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Program Requirements for Certificates

CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION
Agribusiness
Business
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining
Construction Management 
Cosmetology/Barbering
Engine Performance, Electrical Systems, and Automatic Transmissions 
Engine, Drivetrain, Chassis, and Climate Control
Equine Management
General Education
Industrial Manufacturing Technology
Industrial Mechanics Technology
Manual Machining
Practical Nursing (LPN) 
Precision Agriculture

CERTIFICATES OF PROFICIENCY
Advanced Composites
Advanced Cybersecurity
Advanced Networking Technology
Agribusiness
Basic Accounting
Business and Music Technology 
Cabinetry and Architectural Woodwork
Chassis and Climate Control 
Communication
Composites
Construction Management 
Cosmetology/Barbering
Cybersecurity
Diesel Chassis & Electrical Systems
Diesel Drivetrain & Climate Control
Diesel Engine Performance
Diesel Engines & Hydraulics 
Electrical Systems and Automatic Transmissions
Engines and Drivetrains
Engine Performance
Entrepreneurship
Equine Management
Family Life 
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Industrial Manufacturing
Industrial Mechanics
Marketing
Natural Resources
Networking Technology
Outdoor Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Outdoor Product Design and Development
Outdoor Skills 
Precision Agriculture
Teaching English as a Second Language 
Wireless Networking

AWARDS 
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Nail Technology

 

Certificates of Completion

 

Certificate of Completion – Agribusiness

Department: Business
Program Contact: Jay Olsen
Phone: (435)283-7335
Email: jay.olsen@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business  
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)
  • ECON 1740 US Economic History (3)
  • AGBS 1010 Fundamentals of Animal Science (4)
  • AGBS 1100 Agribusiness Career Explorations (2)
  • AGBS 2020 Intro. To Agri. Economics & Agri. Business (3)
  • AGBS 2030 Agricultural Managerial Analysis & Decision Making (3)
  • BUS 1010 Introduction to Business (3)
  • BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminar (1-2)
  • Choose 6 credits (2 classes) from the following
    • BUS 1210 Personal Finance (3)
    • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
      BUS 1480 Advertising and Promotion (3)
    • BUS 2050 Business Law (3)
    • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)

Required Credits: 32-33

Related Programs:

   

Certificate of Completion – Business

Department: Business
Program Contact: Stacee McIff
Phone: (435)283-7566
Email: stacee.mciff@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page:  www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

Core Requirements:

  • BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • BUS 1170 Team and Interpersonal Dynamics (3)
  • BUS 1200 Business Careers Seminar (1)
  • BUS 1700 Professional Business Leaders (1)
  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology & Applications (3)
       or
    BUS 2010 Business Computer Proficiency (3)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)

Track/Options (Choose One) (16-21):

Elective Courses:

  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology & Applications (3)
  • BUS 1110 Digital Media Tools (4)
  • BUS 1210 Personal Finance - GE (3)
  • BUS 1270 Strategic Selling - GE (3)
  • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
  • BUS 1510 Photoshop (3)
  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminars (1)
  • BUS 2010 Business Computer Proficiency (3)
  • BUS 2050 Business Law (3)
  • BUS 2222 Entrepreneurship (3)
  • BUS 2450 Presentations for Business - GE (3)
  • BUS 2600 Project Management (3)
  • BUS 2650 Principles of Management (3)

Required Credits: 30-33

Related Programs:

  

Certificate of Completion – Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining

Department: Industrial Technologies
Contact: Alan Hart
Phone: (435) 893-2250
Email: alan.hart@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/industrialtech/index.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_indm 

Program Description and Outcomes: 

Student will take courses specific to computer numerical control (CNC) machining knowledge and will gain marketable skills in the same. This certificate is a subset of the AAS degree in Machine Tool Technology. Students completing this certification will be prepared to work in the machining industry at all levels of CNC machining as CNC operators or programmers including general CNC machinist.

Requirements: 

  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology/Applications (3)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)
  • MANF 1300 Geometric Dimensioning (3)
  • MANF 1500 Quality Control (3)
  • MTT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • MTT 1930 Leadership/Professional Dev 1 (1)
  • MTT 2330 Introduction to CNC (3)
  • MTT 2335 Intro to CNC Lab (5)
  • MTT 2430 CNC Operations (3)
  • MTT 2435 CNC Operations Lab (5)
  • MTT 2930 Leadership/Professional Dev 2 (1)

Required Credits: 33 

Related Programs: 

 

 

Certificate of Completion – Construction Management

Department: Construction Technology
Program Contact: Ivan Starr 
Phone: (435) 283-7046
Email: ivan.starr@snow.edu

Department’s webpage:  https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/bccm/index.html  
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_cnst  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

The goal of the certificate programs in Construction Management is to establish an understanding of the major areas of construction applications. Students begin with an introduction to construction methods, applications, and safety. Followed by theory and labs covering skills and knowledge of the construction industry; design considerations in constructing homes; knowledge and use of layout techniques. Additionally, students develop proficiency in the safe handling of tools and materials; gain experience with a range of construction processes, such as, framing, estimating, scheduling, cabinet building and building design.

Requirements:

Core Courses - Complete All (18 Credits)

  • CM 1155 Construction Print Reading (3)
  • CM 2020 Materials and Methods I (3)
  • CM 2275 Construction Codes and Zoning (3)
  • CM 2460 Construction Scheduling and Cost Control (3)
  • CM 2850 Construction Math and Estimating (3)
  • CM 1210 Construction Technologies Lab I (3)
      or
    CM 1710 Construction Technologies Lab II (3)

CM Elective Courses - Choose 2 (6 Credits)

  • CM 1200 Building Science Fundamentals (3)
  • CM 1290 Residential Electrical Wiring (3)
  • CM 1710 Construction Technologies Lab II (3)
  • CM 2030 Materials and Methods II (3)
  • CM 2610 Architectural Drafting CAD (3)
  • DRFT 1100 Architecture-Residential Design (3)

Communication Requirement - Choose 1 (3 Credits)

  • +BUS 1270 Strategic Selling (3)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communications (3)
  • BUS 2450 Presentations for Business (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)

+Required for Business Entrepreneurial Certificate

Human Relations Requirement - Choose 1 (3 Credits)

  • BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations SS GE (3)
  • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communications (3)

Computation Requirement - Choose 1 (3 Credits)

  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4)

Required Credits: 36

Related Programs:

  

Certificate of Completion – Cosmetology/Barbering

Department: Services Technology
Program Contact: Teri Mason
Phone: (435) 893-2261
Email: teri.mason@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/stec
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_stec.html

Program Description & Outcomes:

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • Complete the Certificate of Proficiency – Cosmetology/Barbering (44)

Computation requirement (3):

  • MATH 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • MATH 1050 College Algebra (3)
  • BUS 1060 Quickbooks for Small Business (3)

Communication requirement (3):

  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)

Human Relations requirement (2):

  • COSB 1910 Professional Development Course 1 (1)
  • COSB 1920 Professional Development Course 2 (1)
  • COSB 1581 SkillsUSA – Level 1 (1)
  • COSB 1582 SkillsUSA – Level 2 (1)
  • COSB 2581 SkillsUSA – Level 3 (1)
  • COSB 2582 SkillsUSA – Level 4 (1)

Required Credits: 52

Related Programs:

 

Certificate of Completion – Engine Performance, Electrical Systems, and Automatic Transmissions

