Are you looking for a fast track to a new career? Do you want to advance your career by developing new knowledge and skills? Weber State University’s College of Applied Science & Technology (COAST) can help you reach your goals.
With associate’s and bachelor’s degrees in all programs, COAST offers a lot of options: You can earn an associate’s degree in two years, find a job in your field, then complete your bachelor’s degree to improve your career prospects.
The COAST Web Pages are the place to start, most answers can be found online.
Most COAST majors do not have an application process. However, early advisement is important to make sure you’re taking the courses you need to fill general education requirements.
IMPORTANT CONTACT INFORMATION!!
Due to the number of students and limited advisors, please be patient and I will return your phone call or email. Other options for answering your questions are:
- Look online for the information you are seeking.
- Attend a student orientation.
- Contact your department directly with your questions.
- Email your faculty advisor. Find your faculty advisor here:
For questions or appointment requests please e-mail
Attention New Students
Orientation is the place to find out what you need to know and what you need to do to get started as a Wildcat.
Our orientation sessions are tailored to meet the needs of various student groups. Attending the session that's right for you will get you where you want to go faster and easier.
Sign up for orientation here!
AAS in General Technology
The following is information for students with an approved certificate from the DATC or OWATC who are interested in the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in General Technology.
1-) Complete your application & contract (list all courses).
2-) Schedule/attend an individual appointment (firstname.lastname@example.org).
3-) You will then be declared as a General Technology major, and a contract signed.
4-) Register for and attend your classes listed on your contract.
5-) Contact the advisor each semester to have your semester schedule reviewed.
6-) When all requirements are near completion contact the advisor for graduation sign off.