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Because of the close connection between athletics and Athletic Training, many prospective students who express interest in the Southeast Missouri State University Athletic Training Education Program are also interested in participating in intercollegiate athletics. The ATEP does have a significant clinical component which requires a strong commitment on behalf of the student. This involves a weekly average of 20 hours that includes a combination of morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend time commitments. Time conflicts between the athlete’s intercollegiate sport demands and clinical requirements may occur if careful planning is not taken into consideration. The Athletic Training Faculty and Staff are committed to encouraging students and assisting them in taking advantage of the many opportunities afforded to them at Southeast. We are also dedicated to guiding the student and the student-athlete so they fulfill the graduation requirements of the Athletic Training major and have diverse and quality clinical experiences. The following guidelines are designed to help accomplish these goals:
Students who may have questions regarding this policy are encouraged to speak with the ATEP Director.