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Bachelor of Sciences (BS) in Athletic Training

Note to students seeking enrollment in Athletic Training in 2017 and beyond

Please click here to read about changes coming to the program in 2017.


Admission Requirements (for students enrolled as of 2016)

The Athletic Training Program (ATH) is comprised of students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training within the College of Allied Health Sciences (CAHS).  You are required to follow a two-tier admission process to successfully complete your undergraduate degree and to be eligible for the Board of Certification, Inc. (BOC) credentials as a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) and state license

Tier I is the Admissions and Professional Cohort Application Process. Here you are required to take introductory prerequisite athletic training courses in preparation to making an application for admissions into the professional athletic training cohort.

Tier II is the Athletic Training Professional Cohort professional studies. If you are accepted into the professional cohort, you will begin advanced academic and clinical athletic training education courses. Only if you have completed all admissions and application requirements will you be eligible and considered for admission into the professional cohort. Admission to the Athletic Training Professional Cohort is competitive and the number of spaces available in the professional cohort is limited.  

Athletic Training Admission Process (for students enrolled as of 2016)
Athletic Training participates in Honor Run

Contact Us

Department of Rehabilitation, Exercise, and Nutrition Sciences
3202 Eden Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0394
rensdepartment@uc.edu

For Nutrition Science Programs:
Kimberly Maco, MS
Phone: 513-558-7503
Email: ​nutrition@ucmail.uc.edu

​For Athletic Training, DPT, MOT, and Health Sciences Programs:
Ashley Sandburg
Phone: 513-558-7477
Email: rehabsci@ucmail.uc.edu

More Information

Note to students seeking enrollment in Athletic Training in 2017 and beyond

Please click here to read about changes coming to the program in 2017.


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