Program Contact: Mr. Jason Honeck
You love sports, right? In fact, you love them so much you want to help keep athletes healthy and strong. Then you'll love our athletic training major.
While you're here, you'll:
And 100 percent of our graduates either get a job in athletic training or go on to graduate school. You can, too. Go to work at a college, university or high school. Or work for a professional sports team. Maybe at a health club or in a hospital.
Please note that admission to this program is competitive, and all who apply may not be accepted into the program.
The University of Pittsburgh Bradford Athletic Training Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) . Included is information about our students' Board of Certification pass rates.
CAATE program status is: Active-In Good Standing
What you can do with a degree in Athletic Training Suggested 4-year plan of study.
Or you can go to graduate school just like:
Pre-admission Requirements for the Athletic Training Major:
Only those students interested in becoming Board of Certification (BOC)-certified athletic trainers can major in athletic training.
Forms:Technical Standards For Admission ATS Physical FormClinical 3/4 Clearances Check-ListATS ContractATS Travel/Clinical Site Compliance FormHealth Requirement PolicyCommunicable Disease PolicyAT Major Candidate Letter of Recommendation Form
Athletic Training Guidelines and Requirements for Transfer Students:
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford accepts transfers into the Athletic Training Program (ATP) major under the following conditions:
Course Requirements in the Major
Students must receive a C- or better in all above core courses.
Total Credits for Major: 82
Recommended General Education Courses and Electives
Athletic Training Guidelines and Requirements:
Additional AT Program Costs:
It's easy to apply online or print and mail your form.
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