Health Sciences – Weber State University

Posted: May 7, 2016 at 5:55 pm

Why choose Health Sciences at WSU?

An Associate of Science (AS) with an emphasis in:

The majority of our courses are available online or through independent study. Please go to WSU Online for more information.

By individualizing our ASHS tracks, we can help prepare you for your chosen program, while you are earning your Associate of Science degree. This degree will advance your knowledge for any entry level program or profession in a variety of health and/or medical related fields. There are many opportunities in these correlated fields such as: health care accountant, medical illustrator, bilingual health educator, health care technical writer, medical sales, criminal justice worker, music therapist, medical secretary, medical social worker, and many more.

In addition, you will gain an in-depth understanding of the language of medicine, the complexities of the human body, and the response of the biological system to diseases. You will have provided yourself with an enriched education in the health sciences areas from which you can build and advance learning opportunities or any number of careers.

The General Education (GE) requirements of the university are part of the degree, but remember that classes required for General Education are also prerequisites for the health professions programs. All students pursuing an ASHS must complete the core Health Sciences courses, and the remaining courses you complete depend on the track you select. This is an open-enrollment program. The application process is open throughout the academic year, with a $25 program fee.

For more information, please contact us at:

The Health Sciences Department (801) 626-6505 healthsciences@weber.edu

Or visit us at:

Weber State University Dr. Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions The Health Sciences Department - MH 109 3909 University Circle Ogden, UT 84408-3909

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