BS, Network Management Technology

  1. How will my classes be taught?
    • Weber State University's (WSU) Network Management Technology (NMT) evening/online program is available to students and working professional. NMT courses will be taught either online or at the SLCC’s campus in Taylorville. Two courses must be taken at the WSU Davis Campus in Layton. 
  2. Which programs at SLCC are good precursors to this baccalaureate degree?
    • This program is for students 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.
  3. Can I be dually enrolled at SLCC and WSU at the same time; especially, if I am close to completing my associate’s degree?
    • Yes, you would need to contact WSU’s Financial Aid Office to create a “Consortium” agreement that states you will be going to school at two institutions.
  4. How long will it take to complete a bachelor degree?
    • It is best to speak to the WSU advisor to get a better estimate on the time it will take to complete a bachelor program.
  5. When should I meet with an advisor?
    • The earlier you meet with your advisor, the better. You will be able to get a map of classes you need to take at SLCC that may be prerequisites for core classes there. It is also beneficial to reach out to the advisor at the institution you are planning on attending next.
  6. What is required to apply to WSU and this program?
    • Apply to www.weber.edu/Admissions
    • Choose Transfer Student Option and complete the online application
    • Pay $30 fee and submit all official college transcripts of colleges attended
    • 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.  
  7. Is it too late to transfer into this program if I graduated with my associate’s degree at SLCC five years ago or more?
    • No, it is not too late. You can speak to the WSU advisor listed on our website to review your transcripts and provide you with a transfer guide.