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WELDING MAJOR, ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE- College Credit Planning Sheet
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>> chart your program of study >> track completion of available certificates earned through College Credit Plus opportunities >> track your progress toward earning an Associate Degree
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Directions: Place a check mark next to any course you have taken or plan to take next school year. Under the Owens Community College section, place a check mark next to the number that matches a class you have taken or plan to take.
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PENTA COURSE OFFERINGSOWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFERINGS
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MANUFACTURING ACADEMY CAREER TECH COURSE OFFERINGS______ Welding Major, Associate of Applied Science Degree63 Credits Pipe Welding Certificate** 10 Credits
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10TH GRADE
SOPHOMORE MANUFACTURING ACADEMY Automated Materials Joining Technology Course 1
12TH GRADE
MANUFACTURING ACADEMY CT COURSE OFFERINGS
#18, #19, #22, #23This certificate provides students with knowledge and skill for job placement in the welding field. Students are trained in all aspects of welding including stick, gas, metal inert gas (MIG) and tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding processes. Credits earned in this certificate may be applied toward another certificate or the Welding Major, AAS.
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Advanced Welding/CCP: WLD 261, WLD 264, WLD 265,
WLD 266
(varies by student performance)-WAITING ON APPROVAL BY OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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1ST SEMESTER
Owens Course Code
Owens Course NameCredits
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#1. _____AIM 105Sys of Eng & Int Systems3
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11TH GRADE
WeldingWelding Technologies/WLD 191______#7#2. _____SKT 142Mechanical Print Reading3
Owens Course Code
Owens Course NameCredits
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Shielded Metal Arc Welding/WLD 192, WLD 193
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Welding & Fabrication/CCP: WLD 267 (for Advanced Welders)
WAITING ON APPROVAL BY OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
______#24#3. _____CAM 160Machining I2#7. _____WLD 191
Intro to the Welding Process
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Gas Metal Arc Welding/WLD 190, WLD 262______#6, #13#4. _____ENG 111Composition 13#12. _____WLD 192SMAW (Flat & Horizontal)2
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Flux Cored Arc Welding ______#5. _____MTH 143Applied Industrial Math3#17. _____WLD 193
SMAW (Vertical & Overhead)
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#6. _____WLD 190
Welding: Blueprint Reading
2#18. _____WLD 261Pipe Welding2
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#7. _____WLD 191
Intro to the Welding Process
2#23. _____WLD 265
Pipe Welding Pre-Cert & Test
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**Petition for Certificate Completion as soon as you complete all of the courses associated with the certificate. Ask your Lab Teacher for assistance.
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ACADEMIC COURSE OFFERINGS, INCLUDING COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS (CCP) OFFERINGS GRADES 10, 11, AND 12. CCP COURSES ALSO COUNT FOR HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT
2ND SEMESTER
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ENGLISHEnglish I______SCIENCE Clean Energy Systems (earn Math and Science credit)______#8. _____CAM 161Machining II2
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4 Credits Required for GraduationEnglish II______3 Credits Required for GraduationClean Energy Applications (earn Math and Science credit)______#9. _____IST 100
Fundamentals of Computing
1Plate Welding Certificate** 8 Credits
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English III______Biology______#10. _____ENV 110OSHA General Safety3This certificate provides students with knowledge and skill for job placement in the welding field. Students are trained in all aspects of welding including stick, gas, metal inert gas (MIG) welding processes. Students will also be tested in accordance with the American Welding Society plate and testing procedures. Credits earned in this certificate may be applied toward another certificate or the Welding Major, AAS.
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English IV______Chemistry______#11. _____STM 105Technology in Society2
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CCP: ENG 111 Composition I (3 cr.)______#4Environmental Science______#12. _____WLD 192SMAW (Flat & Horizontal)2
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CCP: ENG 112 Composition II (3 cr.)______Physical Science ______#13. _____WLD 262GMAW Welding2
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OTHER : _______________________________________
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Owens Course Code
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*CCP: PHY 143 Applied Industrial Physics (3 cr.)______#15
3RD SEMESTER
#7. _____WLD 191
Intro to the Welding Process
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MATHAlgebra 1______*Prerequisite MTH 143 #14. _____MET 130Material Science3#12. _____WLD 192SMAW (Flat & Horizontal)2
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4 Credits Required for GraduationGeometry______OTHER: _____________________________________________#15. _____PHY 143Applied Industrial Physics3#17. _____WLD 193
SMAW (Vertical & Overhead)
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Intermediate Algebra______#16. _____PSY 111
Indust/Organization Psych
3#22. _____WLD 264
Welding: Plate Pre-Cert & Test
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Algebra 2______#17. _____WLD 193
SMAW (Vertical & Overhead)
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Financial Algebra with Statistics ______#18. _____WLD 261Pipe Welding2
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Pre-Calculus______SOCIAL STUDIES
American History/CCP: HIS 202 American History II (3 cr.)
