Welding Engineering Technology

 

Updated Welding Technology and Welding Engineering Technology program admission criteria

Established in 1984, Ferris State University's nationally recognized Welding Engineering Technology program is the largest of its kind in the United States. Since its inception the program has had major revisions in response to constituent feedback. The program is designed to produce plant-level welding engineering technology graduates who are involved in the concept, design and engineering of weldments and implementation of welding processes. This overall knowledge of weldments and the ability to engineer welding and joining systems produces graduates who are in great demand and highly compensated.

Contact
Jeff Hardesty
Associate Professor/Program Coordinator
Phone: (231) 591-3496
Email: hardesj@ferris.edu

State of Michigan Approves Funding for $30 Million Swan Annex Building Expansion

Visit the Swan Annex Addition and Renovation website for more information.

Ferris State University’s Swan Technical Arts Building is set to undergo a significant expansion as part of a state of Michigan capital outlay project that was recently signed by Gov. Rick Snyder. The $30 million project will turn the Center for Welding Excellence and Center for Advanced Manufacturing into a reality on the Big Rapids campus.

Bachelor of Welding Engineering Technology is Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET www.ABET.org