welding technology

Students in this program will learn the techniques of oxyacetylene cutting and brazing, Shielded Metal Arc welding (stick) and plasma cutting, Gas Tungsten Arc welding (TIG), Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG), and how to work with different materials.

The program also includes safety, blueprint reading, layout with related math, inspection, testing, materials, trade terminology, and fabrication. Studies as related to structural fabrication, oil-gas industrial field pipe welding, and other industrial practices, including selection of appropriate welding process for the job task will be included in the curriculum.

career majors

Please note that Career Majors may not be available at all campuses.

Please download the Student Handbook - Major Addendum located on the Students tab for specific campus offerings. They are identified under the Career Majors with Course Listing section of that booklet.
Combination Welder-NCCER Aligned
1050 | Financial Aid is available!
Construction Welder
420
Entry Level Welder
525
GTAW Structural Welder
390
Pipe Welder
915 | Financial Aid is available!
SMAW Pipe Welder
750 | Financial Aid is available!
SMAW Structural Welder - NCCER Aligned
480
Structural and Pipe Welder
1425 | Financial Aid is available!
Structural Welder
840 | Financial Aid is available!
Welder/Fitter
1050 | Financial Aid is available!

organizations

Graduates of this Program are given the opportunity to certify with the Oklahoma State Department of Labor and the American Welding Society.

Build leadership and team skills through our student organization. SkillsUSA is a national non-profit organization serving more than 280,000 high school and college students and professional members enrolled in training programs in trade, technical and skilled service occupations.