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Anoka Technical College

Welding options:

  • Basic Welding certificate and Welding Technology diploma at Anoka Tech Campus (day and evening)
  • Basic Welding certificate and Welding Technology diploma at Cambridge-Isanti High School (evening) see section 80, ex: WELD 1006 -80 Oxy-Fuel Processes

The Anoka Technical College Welding Technology program is designed and taught by industry professionals to provide graduates exceptional welding skills for success in the work place. The program is designed as a series of building blocks to provide quick access into a welding career. This flexibility allows students to stop and re-start as their life allows.

1st Semester 2nd Semester 3rd Semester 4th Semester
Basic Certificate Welding Technology Diploma  Fabricator Certificate Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree
17 credits Basic + 17 credits 17 credits Diploma + Fabricator + 15 credits

The Anoka Technical College Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Welding is a 66-credit program designed for individuals seeking a well-rounded welding background.

The Welding program consists of technical courses, specifically designed to develop exceptional welding skills utilizing the major welding processes that are vital to industry.

The technical courses are broken out into semester-long certificates to provide quick access into a welding career.

The degree program also offers a balance of general education courses to complement the welding courses and to provide students with opportunity to capitalize on a broad-based welding education.

Prerequisites

By completing this program, students will achieve the following learning outcomes.

  1. Students will weld to visual acceptance criteria per applicable American Welding Society standards in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, and the shielded Metal Arc Welding process.
  2. Students will prepare weld joints and perform welding operations using welding symbols information.
  3. Students will follow established procedures and policies regarding personal protective gear, shop safety and welding equipment.
  4. Students will visually examine all work for discontinuities and defects with knowledge of industry specification.
  5. Students will work in a team environment and accept constructive criticism.
  6. Students will operate safely and proficiently using Oxy-fuel, Plasma, and Carbon Air Arc equipment.
  7. Students will demonstrate the ability to weld to entry level standard per American Welding Society on carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.

Program Sequence

First Semester

 17
 WELD 1000

 Blueprint I- Lecture

1
 WELD 1001

 Blueprint I - Lab

1
 WELD 1002  Math for Welders

1

Anoka Technical College welding processes join metal parts by fusing
 WELD 1004  Oxy-Fuel Applications

1

 WELD 1006  Oxy-Fuel Processes

1

 WELD 1012  Processes and Power Sources I

3

 WELD 1014  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding I

3

 WELD 1018  Shielded Metal Arc Welding I

3

 WELD 1020

 Gas Metal Arc Welding I- A

1

 WELD 1021

 Gas Metal Arc Welding I- B 2

Second Semester 

17

 WELD 1022  Blueprint Reading II

3

 WELD 1024  Metal Theory I

2

 WELD 1026  Processes and Power Sources II

3

 WELD 1028  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II

3

 WELD 1034  Gas Metal Arc Welding II

3

 WELD 1036  Shielded Metal Arc Welding II

3

Third Semester

17

 WELD 1209  Basic Pipe Welding

3

 WELD 2000  Basic Pip Layout

5

Anoka Technical College welding processes join metal parts by fusing
 WELD 2004  Metals Theory II

3

 WELD 2006  Welding Code Interpretation

2

 WELD 2008  Blueprint Reading III

4

 General Education/MnTC Requirements

15 

Fifteen (15) general education credits of the  are required. Student is required to take:
 MATH 1500  Mathematical Ideas

3

 General Education/MnTC courses

 12 remain credit must be taken from the

12

Graduation Requirements

The Welding program not only provides students with a thorough background in welding and related theory, but also prepares students with the knowledge and skills needed to take three national certification examinations:

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers certification examination;
  • American Petroleum Institute certification examination; and
  • American Welding Society’s Welding Code certification examination.

Transfer Opportunities

The diversification of the welding industry impacts virtually every industry around the globe. From the depth of the world’s oceans to the far-reaching corners of outer space, there is a welding position for every hardworking, ambitious, smart individual who is ready and willing to constantly improve and striving for excellence.

A career choice in welding offers a vast array of options for employment and continuing personal development. Welding is the most common way to permanently join metal parts. Heat is applied to the pieces that are being joined; melting and fusing them together which forms a permanent bond.

Therefore, welding plays a key role in industry production lines, laboratories, research and development, national defense, sales and service, NASCAR and drag racing, custom motorcycle building, artwork, sculptures, pipelines, power plants, refineries, construction, maintenance, repair and much more.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

The Anoka Technical College Basic Welding certificate is a 17-credit program designed for individuals seeking a well-rounded foundation in welding.

The Basic Welding certificate is designed for individuals who want quick access into the welding careers.

Prerequisites

 First Semester  17
 WELD 1000

 Blueprint I- Lecture

1

 WELD 1001

 Blueprint I- Lab

1

 WELD 1002  Math for Welders

1

 WELD 1004  Oxy-Fuel Applications

1

Anoka Technical College welding processes join metal parts by fusing
 WELD 1006  Oxy-Fuel Processes

1

 WELD 1012  Processes and Power Sources I

3

 WELD 1014  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding I

3

 WELD 1018  Shielded Metal Arc Welding I

3

 WELD 1020

 Gas Metal Arc Welding I- A 1

 WELD 1021

 Gas Metal Arc Welding I- B 2

 The Basic Welding certificate is designed to be completed in one semester with day and evening options.

