This program is for currently certified athletic trainers who already have a Master’s degree. If you’re a certified trainer looking to earn a master’s degree, learn more here. If you’re looking to become a certified athletic trainer, learn more here.
The Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) is a 36-credit hour program designed to enhance your clinical decision-making. In the program you will gain expertise in evidence-based techniques and improve patient outcomes. Throughout the program, you will network with athletic trainers and health care clinicians from all over the world. The DAT courses will be delivered exclusively online, utilizing both synchronous and asynchronous delivery methods. View Curriculum.
The mission of the Temple University Doctor of Athletic Training program (DAT) is to enhance clinical decision-making of the practicing certified athletic trainer. To fulfill this mission students will gain expertise in the ability to utilize evidence-based techniques, including the identification and interpretation of current literature to improve patient outcomes. In addition, the program will enhance student’s interdisciplinary and inter-professional relationships through the clinical education components, to mimic real-world healthcare delivery experiences. The DAT courses will be delivered exclusively online, utilizing both synchronous and asynchronous delivery methods. This technological approach will help us reach a greater audience than a traditional program and provide the opportunity for collaboration with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Upon successful completion of the Post Professional Athletic Training degree, students will be able to:
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Tuition is calculated on a per-credit basis. Cost for the 2017-18 academic year is $960 per credit hour, totaling $34,560 for the 36 credit-hour Online DAT program. There are no additional registration or tuition-related fees or expenses.
For more information about tuition, please visit the Temple University Bursar’s Office website.