Welding/Fabrication Technology - Level 2 Intermediate (WEL.LV2.CT)


Engineering/Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

Auburn Hills Campus

This certificate further enhances student skills in welding and fabrication.  The certificate also allows students the chance to attain nationally recognized certifications through the Lincoln Electric LEEPS/National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) program, and prepares students to enter the occupation as a welder/fabricator.

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Major Requirements
Complete Level I Fundamentals program (WEL.LV1.CA). Consists of the following 4 courses.14
Industrial Print Reading3
Welding Fundamentals3
Basic Welding4
Fabrication Basics4
WEL 2500Advanced Welding5
WEL 2600Welding of Advanced Materials5
WEL 2700Welding and Fabrication Capstone5
Required Supportive Courses
MSE 1000Material Science Fundamentals-Metallurgy3
or MSE 1200 Welding Metallurgy3
and choose one or more from the following:3-4
Small Business Basics3
Introduction to CAD4
Fundamentals for the Drafting Industry3
Introduction to Machine Tools3
Total Credit Hours35-36

A minimum cumulative 2.00 grade point average (GPA) overall is required for graduation. 

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