Asssociate of Applied Science in Welding
The welding curriculum is designed to meet the minimum skill standards established by the American Welding Society (AWS) for entry-level welders. Training is given in both theory and practical skills in the various phases of welding and cutting. Also, the program provides technical training to meet the demands of the welding industry and the needs of the individual.
Associate of Applied Science in Welding
Certificate in Welding
Career and Advancement Opportunities
Entry-level welders are employed in a wide range of industries that use welding and welding-related tasks.
Fifteen credit hours of the last 30 credit hours must be earned at NMJC; a minimum GPA of 2.00 is required. All courses, other than General Education Requirements, must be completed with a "C" or better. Students should consult with a counselor or advisor for possible degree revisions and for proper sequential order of degree completion.
Earl Nymeyer - Professor, Welding
Don Whitaker Automotive Technology Center
Phone: (575) 492-2868