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Athletic Training Master's Degree

Minnesota State Mankato's Athletic Training program prepares professionals to treat physically active patients as part of an integrated health-care team. As one of the oldest and most respected programs in the country, we have taken a leadership role in adopting a master's level program that will allow our graduates to secure the best jobs at higher salaries.  The Master of Science in Athletic Training program recently received continuing accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) through 2027-28.

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 Program promotional videos: Newest videovideo 1 and video 2

[PDF] Fast facts about the program (276 KiB)

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Athletic Training Centralized Application System

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.

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Moved to the Master's

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.

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.

[PDF] View master's program flier (1 MiB)

[JPG] 10 Reasons to get your Master of Science in Athletic Training at Minnesota State University (329 KiB)