SLCC Partner Programs - Utah State University

Business Administration (BS)

The joint program with Utah State University is offered at the SLCC Taylorsville Redwood Campus. Students can complete their general education, elective courses and many of the lower division major courses at SLCC through their Associate of Science (AS) or Associate of Arts (AA) degree in Business. SLCC students who have completed or are nearing completion of their Associate Degree in Business are able to apply for this program and continue their education as a junior. Students are strongly encouraged to complete their Associate of Science or Associate of Arts prior to transferring to Utah State University.

Business Advisors

SLCC Advisors

Lee Martinez
SLCC Taylorsville, Redwood Campus
Business Building (BB) 226E
801-957-4990
lee.martinez@slcc.edu

USU Advisor

Jeff Cook
Granite Education Center Salt Lake City
385-646-5570
jeff.cook@usu.edu


American Sign Language-English Interpreting Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education (BS)

Utah State University (USU) has established an Associate-to-Bachelor's Degree program in American Sign Language Interpreting at the USU-Salt Lake Center. Students who complete an ASL-English Interpreting (AAS) at Salt Lake Community College, can transfer into this bachelor degree program which requires approximately 40 credit hours at USU. Courses are offered online and face-to-face & students can enroll full-time or part-time. Available only through USU-Salt Lake, this bachelor's degree could be your next step once you've earned an AAS American Sign Language Interpreting

SLCC Advisor

Sidney McGuire Brown
SLCC Taylorsville, Redwood Campus
AAB 237B
801-957-3866
sydney.brown@slcc.edu

USU Advisor

Tayler Mountford
Granite Education Center Salt Lake City
385-646-5570
tayler.mountford@usu.edu

We prefer students to meet with an advisor to discuss transfer coursework.


Health Education and Promotion, Health Science Emphasis (BS)

The Health Education and Promotion - Health Science emphasis is intended for students who plan to pursue further study in a health or medical field or anticipate health-related employment not specific to a particular health discipline. The School of Health Sciences, Allied Health Division at Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) and the College of Education & Human Services, Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at Utah State University (USU) have developed this partnership to encourage students to further pursue their education. Students need to complete either an Associate of Science (AS) or Associate of Applied Science from the School of Health Sciences.

Health Education and Promotion Advisors

SLCC Advisor

801-957-6215

USU Advisor

Tayler Mountford
Granite Education Center Salt Lake City
385-646-5570
tayler.mountford@usu.edu

We prefer students to meet with an advisor to discuss transfer coursework.