The Athletic Training Program
Students in UE's athletic training program have their choice of multiple tracts to prepare them for success in whatever area they choose to pursue after graduation.
The University of Evansville is the smallest Division I Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE)-accredited school in the country. Athletic training (AT) students are challenged with rigorous course work and hands-on experiences, such as their involvement with UE’s Division I athletic programs, from their first week on campus. University of Evansville AT students are highly marketable, as they have the flexibility to explore many branches of study and develop diverse skill sets through the AT, physical therapist assistant, and Doctor of Physical Therapy-combination degree programs. The AT student leaves UE prepared, as seen in the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATA-BOC) exam first-time pass rates where UE performs well above the national average. UE's athletic training program is part of the School of Public Health.
|Year||UE 1st time pass rate||Overall Pass Rate||National 1st time pass rate|
|2012-2013||14/16 (88%)||16/16 (100%)||79%|
|2013-2014||12/12 (100%)||12/12 (100%)||78%|
|2014-2015||10/13 (77%)||12/13 (92%)||TBA|
|3-Year Aggregate||36/41 (88%)||40/41 (98%)||79%|