Are you considering a career in athletic training? LHU's athletic training education program is the place for you! You wil start learning new skills your first semester, and by the time you graduate, you will be ready to enter the workforce or go on to graduate school. The LHU athletic training program has a strong tradition of producing highly skilled athletic trainers. Your educational experience will include a specific sequence of classroom and clinical experiences. Some of the highlights of LHU's AT program include:
- Small class size - your upper level AT classes will average 18 students
- Two semesters of cadaver anatomy
- Dedicated faculty
- State of the art classrooms
- Opportunities for clinical experiences at sites across the country
Athletic trainers are medical professionals who work closely with physicians. Athletic trainers specialize in preventing, diagnosing, and treating emergency, acute, and chronic medical conditions. Individuals who wish to become an athletic trainer must graduate from an accredited program and pass a national certification exam.
For more information or to schedule a visit, contact Eric Lippincott, ATEP Director, at 570-484-2781 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Students considering transferring from another institution should contact the Program Director. The Program's transfer policy can be found here.