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The post baccalaureate, two year program, is designed for students who have already completed a bachelor's degree in a related field and have met the admission requirements for graduate entry. The program consists of 60 credits of graduate level education and clinical experiences. The multi-year cycle is highlighted below.
The 3+2 accelerated program is designed for incoming freshmen (or transfers who meet degree matriculation requirements) who are interested in an accelerated path toward the advanced degree. In this option, students complete four years of undergraduate coursework in the Sport and Exercise Science Department as well as the Gannon University Core of Discovery, 128 credits in total, followed by 32 credits over the course of three semesters culminating in the Master of Athletic Training degree. Beginning the summer of their fourth year, students will begin the "professional phase" of their program and be considered graduate students. At the conclusion of the spring semester of the 4th year, students will receive a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Sport and Exercise Science. Following completion of the 5th year, students will receive a Master of Athletic Training degree.