The Arkansas State University Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) is designed to prepare students for the challenges of the expanding allied health profession of athletic training. Through the combination of extensive classroom and clinical experiences in athletic training, graduates of the program achieve the entry-level competencies necessary to challenge the certification examination offered by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification (BOC) and embark on a career as a certified athletic trainer (ATC®).
The purpose of the Exercise Science degree is to serve students wanting to work in the areas of health and wellness in the clinical, corporate or commercial environments.
The purpose of the Health Promotion program is to prepare health education and promotion specialists who will have the skills and competencies to exhibit leadership in developing effective health education and promotion programs. With such skills, graduates can make major contributions in improving the health of individuals and communities in Arkansas and beyond.
The Master of Science in Education degree in Physical Education is designed to provide a quality professional program in the field of Physical Education that meets standards at the graduate level.
The M.S. Sport Administration degree in the Department of Health, Physical Education & Sport Sciences is designed to serve graduate students interested in preparing for management or administrative opportunities in professional sports, intercollegiate and interscholastic athletics, sport facilities, and sports marketing and management agencies.
The BS degree in Sport Management is designed to provide students the needed background, knowledge, and experiences to be prepared for careers in intercollegiate and professional athletics organizations, sport facility management (arenas/stadiums), campus and community recreation programs, sports information/public relations, sport marketing, sport news media, sporting goods, and academic programs in sport management.