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COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, HEALTH, AND EDUCATION (CSSHE)

The Sport Studies Department is housed in the CSSHE, whose programs have a special focus on society in the areas of education, health, community services and more. The college houses a wide variety of departments that include undergraduate programs, master’s degree programs and a doctoral program in psychology.

The CSSHE prepares undergraduate and graduate students in the Jesuit Catholic tradition intellectually, morally and spiritually for careers and professions of service by:

u Challenging students to strive for academic excellence and life-long learning u Providing applied experiences grounded in theoretical foundations u Promoting collaboration and community partnerships u Incorporating research, scholarship, and innovation

u Integrating ethical behavior and a respect for individual differences and diversity

CORE CURRICULUM

The foundation of Xavier’s success is its commitment to its Jesuit heritage. The Core Curriculum embodies Xavier’s mission and philosophy of education and serves as a valuable foundation for all undergraduate students. Within the Core, the four-course Ethics/Religion and Society (E/RS) Focus fosters students’ understanding of socially significant issues through study of the humanities, especially literature, philosophy and theology, as well as the social and natural sciences. Along with courses in their major, Xavier students also take Core courses in: cultural diversity, English composition, fine arts, foreign language, history, literature, mathematics, philosophy, science, social science and theology.

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

Core Curriculum: Minimum 64 credit hours

Major in athletic training: 54 credit hours, including 48 hours of athletic training courses and 12 hours of clinical experience courses. Students must complete 1,000 hours of supervised clinical experience. A minimum of a 2.500 cumulative GPA and a minimum 2.000 in all biology and professional courses must be maintained to remain in the program.

For current information about XU-ATEP requirements, visit www.xavie .edu/athletic-training.

Xavier is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Information in this brochure is correct as of 8/11.

XAVIER AT A GLANCE

Founded in 1831, Xavier University is a Jesuit Catholic university in Cincinnati, Ohio, annually ranked among the nation’s best universities. Its three colleges offer 85 undergraduate majors, 54 minors and 11 graduate programs to 7,019 total students, including 4,368 undergraduates.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

OFFICE OF ADMISSION

Phone:

Fax: Email: Web:

513-745-3301 877-XUADMIT (982-3648) 513-745-4319 xuadmit@xavier.edu www.xavier.edu

ATHLETIC TRAINING PROGRAM Tina Davlin-Pater, PhD, ATC, Director

Phone: Email: Web:

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513-745-3430 davlin@xavier.edu www.xavier.edu/ athletic-training 3rd Floor, Joseph Building

Office of Admission 3800 Victory Parkway Cincinnati, Ohio 45207-5131

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