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Ready to start your ever upward pursuit? Read below to find information on applications, eligibility, prerequisite requirements and more.


*NEW Extended Deadline: May 15, 2022

  No GRE or GMAT Required

This information is dedicated to our Masters program, for more information about our undergraduate programs and degrees, please visit our departmental page here.

Applications can be submitted any time. All applications received prior to each deadline will be reviewed and applicants can expect a decision within two weeks following each deadline. Exceptional candidates (those who exceed the established admissions criteria) may receive a decision prior to the application deadline for early admissions. 


  to be considered for the Master of Health Administration programs, please follow the steps below  

  • Step 1: Requirements/GPA

    To be considered for the MHA/eMHA programs, you must meet the following prerequisites:

    • Hold a Bachelors degree (must be completed by program start date)—no specific discipline required
    • Meet a GPA requirement of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale
    • Two (2) or more years of supervisory experience (preferred, not required)
    • GRE/GMAT test scores optional (see below) 

    The GRE/GMAT is not required to apply. Applicants with less than 5 years of healthcare or management experience, lower GPA, and lack of quantitative undergraduate courses, are encouraged to submit GRE or GMAT scores. 

    The GRE/GMAT requirement is not necessary for applicants with 5 or more years of healthcare experience or management/supervisory experience. Practicing physicians and others holding a master's, law or doctoral degree may be admitted without the GMAT/GRE or supervisory requirement.

    For questions, contact Brittney Hicken, M.Ed. at brittneyhicken@weber.edu.

    When meeting GRE/GMAT requirements, significant weight is given to GRE aptitude (verbal and quantitative reasoning) with scores of at least 153 and 144, respectively. The GMAT aptitude score should be at least 500. 

    Those under the minimum requirements may still be considered.


  • Step 2: Program Application

    You are responsible for submitting a complete application. The final online application process prompts you to submit your completed application. Your application will not be considered complete until you have submitted a complete online application and all necessary items have been received.

    Applicants of the MHA (on-campus) and eMHA (online) programs will have their materials reviewed by and correspond with the MHA Admissions Committee.

    Each program online application is linked below. Additionally, please review the Application Requirements section.



    Applications will not be reviewed without payment.

    Credit card is the preferred form of payment, but other forms are welcome. Payment instructions will be given in the online application process. Checks must be made payable to Weber State University, make sure your name is clearly written on your check.

    A $60 application fee is due at the time of submission ($90 for dual, $95 for international).


before you begin—know what will be required when submitting an application to our Master programs 


    U.S.. Citizens & Permanent Residents

    • MHA (on-campus): APRIL 1 for the following fall semester (*New extended deadline: May 15, 2022)
    • eMHA (online): APRIL 1 for the following fall semester (*New extended deadline: May 15, 2022)
    • eMHA (online): OCTOBER 30 for the following spring semester


    International Students

    • MHA (on-campus): FEBRUARY 20 (if living outside the U.S.) OR MARCH 1 (if living within the U.S.) for the following fall semester
    • eMHA (online): FEBRUARY 15 for the following fall semester
    • eMHA (online): SEPTEMBER 15 for the following spring semester
  • Transcripts

    Official transcripts of your academic record from all previous colleges or universities attended should be submitted.

    Sending your transcript electronically secured is the preferred method. If your college or university provides this option, request your transcripts to be sent directly to Brittney Hicken at brittneyhicken@weber.edu.

    If the college or university does not provide this option, request the official transcripts be sent to our admissions office address at:

    MHA Admission Committee
    Weber State University
    3959 Stadium Way, Dept. 3911
    Ogden UT 84408-3911

    If your transcripts are sent directly to you, then forward them UNOPENED in their original sealed envelope to the address above.

    If your transcripts are from Weber State University, you do not need to request these transcripts to be sent. 










  • GMAT or GRE Scores

    GRE or GMAT scores are not required to apply. Applicants with less than 5 years of healthcare or supervisory experience, lower GPA, and lack of quantitative undergraduate courses, are encouraged to submit a GRE or GMAT scores to strengthen their application. All applications will be processed and considered for admissions regardless of test scores being sumbitted. 

    A GRE or GMAT score is not necessary for applicants with 5 or more years of healthcare or management/supervisory experience and if you already hold a professional degree, such as an MBA, MD, JD, or similar. 

