Master of Science in Athletic Training
The MS in Athletic Training requires both didactic and clinical education experiences which require the student to meet programmatic standards for optimal and safe participation in clinical experiences. Additional paperwork is required as students on-board for clinical rotations and additional costs are incurred for processes, including but not limited to, background checks, professional liability insurance and travel. A full description of these responsibilities are included in the MS in AT Student Handbook linked below.
Current undergraduate student, Annika Shuster, discusses her experience taking the Cadaver Anatomy and Applied Assessment course typically offered at the graduate level.