Course Sequence - WMT - Moberly Area Community College
 

Recommended Course Sequence

Welding & Metals Technology


AAS Course Sequence:

First Semester - Fall
WLD 101 Welding I 3
DDT 101 Engineering Drawing 3
IND 107 Machinery's Handbook 3
IND 120 Technical Report Writing or 3
BOE 150 Business English/Communications  
MSP 101 Machine Tool I 3
SKL 101 College Orientation 1
  16
 
Second Semester - Spring
WLD 102 Welding II 3
DDT 110 Blueprint Reading 3
MSP 102 Machine Tool II 3
MTH 130 Technical Mathematics or  
MTH 140 College Algebra 3
SPK 101 Public Speaking I 3
  15
 
Third Semester - Fall
WLD 201 Welding III 3
IND 104 Industrial Materials and Processes 3
IND 203 Measurements and Instruments 3
MTH 135 Advanced Technical Math or 2-3
MTH 145 College Trigonometry  
PSC 105 Functions and Policies of American Government or 3
HST 105 American History to 1865  
Humanities Elective 3
  17-18
 
Fourth Semester - Spring
WLD 202 Welding IV 3
WLD 280 Welding and Metals Technology Capstone 3
WLD 295 Welding Internship or 1-2
SKL 250 Employment Seminar  
IND 103 Industrial Safety and Health 3
IND 108 Technical Physics 4
IND 202 Metallurgy and Heat Treating 3
  17-18
 

 

Welding and Metals Technology Certificate

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Required Courses
WLD 101 Welding I 3
WLD 102 Welding II 3
MSP 101 Machine Tool I 3
MSP 102 Machine Tool II 3
DDT 110 Blueprint Reading 3
MTH 130 Technical Mathematics or 3
MTH 140 College Algebra 3
IND 103 Industrial Safety and Health 3
DDT 101 Engineering Drawing 3
DDT 112 Computer-Aided Design I 3
 
Directed Electives
WLD 201 Welding III 3
WLD 202 Welding IV 3
WLD 295 Welding/Metals Internship 2-3
IND 104 Industrial Materials and Processes 3
IND 107 Machinery’s Handbook 3
IND 108 Technical Physics 4
IND 202 Metallurgy and Heat Treating 3
IND 101 Fundamentals of Industrial Maintenance 3
SKL 101 College Orientation 1
SKL 250 Employment Seminar 1
 

A certificate will be awarded upon the completion of a minimum of 32 credit hours, including all required courses listed above plus directed elective credits to equal a total of at least 32 credit hours.