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Associate of Applied Science Degree. Certificate

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This certificate prepares the student to carry out corrosion work at a technician level that primarily involves collection of data, installations, and minor repairs. It also prepares the student for future certification as a Level I cathodic protection tester. (see latest NACE certification requirements for details.)

Corrosion Technology
CATHODIC PROTECTION CERTIFICATE
Course Course ID First Semester Sem Hours
METL
1313
Introduction to Corrosion
3
DFTG
1305
Technical Drafting
3
CETT
1303
DC Circuits
3
ITSC
1309
Integrated Software Applications I
3
 
 
12
 
 
Course Course ID Second Semester Sem Hours
METL
2441
Cathodic Protection
4
.......
.......
Technical Writing/Speech Elective
3
METL
1301
Introduction to Metallurgy
3
NDTE
1405
Introduction to Ultrasonics
4
 
 
14
   
Total Hours
26

 

Corrosion Technology
ATMOSPHERIC CORROSION CERTIFICATE
Course Course ID First Semester Sem Hours
METL
1313
Introduction to Corrosion
3
.......
........
OSHA/Welding/Drafting Elective
3
ITSC
1309
Integrated Software Applications I
3
DFTG
1305
Technical Drafting
3
 
 
12
 
 
Course Course ID Second Semester Sem Hours
METL
2405
Atmospheric Corrosion Control
4
.......
.......
Technical Writing/Speech Elective
3
METL
1301
Introduction to Metallurgy
3
NDTE
1405
Introduction to Ultrasonics
4
 
 
14
   
Total Hours
26

 

Corrosion Technology
This two-year Associate of Applied Science Degree prepares the student for the most common fields of corrosion control and integrity management. This highly specialized degree is suitable for careers in manufacturing companies, operating companies and government agencies. The program includes hands-on training with stat-of-the art equipment and computer-based research. There is a practical intership and opporunity to become certified by NACE International as a Corrosion technician and as a Level I Cathodic Protection Tester.

CORROSION TECHNOLOGY
Associate of Applied Science Degree
First Year
Course Course ID First Semester Sem Hours
CHEM
1411
General Chemistry I
4
METL
1313
Introduction to Corrosion
3
CETT
1303
DC Circuits
3
ENGL
1301
Grammar and Composition
3
ITSC
1309
Integrated Software Applications I
3
 
 
16
 
 
Course Course ID Second Semester Sem Hours
CHEM
1412
General Chemistry II
4
METL
2441
Cathodic Protection
4
ENGL
2311
Technical Writing
3
.......
........
Social & Behavioral Science Elective
3
MATH
1314
College Algebra
3
     
17

 

Second Year
Course Course ID First Semester Sem Hours
METL
2401
Internal Corrosion control
4
DFTG
1305
Technical Drafting
3
MATH
1316
Trigonometry
3
.......
........
Speech Elective
3
........
.........
Humanities/Fine Arts Elective
3
 
16
 
Course Course ID Second Semester Sem Hours
METL
2405
Atmospheric Corrosion Control
4
.......
........
DFTG 1309/NDTE/PTRT Elective (choose 1)
3
MATH
1342
Introduction to Probability & Statistics
3
METL
1301
Introduction to Metallurgy
3
METL
1366
Practicum-Metallurgical Technology/Technician
3
     
16
   
Total Hours
65
       

Please see the official catalog on the "Catalog and Schedules" tab above.

 

» Contact Information

Kenya Ray
Corrosion Technology Instructor
Phone: (903) 983-8165 or (903) 983-8637
Fax: (903) 988-7539
kray@kilgore.edu
Location: M. Kenneth Whitten Applied Technology Center (AT)


Tim Loomis
Corrosion Technology Instructor
Phone: (903) 988-7452 or (903) 983-8637
Fax: (903) 988-7539
tloomis@kilgore.edu
Location: M. Kenneth Whitten Applied Technology Center (AT)

 


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