Available on South Campus Only
About the Field
Welding technology involves binding products that contain metal, such as:
- Building structures
- Heavy machinery
- Various manufacturing products
More than 90 different welding processes that require wide variations in equipment are used today.
Areas of Study
Upon successfully completing our 2-year program, you will earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree. You will be prepared for employment as welding technicians who understand weld inspection processes and are qualified to enter a supervisory position.
You may also choose to participate in one of our Certificate of Completion programs that can be completed in less time and that teaches you the entry-level skills of production welders.
Doug Barnett, Welding Coordinator
Jean Yanes, Career and Technical Education Advisor
Updated April 13, 2016