The Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Athletic Training Program will provide a challenging, comprehensive and student-centered learning environment that prepares students to excel at the professional level as a productive and engaged athletic trainer. This program incorporates the values of a supportive academic and clinical community which promotes professional leadership, and ethical conduct through an abundance of active learning opportunities. Students are prepared for employment in high schools, colleges, professional sports, medical clinics, advanced scientific study and for successful collaboration with other allied health practitioners and in diverse patient populations.
The AT Program is a selective and competitive admissions program that is one of only 16 Texas undergraduate programs nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The AT Program at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi provides 121 credit hours of formal classroom instruction and a wide variety of hands-on experiences, including clinical time with the institution's 14 NCAA Division I intercollegiate sports teams as well as several other activity organizations such as cheer, dance, and ROTC. In addition to on-campus experiences, students get hands-on clinical experience at affiliate sites including physical therapy clinics, orthopedic clinics, family practice clinics, and local high schools.
Students successfully completing the program will earn a bachelor of science degree in Athletic Training and will be eligible for Texas state licensure and national certification through the Board of Certification (BOC).
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