At Snow College, a few programs of study are designed to lead to professional licensure in Utah. That means that when a student completes a professional program that requires licensure, the student will have the minimum educational qualifications to apply for licensure in that field.
For other US states and territories, this may not be the case. Within a given profession, educational requirements vary from state to state. To assist students who now live or may one day live outside of Utah, Snow is currently updating a resource that explain whether each Snow College professional program fulfills educational requirements for a license credential in each U.S. state and territory. Until that resource is complete, students who want assistance making this determination for themselves can contact either their academic program office or the profession’s licensure board in the state of interest.
NC-SARA has provided a Professional Licensure Directory with contact information for all 50 states and 3 territories for the following professional areas: