Technical Education provides students access to high-quality, career-focused programs that result in a university certificate with value in the job market.
Some Technical Education programs may be completed in one semester, while others can be completed in two semesters or more. Technical Education gives students the option to continue on to earn an associate or bachelor’s degree from Utah State University.
Technical Education Programs Lead to Fulfilling Careers
Over 160,000 students
are enrolled in Technical Education courses in Utah.
66% of new jobs by 2020
will require more than a high school diploma.
Technical Education students
have a 95% graduate rate.
Save Time and Money. Start During High School.
Many of the Technical Education programs, like Automotive Technology, Digital Design, Web Business, and Engineering Drafting and Design, are available to start in high school through Concurrent Enrollment.
By taking Concurrent Enrollment classes in high school, you shorten the time you'll need to earn a college degree. Plus, Concurrent Enrollment courses cost a fraction of what it would cost to take them after high school.
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Technical Education programs are not available at all USU Statewide campuses. To learn more about Technical Education programs available in your area, contact your local campus.
To learn more about Technical Education programs available at USU Eastern, please contact a Technical Education advisor.
To learn more about Technical Education programs available at USU Blanding, please contact a Technical Education advisor.
To learn more about Technical Education programs available in Moab, please contact a Technical Education advisor.
Technical Education Programs at USU MoabUSU EasternUSU BlandingUSU Statewide Campuses
*Students in Moab can complete the classroom portion of these programs at the USU Moab campus but all lab assignments must be completed at USU Blanding.
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