Department: Transportation Technology 
Program Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/trans 
Department’s catalog page:  www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • AUTO 1000 Safety & Basics (1)
  • AUTO 1600 Electrical and Electronics I (5)
  • AUTO 2601 Electrical and Electronics II (4)
  • AUTO 2605 Electrical and Electronics II Lab (2)
  • AUTO 1801 Auto Fuel, Emissions, & Ignition Systems (2)
  • AUTO 1805 Auto Fuel, Emissions, & Ignition Systems Lab (3)
  • AUTO 2801 Auto Engine Performance (2)
  • AUTO 2805 Auto Engine Performance Lab (3)
  • AUTO 1201 Auto Transmissions and Transaxles (2)
  • AUTO 1205 Auto Transmissions and Transaxles Lab (3)
  • AUTO 1715 Technical Math (3)
      OR
    BUS 1020 Introduction to Computers & Business Applications (3)

Required Credits: 30

Related Programs:

  

Certificate of Completion – Engine, Drivetrain, Chassis, and Climate Control

Department: Transportation Technology
Program Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/trans 
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • AUTO 1000 Safety & Basics (1)
  • AUTO 1101 Auto Engine Repair (2)
  • AUTO 1105 Auto Engine Repair Lab (3)
  • AUTO 1600 Electrical and Electronics I (5)
  • AUTO 1301 Auto Manual Transmissions/Transaxles & Power Trains (2)
  • AUTO 1305 Auto Manual Transmissions/Transaxles & Power Trains Lab (3)
  • AUTO 1501 Auto Brakes (2)
  • AUTO 1505 Auto Brakes Lab (3)
  • AUTO 1401 Suspension and Steering (2)
  • AUTO 1405 Suspension and Steering Lab (3)
  • AUTO 2701 Auto Heating and Air Conditioning (2)
  • AUTO 2705 Auto Heating and Air Conditioning Lab (2)

Required Credits: 30 

Related Programs:

  

Certificate of Completion – Equine Management

Department: Business
Program Contact: Jay Olsen
Phone: (435)283-7335
Email: jay.olsen@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Students who complete this certificate will acquire knowledge and skills in equine management built on agribusiness and business classes complimented with equine management classes that prepare them for entry level positions in the workforce or return to successfully run the family farm or start an equine related business. Students will complete a selected set of BUS classes that complement the AGBS classes. The program is designed for students to learn business and entrepreneurial skills as well as basic equine management production skills allowing them to contribute to existing and startup agribusinesses.

Requirements:

  • AGBS 1010 Fundamentals of Animal Science (4)
  • AGBS 1100 Agribusiness Career Explorations (2)
  • AGBS 1700 Western Riding Skills I (3)
  • AGBS 1900 Horse Breaking and Training I (3)
  • AGBS 2030 Analysis and Decision Making (3)
  • AGBS 2700 Western Riding Skills II (3)
  • AGBS 2900 Horse Breaking and Training II (3)
  • ECON 1740 US Economic History (3) or
     HIST 1700 American Civilization (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)
  • Choose 6 credits (2 classes) from the following
    • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
    • BUS 1210 Personal Finance (3)
    • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)
    • BUS 1480 Advertising and Promotion (3)
    • BUS 2050 Business Law (3)

Required Credits: 32

Related Programs:

   

Certificate of Completion – General Education

Program Description & Outcomes:  

The requirements for this program are the GE requirements for this year. 

Catalog description for Snow College's General Education:   https://www.snow.edu/catalog/general_education.html 
Webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/ge/index.html 

Requirements:

  • Foundations (FND) (3)
  • American Institutions (AI) (3)*
  • Expository Writing (E1) (3)*
  • Intermediate Writing (E2) (3)*
  • Quantitative Literacy (MA) (3)*
  • Fine Arts (FA) (3)
  • Humanities (HU) (3)
  • Integrated Exploration (3)
  • Natural Science (7)** 
    • Life Science (LS) (3)
    • Physical Science (PS) (3)
    • LS, PS, or Lab (LB) (1)
  • Social and Behavior Science (SS) (3)

Required Credits: 34

Notes:

*Must be passed at a C- or higher.
**To satisfy the Natural Science GE requirement, students must earn 3 credits of Life Science (LS) and 3 credits of Physical Science (PS). The remaining credit came come from LS, PS, or Lab (LB). Students can satisfy this requirement by taking one three-credit course and one four-credit course. 

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Certificate of Completion – Industrial Manufacturing Technology

Department: Industrial Technology
Program Contact: Alan Hart
Phone: (435)893-2250
Email: alan.hart@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/industrialtech/index.html
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_indm 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • MANF 1060 Industrial Blueprint Reading (3)
  • MANF 1100 Manufacturing and Automation (3)
  • MANF 1350 Manufacturing Processes and Design (3)
  • MANF 1400 Composites (3)
  • INDM 1050 Industrial Safety & Basics (1)
  • INDM 1600 Industrial Electricity (3)
  • INDM 1800 Industrial Hydraulics (3)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding (3)
  • Communication Requirement (3)
    • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition* (3)
    • BUS 2200 Business Communications (3)
      *If you plan on transferring into a Bachelor degree program, you will need MATH 1050.
  • Computation Requirement (3)
    • INDM 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
    • MATH 1050 College Algebra* (4)
      *If you plan on transferring into a Bachelor degree program, you will need MATH 1050.
  • Computer Requirement (3)
    • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)
  • Human Relations Requirement (2)
    • MANF 1930 Leadership & Professional Development I (1)
    • MANF 2930 Leadership & Professional Development II (1)

Credit Requirements: 33

Related Programs:

   

Certificate of Completion – Industrial Mechanics Technology

Department: Industrial Technology
Contact: Ken Avery
Phone: (435) 893-2225
Email: ken.avery@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/industrialtech/index.html
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_indm.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • INDM 1050 Industrial Safety and Basics (1)
  • INDM 1100 Industrial Mechanics I (3)
  • INDM 1200 Industrial Mechanics II (3)
  • INDM 1500 Industrial Pneumatics (3)
  • INDM 1600 Industrial Electricity (3)
  • INDM 1800 Industrial Hydraulics (3)
  • MTT 1000 Machine Tool Technology (2)
  • Composition Requirement (3)
    • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition* (3)
    • BUS 2200 Business Communications (3)
      *If you plan on transferring into a Bachelor degree program, you will need ENGL 1010.
  • Computation Requirement (3)
    • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
    • MATH 1010 Intermediate Algebra (4)
    • MATH 1050 College Algebra* (4)
      *If you plan on transferring into a Bachelor degree program, you will need MATH 1050.
  • Computer Requirement (3)
    • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)
  • Human Relations Requirement (2)
    • BUS 1170 Human Relations (3)
    • GNST 1200 Foundations (FND) (3)

Required Credits: 30

Related Programs:

  

Certificate of Completion – Manual Machining

Department: Industrial Technologies
Contact: Alan Hart
Phone: (435) 893-2250
Email: alan.hart@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/industrialtech/index.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_indm 

Program Description and Outcomes:

Students will take courses specific to manual machining knowledge and will gain marketable skills in the same. This certificate is a subset of the AAS degree in Machine Tool Technology. Students completing this certification will be prepared to work in the machining industry at all levels of manual machining industry as lathe & turning and/or milling and planning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders including general manual machinist.  

