The welding technology program at Seward County Community College trains students to become skilled artisans combining both art and science in their profession. Welders hold an important place in the modern industry, working in manufacturing, construction, maintenance, and repair. Welders are needed in any industry where metal is used.
Entry level and advanced welding involve the fusion of metals using an electric arc or gas torch to create useful metal objects from blueprints or original designs. Welding technology students obtain valuable hands-on experience using up-to-date welding equipment and technology to assemble projects provided by the public or from blueprints in the campus welding shop.
Suggested courses and information provided on curriculum pages are not to be used in place of academic advisement from the student's assigned advisor. Students should always visit with an advisor before enrollment to ensure selected options contribute to the overall course of study, academic schedule, and student success.
Certificate of Completion - 10-month Program
Associate in Applied Science
Students can earn a two-year degree by completing a total of 64 credit hours. Visit with your advisor to discuss an academic plan.
Approximate Program Costs
Tuition and fees coincide with Seward County Community College cost per credit hour. Program costs are subject to change from year to year. Costs listed may not include all required course materials such as books or special course fees. All prices below include a $34, universal student fee.
2017 - 2018 Academic Year
|Seward County Residents||$94/credit hour|
|In-state (outside Seward County)||$95/credit hour|
|Border State*||$117/credit hour|
|Out of State||$132/credit hour|
|Seward Online (In-state)||$142/credit hour|
|Seward Online (out of state/international)||$150/credit hour|
|EduKan Courses, Tuition, Fees||$142/credit hour|
*Border State students include all students from OK, TX, NM, CO, NE, and MO.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify. For more information on financial aid, including scholarships and federal financial aid, contact the Financial Aid Office at 620-417-1110
Graduates of our program will have the opportunity to work as:
- Tack welders
- Welding operators
- Welder helpers
- Weld assemblers
- Weld shop owner
- Weld inspectors
- Weld shop supervisors
- Welding salespeople
- Weld engineers
This school offers programs in:
Last updated February 13, 2018