Program Learning Outcomes: Students will demonstrate the skills necessary to read engineering drawings and solve technical mathematics problems as they relate to welding tasks. Students will complete introductory and advanced level welding projects using various techniques and procedures. Students will discuss metallurgical concepts, heat treating procedures, and machine tool technology concepts.
|PREREQUISITE COURSES||REQUIRED COURSES FOR CERTIFICATE||UNITS|
|ENGR 102||Engineering Print Reading for Industry||2|
|WELD 121||General Welding||3|
|WELD 121 or equivalent||WELD 122||General Welding||3|
|WELD 123||Occupational Welding||3|
|WELD 124||Occupational Welding||3|
|WELD 117 or 121 or equivalent||WELD 125||Advanced Welding Procedures||1|
|MTLGY 150||Principles of Metallurgy and Heat Treating||3|
|Choose 6 units from the following|
|BUSAD 158||Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3|
|MACH 107||Machine Practice I||2|
|MACH 107||MACH 112||Machine Practice III||1|
|T ED 140||Fundamentals of Engineering Documentation||3|
|WELD 117 or 118 or 125 or related occupational experience||WELD 126||Occupational Welding Certificate Shop||1|
|TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED||24|
NOTE: ADDITIONAL COURSEWORK MIGHT BE REQUIRED IF PREREQUISITES ARE NOT MET. SEE A COUNSELOR TO PREPARE A STUDENT EDUCATIONAL PLAN.
GCC Catalog 2014-2015
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