Requirements:

  • BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (4)
  • MTT 1060 Industrial Print Reading (3)
  • MTT 1110 Intro to Precision Machining (3)
  • MTT 1125 Intro Precision Machining Lab (5)
  • MTT 1210 Interm. Precision Machining (3)
  • MTT 1225 Inter Precision Machining Lab (5)
  • MTT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • MTT 1930 Leadership/Professional Dev 1 (1)
  • MTT 2930 Leadership/Professional Dev 2 (1)

Required Credits: 31 

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Certificate of Completion – Practical Nursing (LPN)

Department: Allied Health
Program Contact: Melissa Blackner
Phone: (435)893-2232
Email: melissa.blackner@snow.edu 

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/alliedhealth 
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_ahna.html   

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Preparation for State Certification: The Practical Nursing program offers the students a Certificate of Completion in Practical Nursing and eligibility to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX –PN).  Students will be prepared to go directly into the workforce and/or choose to continue to study towards a higher nursing degree.

The Practical Nursing program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing Inc. (ACEN)

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
(404) 975-5000
www.acenursing.org

Classes will be held on the Snow College Richfield campus, as well as at Ephraim and Nephi outreach sites, using interactive video conferencing technology. Clinical sites are held in designated facilities. Practical nurses are prepared to work under the supervision of the registered nurse or licensed physician in a variety of health care delivery systems.

Outcomes: 

Students who complete the Practical Nursing program at Snow College will demonstrate that they:

  • Apply basic principles from the biological and behavioral sciences and nursing theory to determine nursing actions for individuals and their families in a variety of health care settings.
  • Participate as a mid-level member of a nursing team assigned to complete patient assessments, including planning, implementation, and evaluation of nursing care to assist clients of all ages to meet their functional needs.
  • Safely implement evidence-based psychomotor skills within the LPN scope of practice.
  • Use effective communication skills with clients, family members, and health team members.
  • Provide health education for individuals, families, and peers within the LPN scope of practice.
  • Demonstrate concern for sociocultural and spiritual values when interacting with clients and health team members in a variety of settings.
  • Display responsibility and accountability for his/her nursing care utilizing ethical and legal principles within the LPN scope of practice.
  • Select appropriate goals for continued self-growth and vocational mobility to achieve his/her full potential.
  • Provide service to classmates, clients, families, community, and health team members.

Admission Requirements:

Students must apply for admission into this program. Admission into the Practical Nursing program is on a point system as there is limited space available. Points are primarily based upon GPA and references.

Admission Requirements

Admission Procedures

An application packet can be obtained from the Allied Health department office manager, 435-893-2232, or download a packet at www.snow.edu/alliedhealth.

The application deadline is April 15.

  1. Applications must be submitted to the Allied Health department at Snow College and include. 
    • a complete and signed LPN application;
    • Official transcripts from all colleges and/or universities attended to date must be received by the Allied Health department by April 15 of current year;
    • cumulative College GPA 3.0 or higher
    • two letters of recommendation, preferably from previous employers or teachers;
    • $25 non-refundable Nursing Application fee payable to Snow College.
    • Provide proof of current Utah Certified Nursing Assistant License.
    • Provide evidence of math competency by one of the following methods:
      1. ACT test results with a minimum math score of 23;
      2. Completion of MATH 1010 with a minimum of a C (2.0) grade
      3. ALEKS PPL Assessment: Students must score 30 or above in the ALEKS Placement, Preparation and Learning (ALEKS PPL) Assessment. You can find more information regarding ALEKS PPL Assessment at: http://www.snow.edu/academics/science_math/math.aleks/index.html
  2. Completion of prerequisite courses outlined below before entering nursing program. Prerequisite courses must be passed with a C (2.0) grade or better; any grade below a C (2.0) will not be accepted. 

Acceptance into the Practical Nursing program will be by letter of notification before June 1 of the current year.  

Prospective students are not considered as applicants or re-applicants until all admission procedures have been met.

Post Admission Requirements:

These requirements are to be submitted to the Allied Health department before the first day of the fall semester.

  1. Applicants must have a physical examination by a physician which indicates that the applicant is free from any physical or emotional condition that would preclude successful participation and completion of the program.
  2. Applications must have proof of current immunizations, which include Varicella (chickenpox), Tdap, MMR, Hepatitis B, Two-step TB test or chest X-ray, and current flu vaccine.
  3. Students must pass a drug screen test as well as a background check.
  4. Students must review and agree to adhere to the policies and guidelines outlined in the Snow College Practical Nursing Handbook.

Program Requirements:

Prerequisite Courses (11): 

  • BIOL 2320 Human Anatomy with lab (4)
  • BIOL 2420 Human Physiology with lab (4)
  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)

Corequisite Courses (3):

  • PSY 1010 General Psychology (3)

LPN Core (21): 

  • NURP 1102 Fundamentals of Nursing (4)
  • NURP 1103 Pharmacology (3)
  • NURP 1107 Maternity Nursing (2)
  • NURP 1109 Professional transition for the Practical Nurse (2)
  • NURP 1116 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Lifespan I (5)
  • NURP 1117 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Lifespan II (2)
  • NURP 1118 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Lifespan Clinical (3)

Required Credits: 35

Recommended Courses

It is recommended that students take courses listed below to enhance learning in the Practical Nursing program. These are not required.

  • BIOL 1610, 1615 Biology I with Lab
  • BIOL 2060, 2065 Intro to Microbiology with Lab
  • BIOL 2650 Pathophysiology
  • CHEM 1110, 1115 Chemistry with Lab
  • HFST 1020 Principles of Nutrition
  • HESC 1050 Medical Terminology or
    NURP 1000 Intro to Medical Terminology
  • NURP 1101 Drug Dosages and Calculations
  • HFST 1500 Human Growth and Development

Notes:

All prerequisite and corequisite courses must be passed at a C grade or higher.

All LPN courses must be passed with a C (2.0) grade or higher to continue in the LPN program. To be eligible to transition into the RN program the subsequent year, a student must earn a B- (2.7) grade or higher in all LPN core courses. 

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Certificate of Completion – Precision Agriculture

Department: Business
Program Contact: Matt Goble
Phone: (435)283-7335
Email: matt.goble@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business  
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:

Students who complete this certificate will acquire knowledge and skills in agricultural technology and mechanics that prepare them for entry-level positions in the workforce or return to successfully run the family farm or start their own business. Students will complete a selected set of agriculture technology and mechanics classes. This program is designed for students to learn operational skills as well as fundamental technological and mechanical applications allowing them to contribute to existing and start up agribusinesses.

For more information about this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • AGTM 1600 Electricity and Electronics (5)
  • AGTM 1301/1305 Diesel Drive trains (6)
  • AGTM 1050 Farm Equip Maintenance & repair (3)
  • Certificate of Proficiency Curriculum (20)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communication or
  • ENGL 1410 English Mechanics (3)
  • AGTM 1930 Leadership & Professional Dev. I (1)
  • AGTM 2930 Leadership & Professional Dev. II (1)
  • AGTM 1715 Applied Technical Math or
  • MATH 1010 Algebra (4)
  • AGTM 1101/1105 Engine Repair (5)
  • AGTM 1030 Related Welding (3)
  • AGTM 1210 Small Engines (3)

Required Credits: 34

Related Programs:

  • AAS in Agribusiness
  • AAS in Precision Agriculture
  • Certificate of Completion – Agribusiness
  • Certificate of Proficiency – Agribusiness
  • Certificate of Proficiency – Precision Agriculture

 


 

Certificates of Proficiency

 

Certificate of Proficiency – Advanced Composites

Department: Industrial Technologies
Program Contact: Alan Hart
Phone: 435.283.2250
Email: alan.hart@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/industrialtech/index.html
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_indm

