How to Apply
While you may submit your application at any time, you should be aware of the following application review periods for the annual fall semester entry point:
U.S. Citizens and U.S. Permanent Residents
Fall Deadline: March 23 of each year
Fall Deadline: February 20 (if living outside U.S.) or March 1 (if living within U.S.)
Your application package for the WSU Master of Health Administration consists of:
You need to complete additional paperwork in order to comply with university and U.S. immigration regulations.
More Details for International Applicants
If you are an international applicant, you need to complete additional paperwork in order to comply with university and U.S. immigration regulations. If you have questions about the Weber State University admissions process for international applicants, you may contact Admissions at 801-626-6005 or email@example.com.
- Meet all academic requirements above
- Demonstrate proficiency in English
If your native language is not English, you are required to submit a score from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) that is not more than 2 years old and is 550 or higher. If you have received a bachelor's degree from an English-speaking college or university, you are exempted from this requirement.
- You must have taken the TOEFL and received at least your unofficial scores prior to submitting your application. Official score reports must be sent from E.T.S. to Weber State University. WSU’s institutional code is 4941-4211.
- Foreign Credentials Evaluation - If you would like to receive credit for your college work from any colleges or universities that you have attended outside of the United States, you will need to have your credits evaluated by a foreign credential evaluation company. Please visit this website which provides a list of approved companies.
For information about the TOEFL, contact Education Testing Services:
Education Testing Services
P.O. Box 6151
Princeton NJ 08541-6151
Application Status and Notification of Admission
You will be notified by email shortly after each meeting of the MHA Selection Committee as to your application status: accepted or declined. If your application is declined, you may reapply for the next year's admission cycle.