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Welding and Fabrication

Associate of Applied Science

Learn various welding and pipe fabrication techniques.

Program/Major Codes: AASWELDING/WLD1

Title IV Financial Aid eligible: Yes

What can I do with this degree?

Career Options:  Entry-level employment as a welder.

Academic Options:  This program may apply toward a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS). See an advisor.

Program Requirements 2018-2019
  

General Education Requirements

This section lists general education requirements that are not fulfilled by core or support courses.* A grade of C or better is required for graduation.

Credits
CTE Arts and Humanities Requirement 3
CTE Social and Behavioral Science Requirement
  Recommend: ANT/ARC 205 or HIS 101
3
Subtotal 6

Required Core Courses

A grade of C or better is required for graduation.

Course # Course Title Credits
MAC 275 Applied Metallurgy 4
WLD 110 Basic Arc and Oxyacetylene Welding 4
WLD 115 Blueprint Reading/Estimating 4
WLD 160 Arc Welding 4
WLD 250 Pipe Welding 4
WLD 261 Gas Metal Arc Welding 4
WLD 262 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 4
WLD 263 Layout and Fabrication Welding 4
Subtotal 32

Required Support Courses

A grade of C or better is required for graduation.

Course # Course Title Credits
CAD 101 Computer-Aided Drafting 4
CMN 120 Business and Professional Communications 3
GTM 105 Applied Technical Mathematics 3
GTW 101 Writing for Trades and Technical Occupations 3
STU 100 College Success and Career Planning 1
Technical Electives: Complete 9 credit hours from the following:
BCT, CAD, CSA, MAC, MGT, WLD
9
Subtotal 23
Total 61

* Other general education requirements are fulfilled by required core and support courses: Communication - GTW 101; Mathematics or Science - GTM 105; Other - CMN 120; Special - CMN 120. 

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