Program Description & Outcomes:

 

Requirements:

  • CMP 1400 Filament Winding (3)
  • CMP 1500 Cutting Table (3)
  • CMP 1600 Composites Drafting (3)
  • CMP 1700 Oven/Autoclave (3)
  • CMP 1800 Part Finishing/Repair Capstone (5) 

Required Credits: 17

Related Programs:

 

Certificate of Proficiency – Advanced Cybersecurity

Department: Information Technology
Program Contact: Mike Medley
Phone: (435) 893-2264
Email: mike.medley@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/cis/index.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_itec 

Program Description & Outcomes:

 

Requirements:

  • CIS 1060 IT Project Management (3)
  • CIS 1205 Routing and Switching (3)
  • CIS 1620 Linux Fundamentals (3)
  • CIS XXXX Security Essential (3)
  • CIS XXXX Cloud+ (3)
  • CIS XXXX Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Management (3)
  • CIS XXXX Cybersecurity Analyst (3)

Required Credits: 21

Related Programs:

 

Certificate of Proficiency – Advanced Networking Technology

Department: Information Technology
Program Contact: Mike Medley
Phone: (435) 893-2264
Email: mike.medley@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/cis/index.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_itec 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Snow College Computer Information Systems provides an engaging learning environment that prepares students for employment in the computer networking field through current, rigorous, and hands-on learning activities.

Computer Information Systems covers a broad range of career opportunities. You could be a IT network administrator, IT network analyst, IT project manager, or an IT network technician. Companies large and small need employees skilled in CIS-related specialties, resulting in extensive options for a successful career.

If you like working with information, a database administrator position might be a good career for you. If puzzles or math intrigue you, programming could be a good choice. The beauty of computer information systems is that you can choose your specialty in a demanding career field where there are ample career opportunities to choose from. In Utah the average salary for a Network Administrator is $67,380, a web developer could earn around $50,000 a year, computer programmers earn around $46,000 a year, and software engineering averages a competitive salary of $77,558.

Requirements:

  • CIS 2200 Scaling Networks in the Enterprise (3) 
  • CIS 2205 Wide Area Networking (3)
  • CIS 2210 Cisco ROUTE: Implementing IP Routing (3)
  • CIS 2215 Cisco SWITCH: Implementing IP Switching (3)
  • CIS 2220 Cisco TSHOOT: Maintaining and Troubleshooting IP Networks (3)
  • CIS 2300 Cisco Wireless Networking Fundamentals (3)

Required Credits: 18

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Certificate of Proficiency – Agribusiness

Department: Business
Program Contact: Jay Olsen
Phone: (435)283-7335
Email: jay.olsen@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/business/index.html 
Department’s catalog page:  https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

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Requirements:

  • AGBS 1010 Fundamentals of Animal Science (4)
       or
    NR 1030 Fundamentals of Food Production Systems (2)
  • AGBS 1100 Agri. Business Career Explorations (2)
  • AGBS 2020 Intro Agri. Economics and Agri. Business (3)
  • AGBS 2030 Agricultural Managerial Analysis & Decision Making (3)
  • BUS 1060 Business Management Accounting (3)
  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminar (1)
  • BUS 1010 Introduction to Business (3) 

    or
    BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)

Required Credits: 17-19

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Certificate of Proficiency - Basic Accounting

Department: Business
Program Contact: Stacee McIff
Phone: (435)283-7566
Email: stacee.mciff@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:

Students will be able to complete courses in accounting and business. Students will gain entry level knowledge, skills, and abilities related to general accounting theory and application in various business settings. Students will be able to perform accounting functions, such as traditional bookkeeping, financial calculations for business management, and basic personal finance. 

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • ACCT 1200 Basic Income Tax Preparation (1)
  • ACCT 2010 Financial Accounting (3)
  • ACCT 2020 Managerial Accounting (3)
  • BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • BUS 1210 Personal and Consumer Finance (3)
  • BUS 2010 Business Computer Proficiency (3)

Required Credits: 16

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Certificate of Proficiency – Business and Music Technology

Department: Business
Program Contact: Stacee McIff
Phone: (435)283-7566
Email: stacee.mciff@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/business/index.html
Department’s catalog page:  https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_musc.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

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Requirements:

  • BUS 1110 Digital Media Tools (4)
  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology & Application (3)
  • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)
  • MUSC 3750 Survey of Music Business (3)
  • MUSC 1100 Intro to Music Theory (2)
  • MUSC 1200 Survey of Music Technology (2)
  • MUSC 1901 Performing Arts Exploratory: Music Careers (1)

Required Credits: 21

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Certificate of Proficiency - Cabinetry and Architectural Woodwork 

Department: Construction Technology
Program Contact: Don Saltzman
Phone: (435) 283-7577
Email: don.saltzman@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/cm  
Department’s catalog page:  https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_cnst.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:

The goal of the certificate programs in Construction Management is to establish an understanding of the major areas of construction applications. Students begin with an introduction to construction methods, applications, and safety. Followed by theory and labs covering skills and knowledge of the construction industry; design considerations in constructing homes; knowledge and use of layout techniques. Additionally, students develop proficiency in the safe handling of tools and materials; gain experience with a range of construction processes, such as, framing, estimating, scheduling, cabinet building and building design.

Requirements:

Required Courses - Complete All (12 Credits)

  • CM 1155 Construction Print Reading (3)
  • CM 2150 Cabinet Construction (3)
  • CM 2690 Woodworking Technology (3)
  • CM 2850 Construction Math & Estimating (3)

Business Elective Courses - Choose 2 (6 Credits)

  • +BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)
  • +BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • +BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • BUS 1210 Personal and Consumer Finance (3)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communications (3)
  • BUS 2450 Presentations for Business (3)

+Required for Business Entrepreneurial Certificate

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Certificate of Proficiency – Chassis and Climate Control

Department: Transportation Technology
Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/trans_dept.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html   

Program Description & Outcomes:

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Requirements:

Required Courses (13):

  • AUTO 1000 Safety & Basics (1)
  • AUTO 1401 Suspension and Steering (2)
  • AUTO 1405 Suspension and Steering Lab (2)
  • AUTO 1501 Auto Brakes (2)
  • AUTO 1505 Auto Brakes Lab (2)
  • DMT 2701 Auto Heating and Air Conditioning (2)
  • DMT 2705 Auto Heating and Air Conditioning Lab (2)

Elective Courses (3): 

  • AUTO 1601 Electrical and Electronics I (4)
  • AUTO 1605 Electrical and Electronics I Lab (1)
  • AUTO 1001 Basic Automotive Technology I (5)
  • AUTO 1002 Basic Automotive Technology II (5)
  • DMT 1001 Intro to Diesel Technology I (5)
  • DMT 1002 Intro to Diesel Technology II (5)
  • AUTO 1509 Hot Rods and Performance Vehicles (2)
  • MTT 1000 Survey of Machine Tool (2)
  • MTT 1350 Related Machine Shop Practices (2)
  • WELD 1012 Oxy-Acetylene Welding (2)
  • WELD 1015 Cutting Processes (2)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (4)
  • CMP 1000 Composite Basics (3)
  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology Applications (3)
  • GNST 1200 GE Foundations OR BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math OR MATH 1050 College Algebra (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing OR BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)

Total Proficiency Credits 16

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Certificate of Proficiency - Communication

Department: Communications
Program Contact: Sandra Cox
Phone: (435) 283-7384
Email: sandra.cox@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/communication 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_comm.html 

