The commercial construction building inspector certificate provides students and commercial construction managers and designers with the legal requirements provided by the building code. Specific code topics include inspector/contractor communications, code administration, occupancy classifications, building limitations, construction types, fire resistance, means of egress, and structural loading. Technical courses apply to the degree program in commercial construction management. This certificate does not qualify for financial aid as it does not meet minimum hour requirements. (Program Length: 2 Semesters Minimum)
This certificate also aids in the preparation for both the Building Inspector and Building Plan Examiner registration exams offered by the International Code Council.
Entry-level municipal building inspector, code compliance officer, quality control specialist or private codes consultant
SAMPLE STUDENT SCHEDULE
(11 CREDIT HOURS)
CCMN 1000 Intro to Construction & Development
CCMN 1020 Building Technologies & Methods
CCMN 1030 Construction Graphics
CCMN 1050 Commercial Building Code
11 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION
The sample schedule above reflects starting the program in the fall semester and includes summer semester. CCMN 1050 is only offered during summer semester.