Athletic Training

  • Anatomy Lab

About Athletic Training

The Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) is a competitive entry CAATE accredited professional level program.  The MSAT program is for students who wish to pursue athletic training credentials by the Board of Certification (BOC) and pursue a career as a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC).

Two-Year Program Five-Year Program
●      Traditional 4+2 program ●      Dual degree 3+2 program for incoming first-year students (freshmen).
●      Students complete a bachelor's degree before beginning the two year master's program. ●      Students complete a BS in Kinesiology and an MS in Athletic Training in five years.

Note:  If you are a current undergraduate student, it is likely that you will need to pursue the 4+2 option.  You will complete an undergraduate degree in your choice of major (Kinesiology is common) and apply to the MSAT program. You should contact an undergraduate academic advisor to help you determine your options.


Admission Requirements               Apply for Admission

Program Highlights

The MSAT program offers the highest quality of athletic training education providing both a stimulating academic environment and an in-depth, hands-on clinical experience.

●      Faculty and sports medicine staff dedicated to student success;

●      Small class sizes to allow individualized instruction and career planning;

●      An opportunity to work with elite and Olympic caliber SEC athletes;

●      State of the art athletic training facilities;

●      Robust Aggie athletic training alumni network to assist with job seeking;

●      New manual therapy course with tool-assisted certification;

●      Excellent BOC pass rates and employment;

●      Cadaveric Anatomy experience in premier gross anatomy lab in College of Medicine;

●      Student awards locally and nationally.

For more information or to schedule a visit, contact:

Lori Greenwood, Ph.D., LAT, ATC

MSAT Program Director

For prospective undergraduate students, we will hold Athletic Training information sessions during Aggie Information Day and Aggieland Saturday.