grade of "C" or higher is required in Composition I and II at Troy
University. "D" grades will not transfer.
selecting courses from Areas II and IV, please note that at least one 6sh
sequence in either Literature (Area II) or History (Area IV) must be
attending Troy University are required to complete a course in Ethics.
Students at a community college are strongly encouraged to take IDS 102(Ethics)
to meet this requirement.
A grade of "C" or higher is required in the Math course
chosen. "D" grades will not transfer.
attending Troy University are NOT required to take Physics as listed
on the Athletic Training guide. Students at a community college are strongly
encouraged to take CHM 111 (College Chemistry I) to meet this science
When selecting courses from Areas II and IV, please note that at least one
6sh sequence in either Literature (Area II) or History (Area IV) must be
Personal Health (HED 221) course on the guide is NOT required by TROY.
Please select another course from those listed below for these credit hours.
remaining 15 SH in Area V can be obtained at the community college by taking
15 SH from the following:
- BIO 201 (Human Anatomy &
Physiology I) (4 SH)
- BIO 202 (Human Anatomy &
Physiology II) (4 SH)
- NUR 206 (Advanced Nutrition
Concepts) (3 SH)
- ORI 101 (Orientation to
- CIS 146 (Microcomputer
- CHM 111 (College Chemistry
I)(4 SH) – if not taken in Area III
- IDS 102 (Ethics)(3 SH) -if not
taken in AREA II
- History or Literature course
from AREA II to complete a sequence(3SH)-if a
sequence is not completed in AREA II
NOTE: Before transfer students
can be accepted into the Athletic Training program, they must meet the admissions
requirements for the professional program as stated in the Troy University
Catalog - Admission to the AT Program, Application and Selection Process and
Requirements for admission to the Professional Athletic Training Program:
Students must possess an overall 3.0 GPA as well as a 3.0 GPA in all athletic
training core courses to be considered for admission.
2. All student applicants applying for the Athletic Training Program must
have completed AT 1101, BIO 1100 and L100, MTH 1112, CHM 1142, CHM L142, and ENG
1101, and ENG 1102 with a GPA of 3.0 or better.
3. The Athletic Training Program (AT Program) accepts completed applications
for program admission twice a year. The due dates are April 1 and July 1 of
each academic year. Applicants applying by the April 1 deadline will receive
priority and the July 1 applicants will receive consideration only if there
are slots available after the April 1 program admission process is complete.
Admission to the AT Program is selective and completed applications do not
guarantee admission into the AT Program.
All students must be interviewed by the Athletic Training Program Board of
Admissions as a component of the application process. Student applicants
must also submit three letters of recommendation and have documented a
minimum of 40 observation hours under a certified athletic trainer prior to
being considered for admission into the AT Program.
5. All transfer student applicants must complete the equivalent of BIO 1100
and L100, MTH 1112, CHM 1142 and L142, ENG 1101 and ENG 1102 with a minimum
GPA of 3.0 prior to admission into the AT Program. AT 1101 must also
be completed under the same criteria; however, it must be taken at Troy
University. Transfer students must go through the same application process
as Troy University students.
6. Each student accepted into the AT Program must submit a signed agreement
stating that he/she accepts the invitation and responsibility connected with
the AT Program.
in the Athletic Training Program:
1. Students who are accepted into the AT Program begin course progression in
the fall semester of the acceptance year.
2. All students must maintain current CPR for the Professional Rescuer, First
Aid, and AED certifications. Professional liability insurance must be
purchased annually through the Department of Athletic Training. Proof of
physical examination Hepatitis B vaccine, TB skin test, and current tetanus
immunization must be on file when enrolled in the AT Program. Students are
responsible for their own medical care if needed in the clinical education
3. Achievement tests are required at various points in the student’s
Because of the costs of the Athletic Training Program, students are
responsible for essential items of personal equipment, uniforms, Hepatitis B
Vaccine Series, liability insurance cost, and travel.
5. Students must maintain an overall 3.0 GPA as well as a 3.0 GPA in all
athletic training core courses. 6.
Students must earn a C or better in all athletic training core courses. If a
student earns a D or F in any AT Program courses, he/she must repeat that
additional policies related to the bachelor of science degree in athletic
training, contact the director of the athletic training program, 3212
Veterans Stadium Tower, Troy University, 36082, or call (334) 670-5818.