Certificate of Applied Science
Suggested Plan of Study
Welding for Energy Technology Certificate of Applied Science
This is a Fall start program only.
|CAPP 120 Introduction to Computers||3|
|COMX 106 Communicating in a Dynamic Workplace||3|
|M 111 Technical Mathematics||3|
|WLDG 205 Applied Metallurgy||2|
|WLDG 212 Pipe Welding and Layout||3|
|WLDG 213 Pipe Welding I Lab||5|
|WLDG 215 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding||5|
|WLDG 250 Metals Production||2|
|WLDG 251 Specialty Welding Processes||5|
|WLDG 280 Weld Testing Certification||2|
|WLDG 281 Weld Testing Certification Lab||3|
|WRIT 104 Workplace Communications||3|
|Total minimum credits required||39|
|Students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.|
Entrance requirement for the Welding for Energy Technology Certificate of Applied Science is successful completion of the Welding and Metal Fabrication Certificate of Applied Science, equivalent professional industry certifications, and/or evaluation by qualified City College faculty of applicable work experience.
NOTE: This is a general program overview. For specific graduation requirements, please refer to the City College at MSU Billings catalog and visit with an academic or faculty advisor.