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Syllabus - BCN 1001 Building Construction Sect3596 Spring 11

Syllabus - BCN 1001 Building Construction Sect3596 Spring...

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Syllabus For Building Construction BCN 1001 – Sect. #3596 As of Date: 01/11/10 Meeting Time: 2:00 – 3:15 P.M. Instructor: Mike Tomlinson Email: [email protected] Phone Number: (727) 847-2727 ext.6354 Meeting Days: Monday/Wednesday Meeting Location: G-105 Office Hours: 5:00 – 6:00 P.M. M&W Office Number: G-107 Course Description: This course is planned to acquaint the student with the terminology, methods, documentation, procedures, materials, sequences, operations, and types of construction. The course is intended as an introductory course for Drafting and Design Technology majors. Course Objectives: The student will be able to: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the terminology used in the construction industry. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the building permit process and other legal issues pertinent to the construction industry. The student will demonstrate an understanding typical and certain special building methods, procedures, sequences and operations. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the different types of construction. Text/Materials: Fundamentals of Building Construction , Allen and Iano Right to Change Syllabus: If necessary, some components of this syllabus may change. However, any changes will be announced in class and a revised syllabus will be posted on the class web page. The student is responsible for any such changes. Attendance: Students are highly encouraged to attend class, as it is a valuable experience. Make-ups that are available must be scheduled with the instructor, by contacting the instructor before missing the specific class or ( in the case of an emergency ) within 48 hours after the missed class. Students are responsible for catching up on missed work on their own time. Absences and/or tardiness in excess of 25% of the scheduled classes may result in an administrative withdrawal from the course. Title IV Financial Aid Information: You must attend class through 60% of the term. Failure to do so may require you to repay all or a portion of your Title IV Financial Aid (PELL, SEOG, ACG, and Stafford Loans) to the Federal Government and/or PHCC. If you have questions, contact the fmancial aid office on your campus. Disability Statement: Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), PHCC makes every reasonable effort to accommodate students with disabilities, However, the college requires documentation of a student’s disability before providing accommodations for it. I wish you to have every opportunity to learn and participate in this class. Therefore, if you have any hearing, visual, or motor limitations which would impede your progress in this class, please let me know at the beginning of the term. I will make every reasonable effort to facilitate your learning within the physical realities of the classroom. It is also prudent to make your special needs known to PHCC’s Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities, Mr. Ron Thiessen (727) 816-3236). See the PHCC Catalog/Student Handbook for additional information.
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