Build Your Future
If you enjoy working with your hands and seeing the fruits of your labor come together before your eyes, you may want to consider a career in welding and fabrication. The skills you will learn will set you up for a lifetime of success in a field that continues to show growing demand.
A skilled fabricator takes engineered drawings and joins together the pieces of metal required to make them come to life. At IE you will contribute to solving issues on manufacturability, giving feedback to engineering on how best to layout future designs. Welding and Fabrication has a unique role contributing to not only the structural integrity of equipment, but to the overall aesthetics as well.
Degree: Associates of Applied Science: Welding Technology