BSAT First-Year Experience

The BSAT degree is transitioning to a professional master's degree 

The Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (BSAT) degree is transitioning to a professional Master of Athletic Training degree.  Students completing the BSAT pre-admission requirements during the 2017-2018 academic year will be the final class eligible for the BSAT degree. 

Pre-admission requirements

You may officially apply to the athletic training program after completing the following pre-admission requirements. The process typically takes one year, and it is important that you take the required courses in the recommended sequence.

The following plan is ideal for incoming freshmen. Your schedule may vary slightly based on factors such as college credit you earned while in high school, your choice of general education electives and your placement in English and mathematics.

Make an appointment with your advisor to discuss schedules and options, and use the projected course offerings system when planning your curriculum.

The following degree plan is based on the general education program instituted in fall 2014. For the previous general education requirements, please access these Student Transition Resources.

Fall semester

CoursesHours
ATC 220 Introduction to Athletic Training 1
ATC 225 Athletic Training Observation 1

Fall semester - strongly recommended courses

CoursesHours
MTH 135 College Algebra 3
GEP 101 First-Year Foundations 2
COM 115 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3
BMS 110 Introduction to the Biomedical Sciences 3
BMS 111 Introductory Laboratory in the Biomedical Sciences 1

The following degree plan is based on the general education program instituted in fall 2014. For the previous general education requirements, please access these Student Transition Resources.

Spring semester - required courses

CoursesHours
ATC 221 Clinical Skills in Athletic Training 2
CHM 116 Fundamentals of Chemistry 4
CHM 117 Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory 1

Spring semester - strongly recommended courses

CoursesHours
BMS 307 Human Anatomy 4
ENG 110 Writing I 3
PSY 121 Introductory Psychology 3

Notes

  • While CHM 160 and CHM 161 are preferred, you may take CHM 116 and CHM 117 instead.