Our Welding Program offers state-of-the-art equipment and safety. The program prepares students for steady, high paying jobs.
Skilled, certified welders can find work on construction sites, in petroleum-related industries, and in many jobs where heavy equipment is used. Welding, soldering and brazing workers held about 452,000 jobs in 2002 and of these, about two out of every three were in manufacturing.
Occupational endorsements are programs of study designed to give students intensive training in a specific occupational field.
Typically an occupational endorsement is less than 30 credits, and is not an eligible program for financial aid.
Degree Requirements (2015-2016 Catalog)
|Minimum Credit Hours||18|
|WELD||S160||Welding Orientations Lab||3|
|WELD||S161||Welding Preparations, Quality, and Oxyfuel Cutting||3|
|WELD||S162||Shielded Metal Arc Welding Basics||3|
|WELD||S163||Shielded Metal Arc Welding Groove Welds||3|
|WELD||S260||Introduction to Advanced Welding Techniques||3|
|WELD||S263||Gas Tungsten Arc Welding||3|