Code 259 - 62 Credits
Welding is the most common way of permanently joining metal parts. Through welding, heat is applied to metal pieces, melting and fusing them to form a permanent bond. There are a variety of welding processes including stick, MIG and TIG. The Industrial Welding core curriculum at Kellogg Community College prepares students to weld a variety of metals in various positions using each of these processes. Students may pursue either a Certificate or an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Industrial Welding.
Modules within the curriculum cover:
- Advanced Arc Welding
- Brazing and Soldering
- Cutting Processes
- Gas Metal Arc Welding
- Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
- Oxyacetylene Welding
- Pipe Welding
- Shielded Metal Arc Welding
- Special Applications/Fabrication
- Welding Metallurgy
In order to earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Industrial Welding students must complete sixty-two (62) credits. These credits must be taken from three categories: core curriculum, general education electives, and technical electives.
Industrial Trades curricula are offered in a non-traditional, modular format. Module descriptions are not listed in the catalog. For more information about Industrial Trades modules go to the Industrial Trades page at http://www.kellogg.edu/academics/areasofstudy/manufacturing-skilled-trades-applied-technology/.
Industrial Trades Orientation
All students interested in taking Industrial Trades modules must complete one or more core curriculum orientation. The orientation is a core curriculum prerequisite. Students will not be able to register for modules until the orientation is completed.