Welding Associate Degree
Where To Go From Here
Graduates of this program develop the knowledge, understanding and techniques needed to produce quality weldments. Students gain knowledge of various materials and an understanding of the effects that heat and stress have on welded materials. Students should develop sufficient skills for American Welding Society Certification.
Why This Degree
Students who earn an associate of applied science degree will be prepared for entry-level career opportunities in the manufacturing industry in positions such as brazing and soldering workers. Welding can be the stepping stone to continuing study at the bachelor-degree level and landing a job as a welding engineer earning $54,870 to $148,840 per year.