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Weber State is among the few universities to offer a bachelor’s degree in Respiratory Therapy, preparing students to care for patients and save lives as Registered Respiratory Therapists (RRT).
before you begin the Respiratory Therapy program, you need to know the following
Step One: Apply to WSU
Acceptance into the Respiratory Therapy program is a a two step process:
You must first be accepted to WSU.
Then after meeting with the Admisisons Advisement office, you can apply for the Respiratory Therapy Program.
Transfer Students: After acceptance into WSU, any student who has an AS and an RRT interested in completing a BS in Respiratory Therapy, can follw the link below to apply for the RT program that is right for you.
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Before applying to Weber State's Respiratory Therapy program, please schedule an appointment with one of our excellent Admissions Advisors to make sure you have met (or are on track to meet) all admission requirements.
Until you are accepted into the Respiratory Therapy program, please visit our Dumke College of Health Professions Office of Admissions Advisement or contact their office at 801-626-6136 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete all courses on the Respiratory Therapy Applicant Cheklist with a letter grade of C or higher. CR/NC is not acceptable for these courses.
Step Three: Program Application
The Respiratory Therapy program is now accepting applications for our Farmington/Salt Lake Cohort. Any student who doesn't already have an RRT applies here.
We highly recommend you meet with an Admission Advisor. You may set an appointment by calling 801-626-6136.
If you are a transfer/returning student go back to step one and use the provided application link.
Great care is in demand. Be Brilliant.
meet with an advisor and get started today!
Visit our admissions page for more information.