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 you 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.
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