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TMCC College Catalog
B – Degree Programs
Welding Emphasis
MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES DEGREE – ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE
The associate of applied science manufacturing
technologies degree with a welding emphasis gives the
student the training necessary to earn the American
Welding Society structural steel certifications, which
are required for employment in most areas of the
construction and manufacturing fields involving
welding, along with the general education requirements
and employability skills that are sought after by all
employers in the construction and manufacturing
trades.
DEGREE OUTCOMES
Students completing the degree will:
• Fulfill the requirements of the Associate of Applied Science.
• Demonstrate competency in their specified emphasis.
EMPHASIS OUTCOMES
Students completing the emphasis will:
• Be proficient in four major welding processes and prepared for
industry-standard certification.
• Identify and explain technical drawings and apply print reading
techniques required in the welding industry.
• Consistently demonstrate safe and proper use of welding
equipment, power tools, and accessories in the performance of
welding and joinery.
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
DIVERSITY..........................................................(3 CREDITS)
Recommended: AAD 201
COMMUNICATIONS/ENGLISH..................... 6 CREDITS
Recommended: ENG 101, ENG 107
FINE ARTS/HUMANITIES/
SOCIAL SCIENCE................................................ 3 CREDITS
Recommended: AAD 201
HUMAN RELATIONS. .....................................(3 CREDITS)
Human Relations requirement is satisfied through embedded
curriculum in MPT 140, OSH 222, WELD 211, 212, 221, 222 courses.
MATHEMATICS.................................................(3 CREDITS)
Mathematics requirement is satisfied through embedded curriculum
in DFT 110, MPT 140, WELD 211, 212, 221, 222 courses.
SCIENCE................................................................ 3 CREDITS
Recommended: MTT 150
U.S. AND NEVADA CONSTITUTIONS......... 3 CREDITS
TOTALGENERAL
EDUCATIONREQUIREMENTS.............15CREDITS
CORE REQUIREMENTS
DFT 110 Print Reading for Industry..............................................3
MPT 140 Quality Control...............................................................3
OSH 222 General Industry Safety.................................................1
TOTALCOREREQUIREMENTS............... 7CREDITS
EMPHASIS REQUIREMENTS
IS 101 Introduction to Information Systems.............................3
WELD 211 Welding I.......................................................................3
WELD 212 Welding I Practice..........................................................2
WELD 221 Welding II......................................................................3
WELD 222 Welding II Practice.........................................................2
WELD 231 Welding III.....................................................................3
WELD 232 Welding III Practice........................................................2
WELD 241 Welding IV.....................................................................3
WELD 242 Welding IV Practice........................................................2
TOTALEMPHASISREQUIREMENTS..23CREDITS
ELECTIVE REQUIREMENTS
Choose 15 credits from the following:
ENRG 110 Basic Electricity..............................................................3
MTT 101 Introduction to Machine Shop. ......................................3
MTT 105 Machine Shop I..............................................................3
MTT 150 Metallurgy I...................................................................3
WELD 101 Basic Metals...................................................................3
WELD 250 Welding Certification Preparation.. ............................1-9
WELD 290 Internship in Welding.................................................1-8
TOTALELECTIVEREQUIREMENTS.....15CREDITS
TOTALDEGREEREQUIREMENTS. .. 60CREDITS
Recommended courses are listed in the course sequence;
however, other courses may apply. Please see an advisor
or the department.
SUGGESTEDCOURSE SEQUENCE
First Year
Course #
Title
Credits
1st Semester
Elective
Choose from list
3
Core
DFT 110
Print Reading for Industry
3
English
ENG 101
Composition I
3
Core
OSH 222 General Industry Safety
1
Emphasis
WELD 211 Welding I
3
Emphasis
WELD 212 Welding Practice I
2
Total 15
2nd Semester
Elective
Choose from list
6
Communications
ENG 107
Technical Communications I
3
Core
MPT 140
Quality Control
3
Emphasis
WELD 221 Welding II
3
Emphasis
WELD 222 Welding II Practice
2
Total 17
Second Year
Course #
Title
Credits
1st Semester
Humanities/ Diversity AAD 201
History of the Built Environment
3
U.S. andNevada
Constitutions
Elective
See approved list
3
Emphasis
IS 101
Introduction to Information Systems 3
Emphasis
WELD 231 Welding III
3
Emphasis
WELD 232 Welding III Practice
2
Total 14
2nd Semester
Elective
Choose from list
6
Science
MTT 150
Metallurgy
3
Emphasis
WELD 241 Welding IV
3
Emphasis
WELD 242 Welding IV Practice
2
Total 14
Degree Total 60
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