Program Description & Outcomes

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Requirements

  • COMM 1010 Introduction to Communication (3)
  • COMM 1020 Public Speaking (3)
  • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication (3)
  • COMM 2150 Intercultural Communication (3)
  • COMM 2170 Organizational Communication (3)
  • COMM 2300 Public Relations (3)

Required Credits:  18

 

Certificate of Proficiency in Composites

Department: Industrial Technology
Program Contact: Chad Avery
Phone: 435.893.2257
Email: chad.avery@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/industrialtech/index.html  
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_indm 

Program Description & Outcomes: 

Requirements: 

  • CMP 1000 Composite Basics (3)
  • CMP 1100 Mold Preparation and Tooling (3)
  • CMP 1200 Composite Core, Prepreg, and Matrix Materials (3)
  • CMP 1300 Vacuum Bag Processes (3)
  • MANF 1060 Industrial Print Reading (3)
  • MANF 1500 Quality Control (3)

Required Credits: 18

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Certificate of Proficiency - Construction Management 

Department: Construction Technology
Program Contact: Ivan Starr 
Phone: (435) 283-7046 
Email: ivan.starr@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/cm 
Department’s catalog page:  https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_cnst.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:

The goal of the certificate programs in Construction Management is to establish an understanding of the major areas of construction applications. Students begin with an introduction to construction methods, applications, and safety. Followed by theory and labs covering skills and knowledge of the construction industry; design considerations in constructing homes; knowledge and use of layout techniques. Additionally, students develop proficiency in the safe handling of tools and materials; gain experience with a range of construction processes, such as, framing, estimating, scheduling, cabinet building and building design.

Requirements:

Required Courses - Complete All (6 Credits)

  • CM 1155 Construction Print Reading (3)
  • CM 2020 Material and Methods I (3)

CM Elective Courses - Choose 3 of the following Courses (9 Credits)

  • CM 1200 Building Science Fundamentals (3)
  • CM 1210 Construction Technologies Lab I (3)
  • CM 1290 Residential Electrical Wiring (3)
  • CM 1710 Construction Technologies Lab II (3)
  • CM 2275 Construction Codes and Zoning (3)
  • CM 2610 Architectural Drafting CAD (3)

Business Elective Courses - Choose 1 (3 Credits)

  • +BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)
  • +BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • +BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • BUS 1210 Personal and Consumer Finance (3)
  • +BUS 1270 Strategic Selling (3)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communications (3)
  • BUS 2450 Presentations for Business (3)

+Required for Business Entrepreneurial Certificate

Required Credits: 18

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Certificate of Proficiency – Cosmetology/Barbering

Department: Services Technology
Program Contact: Teri Mason
Phone: (435) 893-2261
Email: teri.mason@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/stec
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_stec.html

Program Description & Outcomes:

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements

The program requires 1600 clock hours.

Core Courses (44):

  • COSB 1000 Basic Cosmetology Theory (4)
  • COSB 1005 Basic Cosmetology Lab (5)
  • COSB 1015 Basic Barbering Lab (4)
  • COSB 1100 Basic Barbering Theory (3)
  • COSB 1200 Cosmetology/Barber Sciences (3)
  • COSB 1205 Intermediate Cosmetology Lab (3-6)
  • COSB 1215 Intermediate Barbering Lab (2-4)
  • COSB 2300 Principles of Cosmetology/Barbering (3)
  • COSB 2305 Advanced Cosmetology Lab (3-6)
  • COSB 2315 Advanced Barbering Lab (2-4)
  • COSB 2505 Cosmetology Capstone (2)

Electives:

Additional elective credit courses may be required to reach the 1600 clock hours required for state licensure.

  • COSB 1519 Cosmetology/Barbering Lab (1-6)
  • COSB 2519 Adv. Cosmetology/Barbering Lab (1-6)
  • GNST 1001 Start Smart (1)
  • GNST 1010 College Study Skills (1)
  • GNST 1020 College Success Skills (3)

Required Credits: 44

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Certificate of Proficiency – Cybersecurity

Department: Information Technology
Program Contact: Mike Medley
Phone: (435) 893-2264
Email: mike.medley@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/cis/index.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_itec 

Program Description & Outcomes:

 

Requirements:

  • CIS 1125 IT Essentials (3)
  • CIS 1140 Network Essentials (3)
  • CIS 1200 Introduction to Networks (3)
  • CIS 1310 Security Fundamentals (3)
  • CIS XXXX Cloud Essentials (3)
  • CIS XXXX Information Security Fundamentals (3)

Required Credits: 18

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Certificate of Proficiency – Diesel Chassis & Electrical Systems

Department: Transportation Technology
Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/trans_dept.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • AUTO 1000 Safety and Basics (1)
  • AUTO 2601 Starting/Charging/Lighting Systems (4)
  • AUTO 2605 Lighting Systems Lab (2)
  • DMT 1401 Steering and Suspension (2)
  • DMT 1405 Steering/Suspension Lab (2)
  • DMT 1501 Brakes (2)
  • DMT 1505 Brakes Lab (2)

Electives (2): 

  • AUTO 1001 Basic Automotive Technology I (5)
  • AUTO 1002 Basic Automotive Technology II (5)
  • DMT 1001 Intro to Diesel Technology I (5)
  • DMT 1002 Intro to Diesel Technology II (5)
  • AUTO 1509 Hot Rods and Performance Vehicles (2)
  • MTT 1000 Survey of Machine Tool (2)
  • MTT 1350 Related Machine Shop Practices (2)
  • WELD 1012 Oxy-Acetylene Welding (2)
  • WELD 1015 Cutting Processes (2)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (4)
  • CMP 1000 Composite Basics (3)
  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology Applications (3)
  • GNST 1200 GE Foundations (3) OR
    BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3) OR
    MATH 1050 College Algebra (4)
  • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing (3) OR
    BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)

Required Credits: 18

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Certificate of Proficiency – Diesel Drivetrain & Climate Control

Department: Transportation Technology
Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/trans_dept.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • AUTO 1000 Safety and Basics (1)
  • DMT 1301 Transmissions and Drivetrains (3)
  • DMT 1305 Drivetrain Lab (3)
  • DMT 2701 Heating and A/C (2)
  • DMT 2705 Heating and A/C Lab (2)

Electives (5): 

  • AUTO 1001 Basic Automotive Technology I (5)
  • AUTO 1002 Basic Automotive Technology II (5)
  • DMT 1001 Intro to Diesel Technology I (5)
  • DMT 1002 Intro to Diesel Technology II (5)
  • AUTO 1509 Hot Rods and Performance Vehicles (2)
  • MTT 1000 Survey of Machine Tool (2)
  • MTT 1350 Related Machine Shop Practices (2)
  • WELD 1012 Oxy-Acetylene Welding (2)
  • WELD 1015 Cutting Processes (2)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (4)
  • CMP 1000 Composite Basics (3)
  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology Applications (3)
  • GNST 1200 GE Foundations (3) OR
    BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3) OR
    MATH 1050 College Algebra (4)
  • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing (3) OR
    BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)

Required Credits: 16

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Certificate of Proficiency – Diesel Engine Performance

Department: Transportation Technology
Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/trans_dept.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

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Requirements:

  • AUTO 1000 Safety and Basics (1)
  • AUTO 1601 Electrical and Electronics I (4)
  • AUTO 1605 Electrical and Electronics I Lab (1)
  • DMT 1801 Fuel and Injection Systems (2)
  • DMT 1805 Fuels systems Lab (2)
  • DMT 2801 Emissions/Computer Engine Controls (2)
  • DMT 2805 Emissions Lab (2)

