The Kinesiology Division includes Athlethic Training and Kinesiology. Programs of study lead to an Associate of Arts Degree and are designed for transfer to a state-supported college or university.
The Athletic Training Program is a comprehensive two-year preparatory program leading to placement in a four-year accredited Athletic Training curriculum. The intention of this program is to ease the transition of the student trainer into a four-year program. Cisco College provides clinical experience in eight Division I NJCAA athletic programs as well as surgical rotations, rehabilitation rotations and exposure to high school athletics. Students wishing to pursue Athletic Training as a career are encouraged to enroll in a four-year school that has received accreditation from CAAHEP, the governing body for health care program accreditations.
Are you interested in joining the Athletic Training program at Cisco College? Click here to fill out the program application.
All student athletes are required to complete the following student participation forms. Prospective athletes should speak to a coach prior to completing forms. All athletes must have a physical from a physician before they will be allowed to participate in practice.
Pre-participating and Medical History forms should be mailed to:
Cisco College, Athletic Training Department
101 College Heights, Cisco, Texas 76437
- Susan Moore, Volleyball, Division Chair
- David White, Baseball
- Debbie Baker, Director of Wrangler Belles
- Charinee Mitchell, Basketball
- Skylar Watson, Football
- Leslie Dean, Softball
- Faith Thurman, Soccer
Degrees & Certifications Offered
See the Cisco College Catalog for course listings.
- Nutrition Assistant
- Coaching and Scouting
- Assistant Coach
- Community Health Educator
- Athletic Training
- Exercise Physiology
- Personal Training