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How Do I major in athletic training at NCCU?

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How Do I major in athletic training at NCCU?
Students that want to major in Athletic Training declare their interest as a freshman. Students are advised in the University College during the first two years at NCCU, but should meet with the ATEP Director or Clinical Coordinator in the freshman year to addressany questions about athletic training major or for additional advisement. In addition to core classes,students must take BIOL 1300 Molecule and Cell Function in the second semester of the freshman year. This is a prerequisite for BIOL 1610 Anatomy and Physiology I, which students should take during the sophomore first semester. Classes students should take during the first semester of the sophomore year include BIOL 1610, PEDU 2010, PEDU 2250 and HEDU 4110 .Students apply for selection in the Athletic Training Education Program by November 1 of this semester. Student must earn a C or higher in all of the above mentioned classes. Students must have a 2.5 or higher to apply for selection in the ATEP. Students declare their major as Athletic Training once they are selected into the program, prior to the start of the second semester of thesophomore year.
Please note: The Athletic Training Education Program has a selective admission process, a student may meet all of the requirements for selection in the ATEP and not be selected into the program.
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