Study for Welding Engineering Associate ,Bachelor and Master Degree
Welding is integral to the manufacture of a wide-range of products. This course provides the practical and theoretical knowledge required to become a welding engineer and a materials and joining specialist. The course covers modern welding techniques, automation, metallurgy, materials science, welding processes, weld design, and quality.
The quality of industrial welding work is crucial in many aspects of today's economy. The responsibility of a Welding Engineer is to ensure that appropriate quality assurance systems are in place to monitor welding quality. These technicians have to interpret industry standards and codes, determine which procedures to apply, and perform visual and non-destructive testing associated with welding. They have to evaluate and record test results.
Welding engineering graduate students are employed by a wide range of industries, universities, national laboratories and independent research organizations. Industrial opportunities include power companies, construction, automotive, appliance, consumer items, and much more. Due to the uniqueness of the program, welding engineering graduates are highly sought after, both nationally and internationally
- Associate degree in Welding Engineering Technology
- Bachelors of engineering technology in Welding Engineering
- Masters of engineering technology in Welding Engineering