For those looking to engage their minds and test their skill, fabrication and welding provides a variety of work across different industries that is both challenging and rewarding.
If considering a fabrication and welding school, take yourself to a new level and learn by doing in Ranken’s welding certificate and associate degree programs!
In Ranken’s five-semester Industrial Engineering Technology program, students take coursework designed to prepare them to maintain and repair factory equipment and other industrial machinery.
The four-week classes alternate with a four-week internship to provide real-world experience. Students also take general education courses to complete the degree.
Students at Ranken are introduced to concepts through online multimedia training modules, then practice these concepts on shop simulators to gain hands-on experience. After four weeks of training, students move on to the paid internship, to gain a deeper understanding through real-world experience.
Manufacturing degrees and certs
Industrial Engineering Technology degrees and Fabrication and Welding degrees
Our Financial Aid department knows the ins and outs of all the ways to pay for college in order to make it simple for you. We know what you can apply for and help make a sometimes confusing process easier, by walking you through every step.
Approximately 80 percent of our students receive some form of financial aid, and many of our students qualify for scholarships. Think you don’t have the money for college? There are many options available to help you pay for tuition, books, tools and other expenses, like housing and meal plans.
Your first step in applying for financial aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). It’s available through Ranken’s Financial Aid office, or at the official government website.
Additional info beneficial for student recruitment
Ranken Admissions Office
4431 Finney Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63113