Applying To The ATEP
Interested students are required to complete 2 semesters of prerequisite courses.
Prerequisite courses include:
KINE 1110, Introduction to Athletic Training- content focuses on the role of the AT within the healthcare world as well as introduces material from each of the 8 content areas. Students will complete an introductory observation rotation with an assigned professional-program athletic training student.
KINE 1650, Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries- content continues from KINE 1110 and provides greater depth regarding specific athletic injuries and illnesses. Students will complete an additional observation rotation with an assigned professional-program athletic training student.
KINE 1660, Athletic Training Taping Techniques- content is administered in a laboratory-style manner, students learn the basic preventative taping, wrapping and bracing strategies employed by athletic trainers
HEAL 1500, First Aid- students complete the American Red Cross Professional Rescuer and American Red Cross First Aid certification programs
KINE 2510/2520, Human Anatomy I/Human Anatomy I Lab- content focuses on the primary systems within the human body, serves as the foundation for all AT-specific anatomy courses
Minimum Application Requirements:
1. Completion of all Prerequisite courses with a grade of C+ or better
2. 2.500 overall GPA
3. 2.500 GPA in core AT classes (prerequisites)
1. Students completes all prerequisites with minimum grade necessary
2. Student completes all required clinical observation hours
3. Student submits application for acceptance (Spring Semester
of Pre-Professional Phase)
4. Student completes interview with ATEP Admissions Committee
Upon admission to the program, students are required to complete
and/or maintain the following standards:
Technical Standards (complete list found in ATEP Policies
and Procedures Manual)
Required Immunizations (complete list found in ATEP Policies
and Procedures Manual)
American Heart Association or American Red Cross CPR/AED
Admission to the ATEP is considered secondary to the University of Toledo and is not guaranteed. Admission to the program is competitive and based on overall GPA, AT-core GPA, student evaluations from clinical observations and the students desire to practice as an ATC and contribute to the athletic training profession.
Admission of Transfer Students (additional information found in ATEP Policies and Procedures Manual)