Chart the path to create your brightest future.
The landscape of education and the workplace is changing rapidly, making a skills-based education and real-world experience more important than ever. LDS Business College understands that a successful future depends on the experience and tools you acquire now. That’s why we give you options.
Our goal is to quickly, economically prepare you with the industry knowledge and workplace skills today’s hiring managers are seeking. Our targeted certificates and degrees give you the fundamental critical thinking, communication, leadership and technical skills, along with the hands-on expertise to excel in your field. And as always, we’ll help you continue to progress toward becoming a capable and trusted disciple of Jesus Christ.
Make Your Degree Count
LDSBC offers three streamlined degrees: Associate of Science (AS), Associate of Applied Science (AAS), and Certificates. Whether your priority is getting the skills for a good job so you can transfer and continue your education, or building a comprehensive skill set to start your career immediately, we have a solution to get you there. Learn more about your choices below.
Continuing Students: Continue your AAS or Switch to AS?
Beginning in Fall 2019, continuing students currently pursuing AAS degrees will have the option to switch to LDSBC’s new AS degree. This decision will depend on a variety of factors, including how far into your program you are, your financial aid and international status, and what your goals are after graduation. All continuing students are encouraged to set an appointment with their academic advisors as soon as possible to determine which degree option is best for their situation. You can contact your advisor by emailing Studentdevelopment@ldsbc.edu or calling 801-524-8151.
Course Supervisor, Math
M.Ed., Instructional Design with Educational Technology, University of Utah, 2011
B.S., Mathematics, Scientific Computing, University of Utah, 1994
Denice began teaching at LDS Business College as an adjunct faculty member in 2014 and became the Math Courses Supervisor at the beginning of 2019. She has been teaching math at one level or another for almost 30 years, and was most recently at Salt Lake Community College before joining LDSBC.