Salt Lake Center

Courses and Programs

Undergraduate Courses

BYU Salt Lake Center classes are listed in the regular BYU class schedules and Internet registration screens. You will be able to identify BYU Salt Lake Center classes by the section type and by the bold headers which instruct you that the class is taught in Salt Lake City.

You can complete most if not all University Core requirements at the BYU Salt Lake Center.
BYU Salt Lake Center Core Offerings

BYU Salt Lake Center offers classes in the following departments:

Accountancy and Information Systems
• Acc 200
• Acc 241
• Acc 310
American Heritage
• A Htg 100
Anthropology
• Anthr 101
Art History
• Arthc 201
• Arthc 202
Biology
• Bio 100
Business Management
• Bus M 241
Chemistry
• Chem 101
• Chem 105
Communications
• Comms 101
• Comms 211
• Comms 230
• Comms 235
• Comms 300
• Comms 308
• Comms 321
• Comms 420
• Comms 482
Computer Science
• CS 142
Economics
• Econ 110
Elementary Education
• El Ed 203
English
• Engl 201
• Engl 202
• Engl 311
• Engl 312
• Engl 315
• Engl 316
• Wrtg 150
Geography
• Geog 120
• Geog 130
Geology
• Geology 101
• Geology 103
Health
• Hlth 320
History
• Hist 201
• Hist 202
• Hist 220
• Hist 221
• Hist 364
Humanities
• IHum 101
• IHum 201
• IHum 202
Managerial Communications
• M Com 320
Math
• Math 110
• Math 116
• Math 118
Micro and Molecular Biology
• MMBIO 221
Music
• Music 101
Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Science
• NFDS 100
Philosophy
• Phil 110
• Phil 215
Physical Science
• Phy S 100
Physics
• Phscs 105
• Phscs 106
• Phscs 127
Physiology and Development Biology
• PDBIO 120
Political Science
• PLSC 110
• PLSC 150
• PLSC 170
• PLSC 202
Psychology
• Psych 111
• Psych 320
• Psych 321
• Psych 341
• Psych 342
• Psych 350
Religion
• Rel A 121
• Rel A 122
• Rel A 211
• Rel A 212
• Rel A 301
• Rel A 302
• Rel A 327
• Rel C 130
• Rel C 234
• Rel C 324
• Rel C 325
• Rel C 341
• Rel C 342
• Rel C 343
• Rel C 351
School of Family Life
• SFL 102
• SFL 160
• SFL 210
• SFL 223
• SFL 224
• SFL 240
• SFL 260
• SFL 331
• SFL 351
• SFL 355
Sociology
• Soc 111
• Soc 112
Spanish
• Span 321
Statistics
• STAT 121
Technology
• Tech 201
• Tech 202
Theater Media Arts
• TMA 150
Visual Arts Studio
• Vastu 101
• Vastu 110
• Vastu 120
Visual Arts
• VA 114
• VA 115
Executive Master in Business Administration (EMBA)

A BYU Marriott School of Management program, the Executive MBA program is specifically designed for the working professional who has at least five years of full-time professional, supervisory, or administrative employment and wants to complete a MBA degree by following an evening or weekend model.

New classes start at BYU Salt Lake Center in even years and are taught every other weekend on Fridays and Saturdays. The program is 22 months long and taught year-round. A weeknight option is also available in Provo in odd years.

Visit the EMBA website.

Executive Master in Public Administration (EMPA)

As part of the Romney Institute of Public Management, the mission of the Executive MPA program is to prepare leaders of exceptional capability and integrity who are committed to serving their communities and improving public service organizations.

Students must have a minimum four years of full-time professional, administrative or supervisory work experience.

New classes begin every year at BYU Salt Lake Center and students attend on either Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays depending on the year they begin. Classes are held during fall and winter semesters as well as spring term for three years. Classes are not held Summer term.

Visit the EMPA website.