SLCC Partner Programs - Weber State University

Criminal Justice (BS)

This evening program is available to students who have completed certain lower division courses through Salt Lake Community College’s Criminal Justice program. Students should complete an Associate of Science degree "Criminal Justice, pre-major" at SLCC prior to transferring to Weber. Upper division course work will be completed through Weber at SLCC’s Miller Campus.

Criminal Justice Advisors

SLCC Advisors

Julia Ellis
Program Advisor
Larry H. Miller Campus, PSET 270 J
9750 South 300 West, Sandy, Utah 84070
Office: 801-957-5320
Email: julia.ellis@slcc.edu

SLCC Academic Advisor

Samual Curley
Taylorsville, Redwood Campus
Construction Trades (CT) #282
801-957-4550
samual.curley@slcc.edu

WSU Advisor

Jean Kapenda
WSU Criminal Justice Program Coordinator
SLCC Miller Campus
PSET 270 B
801-957-5430
jeankapenda@weber.edu


Computer Science (BS)

This evening program is available to students who have completed certain lower division courses through Salt Lake Community College’s Computer Science and Information Systems Programs. Students should complete an Associate of Science degree, "CSIS pre-major," at SLCC prior to transferring to Weber. Upper division course requirements will be completed through Weber at SLCC’s Taylorsville Redwood Campus.

Computer Science Advisors

SLCC Advisor

Jewly Harris, MA
Program Advisor
Accounting, Computer Science and Information Systems, Economics, Finance and Credit, Network Systems
Taylorsville, Redwood Campus
Business Building (BB) 226F
Email: jewly.harris@slcc.edu
Schedule an appointment

WSU Advisor

Ted Cowan
WSU Computer Science program Coordinator
SLCC Taylorsville, Redwood Campus
Technology Building RM 133
801-957-4769
tedcowan@weber.edu


Network Management Technology (BS)

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.

Network Management Technology Advisors

SLCC Advisor

Jewly Harris, MA
Program Advisor
Accounting, Computer Science and Information Systems, Economics, Finance and Credit, Network Systems
Taylorsville, Redwood Campus
Business Building (BB) 226F
Email: jewly.harris@slcc.edu
Schedule an appointment

WSU Advisor

Andrew Drake
WSU Network Management Technology
Andrewdrake@weber.edu
801-395-3567