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MACC Catalog # WLD 101

CIP # 480508

DATE: August 2015


Moberly Area Community College

Common Syllabus




WLD 101: Welding I

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Catalog Description: WLD 101 Welding I (2-2-3)

This beginning level welding course involves instruction and practice in the safe operation of oxy-acetylene welding and cutting, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), AC/DC, and overview of welding methods. This class utilizes certified American Welding Society (AWS) curriculum. Successful completion of WLD 101, WLD `02, WLD 201, and WLD 202 prepares students to take WLD 280 and the AWS certification exam. (FA,SP)


Prerequisite/Co-requisite: none.
Text(s): Walker, Welding Print Reading, 6th Edition, Goodheart Wilcox Publisher,

ISBN: 978-1-60525-911-6.


Other Required Materials:

Welding gloves and appropriate work clothing.
Purpose of Course: This course is designed to provide basic welding skills, use of common metalworking tools, blueprint reading skills, and prepare the student for more advanced studies in welding. The course is a core requirement for both the Welding and Metals and Industrial Technology Associate of Applied Science degrees and One-Year Certificates.
Course Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

Identify, correct or report safety hazards



  1. Use a grinder, drill press and power saw safely/correctly

  2. Interpret welding symbols, abbreviations and joint designs

  3. Use Oxy-fuel cutting/welding equipment to:

  4. Make straight and bevel cuts

  5. Make circle cuts

  6. Braze weld carbon steel

  7. Make stringer bead and joints with filler metal in flat position

  8. Use SMAW welding equipment to:

    1. Build pad of beads in flat position wit E-6010 or E-6011

    2. Build pad of beads in flat position with E7018

    3. Build pad of beads in horizontal position with E-6010 or E-6011

    4. Build pad of beads in horizontal position with E-7018

  9. Using SMAW welding equipment on 3/8” plate

    1. Make weld in 1F, 2F and 2G positions with E-6010 or E-6011

    2. Make weld in 1F,2F and 2G positions with E7018



Course Content: This course consists of lecture, discussion and laboratory exercises. Students will receive a welding competency task list which students should master at their own pace. The instructor is required to validate and evaluate skill mastery at each level. Several exams covering reading assignments and classroom discussions will be administered. Although grades are of importance, competency mastery is the objective of the course.
Statement to Connect Course with Technical Program Outcome Statement:
In compliance with MACC’s General Education outcomes, the student who successfully completes this course will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate effective written and oral communication;


Assessment of Student Learning:

Student outcomes of the above objectives that will constitute 80% of the student’s final grade may be measured through, but not limited to, the following: objective and essay examinations, quizzes, oral presentations, class participation, small group work, and/or projects. If “class participation” counts towards a student’s final grade, then instructors should describe what behaviors they will accept for credit to be earned; identify the percentage that class participation is worth; and explain how they track participation.
Determining percentage weight of components will, of course, be the instructor’s prerogative. For example, if the discipline-specific faculty determined that 20% measurement of the stated objectives would be determined by the written (750-word minimum) research component, the individual instructor might determine that the other 80% would be as follows:
Quizzes 10%

Tests 10%

Class participation 10%

Oral report 10%

Skill Mastery 40%

Cumulative final exam 20%
Instructors who use a point system must then include the point equivalency to letter grades. For example,
Quizzes 10% 300 points

Statement to Connect Course with General Education Outcomes or Technical Program Outcome Statement:
{Discipline-specific faculty will identify and state which (1 to 4) of the General Education outcomes listed below applies to each course.}
In compliance with MACC’s General Education outcomes, the student who successfully completes this course will be able to:


  1. Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills;




  1. Demonstrate an understanding of scientific principles and computational skills and how to use them to solve problems and make informed decisions;

Instructor Policies:



Academic Dishonesty: MACC board policy is as follows: “Academic dishonesty by students damages institutional credibility and unfairly jeopardizes honest students; therefore, it will not be tolerated in any form.” Forms of academic dishonesty include but are not limited to the following: violations of copyright law, plagiarism, fabrication, cheating, collusion, and other academic misconduct. Incidents of dishonesty regarding assignments, examinations, classroom/laboratory activities, and/or the submission of misleading or false information to the College will be treated seriously. The procedure for handling academic dishonesty is outlined in the Student Handbook (Policy Handbook M.010). In cases of alleged academic dishonesty, the burden of proof is on the student, not on the instructor.

Attendance:

Any student who misses two consecutive weeks of class during a regular sixteen-week semester or the equivalent proportion of class time during a shorter session will be dropped from the class by the instructor unless acceptable justification is supplied. Additionally, any student who misses more than one-fourth of the entire number of in-seat class meetings in a regular 16-week semester or the equivalent proportion of class time during a shorter session, may be dropped from that class by the instructor if, in the opinion of the instructor, the student does not have reasonable opportunity to succeed in the class. A student’s attendance rate will be calculated based upon the first day of the semester (not the student’s date of enrollment in the course).


Student attendance must be defined in a different manner for online, hybrid, and virtual courses. Student attendance in these courses is defined as active participation in the course. Online, hybrid, and virtual courses will, at a minimum, have weekly mechanisms for student participation, such as any or all of the following methods:
a. Completion of quizzes or exams

b. Submission of assignments

c. Participation in threaded discussions

d. Communication with the instructor


A student who does not participate in an online, hybrid, or virtual course for two consecutive weeks will be dropped by the instructor unless acceptable justification is supplied. As with ground courses, a student’s attendance rate in online courses will also be calculated based upon the first day of the semester. If a student does not demonstrate active participation in the online course within the first two weeks (or the equivalent proportion of class time during a short session), the student will be dropped as “never attended.” Simply logging into an online class does not constitute active participation.
Students should be aware that their dropping a course and their last date of attendance in the course may impact their financial aid.

Tardiness: per instructor’s policy
Make-up and late work: per instructor’s policy
Extra-credit work: per instructor’s policy
Schedule of Student Assignments/Activities:

Instructors will identify a Student Assignment/Activities schedule. Instructors have the prerogative to construct the schedule by class periods, weeks, or an overview of topics to be covered.



ADA Statement

Students who have disabilities that qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act may register for assistance through the Office of Access and ADA Services. Students are invited to contact the Access Office to confidentially discuss disability information, academic accommodations, appropriate documentation and procedures. For more information, please call either the Moberly office at (660) 263-4100 x 11240 or the Columbia office at (573) 234-1067 x 12120, or visit our web page at http://www.macc.edu/index.php/services/access-office.



Title IX Statement
MACC maintains a strict policy prohibiting sexual misconduct in any form, including sexual harassment, sexual discrimination, and sexual violence. All MACC employees, including faculty members, are considered mandated reporters of sexual misconduct and as such are expected to contact the Title IX Coordinator when they become aware, in conversation or in writing, of an incident of sexual misconduct. For more information on this policy or to learn about support resources, please see http://www.macc.edu/sexual-misconduct-policy or contact Dr. Jackie Fischer, MACC’s Title IX Coordinator, at 660-263-4110, ext. 11236 or jackief@macc.edu.






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