Program Prerequisite: A 900 hour minimum certificate from a WSU approved DTC or OWTC program awarded within 5 years of beginning the AAS in General Technology Program.
Grade Requirements: A grade of “C” or better in all core and elective courses (a grade of “C-” is not acceptable) in addition to an overall GPA for all courses of 2.00 or higher.
Credit Hour Requirements: A minimum of 63.5 credit hours (includes exactly 30 transfer credit hours for completing an approved 900-hour or more certificate program at DTC or OWTC awarded within 5 years of beginning the AAS program. Residency (WSU courses): Must complete a minimum of 20 credit hours.
Program Code: 8061AAS
All General Technology students are required to meet with the WSU College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology (EAST) academic advisor before entering the program to establish a program contract plan. Students will also be required to meet with the EAST academic advisor at least annually for ongoing course and program advisement.
Regular university admission requirements and a completed 900 hour minimum approved technical specialty certificate from OWTC or DTC awarded within 5 years of beginning the AAS program. Students with an approved 900-hour minimum ATC technical certificate awarded within 5 years of beginning the AAS program will receive 30 hours of transfer elective credit toward an AAS in General Technology degree upon completion of all WSU graduation requirements for the AAS in General Technology. Approval by the College of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology at Weber State University is required.
Major Course Requirements for the AAS in General Technology Degree
NOTE: Individual articulated courses between WSU and DTC/OWTC will not count for this requirement if those courses were included in the 900-hour certificate, excluding transfer equivalents to NTM 1700. Students must complete a minimum of 20 credit hours of WSU residency (WSU courses).
Core Courses Required (10.5 credit hours minimum; grade of “C” or better required)
Grades for the following elective courses must meet departmental requirements. Students should work closely with the College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology academic advisor to select a course sequence that will support the student’s chosen career pathway.
Technical specialty credit for completing a third-party approved 900-hour or more certificate program from DTC or OWTC completed within 5 years prior to beginning the AAS program. is awarded to students after WSU graduation clearance for the AAS in General Technology.