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students seeking an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, diploma or certification must meet the Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher. Please contact your advisor for any further program graduation requirements.

Transfer Opportunities

The diversification of the welding industry impacts virtually every industry around the globe. From the depth of the world’s oceans to the far-reaching corners of outer space, there is a welding position for every hardworking, ambitious, smart individual who is ready and willing to constantly improve and striving for excellence.

A career choice in welding offers a vast array of options for employment and continuing personal development. Welding is the most common way to permanently join metal parts. Heat is applied to the pieces that are being joined; melting and fusing them together which forms a permanent bond.

Therefore, welding plays a key role in industry production lines, laboratories, research and development, national defense, sales and service, NASCAR and drag racing, custom motorcycle building, artwork, sculptures, pipelines, power plants, refineries, construction, maintenance, repair and much more.

Gainful Employment Report

The Anoka Technical College Welding Technology diploma is a 34-credit program (the 34 total credits include 17 credits from the Basic Welding certificate) specifically designed to develop exceptional welding skills utilizing the major welding processes that are vital to industry.  

The Welding Technology diploma integrates theory with technical skills. Through the rigorous curriculum students will develop fundamental knowledge of GMAW, GTAW, SMAW and Oxy fuel welding processes. Blueprint and math ability are incorporated in the coursework. Students will also learn metal comprehension, industry safety practices and related equipment applications.

Prerequisites

By completing this program, students will achieve the following learning outcomes.

  1. Students will weld to visual acceptance criteria per applicable American Welding Society standards in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding and the Shielded Metal Arc Welding process.
  2. Students will prepare weld joints and perform welding operations using welding symbol information.
  3. Students will follow established procedures and policies regarding personal protective gear, shop safety and welding equipment.
  4. Students will visually examine all work for discontinuities and defects with the knowledge of industry specification.
  5. Students will work in a team environment and accept constructive criticism.
  6. Students will operate safely and proficiently using Oxy-fuel, Plasma and Carbon Air Arc equipment.
  7. Students will demonstrate the ability to weld to entry level standard per American Welding Society on carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum

Program Sequence

 First Semester  17
 WELD 1000

 Blueprint I- Lecture

1

 WELD 1001

 Blueprint I- Lab

1
 WELD 1002  Math for Welders

1

 WELD 1004  Oxy-Fuel Appllcations

1

Anoka Technical College welding processes join metal parts by fusing
 WELD 1006  Oxy-Fuel Processes

1

 WELD 1012  Processes and Power Sources I

3

 WELD 1014  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding I

3

 WELD 1018  Shielded Metal Arc Welding I

3

 WELD 1020

 Gas Metal Arc Welding I- A

1

 WELD 1021

 Gas Metal Arc Welding I- B 2

 Second Semester  17
 WELD 1022      Blueprint Reading II  3
 WELD 1024  Metals Theory I  2
 WELD 1026  Processes and Power Sources II  3
 WELD 1028  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II  3
 WELD 1034  Gas Metal Arc Welding II  3
 WELD 1036  Shielded Metal Arc Welding II  3

Graduation Requirements

The Welding program not only provides students with a thorough background in welding and related theory, but also prepares students with the knowledge and skills needed to take the national certification examination:

  • American Welding Society’s Welding Code certification examination.

Transfer Opportunities

The diversification of the welding industry impacts virtually every industry around the globe. From the depth of the world’s oceans to the far-reaching corners of outer space, there is a welding position for every hardworking, ambitious, smart individual who is ready and willing to constantly improve and striving for excellence.

A career choice in welding offers a vast array of options for employment and continuing personal development. Welding is the most common way to permanently join metal parts. Heat is applied to the pieces that are being joined; melting and fusing them together which forms a permanent bond.

Therefore, welding plays a key role in industry production lines, laboratories, research and development, national defense, sales and service, NASCAR and drag racing, custom motorcycle building, artwork, sculptures, pipelines, power plants, refineries, construction, maintenance, repair and much more.

Gainful Employment Report

The Anoka Technical College Fabricator certificate is a 17-credit program offering individuals the opportunity to develop skills necessary for construction, manufacturing, building and fabrication of real weldments. Students entering this certificate program generally have good welding ability, but seek greater application skills.

The courses in the Fabricator certificate serve as the third semester in the program. 

Prerequisites

Program requirement:

Must complete the Welding Technology diploma or be in the Welding AAS.

Course prerequisites:

Completion of  WELD 1022, WELD 1024, WELD 1026, WELD 1028, WELD 1034, and WELD 1036.

Program Sequence

Third Semester of Welding AAS  17
The Fabricator certificate is only offered in the fall semester, during the day.

