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Master of Science in Athletic Training

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We are currently accepting applications for fall 2021!  

Application to the Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) program is separate from the process to apply for a graduate assistantship (GA) associated with the program.

Applying for a graduate assistantship

If you're interested in a graduate assistantship, email: a resume, cover letter, a list of three references and a one-page essay indicating you career goals and how the MSAT program will assist in reaching those goals to Admission to the MSAT is completed using the GRADCAS online application system

Applying to the program only

Students who wish to apply to this program but NOT apply for a funded graduate assistantship may apply until the cohort is full.  Review application information and admission requirements.

MSAT Mission

To develop advanced training clinicians in rehabilitation and leadership suitable to a variety of clinical employment settings. Students will acquire and create new knowledge, apply advance concepts, and advance the AT profession while developing lifelong learning skills, and participate in the university's public affairs mission.

Extend your potential with a Master of Science in Athletic Training degree

This two-year degree program, also known as the post-professional program, offers certified athletic trainers an opportunity to acquire, apply and advance their knowledge and clinical skills with a Master of Science in Athletic Training degree. 

Inspiring academics

The Department of Public Health and Sports Medicine and Athletic Training promotes learning through experience — with insight from dedicated faculty, expert advising and clinical training.

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