AdmissionPage address: http://ahn.mnsu.edu/athletictraining/admission/
Please Note: The current program has received 10 years of continuing accreditation from the CAATE as a professional Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT).
Priority review for applicants to the graduate program begins February 1st (early review will begin February 1st for completed applications) However, application review will continue on a rolling admission basis until the final deadline of June 1st.
Please note that the first two courses for each new cohort begin the second summer session with an online course for HP 606 and a hybrid course (majority online with one week of labs on campus) for HP 607. Expect the same high quality educational experience from a program that has been in existance since 1969...but now at the masters level! Transition from the undergraduate to the graduate level is in line with the profession's change in the entry-level degree as a masters degree from a CAATE professional program at the masters level (Click Here for Official Announcement).
Graduate Program Application Information
Students applying for admission to the Athletic Training Graduate program must apply to the Athletic Training program via ATCAS. Please review the program admission requirements/prerequisites for 2019-20 applicants in order to assure you have completed OR are in the process (i.e. currently completing) the prerequisite requirements at the time of application.
ATCAS: The applicant may use the ATCAS (Athletic Training Centralized Application Service). This service allows the applicant to use a web-based process to apply to multiple (including MSU) athletic training programs around the country at the same time. There is a fee (charged by ATCAS) for this application service.
Clinical Experience Requirements following admission to the program.
Graduate requirements for degree completion may be located HERE