Understanding Building Codes
ARCH X 427.20
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This introduction to building and life-safety regulations covers several critical aspects of code compliance, from design development through construction administration.
This course is restricted to students admitted to the Master of Interior Architecture program only.
Students register for all classes through Cal Poly Pomona’s BroncoDirect system and not on this website.
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What you can learn.
- Understand code analysis, interpretations, and special applications
- Develop solid code vocabulary and knowledge of their appropriate use
- Gain knowledge in design development and construction administration
About this course:
This introductory course to building and life-safety regulations is designed to make students code literate. Instruction covers several critical aspects of code compliance by phase of construction--from design development through construction administration. Topics include code analysis, interpretations, and special applications. Upon completion of the course, students should have a solid code vocabulary, as well as a working knowledge of their appropriate application.
INA Graduate Standing. This is a required course in the Master of Interior Architecture degree program.