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Studying General Technology at Weber State

Weber State’s general technology program allows students who complete an approved technical-speciality certificate from Davis Applied Technology College or Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College to earn an associate’s degree.

General Technology Highlights

Weber State’s general technology degree is open to anyone who has completed a 900-minimum-hour WSU-approved ATC certificate within the past five years.

Once accepted, you’ll receive 30 hours of transfer elective credit toward your degree.

Beyond the Classroom

As a general technology major, you’ll have access to all extracurricular activities available to Weber State students, including student clubs, leadership programs and free events.

What You’ll Learn at Weber

You’ll build upon the technical knowledge you learned by earning your ATC certificate in a wide range of technology-based courses. We recommend you work closely with your academic advisor to select courses that will support your chosen career path.

In addition, you’ll complete courses in English, math and computer skills.

What You Can Do after Weber

Upon earning your Associate of Applied Science in General Technology, you can go on to one of Weber State University’s bachelor degree programs.

The general technology degree can also help you advance in your technical industry career.