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Athletic Training Transition to Masters of Science degree

The Athletic Training program at UW Oshkosh is in the process of transitioning the undergraduate major in Athletic Training (currently a Bachelors of Science (BS) professional degree) to the graduate level.   Therefore, a Masters of Science (MS) professional degree has been proposed. It has received approval at all campus levels and is currently awaiting HLC Approval.  It is scheduled to begin in Summer 2020.

Learn more about the Athletic Training transition. 

Athletic Training Student Wins Chancellor's Award 

Senior Athletic Training student Daniel Meyer was honored last year with the Chancellor's Award for Excellence. This award acknowledges senior students who possess high academic and leadership qualities and demonstrates commitment to the ideals of excellence and service to others. The criteria for this award include:  academic performance, university related service (excluding athletics participation) and community involvement. We are very proud of Dan for his contributions to both the University and our Department. Way to go Dan! 

Kinesiology and Athletic Training at UW Oshkosh

Gain a competitive edge in the job market through a major in Kinesiology or Athletic Training. 

Major in Athletic Training 

Through hands-on learning, students in the UW Oshkosh Athletic Training major are prepared to provide athletic training services to the physically active populations in our ever-changing world. 

Learn more about majoring in Athletic Training at UW Oshkosh. 

Learn more about the required courses and academic planning in the Athletic Training program.

Major in Kinesiology 

Kinesiology students at UW Oshkosh gain the knowledge, skills and abilities to work as professionals in exercise and fitness and/or strength and conditioning. 

There are three emphases for the Kinesiology major:

  • Exercise and Fitness
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Healthcare Science. 

Learn more about majoring in Kinesiology and the three emphases. 

Learn more about the required courses and academic planning in the Kinesiology program.


Check out our interview with Alumna Carly Wahl.


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