Bachelor of Arts: Athletic Training
Since receiving national accreditation in 2002, the mission of the Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) has been to provide a quality didactic and clinical education experience for students to become entry-level Certified Athletic Trainers. The curriculum is designed to successfully prepare students for the Board of Certification (BOC) Exam and fosters a powerful learning environment which facilitates collaboration between students, faculty and clinical staff through classroom instruction and supervised clinical experiences. Students will gain clinical skills and experience through a rich community engagement in a variety of clinical settings.
- Athletic Training Program Homepage (external link)
- Degree Requirements (PDF)
- Recommended Sequence of Courses (PDF)
- FAQs (PDF)
- Student Learning Outcomes (PDF)
- Course Descriptions (PDF)
- NC DPT Information (PDF)
UNCW offers scholarships to currently enrolled students. All prospective and accepted School of Health and Applied Human Sciences students are encouraged to fill out their FAFSA and the UNCW Scholarship Application in MySeaport to be eligible to receive awards from the university, college or school.
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