Associate in Applied Science Degree
This program has been replaced by Welding Technology Associate in Applied Science Degree (APWLDF). Students currently enrolled need to complete it by the end of the Spring/Summer 2019 semester.
If you have questions about this program please contact a program advisor or contact a general student advisor.
Some employers require or prefer employees to have an associate degree as a condition for employment or for advancement. Students can earn an AAS in Welding by completing the requirements listed below.
Eastern Michigan University, several BS degrees;
Pennsylvania College of Technology, BS degree.
Copies can be obtained from the Counseling Office, a program advisor, or from the Curriculum and Assessment Office Web site: www.wccnet.edu/curriculum/articulation/levelone/colleges.
- Adv Tech/Public Serv Careers
- Welding and Fabrication Dept
- Bradley Hoth
Glenn Kay II
Requirements(Items marked in orange are available online.)
|Elective(s)||Math *||3 - 4|
|WAF 105||Introduction to Welding Processes||2|
|WAF 111||Oxy-fuel Welding||4|
|WAF 112||Shielded Metal Arc Welding||4|
|Total||13 - 14|
|WAF 106||Blueprint Reading for Welders||3|
|WAF 123||Advanced Oxy-fuel Welding||4|
|WAF 124||Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding||4|
|WAF 215||Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding||4|
|WAF 288||Gas Metal Arc Welding||4|
|Elective(s)||Arts and Humanities||3|
|Elective(s)||Computer and Information Literacy||3|
|Elective(s)||Social and Behavioral Science||3|
|WAF 200||Layout Theory Welding||3|
|WAF 210||Welding Metallurgy||3|
|WAF 226||Specialized Welding Procedures||4|
|WAF 227||Basic Fabrication||3|
|WAF 229||Shape Cutting Operations||3|
|Elective(s)||Natural Sciences||3 - 4|
|Elective(s)||Writing||3 - 4|
|Total||12 - 14|
- Total Credits Required
- 66 - 69
* MTH 157 is recommended.
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