Prepare yourself for a diverse opportunity in graduate studies and a future career in athletic training.
Dumke College of Health Professions
Office of Admissions Advisement
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.
Please note that each program within our college has its own application process, and acceptance to Weber State University does not guarantee program admission. Application deadlines and requirements vary by program, and admission is competitive. Contact one of our advisors to assist you through this process. If you haven't already, apply to WSU today, and then visit the following links for admission and advising information.
Learn the fundamental and technical skills needed to work as a dental hygienist.
Gain lifesaving skills and experience to advance your career as an emergency responder.
Health Admin Services
Prepare yourself as a leader in the healthcare industry, learning managerial, technical and health promotion and administration roles.
Healthcare Coding (Cert)
Learn to code outpatient and inpatient healthcare services for your career in healthcare coding.
Health Information Management
Prepare to become a health information technician, or a health information administrator.
Earn your Associate of Health Sciences while completing the prerequisite course work for other health profession programs.
Medical Laboratory Sciences
Prepare for a variety of career opportunities in medical laboratory sciences, or for your application to medical and graduate schools.
No matter where you are in your career or if you are just getting started, our Nursing program has a path for you as a nursing professional.
Learn the foundations of leadership, management, communication, program planning and public policy for a career in a public health.
Train for a career that teaches you how to produce medical images for diagnostic purposes and/or treating diseases.
Learn the skills to treat patients as a Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) and a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT).
WSU provides pre-professional curricula, advising and research experiences designed to aid students in preparing for their future goals.