 WELD 1209  Basic Pipe Welding

3

Anoka Technical College welding processes join metal parts by fusing
 WELD 2000  Basic Pipe Layout

5

 WELD 2004  Metals Theory II

3

 WELD 2006  Welding Code Interpretation

2

 WELD 2008  Blueprint Reading III

4

Graduation Requirements

The Welding program not only provides students with a thorough background in welding and related theory, but also prepares students with the knowledge and skills needed to take three national certification examinations:

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers certification examination;
  • American Petroleum Institute certification examination; and
  • American Welding Society’s Welding Code certification examination.

Transfer Opportunities

The diversification of the welding industry impacts virtually every industry around the globe. From the depth of the world’s oceans to the far-reaching corners of outer space, there is a welding position for every hardworking, ambitious, smart individual who is ready and willing to constantly improve and striving for excellence.

A career choice in welding offers a vast array of options for employment and continuing personal development. Welding is the most common way to permanently join metal parts. Heat is applied to the pieces that are being joined; melting and fusing them together which forms a permanent bond.

Therefore, welding plays a key role in industry production lines, laboratories, research and development, national defense, sales and service, NASCAR and drag racing, custom motorcycle building, artwork, sculptures, pipelines, power plants, refineries, construction, maintenance, repair and much more.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

The Anoka Technical College Welding program offers and advanced Pipe Welding certificate. The 17-credit program  is designed for individuals who already have advanced welding skills and are ready to master the most demanding manual welding discipline.

Pipe Welding certificate graduates have the skills required to master manual pipe welding and obtain the highest paying jobs in welding.

This certificate builds upon the other offers at Anoka Technical College.

Prerequisites

 The Pipe Welding certificate is only offered in the spring semester, during the day. 
 WELD 2012  GMAW 5G & 6G Pipe Welding

2

 WELD 2014  GTAW 5G & 6G Pipe Welding

 5

Anoka Technical College welding processes join metal parts by fusing
 WELD 2016  SMAW 5G & 6G Pipe Welding II

 5

 WELD 2018  Blueprint Reading IV

 5

 TOTAL

17

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students seeking an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, diploma or certification must meet the Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher. Please contact your advisor for any further program graduation requirements.

NOTE: Program plans are subject to change. Please contact your program advisor for the most current program information.

Certification

The Welding program not only provides students with a thorough background in welding and related theory, but also prepares students with the knowledge and skills needed to take three national certification examinations:

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers certification examination;
  • American Petroleum Institute certification examination; and
  • American Welding Society’s Welding Code certification examination.

Transfer Opportunities

The diversification of the welding industry impacts virtually every industry around the globe. From the depth of the world’s oceans to the far-reaching corners of outer space, there is a welding position for every hardworking, ambitious, smart individual who is ready and willing to constantly improve and striving for excellence.

A career in welding offers a vast array of options for employment and continuing personal development. Welding is the most common way to permanently join metal parts. Heat is applied to the pieces that are being joined; melting and fusing them together which forms a permanent bond.

Therefore, welding plays a key role in industry production lines, laboratories, research and development, national defense, sales and service, NASCAR and drag racing, custom motorcycle building, artwork, sculptures, pipelines, power plants, refineries, construction, maintenance, repair and much more.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

The Robotic and Laser Welding certificate program focuses on robot and laser safety, programming, and operation. The certificate trains students in the fundamentals of ABB, Fanuc and OTC robot programming and language. Laser welding includes the development and documentation of procedures and qualification of welds, and the calibration of equipment for welding. Laser cutting focuses on creating programs using CNC laser cutting equipment.

This certificate builds upon the other offers at Anoka Technical College.

Prerequisites

Program requirement:

Must Successfully completed the Welding Technology diploma. Please see advisor for more information.

Course prerequisites:

Successfully completed WELD 1022, WELD 1024, WELD 1026, WELD 1028, WELD 1034, and WELD 1036.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate ability to operate robots and lasers safely.
  2. Program robotic arc welders.
  3. Develop weld schedules and edit weld programs.
  4. Program and cut parts using CNC laser cutting equipment.
  5. Develop Laser welding and programs.
  6. Document results of weld procedure and qualification tests.

Program Sequence

 The Robotic and Laser Welding certificate is only offered in the spring semester and during the day. 
 Course Number Course Title  Credits 
 WELD 2006  Welding Code Interpretation

2

 WELD 2100

 Laser Cutting

2

 WELD 2110  Laser Welding

4

 WELD 2120  Welding Procedures

1

 WELD 2130

 Fanuc Robotics

3

 WELD 2140

 ABB Robotics

3

 WELD 2150

 OTC Robotics

3

 TOTAL

18

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students seeking an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, diploma or certification must meet the Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher. Please contact your advisor for any further program graduation requirements.

NOTE: Program plans are subject to change. Please contact your program advisor for the most current program information.

Certification

The Welding program not only provides students with a thorough background in welding and related theory, but also prepares students with the knowledge and skills need to take a national certification examination.

•    American Welding Society (AWS) Certified Robotic Welding Certification (CRAW)

Transfer Opportunities

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