To ensure adequate clinical placements for students, prospective students will participate in a competitive admissions process.
Subjective and objective point scales will be used to determine student acceptance.
Students should contact the Masters of Science in Athletic Training Program Director for the latest admission information.
Prospective students will accumulate points for the successful completion of the following criteria:
- Complete the online application procedure including submit a letter of intent and two recommendation forms from a non-family member to the MSAT Program Director by April 1st of the year in which they are applying for acceptance. (Late applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until spots are filled.)
- Demonstrate a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA at the time of application and complete the following prerequiste coursework in the areas of biology, chemistry, anatomy, physiology, psychology, & physics with a letter grade of “C” better.
- Interview to be scheduled by the MSAT Program Director.
Successful completion of all of the prerequisites mentioned above does not guarantee admission into the Masters of Science in Athletic Training Program.