Students typically spend two years at Pitt-Greensburg and then apply directly to the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences during their final semester at Greensburg. Required prerequisite courses are listed below and must be completed with a C or better. EMT 1101 and REHSCI 1811/1812 are not offered at Greensburg, but students may be able to cross register for these classes on the Pittsburgh campus or for equivalent classes at Westmoreland County Community College or at the Community College of Allegheny County. Students should have completed REHSCI 1811/1812 with a B or better before they apply to the athletic training program.
Humanities and/or Social Science elective 6 credits
Students must also meet the following requirements:
Successful completion of at least 60 credits of coursework prior to admission.
45 clinical observation hours under the direct supervision of a certified athletic trainer at the University of Pittsburgh. These hours are made available to students who are registered for Basic Athletic Training.
20 hours of observation outside of the University of Pittsburgh and under the direct supervision of a certified athletic trainer. The twenty hours must be distributed evenly between a high school facility and a sports medicine clinic.
Application Deadline: March 15
Applicants should complete an admissions application including the Technical Standards for Admission document.