Skip to Main Content

B.S. of Kinesiology and Master of Athletic Training

Program Details

Combined degree programs allow highly qualified students to simultaneously pursue a Bachelor's and Master's degree.

  • Students begin working toward a Master’s degree as they finish their undergraduate degree. For students admitted into the combined program, 9 hours of 400 or 500 level courses can be double-counted toward the B.S. and Master’s degrees. The degree may be obtained in four to five years, particularly if students bring advanced standing credit into the Bachelor's degree.

Admission Prerequisites

  • Minimum of 64 credit hours
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.00 or greater
  • Timeline for course work and declaration of interest should be discussed with KNH adviser
Regular time-limits for completing the master's degree apply to students in a combined program. Part time students are accepted.

Application Process

  • Rolling admissions with submission of the ATCAS Application by June 5.
  • All applications will be reviewed by program faculty. Applications after this deadline will be reviewed and considered, however, acceptance into the MAT program will be dictated by the space and enrollment in the current cohort.

Program Coursework

Programs with a combined degree option allow students to double-count up to 9 credit hours of graduate course work toward their undergraduate major, minor, electives, or university requirements. These nine credits of MAT coursework will double count toward a B.S. degree in Kinesiology. Courses denoted with *.

The curricular progression is suggested and variations to the suggested progression are possible. There is potential to take undergraduate course requirements in Winter/Summer terms during the first three years of the combined program in order to decrease course load during Fall/Spring semesters.



Year 1
Fall Spring
KNH 184 Motor Skill (3) KNH 188 Physical Activity and Health (GMP IIC) (3)
BIO 161 Principles of Human Physiology (GMP IVA) (4) PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology (3)
Global Miami Plan (3) PSY 112 Foundational Psychology (4)
Global Miami Plan (3) STA 261 Statistics (GMP V) (4)
Elective (3) Global Miami Plan (3)
Elective (2) Global Miami Plan (3)
Elective (3)


Year 2
Fall Spring
CHM 141 Chem 1 (GMP IVB) (3) CHM 142 Chem II (3)
CHM 144 CHem I Lab (GMP IVB) (2) CHM 145 Chem II Lab (2)
KNH 244 Functional Anatomy (3) PHY 161 Physics (4)
FKNH 244L Functional Anatomy Lab (1) Global Miami Plan  (3)
Global Miami Plan (3) Thematic Sequence (3)
Thematic Sequence (3) Elective (3)
Elective  (3)


Year 3
Fall Spring
KNH 381 Biodynamics (3) KNH 468 Physiology of Exercise (3)
KNH 381L Biodynamics Lab (1) KNH 468L Physiology of Exercise Lab (1)
KNH 382 Physical Activity Assessment (3) KNH 482 Exercise Prescription (3)
KNH 382L Physical Activity Assessment Lab (1) Elective  (3)
Kinesiology Related (3) Elective  (3)
Thematic Sequence (3) Elective  (3)
Elective (3)


Year 4
Summer  Fall Spring
KNH 591 online(3) KNH 601 Practicum I (1) KNH 402 Senior Capstone (GMP) (3)
KNH 625 Clinical Anatomy (3) KNH 602 Practicum II (1)
KNH 607 Foundational Skills (3) KNH 627 Examination II (3)
KNH 626 Examination I (3) KNH 636 Intervention I (3)
KNH 691 EBAT I (3) KNH 656 Clinical Pathology (3)
Global Miami Plan (3) KNH 692 EBAT II (3)
KNH 693 Seminar in AT I (1)


Year 5
Fall Spring
KNH 603 Practicum III (1) KNH 604 Practicum IV (1)
KNH 609 Emergency Care (3) KNH 638 Intervention III (3)
KNH 628 Examination III (3) KNH 658 Health Care Administration (3)
KNH 637 INtervention II (3) KNH 697 Grad Capstone in AT (3)
KNH 695 Seminar in AT (1)

Note: Immersive Experience in Athletic Training (KNH 641) is required and can be completed in Winter 4, Summer 5, or Winter 5 of MAT program.

Athletic Training

Eric Brooks
202E Phillips Hall
Oxford, OH 45056