Applicants are considered based on the qualifications outlined in the admission requirements below. All applicants that meet the minimum criteria will be considered competitively, however, meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. All applicants are considered without discrimination with respect to race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
- High school diploma or successful completion of the General Education Development (GED) exam.
- Basic Life Support (BLS) certification, or ability to obtain one within thirty days of program start date.
- Application submission
- Interview with program director and/or administrative director
Requirements After Acceptance into the Program
- Background check
- Proof of health insurance
- Hepatitis A immunization series, or titer for verification of immunity
- Hepatitis B immunization series, or titer for verification of immunity
- Annual Influenza vaccination
Advanced Placement and Transfer of Credits
The Utah END Institute does not accept transfer credits from any organization other than an ASET NDT program. If a student has enrolled in the ASET NDT program outside of the University of Utah, any courses completed within six months of enrollment will be accepted for transfer.
Credits for Experiential Learning
The Utah END Institute does not currently offer credit for experiential learning, however, upon acceptance to the program, students may submit an experiential learning credit petition via a written statement to the program director. Petitions will be reviewed and considereed on a case-by-case basis.