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.
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.
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Complete the WSU Course Requirements for Controls Technology AAS Degree
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Christel Grange-Hicks | firstname.lastname@example.org | Please include full name, w# and major
What you will learn
- Digital Systems
- DC Circuits
- AC Circuits
- Power and Motors
- Industrial Controls
- Document Creation