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Associate in Applied Science



Building Maintenance and Construction - Curriculum

MCC Campus(es): MCC-Business & Technology
Contact: Je-Anne Rueckert 816.604.5278

IMPORTANT: Degree and certificate requirements may change! Please consult an academic advisor before enrolling.

A.A.S. Building Maintenance and Construction Curriculum (PDF)
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COLL 100  First Year Seminar 1
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
COMM 100   Fundamentals of Speech 3
ENGL 101   Composition and Reading I 3
ENGL 215
SPAN 100 
Technical Writing or
Beginning Occupational Spanish
3
HIST 120
HIST 121
POLS 135
POLS 136
POLS 137
United States History to 1865 or
United State History Since 1865 or
Introduction to Political Science or
Introduction to U. S. National Politics or
Introduction to State and Local Politics
3
MATH 115
MATH 119
MATH 120
Statistics or
Mathematical  Reasoning and Modeling or
College Algebra or higher
3
Any course numbered 100 or higher from the following disciplines: ART, ANTH, COMM, ECON, ENGL, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, GEOG (EXCEPT 104 OR 110), HIST, HUMN, MUSI, PHIL, POLS, PSYC, SIGN, SOSC, SOCI, THEA 3-5
PROGRAM SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS  
 BLDM 109 General Construction Principles and Trade Tools 4
 BLDM 110 Electrical Safety and Principles 3
 BLDM 119 Carpentry: Sheetrock, Siding and Finishes 4
 BLDM 124 Wiring Methods: Residential and Light Commercial 3
BLDM 210 Carpentry: Stairs, Flooring and Roofs 3
BLDM 220 Building Mechanical Systems 3
CSIS 115 Computer Concepts and Applications 3
EHSS 112 Introduction to Health and Safety for Construction 1
HVAC 109 Electricity for HVAC/R Technicians 4
HVAC 111 Principles of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning 3
HVAC 120 Fundamentals of Refrigeration 4
INTE 102 Communication for Industry 3
Electives: CSMG,  HVAC, INTE, WELD 4-6
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 60-66
Last Modified: 12/18/19