Accredited Athletic Training Programs in Pennsylvania
|Department Info||Program Director|
|Health and Physical Education Department
2300 Adams Avenue
Scranton, PA 18509
Jason Edsall, ATC
Year of CAATE Accreditation: 2008
Degree Granted: B.S. Athletic Training
Program Length: 8 semesters total, 6 semesters in the Professional Phase of the program
Credits: General Requirement for All Students = 43, Credits required to graduate from ATEP = 126 (Some courses satisfy both general education and major requirements)
Number of Applications: (first year) There is no limit on the number of applicants
Number Accepted into Program: Variable, base on competitive admission
Pre-requisites, admission requirements, and technical standards can be found on the Marywood University ATEP Web page at: http://www.marywood.edu/health-pe/programs/athletic-training/
Direct Admission to the program: No, students must complete competitive
application process for entrance into professional phase of
Year accepted into program: Conclusion of freshman year (professional phase)
Transfers into Program: Transfers must also complete the competitive admissions process, but may be eligible for early entry based on prior coursework completed. Potential transfers should contact the Program Director before entry.
Tuition: $27,000/yr for a full time student
Scholarships: Contact University Financial Aid Office, (570) 348-6225
Work study: Contact University Financial Aid Office, (570) 348-6225
Financial Aid: Financial Aid Office (570) 348-6225
Admission Material: 1-86-Marywood, 570-348-6234, or visit www.mymarywood.com
- Robert J. Mellow Center for Athletics and Wellness opened in Fall 2006, featuring an Athletic Training Curriculum Lab for student learning, 5000+ square foot Lynett-Haggerty Fitness Center, 1500-seat Insalaco Arena, and state-of-the art athletic training room with the latest modalities.
- "World class" Human Performance Lab located in the O'Neill Center for Healthy Families and opportunities for undergraduate research.
- University reorganization in 2003 placing the Athletic Training Education Program and HPE Department into the College of Health and Human Services with other allied health programs, promoting interdisciplinary collaboration.
- Small class sizes and many opportunities for hands-on learning. Variety of on- and off-campus clinical experiences available.
- Opportunity to play NCAA Division III Athletics and major in Athletic Training
- Contact Program Director or
- Check out the university athletic training page