AAS Degree in General Technology
Students of the Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College (OWATC) have an approved path to transfer credits to Weber State University.
Students who have completed a 900-hour certificate program can receive 30 semester hours of transfer elective credit from WSU. The 30 credits are applied toward an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in General Technology â€“ a degree requiring a minimum of 63.5 credits.
The College of Applied Science & Technology (COAST) at WSU will administer the new program. Before enrolling, students must meet with a COAST academic advisor in order to establish a program-contract plan.
Students have five years after the completion of the approved 900-hour program at the ATCs to apply for enrollment in the AAS general technology program.
For more details about required courses, visit documents.weber.edu/catalog/1213/~gentecha.htm.
Apprenticeship AAS Degree
The Associate of Applied Science in Apprenticeship degree is a generic degree that is specifically designed for students who have completed or are completing an apprenticeship program under the auspices of the Office of Apprenticeship. This degree consists of the apprenticeship courses and on-the-job training from the Ogden Weber Applied Technology College (OWATC) coupled with general education and two additional required courses from Weber State University.
In order for a student to receive this degree they must complete the course requirements listed below and provide one of the following:
- State of Utah Journeypersonâ€™s License
- Certificate of Completion from the Office of Apprenticeship (OA)
- Certificate of Completion from the post-secondary institution offering an OA certified program
For more details and information, visit http://catalog.weber.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=2&poid=419.