Welding and Metal Fabrication Technology

Associate of Applied Science

Suggested Plan of Study
Welding and Metal Fabrication Technology Associate of Applied Science

 

This is a Fall start program only.

 

Required Courses Credits
CAPP 120 Introduction to Computers 3
COMX 106 Communicating in a Dynamic Workplace 3
M 114 Extended Technical Mathematics 3
WLDG 117 Blueprint Reading and Welding Symbols 3
WLDG 124 Welding Theory, Technology and Safety 3
WLDG 125 Cutting and Shielded Metal Arc Welding Lab 5
WLDG 126 Shielded Metal Arc Welding Lab 4
WLDG 153 Metal Fabrication Basics 2
WLDG 154 Metal Babrication Basics Lab 3
WLDG 156 Semi-Automatic Welding 2
WLDG 157 Semi-Automatic and SMAW Lab 5
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 122 Introduction to Business Writing 3
Total minimum credits required 67
Suggested Elective
WLDG 298 Internship/Cooperative Education 3-9

 

In order to take the first semester of WLDG courses, students must prove their skills in Reading Comprehension and Writing.  For more information, please contact the Advising Office.

First Semester Credits
WRIT 122 3
WLDG 117 3
WLDG 124 3
WLDG 125 5
WLDG 126 4
Total 18
Second Semester Credits
M 114 3
WLDG 153 2
WLDG 154 3
WLDG 156 2
WLDG 157 5
Total 16
Summer Credits
WLDG 298 (optional) 3-9
Total 3-9
Third Semester Credits
CAPP 120 3
WLDG 205 3
WLDG 212 5
WLDG 213 5
WLDG 215 2
Total 18
Fourth Semester Credits
COMX 106 3
WLDG 250 2
WLDG 251 5
WLDG 280 2
WLDG 281 3
Total 15

 

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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.