Most pre-athletic training students major in biology, integrative science, psychology or nutrition.

During your four years at CSB and SJU, you will work closely with the pre-athletic training advisor to create an individualized academic plan. This plan will include courses that are generally listed as prerequisite coursework by the various accredited graduate programs in athletic training, and volunteer experiences that will help to make you an attractive candidate for admission into the graduate programs.

Common prerequisite courses:

  • Biology 101, 201
  • Chemistry 125
  • Chemistry 201 (taken for 1 credit)
  • Physics 105
  • Psychology 111
  • Nutrition 125
  • Math 124 or Psychology 221
  • Exercise & Health Science 306, 308
  • Biology 325, 326
  • Colg 121 (Medical Terminology) (taken for 1 credit)

Sample academic 4-year plans:

Health-related courses

The courses listed here are not prerequisites for any of our pre-professional programs – but they all can serve to expand your understanding of health and health care.

Contact your pre-athletic training advisor

Have a conversation about your questions, hopes, plans and objectives. We can help you start mapping a course to get you there.

Don Fischer
Professor, Exercise Science and Sport Studies

[email protected]

Office and Phone:

CSB Henrita Academic Building, Room 10A