Electives (3): 

  • AUTO 1001 Basic Automotive Technology I (5)
  • AUTO 1002 Basic Automotive Technology II (5)
  • DMT 1001 Intro to Diesel Technology I (5)
  • DMT 1002 Intro to Diesel Technology II (5)
  • AUTO 1509 Hot Rods and Performance Vehicles (2)
  • MTT 1000 Survey of Machine Tool (2)
  • MTT 1350 Related Machine Shop Practices (2)
  • WELD 1012 Oxy-Acetylene Welding (2)
  • WELD 1015 Cutting Processes (2)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (4)
  • CMP 1000 Composite Basics (3)
  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology Applications (3)
  • GNST 1200 GE Foundations (3) OR
    BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3) OR
    MATH 1050 College Algebra (4)
  • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing (3) OR
    BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)

Required Credits: (17)

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Certificate of Proficiency – Diesel Engines & Hydraulics

Department: Transportation Technology
Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/trans_dept.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • AUTO 1000 Safety and Basics (1)
  • AUTO 1601 Electrical and Electronics I (4)
  • AUTO 1605 Electrical and Electronics I Lab (1)
  • DMT 1101 Engine Repair (2)
  • DMT 1105 Engine Repair Lab (2)
  • DMT 2311 Hydraulics and Pneumatics (2)
  • DMT 2315 Hydraulics Lab (2)

Electives (2): 

  • AUTO 1001 Basic Automotive Technology I (5)
  • AUTO 1002 Basic Automotive Technology II (5)
  • DMT 1001 Intro to Diesel Technology I (5)
  • DMT 1002 Intro to Diesel Technology II (5)
  • AUTO 1509 Hot Rods and Performance Vehicles (2)
  • MTT 1000 Survey of Machine Tool (2)
  • MTT 1350 Related Machine Shop Practices (2)
  • WELD 1012 Oxy-Acetylene Welding (2)
  • WELD 1015 Cutting Processes (2)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (4)
  • CMP 1000 Composite Basics (3)
  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology Applications (3)
  • GNST 1200 GE Foundations (3) OR
    BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3) OR
    MATH 1050 College Algebra (4)
  • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing (3) OR
    BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)

Required Credits: 17

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Certificate of Proficiency – Electrical Systems and Automatic Transmissions

Department: Transportation Technology
Program Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/trans_dept.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

Required Courses (12): 

  • AUTO 1000 Safety & Basics (1)
  • AUTO 2601 Electrical and Electronics II (4)
  • AUTO 2605 Electrical and Electronics II Lab (2)
  • AUTO 1201 Auto Transmissions and Transaxles (2)
  • AUTO 1205 Auto Transmissions and Transaxles Lab (3)

Elective Courses (4): 

  • AUTO 1601 Electrical and Electronics I (4)
  • AUTO 1605 Electrical and Electronics I Lab (1)
  • AUTO 1001 Basic Automotive Technology I (5)
  • AUTO 1002 Basic Automotive Technology II (5)
  • DMT 1001 Intro to Diesel Technology I (5)
  • DMT 1002 Intro to Diesel Technology II (5)
  • AUTO 1509 Hot Rods and Performance Vehicles (2)
  • MTT 1000 Survey of Machine Tool (2)
  • MTT 1350 Related Machine Shop Practices (2)
  • WELD 1012 Oxy-Acetylene Welding (2)
  • WELD 1015 Cutting Processes (2)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (4)
  • CMP 1000 Composite Basics (3)
  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology Applications (3)
  • GNST 1200 GE Foundations OR BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math OR MATH 1050 College Algebra (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing OR BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)

Required Credits: 16

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Certificate of Proficiency – Engines and Drivetrains

Department: Transportation Technology
Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/trans_dept.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

Required Courses (14): 

  • AUTO 1000 Safety & Basics (1)
  • AUTO 1601 Electrical and Electronics I (4)
  • AUTO 1605 Electrical and Electronics I (1)
  • AUTO 1101 Auto Engine Repair (2)
  • AUTO 1105 Auto Engine Repair Lab (1)
  • AUTO 1301 Auto Manual Transmissions/Transaxles & Power Trains (2)
  • AUTO 1305 Auto Manual Transmissions/Transaxles & Power Trains Lab (3)

Elective Courses (2): 

  • AUTO 1001 Basic Automotive Technology I (5)
  • AUTO 1002 Basic Automotive Technology II (5)
  • AUTO 2601 Electrical and Electronics II (4)
  • AUTO 2605 Electrical and Electronics II Lab (2)
  • DMT 1001 Intro to Diesel Technology I (5)
  • DMT 1002 Intro to Diesel Technology II (5)
  • AUTO 1509 Hot Rods and Performance Vehicles (2)
  • MTT 1000 Survey of Machine Tool (2)
  • MTT 1350 Related Machine Shop Practices (2)
  • WELD 1012 Oxy-Acetylene Welding (2)
  • WELD 1015 Cutting Processes (2)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (4)
  • CMP 1000 Composite Basics (3)
  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology Applications (3)
  • GNST 1200 GE Foundations OR BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math OR MATH 1050 College Algebra (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing OR BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)

Total Proficiency Credits 16

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Certificate of Proficiency – Engine Performance

Department: Transportation Technology
Program Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/trans_dept.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • AUTO 1000 Safety & Basics (1)
  • AUTO 1600 Electrical and Electronics I (5)
  • AUTO 1801 Auto Fuel, Emissions, & Ignition Systems (2)
  • AUTO 1805 Auto Fuel, Emissions, & Ignition Systems Lab (3)
  • AUTO 2801 Auto Engine Performance (2)
  • AUTO 2805 Auto Engine Performance Lab (3)

Required Credits: 16

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Certificate of Proficiency – Entrepreneurship

Department: Business
Program Contact: Stacee McIff
Phone: (435)283-7566
Email: stacee.mciff@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page:  https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology & Applications (3)
  • BUS 1060 Quick Books for Small Business (3)
  • BUS 1270 Strategic Selling (3)
  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminars (1-2)
  • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
  • BUS 2222 Entrepreneurship (3)
  • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)

Required Credits: 19-20

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Certificate of Proficiency – Equine Management

Department: Business
Program Contact: Jay Olsen
Phone: (435)283-7335
Email: jay.olsen@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

A certificate of proficiency in Equine Management will allow students to gain better agribusiness management skills through exposure to current and relevant agribusiness challenges and opportunities, as well as, exposure to basic livestock agriculture and equine classes. Ten credits toward this certificate are Business (BUS) classes that complement the Agribusiness (AGBS) and Equine classes.

Requirements:

  • AGBS 1010 Fundamentals of Animal Science (4)
  • AGBS 1100 Agribusiness Career Explorations (2) or
    BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminar (2)
  • AGBS 1700 Western Riding Skills I (3)
  • AGBS 2030 Agriculture Managerial Analysis & Decision Making (3)
  • AGBS 2700 Western Riding Skills II (3)
      or
    AGBS 1900 Horse Breaking and Training I (3)
  • AGBS 2900 Horse Breaking and Training II (3)
  • BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminar (2)

Required Credits: 23

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Certificate of Proficiency – Family Life

Department: Home & Family Studies
Program Contact: Danni Larsen
Phone: (435)-7487
Email: danni.larsen@snow.edu

Department’s webpage:  www.snow.edu/hfst 
Department’s catalog page:  https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_hfst.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

This one year certificate program offers practical and theoretical training for the student desiring to be successful in home and family settings. A total of 28 credits are required.

