The Master of Science degree in Athletic Training helps students acquire knowledge and hands-on skills in emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic rehabilitation, medical conditions and evidence-based research. Athletic Trainers are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians consistent with state licensure statute. The Professional Athletic Training program will prepare students to sit for the Board of Certification exam and work in secondary schools, colleges and universities, professional sports teams, sports medicine clinics, industrial settings and other healthcare environments. Now seeking admission for May 2020, contingent upon university and state approval.
Director: Tracey Covassin