Additional information available on the Welding Department website.
Recommended basic skills courses are
- College Readiness in English
- College Readiness for Quantitative Literacy
Training in welding is offered to those who wish to learn basic welding skills or to upgrade their knowledge in welding and fabrication. All welding classes are offered on a self-paced basis. Classes use course outlines, books, videos, and instructor-assisted instruction with practical hands-on training. Various types and thicknesses of material are welded in all positions with different welding processes. Courses in ornamental ironwork are also available. The degree program provides students with additional competencies in welding which will enhance their upward mobility.
Students are required to purchase personal protective equipment, tools, and textbooks. Students will receive a list of necessary equipment and books during orientation the first day of the course in which they enroll.
Students may complete deficiencies concurrently with the beginning courses in the program. Students not meeting a course prerequisite must have instructor permission to enroll.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Welding degree program, students should be able to:
- Maintain a safe work environment by understanding and following Welding shop safety requirements
- Read and interpret an industry standard blueprint by generating a part
- Produce a multiple pass t-joint weldment in the 2F position utilizing the (SMAW) Shielded Metal Arc Welding process
- Produce a Stainless Steel t-joint weldment in the 2F position utilizing the (GTAW) Gas Tungsten Arc Welding process