Welding Technology

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

Applied Science & Technology Division

The Welding Technology AAS will provide welding courses designed to assist welding professionals by expanding their knowledge base, core competencies and general education. Individually, each course addresses specific workplace situations. Additionally, successful completion of all courses offered demonstrates the student's readiness to take the American Welding Society certification examinations.

Total Hours: 65

First Semester
Credit Hours
CSCI 1101 Introduction to Computers 3.00
WELD 1270 Introduction to Welding Processes 4.00
WELD 1272 Structural Shielded Metal Arc Welding 4.00
WELD 1282 GMAW / GTAW Welding 4.00
WELD 2274 Blueprint Reading 3.00
    18
     
Second Semester
ENGL 1101 Rhetoric and Composition I 1 3.00
WELD 1284 GTAW Welding 3.00
WELD 2240 Metallurgy and Heat Treatment 2.00
WELD 2242 Weld Inspection for Quality Control 2.00
WELD 2275 Advanced Welding 2.00
    12
     
Third Semester
COMM 1101 Principles of Effective Speaking 3.00
INEL 1291 Basic Electronics for Technicians 5.00
MACH 1201 Machining Technology I 4.00
MATH 1201 Technical Mathematics 1 3.00
WELD 2262 Pipe Welding 4.00
    19
     
Fourth Semester
Technical Elective 3.00
IST 1221 Industrial Safety 2.00
PSYC 2101 Introduction to Psychology or PSYC 2106 Human Relations 3.00
WELD 1283 GMAT / GTAW Pipe Welding 4.00
WELD 2285 Pipe Welding II 4.00
    16
     
Technical Electives
COOP 1101 Cooperative Education 4.00
IST 1230 Intro to Robotics 3.00
IST 2220 Industrial Mechanics 4.00
MACH 1202 Machining Technology II 4.00
1Prerequisite course(s) may be required based on results of COMPASS, ASSET , ACT or SAT scores.