•SAT Critical Reading: 610 / 700
•SAT Math: 650 / 760
•SAT Writing: 620 / 720
•ACT Composite: 28 / 32
•ACT English: 28 / 34
•ACT Math: 28 / 34
•ACT Writing: – / –
•41% of 39,584 applicants were admitted
•Within 4 Years 72% students graduated
Master of Science in Athletic Training
•1. Promote professional conduct in compliance with the code of ethics set forth by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA).
•2. Meet the educational competencies set forth by CAATE in the specific areas of: risk management and injury prevention, pathology of injuries and illnesses, clinical examination, acute care of injury and illness, pharmacology, therapeutic modalities, therapeutic and rehabilitative exercise, general medical conditions and disabilities, nutritional aspects of injury and illness, psychosocial intervention and referral, health care administration, and professional development & responsibilities.
•3. Ensure that each student has the opportunity to work in a variety of clinical settings in order to gain a greater appreciation for some of the traditional and non-traditional venues in which athletic training services are administered.
•4. Offer the athletic training student challenging situations to put classroom theory to clinical practice in a supervised manner.
•5. Expose the athletic training student to a variety of allied health care professionals. Loading…
•Athletic Training, students must have a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 and a grade of “C-“or higher in all required courses like Math and English, and a “B-“or higher in all Athletic Training courses.
•Classes for athletic training aren’t available online
•BA, is a bachelor in arts degree
•BS, is a bachelor in science degree
•You can got to the library at school where they have extra help •I will use my degree to become a P.E./Health teacher
•Average salary for P.E./Health teacher is $58,000
•They do have a career planning center