The master's degree in athletic training prepares professionals to treat physically active patients as an integral part of an integrated health care team. As one of the oldest and most respected athletic training programs in the nation, students will graduate prepared to launch their career in this diverse field.
We have transitioned to a professional master's degree program to better prepare our graduates for successful careers in athletic training and to stay current with the changing professional requirements. The new program launched Summer 2016.
Please check out our newly remodeled athletic training classroom/lab.
The Athletic Training Centralized Application System (ATCAS) is a centralized application service for candidates applying to professional and post-professional degree programs in athletic training.
The Athletic Training program has a rolling application deadline. Review of completed applications will begin on November 1. The program will continue to review applications until May 1.
All graduate students pay in-state tuition, no matter where they are from.
That means that you'll earn your master's degree at a fraction of the cost you'd pay at many of the other public and private colleges and universities.
The demand for athletic trainers is expected to increase 22% by 2024. Enter the booming job market in athletic training with an education from this award-winning program.
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The master's degree in athletic training prepares professionals to treat physically active patients. As one of the oldest and most respected athletic training programs in the nation, students will graduate prepared to launch their career in this diverse field.
This program will prepare graduate students to enter the health care field of athletic training. Athletic Trainers collaborate with other health care professionals to provide services such as injury/illness prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis and rehabilitation.