    If you are considering a dual MHA/MBA degree, please review the MBA website for their exceptions.

    If you plan to sumbit a GRE or GMAT score and have not received an official score report at the time you submit your application, you should report the preliminary total, quantitative and verbal scores from the computerized test. 

    To obtain information and an application for the test, visit the GRE website or the GMAT website.

    When completing the application to take the exam, request an official score be sent to the Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions for verification purposes. The program code for the College of Health Professions MHA/eMHA program is: 4941-4211 for the GRE and
    2GH-VM-68 for the GMAT.

    You should request official GRE or GMAT scores be sent directly to you, then forward your official scores UNOPENED in their original sealed envelope to the MHA Admissions office at:

    MHA Admission Committee
    Weber State University
    3959 Stadium Way, Dept. 3911
    Ogden UT 84408-3911


  • Essay, Resume & Letters


    Within the application, you will be prompted to complete an essay.

    Please follow the instructions given during the online application process to upload your completed essay. 



    The online application process will require that you upload a current resume or curriculum vitae. PDF format is preferred.


    Letters of Recommendation

    As part of the online application process, you will be asked to provide contact information for at least 2 individuals who will provide your recommendations. These individuals will receive an automatically generated email that will bring them to an evaluation form.

    In order to complete this portion of the application, the applicant will need the name and email address of each person making a recommendation.

    The MHA Admissions Committee suggests that you request these recommendations early in the application process to ensure those arrive prior to the application deadline.

    By requesting online recommendations, you have waived your right to see the content of the recommendations and understand that the recommendation will remain a confidential communication to the MHA Admissions Committee by each recommender.



  • Optional Information

    During the online application process, you will be given the opportunity to further explain any academic, work or personal areas that you feel will impact the acceptance of your application. 

    Examples of these extenuating circumstances or concerns can include: your academic performance as an accurate measure of your potential, unexplained gaps in your work experience, or unexplained gaps in your academic experience. 

    Explanations will be seen by the Admissions Committee. If needed, please elaborate in a separate Word document and upload the file with your online application.

    Weber State University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, pregnancy, genetics, age (over 40), disability, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, veteran, active military status and other classifications protected by law. Additional information can be found here.


if you are an international applicant, please follow the link below and read through the additional steps 

International Application

If you are an international applicant, you will need to complete additional paperwork in order to comply with the University's and U.S. immigration regulations. Please visit our Steps to Apply page.

If you have questions about Weber State University's admissions process for international applicants, please contact our Admissions Office at
801-626-6005 or admissions@weber.edu.


  • Meet all academic requirements above 
  • Demonstrate proficiency in English
    • If your native language is not English, you will be required to submit a score from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), no more than 2 years old and scoring 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. Weber State University'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. For a list of approved companies, please visit our Foreign Credentials Evaluation Services here

TOEFL Information

For information about TOEFL and testing, please visit Education Testing Services.

Education Testing Services
PO Box 6151
Princeton, NJ 08541-6151



here is what you can expect after your application is submitted   

You will be notified by email following a meeting of the MHA Admissions Committee regarding your application status for the MHA or eMHA programs.

If your application is ACCEPTED, you will be contacted by the enrollment director to schedule an admissions consult. If accepted, students are required to pay a $200 deposit to hold their spot in the program. The deposit will be applied to their first semester tuition.

If your application is ON HOLD, you will have the opportunity to respond to deficiencies or clarify information for the Selection Committee. The committee will review this information in a subsequent meeting until the final status is determined.

If your application is DECLINED, your file will remain active for the next 12 months and may be resubmitted without paying an additional application fee.

You may provide evidence of changes that occurred since your application was first submitted to have your file reconsidered at the next committee meeting. For example, this may include a new GRE or GMAT score report, academic transcripts from subsequent coursework, updated work history, etc. This information will be added to the application file and forwarded to the committee for consideration.

For further questions regarding your application or to have your application reconsidered, please contact our Enrollment Director, Brittney Hicken, at brittneyhicken@weber.edu.




contact our advisor for assistance or general questions  




Brittney Hicken

Recruiting/Enrollment Director 
MHA/eMHA Program Advisor


Interprofessional Education Building
Room 212


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