The Welding Certificate is intended to provide the necessary instruction to enable the student to enter the welding profession in an entry-level position. The curriculum adheres to the national standards established by the American Welding Society entry-level welder program.

Student Outcomes

  • Select the correct electrode classification and parameters for various thicknesses of material and welding positions on ferrous and nonferrous metals.
  • Layout, sheer, cut, form and assemble weldments.

Career Opportunities

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Welding: Fall Semester

AIS 150/155Aaniiih/Nakoda Lang I3
GS 110Finding Place1
M 101Technical Math2
WLD 101Welding Theory2
WLD 102Shielded Arc Welding3
WLD 114MIG Welding3
WLD 2003
Semester Total17

Welding: Spring Semester

BUS 210Workplace Ethics3
WRIT 111Technical Communications2
WLD 104Blueprint Reading2
WLD 180Welding Certification I3
WLD 205Adv Welding and Machining3
WLD 280Welding Certification II3
Semester Total16
Certificate Total33
NOTE: If placement test scores indicate refresher classes are needed, the student’s program will require more than two years to complete. It is imperative that students work closely with their advisors.