Welding Technology

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ASC ranked Top 7 in the US, colleges with welding technology/welder
2019 US News & World Report
Program Advantages: 

The welding technology program is taught according to the standards set by the American Welders Society (AWS) and is AWS certified. Students will complete AWS Level I, standards for an entry-level welder, their first year. AWS Level II, advanced welder, is taught during the second year. Welding Technology labs are housed in the state-of-the-art Sustainable and Advanced Manufacturing Center. Northland logo

ASC also offers the welding technology AOS degree in Buffalo at the Northland Workforce Training Center. Founded in 2018, Northland is a convenient option for students living in Buffalo. The facility includes new labs staffed by Alfred State instructors with real-world experience.

Professional Outlook: 

Positions include welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers. The median annual wage for these positions was $38,150 in May 2015.

2015 Occupational Outlook Handbook
Contact: 
Bradley Thompson, Interim Department Chairman
607-587-3115
Pioneer Quotes: 

"The new faculty and amount of lab time was a key factor in my decision to be in welding at Alfred State." -Dan Gower, '17

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Computerized Design and
Manufacturing Department

"I knew others who came through welding and they got great jobs!" -Madelyn Wellington, '17

"Alfred State's welding program is one of the best, I figured with their 99% placement - it would be great!" -Tyler Towsend, '17

Alfred State Rankings and Awards