 or equivalent college course with "C" or better or equivalent knowledge and/or skills as determined by departmental assessment
CT 105 Computer Asst. Const. Theory 4 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 105AB
A study of basic construction practices and theory Including computer estimating, scheduling, and budgeting.
CT 109 Residential Codes and Inspect 3 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: CT 272
Study of residential building codes, residential inspections and construction management practices for residential construction. Course includes construction managers' responsibilities, key inspection points for total quality management, and construction managers' relationships with local officials, general contractor, and prospective occupants.
CT 130 Intro to Const Practices 4 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 204
Professional practice in management, ethics, regulations, safety regulations, utilities, insurance, labor, licensing, public relations and basic business skills as related to construction.
CT 132 Basic Building System & Codes 3 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
Basic building systems theory, including foundations, walls, roofs, mechanical, electrical, corresponding building codes and inspections. Integration of building related to the environment and human aspects of building.
CT 138 Contractors License Law 3 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
A study of the fundamental concepts, principles, and applications of construction laws, lien laws, safety, and business laws concerning the construction industry. CT 138 is designed for the individual interested in taking the California State examination for the General Contractors (B) License, or the Specialty Contractors (C) License, or for the student interested in the laws governing the construction trade.
CT 204 Construction Theory/Practice 1 4 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 104AB
Basic construction practices and theory for residential construction, including the study of residential plans, plan check requirements and construction materials.
CT 205 Plumbing 3 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
1 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 205AB
Basic plumbing theory, materials and installation procedures, skill development for professional and non-professional plumbing students.
CT 220 Construction Practices 1 2.5 unit(s)
Hours: 1 Lecture/Discussion
5 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 214
Hands-on construction practices on a construction site to construct specific building projects to plans and specifications and to develop or enhance building skills.
CT 221 Construction Practices 2 2.5 unit(s)
Hours: 1 Lecture/Discussion
5 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 215
Hands-on construction practices on a construction site to construct specific building projects to plans and specifications and develop or enhance building skills with emphasis on quality management.
CT 222 Construction Practices 3 2.5 unit(s)
Hours: 1 Lecture/Discussion
5 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 218
Advanced hands-on construction practices on a construction site to construct specific building projects to plans and specifications and develop or enhance building skills with emphasis on controlling construction budgets.
CT 223 Construction Practices 4 2.5 unit(s)
Hours: 1 Lecture/Discussion
5 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 219
Hands-on construction practices on a construction site to construct specific building projects to plans and specifications and develop or enhance building skills with emphasis on building site safety.
CT 250 Basic Carpentry/Const Practice 4 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 150
Introduction to construction tools, materials, measuring, millwork, and basic construction practices.
CT 260 Interior Millwork 4 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 160
Mill cabinet functional and spatial concepts, design and construction, interior finish components and wood-shop practices.
CT 261 Cabinetmaking 4 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Concepts of design, layout, safety and basic cabinet construction for individual projects.
CT 262 Cabinet and Furniture Const. 4 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Equivalent Course: CT 162AB
Concepts of cabinet design, furniture design, layout, construction, safety and millwork for building individual projects.
CT 270 Residential Wiring 3 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: CT 270AB
Students will learn practical applications of residential electrical systems, including branch circuits, distribution, transformers, system components, power calculations for voltage, current, wattage, and NEC application.
CT 271 Life Safety for Construction 3 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: CT 171AD
Study of building codes and constructon practices for building occupants' and other related building officials' safety.
CT 273 Electrical Codes 3 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: CT 173AD
Electrical code theory, plan review, math and field inspection for construction management and inspection professions.
CT 275 Plumbing Inspection 3 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: CT 175AD
Concepts of plumbing systems, code applications, fixture allocation and field inspection.
CT 277 Structural Inspection 3 unit(s)
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: CT 170AD
Structural inspection principles of concrete, wood and metal for construction management and inspection professions.