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2011-2012 Catalog 
2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Metals Fabrication Technology, A.A.S.

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Completion of the metals fabrication program prepares students to work in an environment constructing major project such as utility trailers, pipelines, manufacturing, industrial construction and repairing heavy equipment. Students are taught to produce these projects by drawing and following various blueprints, diagrams and specification. Products progress from the conceptual stage to completion by using arc, gas, MIG, TIG, and Plasma welding combined with lathe and milling machine applications.


  • Function on teams.
  • Relevant work experience.
  • Express oneself in written and oral form.
  • Critical Thinking Skills.
  • Appreciation for life long learning.
  • Prepared for employment as entry level welders and machinists.


Student evaluations
Student portfolios
Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Survey
Graduate Placement Survey
Survey of seniors
Capstone Courses
Advisory Board

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Minimum Credits for an AAS degree in Metals Fabrication Technology: 63

* Offered only in Fall
** Offered only in Spring

This program is designed for fall entry. if a spring entry is desired, it will take longer than two years to complete.

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