As specialists in sports medicine, athletic trainers prevent, evaluate and intervene when patients and athletes face injuries or other medical conditions. In the process, they touch the life of each person they treat.
Our career-oriented Master of Science in Athletic Training (M.S.A.T.) degree program is the state's first entry-level master's program with accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.
We put you in the field right away: clinical rotations begin your first semester, and you'll work in a variety of settings before graduation from our athletic training program.
Our athletic training program’s graduates consistently receive job offers after graduation and their Board of Certification first-time pass rate is well above the national average. They now work with athletes and physically active individuals in well-known organizations including NCAA sports teams, the NFL's Cleveland Browns and New England Patriots, Cirque du Soleil, as well many public and private high schools.
Why Apply to a Master's in Athletic Training Program?
Applying to a Master's in Athletic Training Program prepares athletic training students for successful careers in sports medicine, focusing on injury prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. This advanced education equips athletic training professionals with the skills needed for effective athletic training education and collaboration within university athletics programs and beyond. Graduates can expect diverse career outcomes, including roles in professional sports, collegiate athletic departments, rehabilitation centers, and healthcare settings, where they apply their expertise to support athletes' health and performance.