Stephen Richard, Program Coordinator
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Each year, more and more students and employers have asked for additional instruction and skills-based training in masonry beyond what is provided by the building construction program. Our masonry program was designed with these desires in mind. It will provide you with extensive instruction after completing the common first-year building construction curricula.
Alfred State masonry graduates may enter directly into the construction supervision BTech or technology management BBA degree program. Graduates who have credit for freshman composition, statistics, literature, history, and speech may complete the baccalaureate program in two additional years; others may complete the BBA program in two-and-one-half years.
Employment and continuing education rate of 100 percent – 71 percent are employed; 29 percent continued their education.
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
Building Trades: Building Construction
Electrical Construction and Maintenance Electrician
Applicants in the masonry program must be able to meet the following physical requirements:
TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM
|BLCT||1202||Portable Tools & Fastening Sys||2|
|BLCT||1212||Foundation Systems & Layout||2|
|BLCT||1206||Building Construction Lab I||6|
|BLCT||2202||Insulation and Drywall||2|
|BLCT||2212||Exterior Building Envelope||2|
|BLCT||2232||Siding and Cornices||2|
|BLCT||2242||Wood Products & Fabrication||2|
|BLCT||2252||Intro to Print Reading & Estim||2|
|BLCT||2206||Building Contruction Lab II||6|
|BLCT||3722||Fireplace & Hearth Oven Design||2|
|BLCT||3742||Sustainability w/Masonry Const||2|
|BLCT||3752||All Weather Masonry||2|
|BLCT||3706||Masonry Construction Lab III||6|
|BLCT||4502||ACI Concrete Testing||2|
|BLCT||4512||Masonry Stairs & Ramps||2|
|BLCT||4522||Hardscaping with Masonry||2|
|BLCT||4532||Print Reading for Masonry||2|
|BLCT||4542||Masonry Sketching & Detailing||2|
|BLCT||4552||Business Planning Masonry/Conc||2|
|BLCT||4506||Masonry Construction Lab IV||6|
A student must successfully complete all courses in the prescribed four-semester program and earn a minimum cumulative index of 2.0, which is equivalent to a “C” average.