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Welding - Evening
Certificate of Completion

Purpose

Students who complete the following 20 credits will be awarded a certificate of completion in Welding Fundamentals (this certificate can be completed entirely in the evening). These courses will be offered in the evening every fall, winter, and spring quarters.

Program Outcomes

Students who successfully complete this program should be able to:

1. Follow industry safety practices and recognize the effects of welding on health.

2. Set-up and adjust SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, GTAW, and oxy-fuel equipment and accessories.

3. Identify and make repairs to finished welds.

4. Perform 3-G and 4-G AWS- WABO welding code qualification tests.

Fall Quarter, choose one of the following:

WELD 180 Oxyfuel & GTAW 5
WELD 181 Shielded Metal Arc Welding 5
WELD 182 Gas Metal Arc Welding 5
WELD 285 ARC Welding Certification 5

Winter Quarter, choose one of the following:

WELD 180 Oxyfuel & GTAW 5
WELD 181 Shielded Metal Arc Welding 5
WELD 182 Gas Metal Arc Welding 5
WELD 285 ARC Welding Certification 5

Spring Quarter, choose one of the following:

WELD 180 Oxyfuel & GTAW 5
WELD 181 Shielded Metal Arc Welding 5
WELD 182 Gas Metal Arc Welding 5
WELD 285 ARC Welding Certification 5

Summer Quarter, choose one of the following:

WELD 180 Oxyfuel & GTAW 5
WELD 181 Shielded Metal Arc Welding 5
WELD 182 Gas Metal Arc Welding 5
WELD 285 ARC Welding Certification 5

When students complete WELD 180, 181, 182, and 285 for a total of 20 credits, they will receive a certificate of completion.

Estimated Quarterly Program Costs

(subject to change without notice)

Tests: ASSET/COMPASS
$15
Resident Tuition (15 credits) and fixed fees*
$1427
US Citizen Nonresident Tuition (15 credits) and fixed fees*
$1576
Non US Citizen Nonresident Tuition (15 credits) and fixed fees*
$3381
Books and supplies (estimate)
$427
Lab fees
Refer to quarterly class schedule

*Tuition is subject to change due to State Legislative actions

(Updated 2013)