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  Oct 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 College Catalog

Welding & Fabricating Technology, AAS


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(DWAF3)

Minimum Credits: 60
Contact Hours: 86-88

Kirtland's Associate in Applied Science—Welding and Fabricating—is designed to provide specialized instruction that is necessary for entry and success in the welding fabricating industry. The curriculum is based upon solid theory and hands-on intensive technical skills. The major core curriculum is based upon current manufacturing practices and use of state-of-the-"arc" technology.

General Education Requirements - 16 credits


Occupational Requirements - 50 credits


AAS Program Credits: 64


Suggested sequencing of courses—Fall start:


Year 1 (Fall) ~ 12 credits


Year 2 (Winter) ~ 10 credits


Year 2 (Summer) ~ 7 credits


Suggested sequencing of courses—Winter start:


Year 1 (Winter) ~ 12 credits


Year 1 (Fall) ~ 12 credits


Year 2 (Fall) ~ 15 credits


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