An Athletic Trainer specializes in injury and illness prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation for physically active people.
A Certified Athletic Trainer must be knowledgeable in all professional domains, including injury prevention, clinical evaluation, and diagnosis; immediate and emergency care, treatment, and rehabilitation; and organizational and professional well-being.
Athletic Trainers can work in a variety of different settings, including: working with athletes in secondary schools, university and professional sports teams, patients in physical therapy clinics, and in other hospital, fitness, and lab settings.
Athletic Trainers collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.
Athletic Training Admissions Requirements:
A bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college/university or approved degree credentialing agency for international students.
Application submitted to ATCAS ($85 for first application, $45 for each additional program). This must be done before submitting the supplemental application.
A minimum of 2.75 cumulative grade point average (GPA) and a grade of C or better on all prerequisite courses. Students must complete all prerequisite courses prior to successfully matriculating to the MSAT.
Successful completion of professional interview with NSU MSAT Admissions Committee.
Official transcripts from all institutions attended that include prerequisite courses.