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UNIVERSITY UNIV1001 College and Life Skills Designed to assist students in obtaining information and skills necessary to succeed in college and life. The class will give the student information on campus programs, class resources, and life skills will be presented along with a special emphasis on soft skills. College and life skills is to be taken by all first time entering students with less than fifteen (15) hours. (Full-time students must take this course during the first semester and part-time students need to take this course within the first two (2) semesters). 1 Credit.

WIND ENERGY WE1003 Introduction to Wind Energy Students will be exposed to the many facets of the wind industry. This course will cover the history and development of the wind industry, terminology used in the wind industry setting, types and uses of various wind turbines and technologies associated with them, environmental, ecological, and economic issues of the wind industry as well as the future endeavors of this revolutionary field. This course will also provide students with direct contact with producers, managers, laborers, regulators, planners, and others in the field. 3 Credits.

WELDING WELD1002 Welding Fundamentals A study of the application of Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG). This course covers proper operation of equipment and welding of steel in the flat position. Safety is emphasized. 2 Credits. WELD1012 Thermal Cutting A study of the thermal cutting processes. This course covers equipment shop safety, oxyfuel cutting, carbon arc cutting and gouging, and plasma arc cutting. 2 Credits. WELD1202 GMAW Level I A study of the Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) process. This course covers shop safety, setup and operation of GMAW equipment, weld joints, and welding of fillet welds in the 1F, 2F, 3F, and 4F positions. 2 Credits. WELD1203 Gas Metal Arc Welding A study of Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW). This course will cover shop safety, set up and operation of equipment, joints and positions, and welding of carbon steel using the GAW short circuit process. Upon completion of this course students should be able to set up equipment for GMAW short circuit process and produce welds on carbon steel in all positions in accordance with AWS entry level welder standards. 3 Credits.

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ASU-Newport Catalog 2016 - 2017  
ASU-Newport Catalog 2016 - 2017