Nov 21, 2018  
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Engineering Technology - Welding and Fabricating, AAS


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Program Code: AASEW
ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED ARTS AND SCIENCE DEGREE

Welding has become a nearly universal process in manufacturing, construction, agriculture and various service industries. It also has many personal uses in terms of home and workshop projects as well as applications in the field of art.

This program will provide the student with a technical background in the welding field in addition to entry-level (or above) employment skills in the following:  Oxyacetylene Welding, Brazing and Cutting (OAW), Electric Arc Welding (SMAW), TIG Welding (GTAW) as well as introduction to CAD and Mechatronics.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES/OBJECTIVES:

When students complete this program, they will be able to:

  1. pass an A.W.S. certification test in multiple processes in multiple positions
  2. interpret complex engineering drawings
  3. fabricate weldments in accordance to engineering drawings.

Suggested Course Sequence


2nd Semester - 17/21-23 Credit/Contact Hours


3rd Semester - 16/25 Credit/Contact Hours


4th Semester - 16/23-25 Credit/Contact Hours


Total Credit/Total Contact Hours = 62/90-94


*Students have the option of taking MTH 112  as a replacement for MTH 110  and MTH 111 . Students must complete a minimum of 62 credits for degree completion.

All Welding courses (except ETW 170  and ETW 270 ) are taught on an individualized, self-paced, open lab basis with flexible class times, available both day and evenings.

 

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