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Fall 2021
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Shielded Metal Arc Welding: WELD A112 (CRN 75393)

Anthony Cavan M-F 9am-3pm

This 4-credit course will introduce students to the shielded metal arc welding process using mild steel.
(Dual Enrollment Course at Kodiak High School)

 

Welding of High Strength Steel: WELD A114 (CRN 75394)

Anthony Cavan M-F 9am-3pm

This 3-credit course offers advanced skill development in shielded metal arc welding using high strength steel
(Dual Enrollment Course at Kodiak High School)

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Steel Welding & Metal Fabrication: WELD A190

James Selkirk Mondays 7pm-10:20pm at Kodiak Industrial Arts Building (CRN 77155)
This 3-credit course allows students to create a metal product of their choice using various metal fabrication tools and equipment commonly found in a welding shop. This includes access to our CNC Plasma Cutting table and design software.

Anthony Cavan M-F 9am-3pm Dual Enrollment at Kodiak High School (CRN 77156)
Students will design and construct a trailer using the Gas Metal Arc Welding process.  Project includes mild steel and aluminum.

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Gas Metal Arc Welding: WELD A160 (CRN 75396)

Anthony Cavan M-F 9am-3pm

Introduces the Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) process and techniques for students interested in wire-feed welding.
(Dual Enrollment Course at Kodiak High School)

 

Welding of High Strength Steel: WELD A114 (CRN 76862)

Patrick Adams T/R 7pm-10pm at Kodiak Industrial Arts Building

Students develop skills and experience in the Shielded Metal Arc Welding process. This course prepares students for the AWS D1.1 Certification Test offered at the end of the semester.

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Business Foundations: BA A151 (CRN 75344)

Kathrynn Hollis-Buchanan 
Online Delivery  3 Credits

Learn Business your way! Explore the different strategies of creating, financing, marketing, and managing a business in today’s complex global marketplace.

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Intro to Early Education: EDEC A105 (CRN 76859)

Kim Saunders
Hybrid Delivery  3 Credits

Ever thought about being a teacher? Gain an understanding of early childhood theory and its application to childcare settings and education from a local master in her field! The Munartet Project covers tuition and the textbook is free for this Kodiak-based social science GER!

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Intro To Criminal Justice: JUST A110 (CRN 77154)

Kathleen Gambling
T/R 5:30pm-6:45pm  3 Credits

Justice is currently center stage across America!  Learn about the philosophies that have guided the U.S. Justice System to where it is today. Explore the history and purpose of Police Organizations, Court Systems, and Correctional Institutions within our justice system.

 

Kodiak College is committed to supporting local experts! Are you interested in teaching as an Adjunct Instructor for the Career & Technical Education department? Minimal qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree and/or extensive expertise in the subject in which you would like to teach.

View and apply for local adjunct positions - Job No. 515498