Requirements:

Core courses:

  • HFST 1020 Nutrition (3)
  • HFST 1240 Principles of Food Management (3)
  • HFST 1400 Courtship and Marriage (3)
  • HFST 1500 Human Development (3)
  • HFST 2120 Nutrition for Children (3)
  • HFST 2250 Personal and Consumer Management (3)
  • HFST 2400 Family Relations (3)
  • HFST 2610 Guidance of Young Children (3)

Additional courses:

  • BUS 1210 Personal Finance (3)
  • HFST 1140 Introductory Sewing (2)
  • HFST 1300 Personal and Family Health (2)
  • HFST 1750 Interior Design (3)
  • HFST 2620 Creative Experiences for Children (3)

Required Credits: 28

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Certificate of Proficiency – Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Department: Geology
Program Contact: Kyle Rowley
Phone: (435)283-7668
Email: kyle.rowley@snow.edu

Department's webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/science_math/geology/index.html 

Department's catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_sciencemath.html#cat_nsm_geo 

Program Description & Outcomes:

GIS professionals are essential in the process of taking complex information and converting it into clear visual imagery that can be used in a huge variety of career fields. The software used in GIS allows you to visualize, question, analyze, and interpret data in order to understand relationships, patterns, and trends. GIS specialists are responsible for gathering that information, building and maintaining databases, creating sophisticated maps and diagrams, and simplifying complex information so it can be easily understood.

Students engaged in this program will understand how to use current software and geographic information data to solve natural world problems. Students will use pertinent data to produce digital and paper maps, as well as three-dimensional renderings to illustrate current use and improvement predictions for chosen geographical areas. Upon completion, students will be competent in the management of geographic databases, the creation of various cartographic products, and the analysis of various types of complex spatial problems. They will also be capable of joining any organization in need of geographical information and be instantaneous contributors.

Requirements:

  • DRON or GEO 2845 Drone Operations and Safety Certification (1)
  • GEO 1700 Fundamentals of GPS and GIS Navigation (3)
  • GEO 1800 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (3)
  • GEO 1820 Intermediate Geographic Information Systems (3)
  • GEO 2850 Cartography and Digital Mapping (3)
  • GEO 2900 Applied Geographic Information Systems (3)

Required Credits: 16

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Certificate of Proficiency – Industrial Manufacturing

Department: Industrial Technology
Program Contact: Alan Hart
Phone: (435)893-2250
Email: alan.hart@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/industrialtech/index.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_indm 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • MANF 1100 Manufacturing and Automation (3)
  • MANF 1200 Introduction to Robotics (3)
  • INDM 1050 Industrial Safety & Basics (1)
  • MANF 1060 Industrial Print Reading (3)
  • INDM 1800 Industrial Hydraulics (3)
  • INDM 1100 Industrial Mechanics I (3)
  • Communication Requirement (3) 
    • BUS 2200 Business Communications (3)
    • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)
  • Computer Requirement (3) 
    • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)

Required Credits: 19

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Certificate of Proficiency – Industrial Mechanics

Department: Industrial Technology
Contact: Ken Avery
Phone: (435) 893-2225
Email: ken.avery@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/industrialtech/index.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_indm 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • INDM 1050 Industrial Safety and Basics (1)
  • INDM 1100 Industrial Mechanics I (3)
  • INDM 1200 Industrial Mechanics II (3)
  • INDM 1600 Industrial Electricity (3)
  • INDM 1620 Indistrial Electronics (3) OR
    INDM 1800 Industrial Hydraulics (3)
  • MTT 1000 Machine Tool Technology (2)

Required Credits: 18

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Certificate of Proficiency – Marketing

Department: Business
Program Contact: Stacee McIff
Phone: (435)283-7566
Email: stacee.mciff@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • BUS 1110 Digital Media Tools (4)
  • BUS 1270 Strategic Selling (3)
  • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
  • BUS 1010 Introduction to Business (3)
  • COMM 1500 Introduction to Mass Media (3)

Required Credits: 16

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Certificate of Proficiency – Natural Resources

Department: Natural Resources
Program Contact: Chad Dewey
Phone: 435.283.7337
Email: chad.dewey@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/natres 
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_nr.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:

The certificate program in Natural Resources is to allow students interested in natural resource related fields in other majors to show completion of coursework in natural resources and specifically courses that teach skills and methodology for Natural Resource careers. Coursework will introduce students to natural resource related careers and professionals, field techniques, training certifications, environmental policy, and computerized mapping (Geographic Information Systems, GIS).

Requirements:

Required Courses

  • NR 1010 Introduction to Natural Resources (2)
  • NR 1020 Field Inventory and Sampling Techniques (3) OR
    NR 2030 Agricultural Ecosystem Management (3)
  • NR 2010 Environmental Policy/Scientific Literacy (1)
  • NR 2425 Range Plant Identification (2) OR
    WELD 1030 Related Oxy-acetylene and Arc Welding (3) OR
    Similar introductory tech course (2 or 3)
  • NR 2997 Natural Resource Internship II Existing (2)
  • GEO 1700 Fundamentals of GPS and GIS Navigation OR
    GEO 1800 Introductory Interdisciplinary GIS (3)

Elective Courses
Choose any two:

  • NR 2820 Pesticide Applicator Safety Certification (1)
  • NR 2825 Wilderness Navigation Safety Certification (1)
  • GEO 2845 Drone Operations and Safety Certification (1)

Required Credits: 16

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Certificate of Proficiency – Networking Technology

Department: Information Technology
Program Contact: Mike Medley
Phone: (435) 893-2264
Email: mike.medley@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/cis/index.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_itec  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Snow College Computer Information Systems provides an engaging learning environment that prepares students for employment in the computer networking field through current, rigorous, and hands-on learning activities.

Computer Information Systems covers a broad range of career opportunities. You could be a IT network administrator, IT network analyst, IT project manager, or an IT network technician. Companies large and small need employees skilled in CIS-related specialties, resulting in extensive options for a successful career.

If you like working with information, a database administrator position might be a good career for you. If puzzles or math intrigue you, programming could be a good choice. The beauty of computer information systems is that you can choose your specialty in a demanding career field where there are ample career opportunities to choose from. In Utah the average salary for a Network Administrator is $67,380, a web developer could earn around $50,000 a year, computer programmers earn around $46,000 a year, and software engineering averages a competitive salary of $77,558. 

