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Do you enjoy working with people? Are you interested in health care, fitness and sports?Do you relish the challenge of problem solving? Consider becoming an athletic trainer. With an athletic training degree from Capital, you'll be well equipped for a varied, fast-paced and exciting career.
You are a unique individual ... and we believe your education should reflect that. So we'll tailor our program to fit your needs and interests. Do you want to work with athletes in a high-school setting? Would you like to work closely with physicians? We'll arrange internships and clinical experiences to give you extensive targeted, hands-on training even before you graduate.
Course requirements for all majors and minors can be found in our online course bulletin.
Capital's undergraduate athletic training program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) an honor we've earned every year since 1990. Capital is one of the few colleges or universities in Central Ohio with CAATE accreditation and one of only 26 such programs in the state.
Each of our four full-time faculty members plays four complementary roles: classroom teacher, clinical instructor, adviser and athletic trainer for Crusader athletic teams. This gives our faculty a deep and thorough understanding of where you are academically. They can offer support where you need it most and challenge you in ways that will expand your professional horizons.
As an athletic training major, you'll get lots of individual attention. Classes are small. What's more, the teacher/student ratio for classroom courses is one professor to every six or seven students. In clinical setting, it's frequently one-to-one.
Capital's 1,800-square-foot training facility is among the finest at the NCAA Division III level. Our athletic training room is located right next to a laboratory classroom and a rehabilitation room. Our modern treatment, rehabilitation and conditioning equipment will prepare you to work with clients in off-campus clinical and internship environments.
You've decided you want to be an athletic training major. What happens next?Athletic training is a competitive, pre-professional program. While you can declare your major as soon as you're accepted to Capital, you must also formally apply and be admitted to the program.
Formal admission to the program will take place at the end of the second semester and must be earned by demonstrated performance in several areas:
Once you've been accepted to Capital's athletic training program, you must:
There are a number of programs at Capital whose students incur additional fees. As an athletic training major, you’ll have to pay for:
The exact amount of these fees will vary from year to year.
In order to obtain a certification in athletic training, a person must be a graduate of an athletic training program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) and must also pass the Board of Certification (BOC) Examination. Information regarding this process is available at www.bocatc.org. The data for graduates of the Capital University ATEP and BOC data are presented in the tables below.
Source: Board of Certification PASS Reports
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