Certificate: 24 credits
Program Contact: Division of Technical Programs, (815) 921-3000
Graduates are adept in the various welding types, including gas, shielded metal arc (STICK), metal inert gas (MIG), flux core, and tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. Welding certification can be acquired in one or more welding processes.
In today’s metalworking industry, welding is rapidly becoming the most commonly used method of joining metals. Opportunities exist in the steel fabrication, plumbing and pipefitting, construction, automotive, nuclear, and sheet metal industries, as well as in facilities maintenance.
*Students are required to furnish their own personal protective equipment.
Select one course from the following:
|WLD-159||Arc Welding - Bellhole/Pipe||(3)|
|WLD-161||Arc Welding - Arkansas/Pipe||(3)|
|WLD-175||Certification Qualification Prep||(3)|
|WLD-181||Special Topics Welding||(1)|
|WLD-182||Internship in Welding Technology||(1)|
|WLD-180||Independent Study in Welding||(1)|
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