Construction Inspection Certificate
PROGRAM CODE: 2C21272
The Construction Inspection Certificate is designed to prepare students to become building inspectors, construction inspectors, public works and facility inspectors or similar occupations. Construction and building inspectors ensure that new construction, changes, or repairs comply with local and national building codes and ordinances, zoning regulations, and contract specifications. This certificate requires a total of 28-30 units. A grade of C or better is required in each course taken. At least one half of the units toward the certificate must be completed at Fullerton College.
|Required Courses (18 units):|
|CSTR 031 F||International Building Code||3|
|CSTR 032 F||Uniform Plumbing Code||3|
|CSTR 034 F||National Electrical Code||3|
|CSTR 035 F||California Accessibility and Energy Codes||3|
|CSTR 038 F||Uniform Mechanical Code||3|
|CSTR 041 F||International Residential Code||3|
|Restricted Electives (10-12 units):||10-12|
|Residential Plumbing and Mechanical Systems||3|
|Construction Plans Reading (formerly Construction Blueprint Reading)||3|
|Concrete and Masonry||3|
|Surveying for Builders||2|
|Technical Mathematics I||3|
Outcome 1: Identify building occupancies.
Outcome 2: Select a specific code application.
Outcome 3: Identify a typical set of residential or light commercial construction plans and analyze, interpret, extract and define basic structural and finish components and/or systems necessary for project construction.