Nondestructive Testing Technology

Nondestructive Testing Technology

Associate in Applied Science Degree, Certification Program

Available at: West Campus

A student is working on a metal piece in a lab like environment.

Program Overview

Nondestructive testing technicians use a wide variety of techniques and technologies including ultrasonic, radiographic, liquid penetration, electromagnetic, thermal, and infrared, among others.

Professionals in this field examine vehicles and structures for flaws and defects using non-destructive techniques and prepare results on their findings. A nondestructive testing technician may be responsible for testing engines or other mechanical components, storage or transport vessels like pipelines or containers, or major structures like bridges or tunnels. NDT technicians rely on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. NDT technicians require technical knowledge, practical skills, and inspection is typically not a physically demanding occupation.

NDT work is often done in the field, such as on pipelines or at construction sites, in production plants and laboratories as part of a quality system.

Curriculum

Page last updated April 19, 2018.

Contact Information

Industrial Education
101 Baldwin Blvd.
Corpus Christi, TX 78404
(361) 698-1701

Location:
Emerging Technology
Room 114, West Campus
4101 Old Brownsville Road
Corpus Christi, TX 78405