Weber State University's Department of Engineering Technology offers students the option of pursuing either an associate or bachelor's degree in electronics engineering technology. With an approach focused on applications, this program aims to prepare students for jobs in various technology fields. The AAS requires a minimum of 63 credits (37 credits for the major as well as general requirements) and can be completed in 2 years. Students wishing to earn a bachelor's must complete the AAS credits as well as an additional 2 years of study for a total of 122 credits. In-person internship opportunities are available. Programs are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. While some core courses may be offered online, students should check with their advisers for availability.