What can you do with an athletic training degree?
- Risk Reduction, Wellness, and Health Literacy
- Assessment, Evaluation, and Diagnosis
- Critical Incident Management
- Therapeutic Interventions
- Healthcare Administration and Professional Responsibility
Master of Science in Athletic Training
Our MSAT program is accredited by CAATE.
Our MS in Athletic Training will provide you with the knowledge and skills to earn your master’s degree, and prepare you to be eligible to sit for the BOC Certification Exam to become a certified athletic trainer.
Certified athletic trainers are medical experts in preventing, recognizing, managing, and rehabilitating injuries from physical activity.
Receiving your Master of Science in Athletic Training from Northern Arizona University will prepare you to:
- pass the national Board of Certification (BOC) examination to become a Certified Athletic Trainer Please view the CAATE Program Information and Outcomes Page for more information and data about our program.
- succeed in the real world through clinical competency courses with athletes, athletic trainers, physicians and therapists
- be exemplary at the state, district, and national levels through your skills and high standard of ethics
- be a leader in sports medicine allied healthcare professions
Degree progression plan
This degree consists of at least 58 credit hours. Get an idea of what your course schedule will look like with the graduate program of study.
You can find even more details on the MSAT graduate degree program in our MSAT Student Handbook.