The Athletic Training Concentration is offered in Physical Education to a limited number of students who have successfully completed 45 hours of directed observation and pre-admission course work. The program concentration prepares students for certification as athletic trainers - highly trained health professionals qualified to work on the health problems of active individuals in a variety of settings.
For specific information regarding the program requirements, review the Program Planning Packet (PPP) and Program Checksheet.
To read Program Checksheet, you will need Adobe Acrobat
Reader. From campus, follow the directions listed below.
- Click button to download Adobe Acrobat Reader from CIT.
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- Scroll down until you find the Acrobat Reader link on the left.
- Download Acrobat Reader.
- After downloading, exit all programs and restart your computer.
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"The profession of athletic training is an ideal career option for students interested in science, medicine, or allied health professions; have a love for sports; and interact well with people. Students must apply to the program independent of their major, usually during their first year on campus. As part of the program students must accumulate 800 clinical experience hours through the Sports Therapy Department, caring for and rehabilitating injured intercollegiate athletes on campus, traveling with teams and covering games. There are also many off-campus opportunities for students to expand on their experience and knowledge. Students completing the program are eligible to sit for the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification Exam to become Certified Athletic Trainers." Denise Alosa, Faculty