Graduate Athletic Training Program
Program of Study
1. This is a competitive concentration. All candidate must meet prerequisite and admission requirements, and be accepted into both the UNO Graduate School and the School of HPER graduate program Athletic Training Concentration. Note. The prerequisite and admission requirements may be found under Athletic Training (see above tabs) in the Graduate program selection within Athletic Training.
2. This is a full-time graduate program (including summers) and requires considerable clinical experience as part of the requirements for graduation. This program starts in the second summer session (mid-July).
3. Students will be evaluated in terms of academic and clinical performance, reliability, productivity, communication skills and progression of athletic training competencies and proficiencies each semester. Failure to meet standards may result in probation, suspension or dismissal from the athletic training program. Students must maintain a cumulative and major GPA of at least 3.0.
4. Once admitted to the Athletic training concentration, the student will obtain most of the clinical hours as part of course requirements. Students will be expected to obtain at least 1000 hours of clinical experience over six semesters (2 full years). Clinical experience does include some nights, weekends and travel. Students will be evaluated each semester on academic and clinical performance.
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