Athletic Training Undergraduate Program

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Board of Certification Exam Scores for Athletic Training - 2011-2014
FIELDS 2011-
2012
2012-
2013
2013-
2014
3 YR AGGREGATE
Number of students graduating from program.  18 19 14 51
Number of students graduating from program who took examination.  18 19 13 50
Number of students who passed the examination on the first attempt.  12 18 12 42
Percentage of students who passed the examination on the first attempt. 66.67 94.74 92.31 84.00
Number of students who passed the examination regardless of the number of attempts.  17 19 12 48
Percentage of students who passed the examination regardless of the number of attempts.  94.44 100.00 92.31 96.00

Well done Athletic Training!

Congratulations on the Perfect Score!

Athletic Training announced today that the 2011 graduating class of 18 majors had a 100% first-time pass rate in completing IU’s nationally accredited athletic training education program in addition to passing the rigorous national exam.

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Program Overview

Indiana University has been educating athletic trainers since 1949.  Today, Indiana University is one of only a few institutions in the United States to offer both undergraduate and graduate athletic training programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Athletic Training Education (CAATE). 

Graduates often pursue a Master’s Degree in Athletic Training or related fields or are employed in a variety of settings.  Examples of such settings include universities, secondary schools, clinics or hospitals, industrial settings, military, performing arts, physician offices or professional teams. 

Read the Athletic Training Program Student Handbook for detailed information about the program.

Visit www.nata.org for more information on career opportunities in athletic training.

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Degree Requirements

Click the below links for information on program requirements and application process.

Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
Major in Athletic Training
124 credit hours with a minimum 2.0 GPA required for graduation. NOTE: Students matriculating in the summer of 2013 the total number of credit hours changes from 124 – 120. Check with your advisor on class requirement changes.

Link to Requirements


Admission Standards

Students who have been admitted to Indiana University are eligible to be considered for admission to the Athletic Training Program at the end of the freshman year. Applications for the program are accepted until March 1. The number of students admitted to the professional athletic training major is limited to the number of practicum spaces available.

Criteria for admission can be found on the Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (BSAT) bulletin Webpage.

Admission Documents

The documents below are required for admission into Athletic Training.

  1. Buddy Program Form
  2. Technical Standards Form
  3. Observation Experience Hour Form
Once you have gathered all of your needed materials, complete the Athletic Training Program Application for Admission.

Faculty and Staff

Katie GroveKatie Grove, Ph.D, LAT, ATC
Clinical Professor
Program Director, Athletic Training
kagrove@indiana.edu
Phone: 812-855-3640

Joanne KlossnerJoanne Klossner, Ph.D, LAT, ATC
Clinical Assistant Professor
Clinical ATP Coordinator
jklossne@indiana.edu
Phone: 812-856-5170

Jackie KingmaJackie J. Kingma, MS, ATC, PA-C, PT
Visiting Lecturer
jkingma@indiana.edu
Phone: 812-855-1233



John SchraderJohn Schrader, HSD, LAT, ATC
Clinical Professor
schrade@indiana.edu
Phone: 812-856-4905


Angela Swope
Administrative Assistant
arswope@indiana.edu
Phone: 812-855-3114

Please visit the Indiana University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Staff Directory to see and learn about other Athletic Training Program staff members. Make sure to scroll down through the page to Sports Medicine.

Alumni

Please visit the IU Alumni Association Web site for information about prior Athletic Training Program alumni (graduates) and the Alumni Association. Also please join us on Facebook.

Contact

For additional information on the Athletic Training Program please contact:

Katie Grove, Ph.D, LAT, ATC
Clinical Professor
Program Director, Athletic Training
1025 E. 7th Street, Room C202
Bloomington, Indiana, 47405
Phone: (812) 855-3640
E-mail: kagrove@indiana.edu

Joanne Klossner, Ph.D, LAT, ATC
Clinical Assistant Professor
Clinical ATP Coordinator
1025 E. 7th Street, Room C204
Bloomington, Indiana, 47405
jklossne@indiana.edu
Phone: 812-856-5170

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