Certificate (Certificate Program) - 30 Credit Hours
The Welding Specialist Certificate includes thirty semester hours of study and can be completed by the full-time student in two semesters. It provides additional welding skill, as well as enrichment in related areas such as drafting, machine trades, industrial safety and mathematics. The graduate is prepared for entry level employment as a production or maintenance welder.
Recommended Electives: MACTR 110, 121; PHYS 104; MAT 109; WLDTR 240.
|Recommended Course Sequence:|
Fall Semester 1:
Spring Semester 1:
|Required General Education Courses|
|ENGL 110||COMPOSITION I||3|
|Required Program Courses|
|MAT 106||APPLIED ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY||4|
|MECTK 106||BASIC DRAFTING||2|
|WLDTR 111||WELDING BLUEPRINT READING||3|
|WLDTR 112||WELDING THEORY I||1|
|WLDTR 121||STICK WELDING I||1|
|WLDTR 122||STICK WELDING II||1|
|WLDTR 123||STICK WELDING III||1|
For Program Information Contact:
Agricultural and Industrial Technologies Department
AIT Building, Rm. 209
(309) 694-5510 or (309) 694-5171
% of students who graduated in 2012 is suppressed to protect the privacy of our graduates.
Median Loan Debt: This information is suppressed to protect the privacy of our graduates.
Full Time Employed: 67%
Possible Occupations: Welding, Soldering, & Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders, Soldering & Brazing Machine Setters & Set-Up Operators, Soldering & Brazing Machine Operators & Tenders, Welders & Cutters, Welders, Production, Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers, Tool & Die Makers, Patternmakers, Metal & Plastic, Brazers, Solderers, Welding Machine Setters & Set-Up Operators, Welder-Fitters, Welding Machine Operators & Tenders, Model Makers, Metal & Plastic.