MIG Welding ASSC

The MIG Welding certificate consists of 24 credit hours of training that provides the student with the education and skills to become a MIG (Gas Metal ARC) welder in today’s modern manufacturing industry. Upon completion of this series, a student will have knowledge in good health and safety practices and welding codes and standards. Completers will be able to define and identify gas metal arc welding machines and parts, select proper gas and wire for operations, and make exact measurements. Eads, bead patterns and joints in all positions will be produced.

REQUIRED COURSES

Number

Title

Hours

COSC 101

Microsoft Office Applications

3

MATH 101

General Mathematics

3

WELD 130

Fundamentals of Welding I

6

WELD 131

Oxyfuel Cutting

3

WELD 140

Blueprint Reading I

3

WELD 132

Gas Metal ARC Welding (MIG)

6

 

Total Semester Hours

24

 

Evaluation Sheets

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013

 

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