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Advanced Industrial Construction Certificate
Semester Hours:  28
Effective Term: Fall 2017
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None


Program Description: The Advanced Industrial Construction Certificate prepares individuals for an advanced entry position in the construction field. The program focuses on advancing knowledge attained in accordance to NCCER standards. Options within the certificate allow individuals to tailor his or her career pathway with additional skillsets. This certificate is the second stackable certificate in industrial construction.



Recommended Proficiencies: Skilled in operating power and hand tools.

Course Requirements
Program Requirements (Catalog format): Advanced Industrial
Construction Certificate
Total Credits: 28

Industrial Construction Core Requirements (15)
CRP 103 Carpentry Orientation (2)
OR
BCT 140 Introduction to Concrete Finishing (2)

BCT 100 NCCER Core (5)*
BCT 133 Concrete (3)*
BCT 150 OSHA 30 (2)*
CRP 132 Concrete Forming (3)

Advanced Industrial Construction Core Requirements (13)
HEO 118 Forklifts, Rigging, and Hoisting Training (2)
HEO 130 Trenching and Foundations (3)*
MAT 106 Technical Math (3)
BCT 180 Communication for the Trades (3)*
BCT 296 Construction Apprenticeship (2)*

Other Requirements:
Students must earn:
-a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of at least a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale;
-at least one-third of the certificate credits from CAC.

Program Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
Program Measurable Student Learning Outcomes:
1.(Application Level) Demonstrate OSHA regulations and safe practices at construction work sites. (CSLO 1 & 3)
2.(Application Level) Solve measurement and math related problems relevant to construction. (CSLO 1)
3.(Synthesis Level) Perform layout for construction site aligning to industry specifications. (CSLO 3)
4.(Synthesis Level) Practice professional skills relevant to the construction industry, including communication critical thinking and teamwork. (CSLO 3 & 4)
5.(Application Level) Determine the best use of power and hand tools in the proper and safe manner. (CSLO 1, 2, & 3)
6. (Evaluation Level) Demonstrate and assess proper rigging practices in an industrial setting. (CSLO 1 & 3)
Standards for Program
NCCER