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CARP 182 (3 credits)
Construction Drawing and Blueprint Reading

Students learn how to read and dissect a set of blueprints and
become familiar with blueprint symbols and their associations.
Students also become very involved in drawing various details
from blueprints, such as plan views, elevation views, and section
views. This knowledge aids in understanding construction
drawings and the many different scales used in current
architectural drafting designs.

CARP 207 (2 credits)
Floor Construction

Covers both dimensional and engineered lumber applications.
To meet current building designs and codes, students perform
installation from a detailed blueprint for sill plates, joists, joist
hangers, stair beams, sub flooring, and stair stringer construction.

CARP 209 (3 credits)
Wall Construction

Covers both dimensional and engineered lumber applications.
To meet current building designs and codes, students perform
installation and layout from a detailed blueprint for wall plates,
stud size and spacing, header design and size, and rough opening
sizes for window and door schedules.

CARP 218 (3 credits)
Roof Construction

Covers engineered trusses and hand-framed rafters with ceiling
joists. The students become familiar with the installation and
design criteria of an engineered truss including detailed truss
drawings for field applications and the codes applying to field
modifications. Students perform layout, cutting, and installing
roof rafters from a detailed blueprint including proper ceiling
joists, collar ties, and gable overhang construction and codes.
Students install roof sheeting and fascia boards.

CARP 219 (1 credit)
Thermal Insulation

Covers the various types of insulation for thermal, noise, and
fire protection. Ventilation baffles, vapor barriers, and types of
loose fill insulation are detailed. Students perform installation of
insulation for wall, ceiling, and fire-stop applications.

CARP 222 (2 credits)
Exterior Finish and Trim

Covers the exterior materials used for siding, roofing, flashing,
and aluminum trim. Using accepted methods, students perform
siding, soffit, fascia, and fiberglass shingle applications, including
proper flashing and counter flashing techniques.

CARP 226 (1 credit)
Drywall Installation and Finish

Covers the types and sizes of drywall installed in construction, as
well as proper hanging and finishing. Site techniques are covered.
Students perform installation and finishing methods for standard
applications.

CARP 257 (2 credits)
Stair Trim

Covers the variety and designs of interior custom stair trim.
Students are instructed in the different stair designs, building
codes and the perspective trim applications. Students install
custom stair trim for an open stair and box stair designs including
over the tread skirt board applications.

CARP 267 (3 credits)
Interior Finish and Trim

Covers the various interior painting and staining finishes. The
proper wood types and species, finishing methods, and applications
are detailed. Details of interior pre-hung doors, window trim
including extension jambs and sills are covered. Students perform
the installation of a standard trim package.

CARP 272 (2 credits)
Site Work and Foundations II

Covers the details associated with site preparation and foundation
inspections for a new building. Specifics are for lot size, set
back, right of way, and building location. Work includes using
various instruments for batter board installations, excavation of
foundation, locating footer elevation, and forming and pouring
footers. Locating, forming, and pouring of sidewalks and exterior
porches.

CARP 276 (3 credits)
Residential Remodeling

Covers the details and techniques used for residential remodeling
and restoration. Students perform demolition, and repair and update
existing structures to current building codes. The topics covered can
include kitchens, bathrooms, flooring and exterior finishes.

COLLISION REPAIR TECHNOLOGY (CORT)
CORT 107 (4 credit)
Details of Body Construction

Different types of automobile bodies and how they are made at
the factory. The locations of body joints and parts and the proper
methods for parts removal and replacement are also covered.

CORT 111 (4 credits)
Collision Repair Welding

Designed to prepare students in the use of a MIG welder and the
various uses of oxyacetylene equipment for cutting and heating to
normalize and shrink metal. Proper use of equipment is stressed.
Prerequisite: CORT 107

CORT 116 (4 credits)
Repairing Damaged Panels and Metalworking Methods

Use of proper tools and techniques to bend sheet metal. Direct
and indirect damage are explained along with ways damage can
be corrected.
Prerequisite: CORT 111

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