Office: Industrial Technical Center 1, Room 106
Address: 855 E. Lavaca St., Beaumont, TX 77705
Phone: (409) 880-8951
The welding industry governs various metal joining processes. It is the most common method for permanently
joining the sections necessary for building and maintaining petrochemical industry units, pipeline,
marine vessels, bridge structures, and many other industrial components.
The student is instructed in the safe and efficient techniques used in modern welding applications. Students’
skills and knowledge are regularly tested with methods common to industry in order to determine operator and
procedure quality. Welding test qualification assistance is included.
The Welding Technology program that is offered by the Institute of Technology is designed to prepare
the student for a career in the areas of industrial and construction welding, either as a competent welding
or in a position which requires knowledge of welding, welding equipment, or supplies.
Upon successful completion of the respective programs of study, the student will be awarded a Certificate
and/or Associate of Applied Science degree. Job placement assistance is available through the Institute Placement
Lamar InstitLamar Institute of Technology also requires students to register for the College Success Skills Course in their first semester.
The course is designed to provide students with a thorough orientation to the campus, postsecondary education, and the classroom skills necessary for success.
Students with a thorough orientation to the campus, postsecondary education, and the classroom skills necessary for success. Students must earn a 'C' or better in all cources in the degree plan.
Degree Plan for Associate of Applied Science in Welding Technology
|DORI 0200||College Success Skills||2 : 2 : 0|
|Credits : Lecture Hours : Lab Hours||0 : 0 : 0|
|General Education Courses|
|COSC 1301||Introduction to Computing||3 : 3 : 0|
|ENGL 1301||Composition I||3 : 3 : 0|
|HUMA 1315||Fine Arts Appreciation||3 : 3 : 0|
|MATH 1332||Contemporary Mathematics I||3 : 3 : 0|
|PSYC 2301||General Psychology||3 : 3 : 0|
|SOCI 1301||Introductory Sociology||3 : 3 : 0|
|Credits : Lecture Hours : Lab Hours||18 : 18 : 0|
|HYDR 1301||Rigging and Conveying Systems||3 : 2 : 2|
|TECM 1349||Technical Math Applications||3 : 3 : 0|
|WLDG 1323||Welding Safety, Tools, and Equipment||3 : 3 : 0|
|WLDG 1327||Welding Codes||3 : 3 : 0|
|WLDG 1337||Introduction to Welding Metallurgy||3 : 3 : 0|
|WLDG 1417||Introduction to Layout and Fabrication||4 : 4 : 0|
|WLDG 1428||Introduction to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)||4 : 2 : 8|
|WLDG 1434||Introduction to Gas Tungsten Arc (GTAW) Welding||4 : 4 : 0|
|WLDG 2406||Intermediate Pipe Welding||4 : 2 : 8|
|WLDG 2413||Intermediate Welding Using Multiple Processes||4 : 2 : 8|
|WLDG 2443||Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)||4 : 2 : 8|
|WLDG 2447||Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)||4 : 2 : 8|
|WLDG 2453||Advanced Pipe Welding||4 : 2 : 8|
|Credits : Lecture Hours : Lab Hours||47 : 34 : 50|