Study to become a qualified health care provider who is skilled in the prevention, diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of orthopedic and non-orthopedic injuries and conditions.
Upon graduation, you will be eligible to sit for the Board of Certification (BOC) examination leading to national certification as an Athletic Trainer (ATC) and licensure as an Athletic Trainer (LAT) in most states, including Maine.
Graduate student support
Our Office of Graduate Studies connects you with opportunities for professional development, scholarships, and graduate assistantships. They also foster our graduate student community through Peer Mentorship and the Graduate Student Board.
Our faculty mentor student research projects and are frequently published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Their research focuses on the influence of physical activity on aging, body composition analysis, and musculoskeletal physiology.
Scholarships offer financial aid that doesn’t need to be repaid. We encourage students in graduate degree programs to apply for scholarship opportunities.
You’ll gain valuable, hands-on experience by combining online courses with immersive clinical education in real-world settings that may include colleges, universities, high schools, hospitals, and professional sports.
Our program prepares you for a career as a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) in a growing health care field. ATCs are employed in a variety of settings, including athletics, physician practices, hospitals, performing arts, work-place care, military, and public safety.
Admission information: Athletic Training, MS
We accept applications on a rolling basis and review them continuously.
|Application deadline||Summer term start|
|All applicants||May 1|