Welding (WELD) Mission Statement

To prepare students to work safely and proficiently in 
the welding field by teaching them the most recent 
technical, structural, scientific, ethical skills 
and standards required and expected 
of a welding professional.
Welding (WELD) Student Learning Outcomes

1. Have a basic understanding of safety, hand and power tools. 

2. Apply principles of oxyacetylene welding, cutting, and brazing. 

3. Understand basic knowledge and skill with GMAW, SMAW, GTAW,        and FCAW processes. 

4. Perform hands-on basic SMAW welding utilizing E6010 and 
     E7018 electrodes on pad of beads, lap joints, tee joints, and butt 
     joints in all positions. 

5. Perform hands-on basic GMAW welding on pad of beads, lap joints,        tee joints, and butt joints in all positions.
 
6. Perform hands-on basic GTAW welding on pad of beads, lap joints,          tee joints, and butt joints in all positions. 

7. Perform hands-on basic FCAW welding on pad of beads, lap joints,         tee joints, and butt joints in all positions. 

8. Demonstrate blueprint reading. 

9. Understand basic properties and classification of metals.