Welding Career Programs

The job of a welder is to permanently join metal parts. Some welders work in the construction industry applying their trade to buildings, bridges, pipelines and more. The majority work in manufacturing, many of them on the assembly of things such as boilers, heavy equipment like bulldozers, large machinery, trucks and ships. There are four basic welding processes, and the equipment and skills for each differ. Welders apply the science of joining metal with the art and hand-eye coordination required to make a good weld.
Associate in Applied Science Degrees:
Certificates of Achievement:
Welding (893C)