Home Maintenance and Repair: General Residential Contractor
This certificate has been inactivated, and no new students are being accepted into the program.
What can I do with this certificate?
Career options: After acquiring the B – General Residential Contractor license, perform home construction as a General Building Contractor capable of working on any part of a residence with the exception of some specialized areas such as electrical and plumbing.
Academic options: Continue your studies by taking classes toward the Building and Construction Trades advanced certificate or associate’s degree with a possible concentration in Construction Management, Carpentry or Facilities Maintenance.
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Required Core Courses
A grade of C or better is required for graduation.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|BCT 101||Principles of Construction||3|
|BCT 102||Building Materials||3|
|BCT 105*||Professionalism in Service, Construction Math, Basic Rigging||3|
|BCT 107*||Basic Safety, Hand and Power Tools, Blueprint Reading||3|
|BCT 120||Blueprint Reading for Construction||3|
|BCT 145||Carpentry I||4|
|BCT 202||Construction Business Management||3|
|BCT 286||International Residential Code (IRC) I||3|
* BCT 100, 112, and 115 substitute for BCT 105. BCT 111, 113, and 114 substitute for BCT 107.