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ENGR 0018 Construction Materials and Processes
Examines the materials used to construct a variety of structures, highways, utilities, and residential buildings. Includes terminology; interpretation of plans; and specifications to assure that correct materials are ordered, applied, and utilized. Methods of identifying materials delivered to the job site, methods of handling, quality control procedures for testing, and inspection of private and government work will be emphasized. Special emphasis will be given to the relationship of each material to the Uniform Building Code.
● 09/11/2017 - 11/19/2017
ENGR 0021 Estimating and Bidding I
Students will learn estimating problem-solving in general conditions, civil work, concrete, and masonry (excavation, backfill, grading, paving, landscaping, etc.). Hands-on estimating with quantity take-off, pricing, and bidding is stressed. Uniform cost index categories one-four will be covered.
ENGR 0022 Estimating and Bidding II
This course features hands-on estimating and quantity take-off activities associated with metals, wood, doors and windows, finishes, electrical, and mechanical estimating.
ENGR 0032 Planning and Scheduling
Students will learn how to plan, prepare, and update construction project schedules in this online course. Through the use of case studies, learn how to define construction activities, determine activity duration, and assemble the activities into a logical construction schedule. Learn to create and use bar charts and critical path schedules.
ENGR 0033 Construction Blueprint Reading
This course is designed to provide you with that foundational knowledge and enough practice at reading blueprints to get you started. Mastery of blueprint reading will come with practice and with using blueprints on the job on a regular basis.
ENGR 0034 Introduction to Construction Estimating
After completing this course, students will understand the different types of estimates and how to organize an estimating document. Levels of estimates, quantity take-off techniques, materials pricing methods, and labor productivity rates will be addressed. Students will learn how to determine profit and overhead mark-up and how to determine construction costs.
ENGR 0035 Essential Construction Math
This class is intended to develop mathematical skills that can be applied to the construction trade through practice and application. This course is an introduction to other courses in construction. While this class is not a prerequisite for any other classes, it does provide a foundation for them.
ENGR 0049 Construction Productivity and Cost Management
This course will focus on construction cost management and improving productivity with cost management strategies. Through practice with skillful problem-solving techniques, student will learn to manage costs and take proactive measures to increase productivity on their job sites. This is a paced, asynchronous online course. The course features a high level of student-to-student and student-to-teacher interaction.
ENGR 0031 Contract Documents and Construction Law
This online course focuses on understanding the relationship between contract documents and the construction process.
This course is not offered for the current term
ENGR 0038 Building Green Buildings - The Contractor’s Perspective
The purpose of this course is to provide construction professionals with information that will help them to effectively bid, contract, build, and close out green building projects. We will explore the green building process from the contractor's and subcontractor's point of view. You will learn how to work with an outside commissioning authority to complete the job.
<img src="/Client/images/static/partners/contractor.gif" align="left" width="75" height="75" alt="Associated General Contractors of America logo"> <strong>Courses are offered in cooperation with the San Diego Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America.</strong><br clear="all" /><br />
No entrance exams are required. Course times are scheduled year-round to be compatible with your work commitments. Each course meets online for ten weeks. Discussions using an online bulletin board afford the opportunity to examine everyday construction challenges shared by others in the construction industry.<br /><br />
<strong>The Certificate</strong><br />
To earn the certificate, students must complete eight of the following ten classes: <em>Introduction to Construction Estimating, Essential Construction Math, Construction Blueprint Reading, Estimating and Bidding I, Estimating and Bidding II, Construction Materials and Processes, Contract Documents and Construction Law, Planning and Scheduling, Building Green Buildings,</em> and <em>Cost Awareness and Production Control.</em> All classes should be completed within two years of starting the program.
<strong>Location of Classes</strong><br>
This certificate program is held online. Consistent access to the Internet is required.<br /><br />
This program is authorized by SDSU's College of Engineering. Students earn three professional development units per course.<br /><br />
<strong>Workplace Benefits</strong><br />
<li>Proven techniques from experts in construction specialties</li>
<li> Practical on-the-job skills you can use right away</li>
<li> The knowledge you need to move into supervisory roles</li>
<strong>To read answers to frequently asked questions, please see <a href="/constructionFAQs">Online Construction Certificate FAQs</a>.</strong> To contact the Program Coordinator, please email <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" target="_blank">email@example.com</a>or call (619) 594-3297.
The College of Extended Studies is a State-approved provider for the Federal Workforce Investment Act for this program.
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