The ATEP at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has a long history of producing quality athletic trainers. This is done by combining an excellent academic curriculum with a variety of clinical experiences under highly qualified Clinical Instructors.
The didactic, classroom portion of the curriculum is designed as a progression through the domains of athletic training. Each course is developed in a sequence to build upon a student's existing knowledge and experiences. For more information on the curriculum courses and the 4 year plan, please click here.
The clinical experience/education portion of the curriculum is organized to promote learning over time. Each semester, the athletic training student is assessed on various skills from past semesters, with increasing expectations for each successive assessment. For more information on the clinical portion of the curriculum, please click here.
Athletic Training education relies on a wide variety of allied health professionals to educate, instruct, and assess the athletic training student. For more information on the people involved in the UWO Athletic Training Education Program, click here.