Undergraduate Certificate, Welding
- Mission Statement
The Undergraduate Technology Certificate programs provide entry-level skills in Welding, Construction and Occupational Safety and Health.
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This program has been defined as a gainful employment program. For more information about the education debt, earnings and completion rates of students who attend this program, please see the gainful employment disclosure.
Upon completion of this program, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills required in today's metal fabrication and structural welding environments.
- Demonstrate applications of specifications and welding procedures to specific job tasks.
- Demonstrate safe work habits by assessing hazards and using best practices to avoid exposure to risk of injury, and to avoid damaging equipment.
Welding Certificate Requirements: 30 - 31 Credits
- CM A101 Introduction to CADD for Building Construction or CIS A105 Intro to Personal Computers and Application Software
- HUMS A153 Human Relations or HUMS A155 Human Relations in the Workplace
- MATH A101 Technical Math or MATH A105 Intermediate Algebra
- OSH A101 Introduction to Occupational Safety and Health
- PRPE A108 Introduction to College Writing or ENGL A111 Methods of Written Communication
- TECH A295 Technical Internship
- WELD A112 Shielded Metal Arc Welding
- WELD A114 Welding of High Strength Steel
- WELD A157 Technical Drawing for Welders
- WELD A190 Selected Topics in Welding
Upon completion of this certificate program, students are prepared for an entry-level Welding Technician position.
Use hand-welding, flame-cutting or brazing equipment to weld metal components or fill holes or seams of fabricated metal products safely and efficiently.
The average wage of a welder is about $30 per hour.
Alaska's employment growth is moderate with high employment opportunities.