The Combination Welding program is designed to provide the student with the necessary knowledge and skills appropriate for employment in the areas of electric and oxyacetylene welding.
Students completing this program should have sufficient preparation to become certified welders.
|First Semester||Credit Hours|
|MAT 121||Technical Mathematics||3|
|WEL 122||Maintenance Welding||3|
|WEL 123||Arc Welding I||3|
|WEL 125||Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG)||3|
|WEL 160||Introduction to Welding||3|
|Second Semester||Credit Hours|
|WEL 124||Arc Welding II and Low Hydrogen||5|
|WEL 128||Pipe Welding||3|
|WEL 129||Tig Welding||2|
|WEL 131||Blueprint Reading for Welding||3|
|OSH 102||OSHA General Industry||2|