Athletic Training (B.S.)
Admission Standards for the Athletic Training Education Program:
Due to the nature of the athletic training major, students who wish to pursue the Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training degree must be formally admitted to the program. This is a selective admissions program, which limits acceptance to 12 students per year. Acceptance into the program is based on the admission material completed and turned in to the Program Director on April 1. To see all admissions requirements and to obtain admission materials, visit the Athletic Training Education Program page.
The B.S. in Athletic Training is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education:
Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education
2201 Double Creek Dr., Suite 5006
Round Rock, TX 78664
A graduating athletic training major should:
- Be able to demonstrate proficiency in the following 12 content areas as defined by the National Athletic Trainers Association Educational Council:
- Risk Management and Injury Prevention
- Pathology of Injuries and Illnesses
- Orthopedic Clinical Examination and Diagnosis
- Medical Conditions and Disabilities
- Acute Care of Injuries and Illnesses
- Therapeutic Modalities
- Conditioning and Rehabilitative Exercise
- Psychosocial Intervention and Referral
- Nutritional Aspects of Injuries and Illnesses
- Health Care Administration
- Professional Development and Responsibility
- Fulfill the eligibility requirements to sit for the Board of Certification examination.
- Demonstrate practical application of knowledge in an appropriately supervised organizational setting.