Requirements and Curriculum

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The MS major requires a minimum of 63 credit hours of coursework. Additional credit hours are required for the bachelor's degree.

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Exercise Science-Applied Exercise Physiology Concentration

Beginning in Fall 2021, students must choose the Applied Exercise Physiology concentration for the combined Exercise Science BS/Athletic Training MS program.

Graduate Courses for MS Portion

  • CHB 550 Public Health Population Well-Being (3)
  • ES 508 Foundations of Athletic Training (3)
  • ES 520 Clinical Integration I (2)
  • ES 521 Clinical Integration II (2)
  • ES 528 Health Promotion, Prevention and Wellness (3)
  • ES 536 Healthcare Management (2)
  • ES 539 Seminar (2)
  • ES 543 Psychosocial & Behavioral Healthcare (2)
  • ES 547 Foundations of Patient Care (3)
  • ES 548 Patient Care Interventions I (2)
  • ES 549 Patient care Interventions II (2)
  • ES 553 Functional Anatomy for Athletic Trainers (3)
  • ES 554 Emergency Management in Athletic Training (3)
  • ES 570 Patient Examination I (3)
  • ES 571 Patient Examination II (3)
  • ES 626 Clinical Integration III (2)
  • ES 627 Clinical Integration IV (1)
  • ES 628 Clinical Integration V (4)
  • ES 629 Clinical Integration VI (6)
  • ES 630 Clinical Research in Patient Care (3)
  • ES 631 Clinical Reasoning Capstone (3)
  • ES 673 Patient Examination III (3)
  • PT 505 Evidence-Based Practice I (3)

Required Forms

  • Technical Standards–to be completed after receiving formal acceptance into the MS in AT
  • Communicable Disease Policy–to be completed after receiving formal acceptance into the MS in AT
  • Observation Hours Tracking Sheet–to be completed before your application to the MS in AT.
  • Blood-Borne Pathogens Training–to be completed as part of ES 554–Emergency Management in Athletic Training

Academic Integrity Policy for Graduate Students

All students should review and be familiar with UB’s policy on academic integrity.

Questions about program requirements or curriculum?

Contact undergraduate advisement at sphhp-oasa@buffalo.edu or (716) 829-5000.