Requirements:

  • CIS 1125 IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software (3)
  • CIS 1140 Network Essentials (3) 
  • CIS 1200 Introduction to Networks (3)
  • CIS 1205 Routing and Switching Essentials (3)
  • CIS 1310 Network Security Essentials (3)
  • CIS 1620 Linux Fundamentals (3)

Required Credits: 16

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Certificate of Proficiency – Outdoor Leadership and Entrepreneurship

Department: Business
Contact: Whitney Ward
Phone: (435)283-7551
Email: whitney.ward@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page:  https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • BUS 1010 Introduction to Business (3)
  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminars (1)
  • OLE 1000 Introduction to Outdoor Leadership (3)
  • OLE 1010 Outdoor Leadership Business and Careers (3)
  • Choose one of the following (3)
    • BUS 2222 Entrepreneurship
    • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs
  • Choose one of the following (3)
    • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications
    • BUS 1060 Quickbooks for Small Business
    • BUS 1270 Strategic Selling
    • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing
    • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs
  • Choose one of the following (3)
    • OLE 2000 Outdoor Skills or
    • OLE 1535 Backpacking

Required Credits: 19

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Certificate of Proficiency – Outdoor Product Design and Development

Department: Business
Contact: Whitney Ward
Phone: (435)283-7551
Email: whitney.ward@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • BUS 2050 Business Law (3)
  • HFST 1140 Introductory Sewing (2)
  • HFST 2040 Intermediate Sewing (3)
  • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3)
  • OLE 1000 Introduction to Outdoor Leadership (3)
  • OLE 1010 Outdoor Leadership Business and Careers (3)

Required Credits: 17

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Certificate of Proficiency – Outdoor Skills

Department: Business
Contact: Whitney Ward
Phone: 
(435)283-7551
Email:
whitney.ward@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page:  https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • OLE 1000 Introduction to Outdoor Leadership (3)
  • OLE 1542 Wilderness First Responder (3)
  • Choose one of the following (3)
    • OLE1535 Backpacking
    • OLE 2000 Outdoor Skills or
  • Choose two of the following (2)
    • OLE 1505 Kayaking
    • OLE 1515 Sailing
    • OLE 1527 Rock Climbing
    • OLE 1635 Backcountry Skiing
    • OLE 1655 Snowshoeing
    • OLE 1660 Winter Camping
  • Choose two of the following (6)
    • OLE 2450 Climbing Technical Leadership 
    • OLE 2550 Winter Technical Leadership 
    • OLE 2650 Ropes Course Technical Leadership
    • OLE 2750 River/Water Technical Leadership

Required Credits: 17

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Certificate of Proficiency – Precision Agriculture

Department: Business
Program Contact: Matt Goble
Phone: (435)283-7335
Email: matt.goble@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:

This certificate of proficiency will allow student exposure to basic mechanical and technological classes. Credits toward this certificate will focus on principles and functions of agricultural technology and mechanics and introduce students to career opportunities.

Requirements:

  • BUS 2200 Business Communication or
  • ENGL 1410 English Mechanics (3)
  • AGTM 1930 Leadership & Professional Dev. I (1)
  • AGTM 2930 Leadership & Professional Dev. II (1)
  • AGTM 1715 Applied Technical Math or
  • MATH 1010 Algebra (4)
  • AGTM 1101/1105 Engine Repair (5)
  • AGTM 1030 Related Welding (3)
  • AGTM 1210 Small Engines (3)

Required Credits: 20

Related Programs:

  • AAS in Agribusiness
  • AAS in Precision Agriculture
  • Certificate of Completion – Agribusiness
  • Certificate of Completion – Precision Agriculture
  • Certificate of Proficiency – Agribusiness

 

Certificate of Proficiency – Teaching English as a Second Language

Department: Teaching English as a Second Language
Program Contact: Diane Ogden
Phone: (435) 283-7436
Email: diane.ogden@snow.edu 

Department Webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/humanities/tesl/index.html 
Department's catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_tesl.html 

Program Description & Outcomes: 

The TESL department offers a training program for students who want to teach English to non-native speakers of English. Students can earn a Certificate of Proficiency in Teaching English as a Second Language.

Outcomes:

Students will be able to write effective lesson plans, teach English Second Language students effectively across the curriculum and evaluate their progress.

Requirements: 

  • Foreign Language 1010 or higher (4)
  • Foreign Language 1010 or higher (4)*
  • TESL 1050 International Partners (1)
  • TESL 1150 Community Outreach (1)
  • TESL 1400 Methods in Teaching Second Language (3)
  • TESL 1600 Methods in Language Teaching (3)
  • TESL 1997 First Year Practicum in Teaching (4)
  • TESL 2300 Testing and Evaluation (1)
  • TESL 2700 Job Search Resources (1)
  • TESL/ENGL 2650 Language in Society (HU) (3)
  • TESL/ENGL 2660 Introduction to Language Systems (HU) (3)

Required Credits: 26

Notes:

*One of the foreign languages can be satisfied by completing the ESL program through the College or by coming to the College with a TOEFL IBT of 63 or better. If a student uses this option, the student must take GEOG 1300, SOC 1010, EDUC 2400, or ANTH 1000. 

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Certificate of Proficiency – Wireless Networking

Department: Information Technology
Program Contact: Mike Medley
Phone: (435) 893-2264
Email: mike.medley@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/cis/index.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_itec 

Program Description & Outcomes:

 

Requirements:

  • CIS 1060 Wireless Network Administration (3)
  • CIS 1140 Network Essentials (3)
  • CIS 1200 Introduction to Networks (3)
  • CIS 1205 Routing and Switching (3)
  • CIS 1310 Security Fundamentals (3)
  • CIS XXXX Wireless Fundamentals (3)


Required Credits: 18

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AWARDS

 

Award – Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Department: Allied Health

Richfield, Piute, Wayne, Delta, Fillmore CNA Classes

Program Contact: Melissa Blackner
Phone:
(435) 893-2232
Email:
melissa.blackner@snow.edu

Ephraim or Nephi CNA Classes

Program Contact: Jennifer Bushman
Phone: (435) 283-7588
Email: jennifer.bushman@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/alliedhealth 
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_ahna.html   

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Preparation for State Certification: Most nursing programs in the state require candidates to be certified nursing assistants. This course combines classroom and clinical experience to prepare students to pass the state certification exam. Financial aid is not available for this course by itself. Online registration is not available for the Nursing Assistant program and special requirements may apply. Nursing assistant courses are offered at Delta, Ephraim, Fillmore, Nephi, Piute, Richfield and Wayne County.

Outcomes:

Students who complete the Snow College CNA program:

  • Will learn basic health care knowledge, skills, safety, and techniques necessary for certification, which will be evidenced in the state exam results for CNA;
  • Will demonstrate acquired skills and techniques in clinical settings;
  • Will find a job in trained area.

Admission Requirements:

Students must apply for admission into this program. 

  1. Student must be at least 16 years old and a junior in high school to begin the CNA course;
  2. Preference is given to students 17 years or older;
  3. Student must have a TB test before entering the CNA program;
  4. Student must have an approved background check before entering the CNA program. The background check must be received by the Allied Health Administrative Assistant in a sealed envelope.
  5. Applying student must provide the following:
    • High school students: a copy of their ACT with a score of 16 or higher in Math and 15 or higher in Reading or a copy of your high school transcript with a GPA of 2.5 or higher;
    • College student must provide proof of current or past enrollment as a college student;
    • Adult non-credit student must have proof of one of the following
      1. Current or past enrollment as a college student.
      2. Copy of an ACT with a score of 16 or higher in Math and 15 or higher in Reading.
      3. A high school transcript showing a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
      4. Take the ALEKS Placement, Preparation and Learning (ALEKS PPL) Assessment. Students must score 14 or above in the ALEKS PPL Assessment. You can find more information regarding ALEKS PPL Assessment at: https://www.snow.edu/academics/science_math/math/aleks/index.html

Requirements:

  • AHNA 1000 Nursing Assistant (6)

Required Credits: 6

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Award – Nail Technology

Department: Services Technology
Program Contact: Teri Mason
Phone: (435) 893-2261
Email: teri.mason@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: https://www.snow.edu/academics/bat/cosmetology/index.html 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/division_businessappliedtech.html#cat_bat_stec 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

  • COSB 1810 Theory of Nail Technology (4)
  • COSB 1811 Nail Technology Practicum (6)

Required Credits: 10

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