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Associate of Applied Science in Controls Technology

The AAS Controls Technology degree is a stackable pathway from the local ATC programs in Industrial Automation
Maintenance Technician (IAMT). A completed IAMT certification will transfer to WSU as a block of 25 credit hours toward the AAS Controls Technology degree.

Step 1:

A completed Industrial Automation Maintenance Technician certification of at least 900 hours from the DTC, OWTC, or BTC will transfer to Weber State University as a block of 25 credit hours toward the AAS Controls Technology degree.

Choose one technical college


Davis Technical College

Ogden-Weber Technical College


Step 2:

Complete the WSU Course Requirements for Controls Technology AAS Degree

Controls Technology (AAS)


Schedule an appointment

Employment and Internship Advisor

Kim Ealy
All appointments are now scheduled
through the handshake app

Declare Your Major 

E-mail with your full name, w# and major

What you will learn

  • Digital Systems
  • DC Circuits
  • AC Circuits
  • Power and Motors
  • Automation
  • Industrial Controls
  • Document Creation



To recruit for jobs and internships, please visit the career services website or contact the employment and internship advisor Kimberly at