Bachelor of Arts in Athletic Training (Teach-Out)
CAATE Accredited Program
Yellow Jacket Athletic Training
Explore what Athletic Training looks like at Cedarville. See some of our facilities, meet the trainers who keep our NCAA Division II athletes in winning condition, and watch a video about Cedarville’s partnership with a local hospital.
We’re proud of our successful graduates! 97% of recent graduates from the School of Allied Health were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
New Textbook Combines Exercise and Theology“A Christian Guide to Body Stewardship, Diet and Exercise” offers a theology of the body and addresses nutrition, weight management, and exercise.
Cedarville Stories Minisode: Saint on All Saints' DayFrom her years spent with grandparents hearing hymns to a thought-provoking philosophy class in college to the witness of Cedarville athletes, Dean of Undergraduate Studies Pam Johnson had many benchmarks on her path to Jesus.
Cedarville University Reports Record EnrollmentThe university’s enrollment for 2020-21 has climbed to 4,550 students — an increase of 3.7%, or 170 students, from last year’s enrollment of 4,380 students.
COVID-19: "Touchless" Welcome to Campus Still TouchingThe university welcomed approximately 900 first-time freshmen students to campus during Getting Started Weekend.
Athletic Training Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take a range of courses including biology, anatomy and physiology, exercise science, psychology, and athletic training disciplines.
The program is rigorous and intense placing specific requirements and demands on the enrolled students preparing graduates to enter a variety of employment settings and to render care to a wide spectrum of individuals engaged in physical activity. The technical standards set forth for this program establish the essential qualities considered necessary for students admitted to this program to achieve the knowledge, skills, and competencies of an entry-level athletic trainer, as well as meet the expectations of the program's accrediting agency (Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education [CAATE]). Additionally OSHA guidelines are followed very closely as documented in the Health and Safety Policy.
- Lower Body Injury Evaluation
- General Medical Issues