Anyone with a bachelor’s degree who meets the prerequisites listed below is eligible to apply for admission to the professional AT degree program. Students in the final year of their bachelor’s degree are eligible to apply prior to graduation with formal admittance to the program dependent on the successful completion of the bachelor’s degree. The Athletic Training program supports and abides by the University’s mission and vision for equity, inclusion, and diversity. The admission criteria and prerequisite coursework are outlined below.
Biological Science | 12 quarter hours
Exercise Science | 12 quarter hours
Chemical Science | 12 quarter hours
Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2018. Applications will continue to be accepted until the cohort is full or April 1, 2018, whichever comes first. Applicants are encouraged to submit their application by January 15, 2018 as there are a limited number of spots available in each cohort. Students interested in applying to the program should visit OSU Office of Admissions
A review board consisting of the Athletic Training Program Director, Clinical Education Coordinator, AT faculty, and preceptors will evaluate each application to the professional program. Formal notification of admission to the AT program will be made by the AT Program Director via email correspondence. The OSU Graduate School will also notify the student of their admission to the Graduate School. In addition, the College of Public Health and Human Sciences Manager of Graduate Admissions, Applications and Recruitment will contact each applicant regarding the process of admissions and the application status throughout the progression.
Applicants who are not admitted to the program will receive notification of this decision. Students may be waitlisted and if a vacancy should become available prior to commencement of the program in the summer, these students will be informed of the opportunity to join the program.