10 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0250
Welding is a skill used by various trades and welding applications that range from sculptures by home hobbyist to heavy metal fabrication of bridges, ships, and many other projects. The Welding Certificate follows the standards of American Welding Society (AWS) and covers training of the four welding systems including electric arc, oxy-fuel, gas metal arc, and gas tungsten arc welding processes with emphasis on OSHA operational safety requirements. Welders are employed in shipyards, manufacturing, building and construction, industrial maintenance, repair shops and more. This certificate can be completed in one semester.
|Courses for a Certificate|
|MFG 102||Industrial Drafting and Design||3|
|MFG 110||Introduction to Machining||3|
|MFG 120||Introduction to Welding||4|