Las Vegas Welding Classes with Degree Program Overviews

Oct 01, 2018

Located just a little over five miles from downtown, one traditional college in the Las Vegas area offers classes in welding. Read an overview of the program options and requirements at this institution to find out if it's a good fit for your needs.

Welding Programs in Las Vegas

Las Vegas students interested in learning about welding technologies have a few programs to choose from at the one school that offers this type of training. This article highlights the coursework and focus areas of these programs. It also includes a table of facts and figures to provide additional details about the college.

  • The College of Southern Nevada offers welding instruction at its campus within a 15-minute drive from central Las Vegas. Program options include certificate and associate's degree programs in welding technology.

School Statistics

Now that you know about the welding training options at the profiled school, review this table to find out more about the institution itself. There's info on program costs, enrollment numbers, financial aid stats and more.

College of Southern Nevada
School Type 4-year, primarily associate's, public
Total Enrollment (Fall 2017) 33,914*
Campus Setting Large city
Tuition & Fees (2017-2018) $3,285 in-state; $10,063 out-of-state*
% of Students Receiving Any Form of Financial Aid (2017) 74%*
Acceptance Rate N/A - Open admissions*
Graduation Rate (for students who started in Fall 2011) 9%*

Source: *National Center for Education Statistics

College of Southern Nevada

The Department of Applied Technologies, which administers the welding program, offers certificate and degree programs that provide students with the skills needed to pursue positions in area industries. Students can attend programs full- or part-time.

Certificate of Achievement in Welding Technology - Entry-Level Welder Emphasis

Graduates of this certificate program can seek AWS Entry-Level Welder Certification. Students learn about common welding processes. They also take classes in blueprint interpretation and carbon arc-air, plasma and oxy/fuel cutting processes. Graduates should be able to look at a drawing or blueprint and cut and make the parts illustrated, keep welding equipment in good working order and make proper welds in all positions.

Associate of Applied Science in Welding Technology - Advanced-Level Welder Emphasis

This associate's degree program is a continuation of the certificate program. Students receive instruction in shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), fabrication, welding codes and pipe welding. They also take 25 credits of general education courses. Graduates can seek certification as an AWS Advanced-Level Welder.

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