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Industrial Welding Technology
A future that will spark your interest
After a 19 year absence from the campus
welding was reintroduced in 2002 in a joint IET
Technical Department initiative
The 16 station lab supports multi-process
instruction in all common welding processes
Stations such as this feature inverter welding technology
and will support SMAW, GMAW, MIG and TIG processes
Our program offers 12 on-campus and 4 off campus sections serving
over 120 students per semester.
Classes are also offered at GAVC and WILCO Career Centers
Unlike many of JJC’s occupational programs welding is not only a stand
alone skill but a required skill to support industrial maintenance
personnel, machinists, automotive repairers, electrical tradesmen ,
Pipefitters, and agricultural mechanics to name just a few.
Industrial Welding Technology
Associate in Applied Science
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The Associate Degree Industrial Welding Technology Program is
designed to prepare the student for high demand occupations in the
industrial welding sector. Students will have the opportunity to
design a course of study to prepare them for occupations in the
maintenance, structural or pipe welding (at the certification level)
fields. Manpower surveys indicate a continued need for skilled
welders and multi-craft maintenance technicians throughout our
district. Welding technologies and skills are in high demand across a
number of industry sectors that include machine tool, industrial
maintenance, construction and automotive. Course work is offered
at convenient class times at the new state of the art welding facility
located on the main campus and at a number of satellite locations.
Career Program Degree Requirements
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General Education Requirements .................................................................15 semester hours
Must include the following:
ENG 130..........................….Technical Writing and Communication or
ENG 101...............................Rhetoric
CIS 124.................................Beginning Microcomputer Applications
**MATH 107.............................Technical Mathematics 1
**MATH 108.............................Technical Mathematics 2
Social Science Elective
** NOTE: Higher level can be substituted
Requirements for concentration in Industrial Welding Technology 31 semester hours
Required Courses
WELD 114 Shielded Metal Arc Welding I (Basic)
WELD 115 Shielded Metal Arc Welding II (Flat and Horizontal)
WELD 116 Shielded Metal Arc Welding III (Vertical)
WELD 117 Shielded Metal Arc Welding IV (Advanced Vertical)
WELD 127 Shielded Metal Arc Welding V (Overhead)
WELD 121 Oxygen Acetylene Welding I (Cutting)
WELD 122 Oxygen Acetylene Welding and Brazing II
WELD 131 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding I (Mild Steel)
WELD 132 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II (Aluminum)
WELD 133 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding III (Stainless Steel)
WELD 141 Gas Metal Arc Welding (All Position Welding, Mild Steel and Aluminum)
WELD 142 Flux Cored Arc Welding (new course)
MGMT 103 Occupational Safety and Health
MFG 101 Precision Machine Tool Technology I
MFG 115 Blueprint Reading for Welding & Metalworking
MFG 120 Physical Metallurgy
MFG 130 Nondestructive Testing
18 Hours of Technical Electives
from any Technical field
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Technical Electives 18 semester hours from any Technical
elective with consent of advisor/coordinator.
Suggested electives:
WELD 118 Pipe Welding I (Horizontal-Fixed Position)
WELD 119 Pipe Welding II (Horizontal Position)
WELD 120 Pipe Welding III (Vertical Position)
WELD 130 Pipe Welding IV (45 Fixed Position)
WELD 123 Oxygen Acetylene Welding III
WELD 124 Oxygen Acetylene Welding IV
WELD 128 Shielded Metal Arc Welding VI (Advanced Overhead)
WELD 134 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding IV (Individual Problems
WELD 218 Industrial Pipe Fabrication and Layout (new course)
Total Required Hours...............................................64 credit
hours
Certificate of Achievement - TE900
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General Education Requirements................................6 semester hours
ENG 130 Technical Writing and Communications
MATH 107 Technical Mathematics I
Required Courses ............................................................................... 24
BLPR 100 Blueprint Reading for Welding & Metalworking
MGMT 103 Occupational Safety and Health
WELD 114 Arc Welding I (Beginning)
WELD 115 Arc Welding II (Flat and Horizontal)
WELD 116 Arc Welding III (Vertical)
WELD 117 Arc Welding IV (Advanced Vertical)
WELD 118 Pipe Welding I (Horizontal-Fixed Position)
WELD 119 Pipe Welding II (Horizontal Position)
WELD 120 Pipe Welding III (Vertical Position)
WELD 121 Oxygen Acetylene Welding I (Cutting)
WELD 122 Oxygen Acetylene Welding II
WELD 123 Oxygen Acetylene Welding III
WELD 131 Welding (Heliarc) I (Mild Steel)
WELD 141 Semi-Automatic Welding (MIG)
(All Position Welding, Mild Steel and Aluminum)
Total Required Hours ................................................ 30
NOTE: The following electives may be substituted for other welding courses:
WELD 124 Oxygen Acetylene Welding IV
WELD 127 Arc Welding V (Overhead)
WELD 128 Arc Welding VI (Advanced Overhead)
WELD 130 Pipe Welding IV (45 Fixed Position)
WELD 132 Welding (Heliarc) II (Aluminum)
WELD 133 Welding (Heliarc) III (Stainless Steel)
WELD 134 Welding (Heliarc) IV (Individual Problems)
Participants in our first welding competition
for high schools students
Students from GAVC, WILCO, JTHS, and Lincolnway
participated to earn college credit and prizes. The program
was co-sponsored by Midwest Welding Supply and the JJC
Tech Prep program
Safety: First and Foremost
Safe operating procedures are the basis of
all of our coursework
Student demonstrates welding using the Oxygen
Acetylene process
WELD 218 a new course in our curriculum
covers the basics of fabricated pipe
construction.
Aim High
for a great Career in Welding
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