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Calculus______American Government______SMAW Welding Certificate** 6 Credits
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Clean Energy Systems (earn Math and Science credit)______3 Credits Required for GraduationWorld Issues______
4TH SEMESTER
This certificate is designed to provide students with the necessary skills to obtain an entry-level job as an SMAW Stick welder. Credits earned in this certificate may be applied toward another certificate or the Welding Major, AAS.
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Clean Energy Applications (earn Math and Science credit)______CCP: HIS 152 World Civilization II (3 cr.)______#20. _____BUS 150
Data Analysis for Business
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CCP: MTH 143 Applied Industrial Mathematics (3 cr.)
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Small Group Communication
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OTHER: _______________________________________
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Welding: Plate Pre-Cert & Test
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Owens Course Code
Owens Course NameCredits
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#23. _____WLD 265
Pipe Welding Pre-Cert & Test
2#7. _____WLD 191
Intro to the Welding Process
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RECOMMENDED COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS COURSES OFFERED AT OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE OR ONLINE THROUGH OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE (NOT OFFERED AT PENTA)#24. ____________Elective8#12. _____WLD 192SMAW (Flat & Horizontal)2
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CCP: IST 100 Fundamentals of Computing ______#9*Select 8 Elective credits from: CAD 117, CAM 120, any SKT course, WLD 110, WLD 124, WLD 263, WLD 267, WLD 268, WLD 269, WLD 270, WLD 291#17. _____WLD 193
SMAW (Vertical & Overhead)
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CCP: STM 105 Technology in Society______#11**Petition for Certificate Completion as soon as you complete all of the courses associated with the certificate. Ask your Lab Teacher for assistance.
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CCP: PSY 111 Indust/Organization Psych______#16
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CCP: BUS 150 Data Analysis for Business______#20Pre-requisite Required: MTH 091 or equivalent and IST 100
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CCP: SPE 210 Small Group Communication______#21Co-requisite Required: ENG 111 GTAW Welding Certificate** 4 CreditsGMAW Welding Certificate** 4 Credits
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This certificate is designed to provide students with the necessary skills to obtain an entry-level job as a GTAW Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welder. Credits earned in this certificate program may be applied toward another certificate or the Welding Major, AAS.This certificate is designed to provide students with the necessary skills to obtain an entry-level job as a GMAW Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welder. Credits earned in this certificate program may be applied toward another certificate or to the Welding Major, AAS.
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Students who earn at least nine (9) College Credit Plus (CCP) credit hours through Owens Community College and have an Owens GPA of 2.75 or higher and a high school GPA of 2.75 or higher, will be eligible for the Start Here Scholarship after graduating high school.
Owens Course Code
Owens Course NameCredits
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#7. _____WLD 191
Intro to the Welding Process
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Intro to the Welding Process
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#19. _____WLD 266GTAW Welding2#13. _____WLD 262GMAW Welding2
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How to Register for College Credit Plus: Meet with your school counselor to start the College Credit Plus application process. Owens Community College will determine your eligibility and admit you based on your college-readiness in one or more subject areas.**Petition for Certificate Completion as soon as you complete all of the courses associated with the certificate. Ask your Lab Teacher for assistance. **Petition for Certificate Completion as soon as you complete all of the courses associated with the certificate. Ask your Lab Teacher for assistance.
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ADVANTAGES TO COST-FREE COLLEGE CREDIT WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL:STUDENT PLAN:
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1. College Credit Plus (CCP) provides a pathway to pursue rigorous academic coursework beyond high school;
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2. You can complete college courses toward a degree or certificate, or explore college content that interests you;
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3. You can also reduce the time and cost of attending college after high school.
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Let's compare potential savings if you follow this pathway through each of the following post-secondary institutes--savings based on credit hours only; also assuming that the college has a comparable program of study:
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Bowling Green State University$7,588.0029 credit hours*
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Owens Community College (if you don't qualify for the Start Here Scholarship)$4,279.50
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The University of Toledo$9,148.25
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*Credit hours based on the combination of Penta delivered CCP/CTAG/Articulated credit hours.