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ARCHIVED 2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
ARCHIVED 2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Exercise Science, B.S./M.A.T.


Students who complete the 3+2 program in exercise science and athletic training will complete the requirements for both degrees in 5 years. Admission to the MAT program is competitive and minimal requirements must be met by all applicants. For additional admission requirements, see the Master of Athletic Training Admission Requirements.

For additional programs and courses in this department, see Kinesiology .

Master of Athletic Training Courses


  • MATR 500 - Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training I*
  • MATR 505 - Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training II*
  • MATR 515 - Foundations of Athletic Training*
  • MATR 525 - Therapeutic Interventions in Athletic Training I
  • MATR 530 - Principles of Musculoskeletal and Medical Assessment
  • MATR 535 - Therapeutic Interventions in Athletic Training II
  • MATR 540 - Diagnosis and Management for Athletic Trainers II: Lower Extremity and Spine
  • MATR 541 - Diagnosis and Management for Athletic Trainers I: Upper Extremity, Head & Neck
  • MATR 550 - Medical Aspects of Athletic Training
  • MATR 551 - Administration and Management in Athletic Training*
  • MATR 600 - Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training III
  • MATR 605 - Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training IV
  • MATR 610 - Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training V: Immersive Experience
  • MATR 620 - Principles of Nutrition and Strength and Conditioning for Athletic Training
  • MATR 625 - Psychological Aspects of Athletic Training Practice
  • MATR 640 - Special Topics in Athletic Training
  • MATR 650 - Decision Making in Athletic Training
  • MATR 655 - Applied Research Project in Athletic Training

*These courses apply towards both the undergraduate and graduate programs.