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About Our Athletic Training Graduate Program

Master of Science in Athletic Training – Our Program is Launching in Summer 2019!

The Kent State University Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) will welcome our first cohort of students in the summer of 2019. The MSAT program is an intensive 2-year program that includes courses in the first and second summers.

These courses will allow students to learn the true definition of athletic training, as well as be able to navigate which facets of the industry interest them the most.

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Applicants are required to have an extensive science background including work in the following courses:

  • Biology
  • Basic Athletic Training
  • Biomechanics
  • Anatomy and Physiology (including Exercise Physiology)
  • Chemistry 
  • Research
  • Nutrition
  • General Psychology
 

Students who may ask “what is athletic training?” before applying may be aware that all of these aspects are essential to the field, however, it is all of these elements combined that make for a true professional on the sidelines, in a locker room, or in any other athletic setting.

All potential coursework will be evaluated by the faculty for acceptance.

Mission Statement for Our Athletic Training Program in Ohio

As you continue to research graduate schools in Ohio and learn more information about the general athletic training definition and all the field entails, keep our below mission statement in mind:

“It is the mission of this program to promote sound educational and clinical experiences for athletic training students in preparation for entry-level careers.

A strong commitment to providing a comprehensive perspective of the athletic training profession through cognitive, psychomotor and affective tasks guides this program as it prepares athletic training students for the challenges of caring for the physically active in diverse athletic training settings.”

Our Athletic Training Graduate Program’s Vision Statement

With our first cohort launching later this year, we would like each prospective student to take the time to read our vision statement below:

“The Athletic Training program strives to promote excellence and diversity in education through a variety of clinical and academic experiences for students. Through an optimal mix of challenge and support, students are prepared to face the challenges of providing health care to the physically active.

The Athletic Training program is dedicated to involving community resources in the educational preparation of athletic training students to broaden the scope of the program. Additionally, the students and staff recognize the nature of the rapidly changing allied health care field and remain informed on current techniques through a dedication to continuing education.

In an effort to remain consistent with the university mission of promoting research, this program is also committed to advancing research in the field of athletic training through student and staff projects and presentations.”

If you’re admitted into our new graduate program, we envision that your studies will align with our above statement. We also want each student to be able to enthusiastically explain what athletic training is to friends and family, and why it’s important to you and your future.

Learn More About the Definition of Athletic Training and Our New Grad Program Today!

Our Master of Science in Athletic Training will equip you with the knowledge you need to thrive in a variety of settings. The program we’ve created specializes in preventing, assessing and treating injuries and illnesses in athletes.

Students who have successfully completed and passed our courses will be prepared to take the BOC exam, which moves them one step closer to becoming a certified athletic trainer.

If you’re interested in receiving more information about our graduate-level program, please reach out to our team today! We’d be happy to provide assistance.