Welding - Midland College

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Associate of Applied Science for Welding Technology. Semester I. WLDG 1521 Intro. to Welding Fundamentals. 5. WLDG 1557 Intermediate Shielded Metal. 5.

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The provisions and information set forth in this brochure are intended for informational purposes only and are subject to modification without notice. For additional information see the college catalog, schedule of courses offered, and/or the Midland College website.

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Midland College Applied Technology Division 3600 N. Garfield Midland, TX 79705

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Welding Technology Associate of Applied Science for Welding Technology The Welding program prepares students for careers in welding fabrication, welding manufacturing, and/or welding repair. The curriculum is designed to develop skills, attitudes, and competencies in welding processes including oxy-fuel welding and cutting, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, and shielded metal arc welding. In addition, students will receive training in welding safety, blueprint reading, metallurgy, and layout and fabrication. An Associate of Applied Science Degree and four certificate options are available. The Associate of Applied Science Degree consists of 60-61 semester credit hours and takes approximately two years to complete. Each certificate consists of 14-18 semester credit hours and takes approximately one year to complete. To receive a Welding Technology certificate, students must maintain a 2.5 grade point average. For more information contact the Applied Technology Division. The following is the suggested sequence of courses for the following degree and certificates. A + indicates course which have a prerequisite or co-requisite. However, courses that do not have a prerequisite do not have to be taken in order. For example, WLDG 1421 does not have to be taken before WLDG 1453 since 1421 is not a prerequisite for 1453. Nevertheless, the general sequence should still be followed. Part-time students may require more than four semesters to complete their degrees or certificates. The following options are listed below:

WLDG 1421 WLDG 1457 MCHN 1320 WLDG 1430

WLDG 1453 WLDG 1425 OSHT 1301

Semester I Intro. to Welding Fundamentals Intermediate Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) Precision Tools and Measurements Intro. to Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Humanities/Fine Arts

Semester II Intermediate Layout & Fabrication Intro. to Oxy-Fuel Welding & Cutting Speech/Gen. Educ Course Intro. to Safety & Health (WEB)

Semester III +WLDG 2443 Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding WLDG 1434 Intro. to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding DFTG 1305 Technical Drafting Natural Science/Mathematics2

Semester IV +WLDG Elective +WLDG 2406 Intermediate Pipe Welding Humanities/Fine Arts3 Social/Behavioral Sciences4

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4 4 3 3 14

4 4 3 3-4 14-15

4 4 3 3 14 TOTAL 60-61

Dean Curt Pervier 143 TC 685-4676 Division Secretary Lisa Tanner 143 TC 685-4676 Faculty Dan “Rabbit” Ledbetter TC 189 (432) 685-4681 Scott Cranford ATC 681-6320 Lab Instructor Ken Roland ATC 681-6347 or visit our Website at:

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Basic Welding Certificate Intermediate Welding Certificate Advanced Welding Certificate

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Speech (SPCH) course from the Humanities/Fine Arts section of the General Education Course List from the Natural Science/Mathematics section of the General Education Course List. 3Select form the Humanities/Fine Arts section of the General Education Course List. 4Select from the Social/Behavioral Sciences section of the General Education Course List. 2Select