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Students may declare as an Athletic Training Freshmen Fall Semester, but they must apply for entrance into the professional phase of the Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) during the Freshmen Spring Semester. 

By the Freshmen Spring Semester, students must have completed, or be enrolled in and achieved a minimum of a C grade in the following courses:  BI 215, BI 216, SM 136 SM 138, SM 139, SM 220.

Students not meeting the minimum criteria (classes and grades) will need to correct any deficiencies before being considered for entrance into the professional phase of the Athletic Training Education Program.  Athletic Training students must adhere to the policies and procedures of the Athletic Training Education Program and of clinical sites.

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