Bricklayers

Expand your skills and advance your career! If you’re a member of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC) , you can earn a certificate or associate degree in Journeyman Industrial or Construction Supervision, through a partnership between the BAC and WCC. All classes are online, so you’ll never need to visit campus.

Get college credits for your apprenticeship

If you’re a BAC member and have completed your apprenticeship, you can get 25 college credits for your experience which will help towards your degree.

WCC awards credits for 2 approved apprenticeship programs:

Apprenticeship programs

  • BAC 100 Labor and Trade Union History and Impacts (1 credit)
  • BAC 101 Safety Practices (2 credits)
  • BAC 102 Professional Skills Development (2 credits)
  • BAC 110 Introduction to Brick and Blocklaying Apprenticeship (3 credits)
  • BAC 111 Introduction to Masonry Construction (2 credits)
  • BAC 112 Mortar Manipulation (3 credits)
  • BAC 210 Introduction to Blocklaying (3 credits)
  • BAC 211 Introduction to Bricklaying (3 credits)
  • BAC 212 Masonry Wall Construction (3 credits)
  • BAC 213 Masonry Construction Techniques and Restoration (3 credits)
  • BAC 100 Labor and Trade Union History and Impacts (1 credit)
  • BAC 101 Safety Practices (2 credits)
  • BAC 102 Professional Skills Development (2 credits)
  • BAC 120 Introduction to Tile Mechanic Apprenticeship (1 credit)
  • BAC 121 Introduction to Tile Mechanic (3 credits)
  • BAC 122 Basic Tile Setting (4 credits)
  • BAC 220 Wall Tile Installation (3 credits)
  • BAC 221 Floor and Stair Tile Installation (3 credits)
  • BAC 222 Applications for Tile Installation (3 credits)
  • BAC 223 Tile Layout, Techniques and Restoration (3 credits)

How to get your credits:

Mailing Address:

Washtenaw Community College
Student Records - Union Trades
4800 E. Huron River Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48105-4800

Fax:
(734) 677-5197