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Students who have, or will have, completed an undergraduate degree will be considered for admission if they meet the following qualifications.
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.
Specific Gannon University costs can be found at: http://www.gannon.edu/Financial-Aid/Tuition-and-Fees/. There are some specific costs attributed to the Gannon University MAT Program
MAT Program students are required to undergo a physical examination annually. A copy of the completed health form must be sent to the Gannon University MAT Program Director for review prior to the beginning of the clinical education experience. A list of current immunizations is also needed along with the physical. The physical and immunization form is located on the website. All physical examination records are housed with the Gannon University MAT Program in a secured location. The deadline for completion is specified in the letter you receive from Gannon University. Receipt must be verified before Athletic Training Program Students will be allowed to attend the clinical education experience.
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