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.


Ted Cowan
WSU Program Coordinator
TB 133
Office hours: 1-4 p.m. M, W, Th by appointment only at

Gloria H. Rivera
CS SLCC Program Advisor
Taylorsville Redwood Rd. Campus


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

  • Police officers
  • Sheriff’s deputies
  • U.S. Marshals
  • Adult Probation and Parole Officers
  • Drug Enforcement Administration Agents
  • FBI Agents
  • U.S. Postal Inspectors
  • Department of Homeland Security Officers (DHS Officers)

Currently, we offer three concentrations: Criminal Justice, Crime Scene Investigation, and Forensic Science. The Criminal Justice concentration prepares students for careers in law enforcement, courts, and corrections. Students interested in Crime Scene Investigation or Forensic Science must attend our Ogden Campus equipped with a lab.


Jean Kapenda
WSU Program Director
9750 South 300 West - PSET 270 B
Summer office hours: 3-5 p.m. M, T, W

Julia Ellis
SLCC Program Advisor
PSET 270J, Miller Campus

A bachelor's degree in Network Management Technology (NMT) will provide the ideal foundation of skills and expertise needed to begin a successful career in the growing industry of data networking. The demand for highly trained professionals in the following technical areas has never been greater.

  • Computer Support Specialist
  • Network Administrator
  • Database Administrator
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Computer Network Architects
  • Information Security Analyst

Weber State University's (WSU) Network Management Technology (NMT) evening/online program is available to students and working professionals who have obtained certificates of proficiency in Computer Science Fundamentals, Network Administration, and Routing and Switching, and have completed their Associate of Science degree in Computer Science and Information Systems at SLCC. All SLCC CS, CIS, and CSIS courses must be completed with a "C" grade or better. To receive your bachelor's degree from WSU, you will need to meet all program specific admissions and graduation criteria. NMT courses will be taught either online or at the SLCC’s campus in Taylorsville. Two courses must be taken at the WSU Davis Campus in Layton.


Andy Drake
WSU Program Coordinator
Office hours by appointment.

Gloria H. Rivera
CS SLCC Program Advisor
Taylorsville Redwood Rd. Campus