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Welders use welding equipment to join metal parts or fill holes, indentions, or seams in metal products. Anything made of metal can be welded: cars, trucks, aircraft, skyscrapers, bridges, pipes, sculptures, and more. The basic skills of welding are the same across industries so the more you know how to do, the easier it is to shift to other types of work.Note: An associate degree program in Industrial and Manufacturing Technology from the College of Engineering is available to students after graduating from the Welding certificate program.

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