Total Units for the Associate in Science Degree: 60 Units
Required Core Courses: 24 Units

Course Number Course Title Total Units
WT 20  WT-20 Power Plant & Field Pipe Welding I3
WT-21  WT-21 Power Plant & Field Pipe Welding II3
WT 22  WT 22 Power Plant & Field Pipe Welding III3
WT 23  WT 23 Power Plant & Field Pipe Welding IV3
WT 36  WT-36 Welding Theory & Practice - Oxyacetylene3
WT-37  WT-37 Welding Theory & Practice – Shielded Metal Arc Welding3
WT 38  WT-38 Welding Theory & Practice – Gas Metal ArcWelding3
WT 39  WT-39 Welding Theory & Practice – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding3
Required Electives: 18 Units
BUS-25  BUS-25 Small Business Management3
IT-22 IT-22 Operations, Maintenance and Safety1
IT-72  IT-72 Facilities Maintenance - Welding2
WT 42  WT-42 Intermediate Shielded Metal Arc Welding3
WT-43  WT-43 Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding3
WT-44  WT-44 Gas Metal Arc Welding3
WT-45  WT-45 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding3
WT-51  WT-51 Blueprint and Symbol Reading for Welders2
WT-52  WT-52 Robotic Operations and Programming3
WT-53  WT-53 Robotic Welding Operations and Programming (Advanced)3

General Education Requirements: 18 Units

Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Associate in Science Degree Welding Technology, the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate the safe setup and application of various welding and cutting processes to specific metals and joint designs, which meet or exceed industry standards and the American Welding Society Structural Welding Code, DI.1.
2. Define integrity and its importance to business stakeholders.
3. Interpret technical information used on industrial working and assembly drawings.
4. Safely power up the controller and jog the robot in world and joint mode within a work cell.