Athletic trainers play a crucial part in public health. The athletic training programs in the College of Public Health have been created to develop competent athletic trainers and enhance decision making. With two programs to choose from - the Master of Science in Athletic Training and the Doctor of Athletic Training - there is a program for certified Athletic Trainers or those looking to become certified.
- Leadership: We have been a leader in AT education for over 30 years. We oﬀer many programs at the professional, post-professional and doctoral levels.
- Experience: Our geographical location, access to ﬁeld experiences, alumni network, and dedicated faculty provide a unique and competitive education experience.
Uniqueness: Our research distinctiveness includes advanced concussion education and evidence-based practice components in an interdisciplinary approach throughout the College of Public Health
Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) →
The Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) was created to develop competent athletic training students who are eligible for the Board of Certification (BOC) Examination. Every student in the program will have clinical experience at the Division I level. This program is for students looking to become a certified athletic trainer.
Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) →
The Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) program is designed to enhance your clinical decision-making. In the 100% online program students will gain expertise in evidence-based techniques and improve patient outcomes. This program is for currently certified athletic trainers who already have a master’s degree.