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Program Director’s Message

All students complete coursework required for the bachelor of science degree in athletic training. Most pursue a graduate assistant position in athletic training or a related discipline following graduation. For students who have a desire to work in high schools following graduation, it is recommended that they pursue teacher certification as well. Other students pursue a degree in physical therapy, physician’s assistant studies, or a similar allied health care profession.

Students start in the athletic training room immediately during their first year and obtain clinical experience with TCU Athletics, local high schools, and physical therapy and physician clinics. Our students are very close and work together in class, during clinical education and with the Athletic Training Students’ Association.

I encourage you to visit campus to discuss your academic goals and learn how TCU can help you reach them. Please contact me at any time to arrange a visit, or should you have any additional questions about the program. I hope to hear from you regarding your potential as an athletic training student at TCU. Go Frogs!

 

Stephanie Jevas, PhD, ATC, LAT
Director, Athletic Training Program