As an athletic training student at Emporia State University, you will have many opportunities to grow and expand the knowledge you will need as you begin your career in the field of athletic training. Your professors will first teach you in the classroom; you will then be given an opportunity to practice the skills you have been taught both in the classroom and in a clinical setting. Through the two phases of this program, you will gain insight, knowledge, responsibility, and full understanding of the athletic trainer's role. All of the theoretical concepts and skills related to athletic training are presented in exciting and challenging classroom, clinical, and field experiences.Request More Information
What can you do with a degree in Athletic Training?
- University Athletics
- Professional Athletics
- ESU Athletic Training Club
- HPER Club
Requirements and Courses
- Students are required to follow a strict program established by the national Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP).
- Clinical Education Requirement: work a minimum of 10 hours per week as an athletic training student.
- Sophomore Clinical Procedure: 150 clinical education hours per semester, or approximately 10 hours/week.
- Junior Clinical Procedures: minimum of 225 clinical education hours per semester, or approximately 15 hours/week.
- Senior Clinical Procedures: minimum of 225 clinical education hours per semester, or approximately 15 hours/week.