Bachelor's Degrees Now Offered at SLCC

Evening and online classes designed for working adults. Bachelor's degree programs available in partnership with Weber State University.

Computer science at WSU provides a solid foundation for both practical, real-world experiences and the intellectual study of computing. You will learn about such aspects of computer software and hardware as:

  • Operating system intervals
  • Computer organization and architecture
  • Algorithms and data structures
  • Software analysis and design
  • Programming languages and application development
  • Computer and network security
  • Artificial intelligence and complier design
  • Internet and database development

You may also choose additional studies in game design and development as well as mobile application development.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT


Ted Cowan
WSU Program Coordinator
801-957-4769
tedcowan@weber.edu 
TB 133
Office hours: 1-4 p.m. M, W, Th

Lee Martinez
CS SLCC Program Academic Advisor
801-957-4323
lee.martinez@slcc.edu
132 A, Taylorsville Redwood Campus

 

Graduates with a degree in criminal justice have a wide range of local and federal employment opportunities, including

  • Police officers
  • Sheriff’s deputies
  • Drug enforcement agents
  • U.S. Marshals
  • Adult Probation and Parole Officers
  • Drug Enforcement Administration Agents
  • FBI Agents

WSU's Criminal Justice program will assist you in your goal to improve justice administration. Students earning bachelor’s degrees in criminal justice can concentrate in corrections, forensic science, law and justice, or law enforcement.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT


Mike Chabries
WSU Program Coordinator
801-957-5430
mchabries@weber.edu
PSET 270, Miller Campus

Julia Ellis
SLCC Program Advisor
801-957-5320
juliaellis@slcc.edu
PSET 270A, Miller Campus