Message from the Director:
The West Liberty University Athletic Training Program is proud to announce it is currently in the process of transitioning to a Master’s degree. Part of this transition is a “teach-out” process for remaining Athletic Training students that are currently in the undergraduate program. The University Administration has made the decision not to accept any new students into the AT Program at this time as part of this transition.
However, any prospective student wishing to pursue Athletic Training will be enrolled in the Exercise Physiology Pre-Athletic Training concentration and have the opportunity to complete the Masters of Science in Athletic Training as part of a 3+2 program (Bachelor’s degree Exercise Physiology + Master’s degree Athletic Training) in 5 years. Click here to learn more about the Pre-Athletic Training concentration area and 4-year Plan of Study in Exercise Physiology.
Current Athletic Training students that are “in-program” will not be affected, and they will complete a “teach-out” plan that includes: continuing the curriculum and clinical requirements; on-time graduation provided the student completes the coursework; and eligibility verification to sit for the BOC examination.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Dr. David R. Hanna PT, MS, ATC
|BOC Pass Rate Table||2017-18||2018-19||2019-20||3-Year Aggregate|
|Number of students graduating from WLU AT program||6||4||4||14|
|Number of students graduating from WLU AT program that took exam||6||3||2||11|
|Number of students from WLU AT program that passed the exam on the first attempt||3||2||0||5|
|Percentage of students from WLU AT program that passed the exam on the first attempt||50%||67%||0%||45%|
|Number of students who passed the exam regardless of the number of attempts||3||2||0||5|
|Percentage of students who passed the exam regardless of the number of attempts||50%||67%||0%||45%|