Pathways from High School to a University
How It Works
CTE High School Credit Transfers to BTECH
Students can take CTE classes in High School,
then transfer credit hours to BTECH programs.
Drafting & Building Technology
Electronic Engineering Technology
Fashion Merchandising and Development
IT & Cybersecurity
Media Design & Web & Mobile Development
Medical Assisting, Practical Nursing, & Dental Assisting
BTECH 900+-Hour Certificate Transfers to a University
BTECH programs that are 900 hours or more can
allow you to transfer up to 30 credits at a University.
Eligible 900 Hour CertificateTransfers to USU
Meet with an Academic Advisor to transfer
your BTECH credits to a USU.
Finish your 900-hour Bridgerland Technical College certificate and stack an Associate of Applied Science in General Technology degree on top of it. Graduate with a degree in one of the following emphasis areas.
*The Diesel program gives you 25 credits towards an Associate of Applied Science Heavy Duty Truck at Weber State University.
*The Data Analytics program gives you 9 credits of electives toward an Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems & Technology and 3 credits in INFO 2410 (Database Fundamentals) at Utah Valley University.
*Utah Valley University will award 9 credits to a student who has completed an EMT certificate at a USHE technical education institution and has a current industry-recognized EMT license from the Utah Bureau of Emergency Medical Services (BEMS) AND the EMT certification from the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) for credit for prior learning.
*Utah Valley University will award 9 credits to a student who has completed an EMT certificate at a USHE technical education institution and has a current industry-recognized AEMT license from the Utah Bureau of Emergency Medical Services (BEMS) AND the AEMT certification from the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) for credit for prior learning.
Technology & Engineering Education
Students enrolled in this degree program will complete a professional core of courses related to technology and engineering education, and career and technical education. While this degree does not result in a teaching license for public schools, students will develop skills in the areas of instruction, program planning, evaluation and research related to research methodology and statistical applications.
Students will study a variety of subjects based on the emphasis area they choose. Business, marketing, manufacturing, CAD, robotics, controls, material science, electronics, color theory, textiles, digital design, computer science, cyber security, computer networking, and computer automation are just a few areas that students can discover through their coursework.
Bridgerland Technical College and Weber State University (WSU) are pleased to announce a contractual agreement for a Practical Nursing to Registered Nursing (PN to RN) Program on Bridgerland Technical College’s Logan Campus. This program is only for currently enrolled or former Nursing graduate students at Bridgerland Technical College. Students admitted to this program are enrolled at WSU.
Prepares you for a career as an automotive service technician or to go on to one of WSU’s Automotive Technology bachelor’s programs.
If you want to learn the latest trends in independent shop service technology and walk away as a certified expert in automotive service, this program is for you.