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Second Degree Programs

With the John G. Rangos School of Health Sciences:

Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)

  • This degree opportunity can be completed in 3 additional years, but may take longer if students do not meet required pre-requisite courses.
  • Students interested in this option will be given an opportunity to apply for this program during the freshmen year.
  • A student must already be enrolled in the Athletic Training program to apply to this joint program.

 

Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy (MS)

  • This degree opportunity  can be completed in two additional years, but may take longer if students do not meet required pre-requisite courses.
  • Students interested in this option may apply into the program when applying for admission into the Athletic Training program and will also be given an opportunity to apply for this program during the freshmen year.

 

Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT)

  • This degree opportunity can be completed in three additional years, but may take longer if students do not meet required pre-requisite courses.
  • Students interested in this option will be given an opportunity to apply for this program during the freshmen year.
  • A student must already be enrolled in either the Athletic Training or Physical Therapy/Biology degree program to apply to this joint program.

 

With the School of Education:

Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (BSAT) and Master of Science degree in Education
(MSEd - Teaching Certification in Biology)

  • Application to this program is made during the junior or senior years.
  • This degree opportunity can be completed in four semesters beyond the four-year AT curriculum, but may take longer if students do not meet required pre-requisite courses.
  • Students interested in this option should identify themselves to the Department Chair early during the pre-professional program, as there may be additional pre-requisite courses required for teaching certification in the sciences.