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Flux Cored Arc Welding Certificate Program

The Flux Cored ARC Welding (FCAW) Technical certificate program prepares an individual for employment within the welding and fabrication industry as well as similar working environments where FCAW applications are required.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The demand for trained welders is great, with many well paying job opportunities available upon program completion.

LICENSURE

There is no specific licensure that applies to either welding program. However, graduates of this program would be better prepared to qualify for select industry certifications and those employers conduct.

ADMISSIONS CRITERIA

FLUX CORED ARC WELDING CURRICULUM

The standard curriculum for the Flux Cored ARC Welding (FCAW) certificate program is designed for the quarter system. Students are encouraged to begin the program in the Fall quarter to maximize their progress toward completion. However, students may begin the program any quarter. The program generally takes 3 quarters to complete. To graduate, students must earn a minimum of 18 credit hours.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE CREDITS
OCCUPATIONAL COURSES 18
WLD 100* Introduction to Welding 6
WLD 101* Oxyfuel Cutting 4
WLD 103* Blueprint Reading 3
WLD 153* Flux Cored Arc Welding 5

 

* "C" or higher is required for designated courses.
(OL) designation indicates course is available online in selected quarters.

PROGRAM COSTS

(Costs are estimates and are subject to change.)

Tuition/Fees: $810

Books/Supplies: $325