Athletic Training Transfer Requirements
Please review the program information, including mission, program learning outcomes, and expectations on our Athletic Training webpage. The Athletic Training major provides an excellent foundation in the domains of athletic training (e.g., prevention, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, professional responsibility) from which AT majors can pursue entry-level employment or graduate study in athletic training or other healthcare/related fields. Our accreditation status (Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education – CAATE) allows athletic training students to meet eligibility requirements for taking the Board of Certification (BOC) examination upon completion of the degree. Athletic training is a limited access program.
Acceptance into the Athletic Training Program (AT Program) requires a secondary application (Portfolio) process beyond that required for admission into the University of Florida. Due to the competitive nature and restricted capacity, the Board of Governors has designated the AT Program a Limited Access Program. Please review the most recent version of the UF Undergraduate Catalog and speak to your academic advisor. University of Florida, Department of Applied Physiology, and AT Program Admission Requirements must be received on or before February 1st for consideration.
Step 1: Admission to UF, Major Athletic Training(Application deadline February 1st – Summer B term only)
To be considered for transfer admission, the AT Program requires a 3.0 minimum overall GPA, as well as a 3.0 minimum GPA in common course prerequisites. Students are also required to earn a B (3.0/4.0) or better in BSC#085/#085L (Human Anatomy and Physiology I with lab) and BSC#086/#086L (Human Anatomy and Physiology II with lab).
Common Course Pre-Requisites
[Prerequisites (# = can be the number 1 or 2, e.g., PSY1012 or 2012)]:
|HUN#201||Principles of Human Nutrition|
|STA2023||Introduction to Statistics|
|BSC#085 & BSC#085L||Human Anatomy and Physiology I with lab (or equivalent, such as BSC2093C)|
|BSC#086 & BSC#086L||Human Anatomy and Physiology II with lab (or equivalent, such as BSC2094C)|
|BSC#010 & BSC#010L||General Biology I with lab|
|PHY2053 & PHY2053L||General Physics I with lab|
Students must complete at least 60 credit hours, including General Education and Words (Gordon Rule) requirements. Preference given to students with an earned Associate of Arts degree from a Florida college.
Step 2: Formal Application to the AT Program is due February 1st. Please see the specific AT Program Admissions criteria and Portfolio Process