Integrated Bachelor's in Exercise Science with a Master's in Athletic Training
Program Credits: Bachelor's in Exercise Science- 61 credits; Integrated Master's in Athletic Training- 36 credits. 97 total credits.
(Students in the Integrated MAT program must complete at least 150 credits in order to graduate. These credits include the 97 program credits, GE, religion, and elective credits.)
Department application for admittance to the program. Secondary application for the Master's program after completion of the Bachelor's requirements.
Introductory Course: EXSC 320 and 321
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To learn more, schedule an appointment with Life Sciences Advisement at 801-422-3042.
Beyond The Classroom
Once students start the Athletic Training program (typically their senior year), they will have four athletic training clinical rotations. One each semester for the four semesters in the program. For each clinical, they will be assigned to either an on-campus sports team, a local high school, or a local institution providing athletic training services. These clinicals will allow students to receive hands-on clinical experience as they work with the athletes and the team’s athletic trainer. They average around 20-25 hours per week for the duration of the semester.
Engaging in internships, mentored research, associations, and clubs related to your program is an important step in linking your education with the real world. These experiences enhance your education and prepare you for both further schooling and your future career.
- Professional Athletic Trainer
- Collegiate Athletic Trainer
- High School Athletic Trainer
- Clinical Athletic Trainer
- Physical Therapist Assistant
- High schools
- Physical Therapy Clinics
Meet Your Academic Advisor: Farris Child
Farris was born and raised in Idaho, served a mission in Rio de Janeiro Brazil, and lived for four years on the Navajo Reservation while working as a high school counselor.
Farris and his wife DeeAnna have been married for almost 20 years, and have been blessed with five children ranging in ages from 8-17. During his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, serving, running, playing sports, gardening, reading, and enjoying the great outdoors.
Farris has a BS degree in Family Development and an MS Degree in Psychology. He has been working at BYU as an advisor/advisement administrator for 13 years.
Farris advises students in the Exercise and Wellness major with last names starting with H-Z.
To schedule an appointment to meet with Farris, contact the Life Sciences Advisement office at 801.422.3042 or by visiting 2060 LSB.
Office Hours: M-F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Closed for devotionals and holidays.