BS in Heath Sciences to Masters in Athletic Training (3+2)


  • East Falls Campus
  • College of Rehabilitation Sciences

Degree Earned

Program Length

5 years

Program Type

  • On Campus


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Name: Kelly Pagnotta
  • Program Director
  • Associate Professor
Position: Division of Athletic Training

Jefferson - East Falls Campus
4201 Henry Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144

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This program is designed to help meet the growing demand for Athletic Trainers (AT). The athletic training program is constructed to prepare highly motivated students with interest in the medical field to sit for the Board of Certification (BOC) for athletic trainers examination upon graduation.

Total Credit Hours: 163-164

Undergraduate Curriculum

For information about the program's prerequisites and application process, visit the Application Information page.

HSCI Core Curriculum

  • Introduction to Health Professions


  • Pathways Seminar
  • Writing Seminar I: Written Communication
  • Writing Seminar II: Multimedia Communications
  • Topics in American Studies
  • Pre- or Introduction to Calculus


  • Biology I Lecture and Lab
  • Biology II Lecture and Lab (or alternate science)
  • Chemistry I Lecture and Lab (or alternate science)
  • Chemistry II Lecture and Lab (or alternate science)

HSCI Core Curriculum

  • Introduction to Healthcare
  • Health Science Elective (3 credits)


  • American Diversity
  • Global Diversity
  • Ethics


  • Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture and Lab
  • Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture and Lab


  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Developmental Psychology 

HSCI core curriculum

  • Applied Statistics for Health Sciences
  • Health Sciences Electives (12 credits)
  • Health Sciences Writing Intensive


  • Global Citizenship
  • Contemporary Global Issues
  • Integrative Seminar


  • Science Elective (4 credits)


  • (3 credits) Psychology Elective

Year 4 - MS in Athletic Training

Students enter the professional phase in their fourth year to begin the final two years of the Master of Science in Athletic Training degree.