1 year (2 terms)
The Plumbing Technology program provides entry-level skills and knowledge for students preparing to enter the plumbing industry. Classes in the first semester focus on safety, hand and power tools, materials, pipe joining methods, code book layout, plan and print reading and trade calculation. Hands-on classes concentrate on pipe joining, pipe materials and basic pipe fitting practices.
The second semester covers plumbing code requirements, installation requirements for drain, waste and vent systems, water pipe systems, gas pipe systems, gas venting systems, cross connection and backflow prevention. The hands-on class includes design and construction of a three-fixture washroom group and testing and troubleshooting backflow prevention devices.
This diploma is eligible for state and federal financial aid.
- plumbing installation technician
- plumbing maintenance technician
- plumbing service technician
- plumbing apprenticeship program
|MAT-737||Applied Plumbing Math||3|
|PLU-130||Plumbing Theory I||6|
|PLU-140||Plumbing Practices I||4|
|PLU-148||Plan and Print Reading for Plumbing||2|
|MAT-738||Applied Plumbing Math II||1|
|PLU-132||Plumbing Theory II||8|
|PLU-142||Plumbing Practices II||4|
|PLU-150||Plumbing Plan and Print Reading II||2|
|Total Credit Hours||35|