The Kinesiology Department offers the Athletic Training Program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. This program was the first Athletic Training Program in New York state to be approved by the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) in 1974 and received initial accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) April 27, 1996. Current CAATE accreditation status may be located at on our website. The program is also registered with the New York State Education Department as an Athletic Training license qualifying program.Students accepted to SUNY Cortland may be admitted directly into the athletic training major, but in order to remain in the major and be accepted into the clinical education portion of the Athletic Training Program, students are required to complete a secondary application process. Applications are accepted only during the fall semester. The number of students admitted into the clinical education portion of the Athletic Training Program is determined in order to comply with CAATE Standards. The program will determine the number of students offered admission in order of their application ranking. Students accepted into the clinical education portion of the Athletic Training Program will begin their clinical education in the spring semester. Students that complete the program and meet all the minimum requirements for retention will be eligible to sit for the Board of Certification Examination (BOC). The program's BOC pass rate may be located on our website.
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