KNOW YOUR CHECKLIST
With such a diverse set of health profession programs, the Dumke College of Health Professions has some additional requirements based on your chosen path of interest. Each program within our college has it's own application process, and acceptance into WSU does not guarantee program admission. Application deadlines and requirements vary by program, and admission is competitive!
Be sure to review our applicant checklists, found in each department under your area of interest for some VERY HELPFUL information.
OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS ADVISEMENT
The Dumke College of Health Professions
We are healthcare today!
The Office of Admissions Advisement is a fundamental resource as you complete your Weber State University health professions program. Meeting with any of our excellent advisors will help you construct your plan to succeed in healthcare! In addition, you will receive important information regarding degree programs, classes, prerequisites, applications and deadlines.
why wait—get started today and start achieving your ever upward pursuit tomorrow!
There is no better time than the present! Follow our three easy steps below and get started with your first semester today!
Step 1: Apply to WSU
Apply to Weber State University.
Weber State University (WSU) is an open-enrollment university, you can apply anytime by visiting the link above.
Don't forget, once a Wildcat always a Wildcat. If you've taken a WSU course in the past (including concurrently) please visit Return to Weber for more information.
Discover more! Get to know our College of Health Professions by watching the video below.
Step 2: Placement
Math & English general education requirements are often delayed by students can postpone your graduation!
Don't delay, and get this done. Watch the video below and learn more about where to start.
More information about Math and English requirements can be found by visiting weber.edu/placement.
Step 3: Register Now
Don't know what classes to take? Don't worry, we've got you covered there, too! Below is a list of some helpful first semester course options, be sure to check out the Quick Tips & Academic Plan on each program page.
- HTHS 1101: Medical Terminology (2)
- PSY 1010 SS: Introductory Psychology (3) OR COMM 1020: Principles of Public Speaking (3) OR COMM 2110: Interpersonal & Small Group Communications (3)
- Math course (know your placement)
- English course (know your placement)
- HTHS 1103: Intro into Healthcare Careers (3)
These above are the fundamental courses for our college, but we are always happy to help, so don't hesitate to meet with our office for further advisement.
For additional information on registration, please visit our WSU registration homepage at weber.edu/registration.
DISCOVER YOUR PROGRAM
each department offers a wide variety of health profession degrees, explore your options and discover MORE!
understand what it takes to achieve your dreams
If you're pursing a pre-medical, pre-pa, or a pre-professional program, it is important to understand that there is no "pre-medical" major at any college or university. Instead, you select a major, in any discipline, and include the courses that medical schools require (such as Anatomy & Physiology) in your undergraduate studies.
WSU provides pre-professional curricula, pre-professional advising, and pre-professional research experiences designed to aid students in preparing for their future goals.
Weber State students are accepted into pre-medical schools, on average, 20% above the national average!
For more information on pre-professional pathways, please contact one of our advisors by emailing email@example.com.
get insight into how our graduate programs can help brighten your future
Considering graduate school is a big step. Whether you're a current student or have been in the workforce for a bit, earning a graduate degree has been shown to provide better earning and career opportunities. To learn more about individual graduate programs within our college, you'll need to contact the program directly. You can do this by following the links below.
Master of Health Administration
Master of Science in Athletic Training
Master of Science in Nursing
Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences
Master of Science in Respiratory Therapy
Physician Assistant Medicine
Doctor of Nursing Practice