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Welding Fabrication, AAS

Location(s): Salem Campus


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In addition to tuition, estimated costs for students who complete the courses listed below are books, $663; class fees, $2,085; universal fees, $3,478; differential fees, $800; equipment and supplies, $1385; and certification test, $440 (optional). Contact the Financial Aid Office at 503.399.5018 to find out if you qualify for help with these costs.

As a graduate of the Welding Fabrication program, you may qualify for positions in business and industry such as machinery fabrication, structural fabrication, welding fitting and layout, automatic and semiautomatic welding, automatic flame cutter operation, millwright welding, plant maintenance, and quality control and development.

The program offers you a background in manufacturing materials, processes, and systems, including shear and press brake operation, blueprint reading, and shop drawing and layout. The curriculum includes written and oral communications and general education classes and emphasizes related scientific, mathematical, and general mechanical principles.

At the end of the third term, you may take a plate certification test. The fee for this test is determined by the number of students involved and the type of test.

You may earn an associate of applied science degree by successfully completing the required 94 credit hours with a grade of “C” or better in all courses.

Manual Milling Processes or Elective Credit Hours: 8 *


Choose Courses From The Following Prefixes: AUM, BT, CAM, DRF, DSL, ELT, GS, MTH, WR

Manual Lathe Processes or Elective Credit Hours: 4 *


Choose Courses From The Following Prefixes: AUM, BT, CAM, DRF, DSL, ELT, GS, MTH, WR

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+Meets related instruction requirement, see Degrees and Certificates . For subject areas, see General Education .

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