Athletic Training

Transition to the Master's Degree

We are excited to announce that in the Fall 2021, we began enrolling students into our accelerated (3+2) BS in Health Sciences/MS in Athletic Training degree program.  Areas of distinction within our curriculum include contemporary head, neck and spine injury evaluation and treatment, therapeutic interventions and manual therapy, and comprehensive orthopedic and non-orthopedic injury diagnosis and management.

Our Athletic Training Program prepares students to become unique healthcare providers who specialize in the prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses.  After completing our program, students become eligible to sit for the national Board of Certification (BOC) exam, which upon successful completion enables them to practice as certified athletic trainers under the supervision of a physician.

Mission Statement

It is our Department's mission to create a positive learning environment that fosters the philosophy of serving God by serving students and preparing students to serve others through the provision of competent and compassionate Athletic Training care.

For a complete list of program goals and objectives click here.