Students enrolled in a Welding program will understand gases used in welding, cutting processes, brazing and soldering, joints, demonstrate shielded metal arc welding, demonstrate advanced arc welding, welding metallurgy, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, pipe welding, and welding fabrication.

This certificate may be applied toward the Associate of Applied Science in Technology degree.

 

Required Coursework (718 hours)

WELD 105 Basics of Welding 0.43 credits
WELD 110 Oxyacetylene Welding 1.54 credits
WELD 115 Cutting Processes 0.79 credits
WELD 120 Brazing and Soldering 0.92 credits
WELD 125 Shielded Metal Arc Welding 4.02 credits
WELD 130 Advanced Arc Welding 5.74 credits
WELD 135 Welding Metallurgy 1.27 credits
WELD 140 Gas Metal Arc Welding 2.80 credits
WELD 145 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 5.01 credits
WELD 150 Pipe Welding 4.37 credits
WELD 155 Special Application 1.68 credits
Total: 28.57 credits
*Course has a prerequisite

 

Effective: Fall 2015
Current as: 4/1/2015