Engineering and Technology Degree Programs

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The Future You Deserve in Engineering and Technology

Find a career in a field you love with an engineering or technology degree from the University of West Alabama. Our College of Engineering and Technology will prepare you for impactful work with relevant knowledge and skills applicable to various career paths. Our student-to-faculty ratio of 18:1 ensures you will receive the hands-on learning necessary for success.

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Associate Degrees

2 years; 74 credit hours

Develop a foundation of hands-on automotive skills and general education, including math, English, and computer skills.

2 years; 60 credit hours

Learn how machinery and equipment work together as a valuable resource to meet the general maintenance demands of business, industry and government agencies.

Bachelor’s Degrees

4 years; 120-125 credit hours

Explore computer information systems and engineering principles while building career-ready skills in cybersecurity, network infrastructure, risk management and hacking prevention techniques.

4 years; 123-125 credit hours

Use math and physical science skills with access to innovative equipment, machinery and software programs to study manufacturing and engineering.

5.5 years; 120 credit hours

Earn a bachelor’s in mathematics from UWA and a bachelor’s in engineering from a partnering university with this unique, career-driven dual degree program.

4 years; 120 credit hours

Advance your career with previous training and verified skills in an exclusive vocational or technical area.


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*Anticipated launch date Fall 2024 pending Alabama Board of Nursing approval