Athletic training news
Choose from two unique master's programs in athletic training. Both are designed to meet your career goals and needs.
Almost 100% of our students find a job or admission into post-professional programs before they graduate.
Take this program if you're already a certified athletic trainer. Advance your skills, knowledge and prime yourself for greater roles.
Gain the right credentials for the job market. Soon, you must have at least a master's degree to become a certified athletic trainer.
Grow and develop while in the program through hands-on clinical training. You'll work with athletes, athletic trainers and other health care providers while in school.
Missouri State has a reputation for delivering a high-quality education in athletic training (AT). Our program spans more than four decades.
Our students perform well above the national average on the Board of Certification (BOC) exam. They also have a nearly 100 percent placement rate in jobs or graduate programs.
Guided by the public affairs mission of the university, the mission of the athletic training program is to develop highly educated individuals as well as proficient health care professionals in the field of athletic training and the broader area of sports medicine. Faculty, students, and staff of the program support this mission by engaging in culturally rich educational experiences that foster responsibility and ethical leadership; pursuing new knowledge via professional and scholarly activities; providing community engagement through service to the university, Springfield community, and athletic training profession; and engaging in lifelong learning.