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University Transfer Program
60-70 transferable units
California State University
University of California
Independent Colleges and Universities
Building Inspection is a critical component in the construction and maintenance of residential, commercial, multi-unit and specialty buildings within California. Each area critical to the proper quality of construction, safety of operation and durability over an appropriate time, is separately inspected, tested and certified as compliant with the International Building Code.
The responsibilities of building inspectors are reflected in the importance of their role in ensuring the safety of inhabitants during earthquakes, floods, and other emergency situations. The safety of firefighters entering buildings is increased by compliance with the building code requirements for proper installation of fire sprinklers and other safety measures. Employment is primarily within city, county and state agencies with some opportunities with larger real estate or construction organizations and has remained steady during the last decade.
|Required Core Courses: 31.5 units||Units|
|BLDG 700||Introduction to the Building Code||3 units|
|BLDG 710||Advanced Building Inspection||4.5 units|
|BLDG 720||Electrical Inspection I||3 units|
|BLDG 725||Electrical Inspection II||3 units|
|BLDG 730||Plumbing Inspection||3 units|
|BLDG 735||ADA Building Requirements||3 units|
|BLDG 740||Mechanical Code||3 units|
|BLDG 750||Structural Provisions||3 units|
|BLDG 760||Energy Regulations||3 units|
|BLDG 775||Introduction to Residential Dwelling Inspection Technology||3 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.