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Athletic Training Program Changes

Due to accreditation requirements, we are no longer accepting freshman as Athletic Training Intents. Pending approval from SUNY and the State Education Department, Brockport plans to transition from a bachelor's degree in Athletic Training to a master's degree in Athletic Training.

Brockport is an outstanding option for undergraduate students wishing to pursue a career in Athletic Training. The current Brockport undergraduate majors in Exercise Science and Kinesiology provide excellent preparation for pursuing a master's degree in Athletic Training.

For questions regarding Athletic Training, please contact Dr. Tim Henry.

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Pre-Athletic Training Program

Our Exercise Science and Kinesiology majors provide excellent preparation for pursuing a master's degree in Athletic Training.
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Certification in Athletic Training

The Board of Certification (BOC) requires that all candidates seeking certification meet the following criteria:

  • Successfully complete a CAATE accredited athletic training program
  • Complete two years of clinical practical experience (four semesters) under the   supervision of a BOC Certified Athletic Trainer.
  • Possess current First Aid and CPR/AED (Professional Rescuer).
  • Possess a bachelor's degree.
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Clinical Experience

Our students partake in a five part clinical experience that is supervised by certified athletic trainers. This experience grants students real world experience that you cannot gain inside a regular classroom.
Atheltic trainer wrapping an athletes injured arm

Program Outcomes

Students that graduate from our program go on to work and contribute to the field of athletic training. Our program outcomes show the exact percentage of our graduates that are employed in the field over the last three years.

Last Updated 7/1/20

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