Utah State University and the University of Alaska in Anchorage and Fairbanks are schools that offer welding courses, according to Study.com. Andrews University, Boise State University, Ferris State University and Idaho State University are also schools that offer welding courses.

Study.com lists 10 schools that offer welding courses, providing information for each. The University of Alaska's Anchorage campus offers an Associate of Applied Science in Welding and Nondestructive Testing Technology degree, while the University of Alaska's Fairbanks campus has a welding program designed to teach beginners the basics of welding. Utah State University's welding program teaches students how to conduct a weld inspection and awards certification upon completion of its program.

Andrews University's welding courses are offered through its technology education program, while Boise State University's are offered through its welding technology program. Ferris State University has more the 180 programs from which to choose, while Idaho State University's welding program accepts only 30 new participants each year. The final four schools listed by Study.com are Siena Heights University, Vincennes University and West Virginia University at Parkersburg.

A larger list of schools that offer welding courses can be found on MatchCollege.com. The first school on its list is the Tulsa Welding School, which has a campus in Tulsa, Oklahoma as well as in Jacksonville, Florida.