FAQs

How often are new students admitted into the program?

The program recycles every two years. The next cohort will begin in the fall of 2018.

Where are classes held?

Classes are held on the Jordan Campus in West Jordan.

Where do students get hands-on clinical practice?

Various hospitals and clinics located throughout the Wasatch front provide clinical rotations for our students.

How many clinical hours are required ?

Students are required to complete a total of 1,704 clinical hours by the end of the program. Students are expected to complete 24 to 32 clinical hours per week depending on the semester.  

When are classes taught?

All courses are taught in the evening starting at 5:00pm.

Is there a wait list?

This program does not maintain a wait list. If you are not selected to join the current cohort, we ask that you reapply for the next available opportunity.

Is it possible to have a job while you're going through the program?

It is recommended that you work only a part-time job, if possible. Past students have recommended 24 hours or less per week.

Can I take the DMS program part-time?

No, in order to complete the DMS program students must attend full-time for six consecutive semesters.

How many seats are available per cohort?

The number of seats available per cohort varies. Seats in the cohort are dependent on the number of clinical sites available.

Is financial aid available for this program?

No financial aid is available at this time.  
 

 

 

 

 

What is the tuition refund policy?

The refund policy follows the College's academic calendar www.slcc.edu/academiccalendar/index.aspx

How much does the program cost?

Tuition and fees for the 2016-2018 cohort is approximately $13,413.  In addition to tuition and fees students are responsible for other expenses such as textbooks, uniforms, immunizations, CPR certification, background checks, drug screen, program fees, and travel to and from clinical assiginments.  

* Tuition and fees subject to change without notice.