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Welding

Description: The Welding Program of Study provides instruction in shielded metal arc welding in the overhead, horizontal, and vertical positions.

GPA Requirement: Minimum 2.0 GPA

Salary: Average Salary in Georgia for Welders - $42,610 (Source: O*Net Online)

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TCCs and Courses

FS31 Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welder

  • WELD 1000 - Introduction to Welding Technology (4)
  • WELD 1010 - Oxyfuel and Plasma Cutting (4)
  • WELD 1040 - Flat Shielded Metal Arc Welding (4)
  • Program: 12 Credit Hours

GTA1 Gas Tungsten Arc Welder (will need to go to ATC)

  • WELD 1000 - Introduction to Welding Technology (4)
  • WELD 1010 - Oxyfuel and Plasma Cutting (4)
  • WELD 1110 - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (4)
  • Program: 4 Additional credit hours

GM31 Gas Metal Arc Welder (will need to go to ATC)

  • WELD 1000 - Introduction to Welding Technology (4)
  • WELD 1010 - Oxyfuel and Plasma Cutting (4)
  • WELD 1090 - Gas Metal Arc Welding (4)
  • XXXX xxxx - Occupational Elective (3)
  • Program: 7 Additional Credit Hours

OSM1 Advance Shielded Metal Arc Welder

  • WELD 1050 - Horizontal Shielded Metal Arc Welding (4)
  • WELD 1060 - Vertical Shielded Metal Arc Welding (4)
  • WELD 1070 - Overhead Shielded Metal Arc Welding (4)
  • Program: 12 Credit Hours

*While only two TCCs are required for graduation, students have the option to earn up to four TCCs with each being fully funded through Dual Enrollment Funding and HOPE Career Grant Funding.

 

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