Admissions Information

  • Admission Requirements

    Entry-level Master of Athletic Training (post baccalaureate) 

    Students who have, or will have, completed an undergraduate degree will be considered for admission if they meet the following qualifications.

    • Undergraduate degree (or expected completion of undergraduate degree prior to enrollment) in exercise science, kinesiology, human performance, sports medicine or related field.
    • Minimum 2.75 overall GPA, 2.75 in prerequisite courses
    • Three letters of recommendation

    Five-year Master's of Athletic Training students

    High school students will be eligible for the five-year Master's of Athletic Training program if they meet the following academic criteria.
    • Overall high school GPA of 3.0
    • SAT of 1000 (math and verbal) or ACT equivalent of 21
    International students should achieve a minimum TOEFL score of 79 to be considered for full-time enrollment.

    Admissions Process

    Candidates for the entry-level master's program will be considered for enrollment on a rolling basis. Students will not be accepted for spring semester entry. Students will be required to submit an unofficial transcript along with the standard graduate school application as well as three letters of recommendation. Students will be notified of admissions decisions after review from the Office of Graduate Admissions and the Department of Sport and Exercise Science admissions committee. Students will be required to submit official transcripts and verification of degree completion prior to starting coursework.

    Candidates who wish to be admitted to the five-year master's program will be considered according to the entry guidelines that have been set forth above. Students who meet admissions criteria for the program will adhere to the application deadlines defined by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.