Graduates of this program will demonstrate:
- Knowledge of various welding techniques
- Knowledge of the history of metal arts
- Knowledge of various metal manipulation techniques such as casting, forging, and welding
- Knowledge of 2d and 3d design principles
Learn sculpture, metalsmithing, blacksmithing, copper, and welding, along with Build Your Business classes with skills to help graduates sell their work.
Minimum credits: 25
Length: 2 semesters (1 year), if suggested full-time course sequence is followed.
Career opportunities: This CSC is designed for students interested in working with metals as an artist or artisan. The nature of these fields is largely self-employed.
Division: Business, Engineering, & Industrial Technologies
Contact: 434.797.8440 or 434.797.8474
|First semester||Lecture Hours||Lab Hours||Hours in Class||Credits|
|WEL 116 Welding I (Oxyacetylene)||1||3||4||2|
|WEL 121 Arc Welding||1||3||4||2|
|ART 95 Topics in ? Appreciation of Sculpture||1||0||1||1|
|ART 121 Drawing 1||1||4||5||3|
|ART 295 Topics in Metal Sculpture 1||1||7||9||3|
|Second Semester||Lecture Hours||Lab Hours||Hours in Class||Credits|
|ART 295 Topics in Metal Sculpture 2||2||7||9||5|
|WEL 135 Inert Gas Welding||1||3||4||2|
|ART 298 Capstone Project||0||10||10||5|
For course descriptions view the college catalog.