Health Sciences : Pre-Athletic Training
B.S. in Health Sciences
Why study Health Sciences : Pre-Athletic Training?
The University of Cincinnati has established academic success criteria for first-year applicants to bachelor's degree programs. All students are encouraged to apply. Please visit High School Student Admissions for more information about first-year student admission requirements.
Students who choose not to pursue an advanced degree have career opportunities with their bachelor’s degree. Students meet the eligibility requirements to sit for certification exams through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Through the ACSM, students are eligible for the ACSM certified personal trainer and ACSM health/fitness instructor endorsements. Through the NSCA, students are eligible for the certified personal trainer and the certified strength and conditioning specialist endorsement. These certifications are entry-level endorsements for employment in the private health/fitness industry, health and/or rehabilitation centers. Graduates can also act as exercise supervisors with high schools, universities, or professional athletic teams.
With additional professional experience and education, these certifications can lead to advanced endorsements through both the ACSM and the NSCA.
Advisors will be there to help you at every step of your academic journey. If you have advising related questions, please visit the College of Allied Health Sciences’ Academic Advising.
The UC MAT program provides a special oppotunity for UC Health Sciences AT majors. High performing incoming freshman and high performing juniors can apply to the UC MAT program for early admission following completion of their junior year. See the MAT program website for details on the 3 + 2 year degree program at http://cahs.uc.edu/departments/RehabSciences/programs/pt/about.aspx.
If you are student who wishes to transfer from a college or university outside of the University of Cincinnati system, please visit Transfer Admissions for more information.
If you are currently enrolled in an undergraduate program at the University of Cincinnati (including UC Blue Ash and UC Clermont), but want to change your major to one in the College of Allied Health Sciences, please visit Transition Students for more information.
Application deadlines can be found at Admissions Deadlines.
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