Working in a diverse metropolitan setting, we provide integrated learning, individualized clinical experiences, and research opportunities to develop a comprehensively prepared athletic trainer.

Core Principles

  • Innovation: in teaching, research, and clinical practice
  • Curiosity: through growth mindset and life-long learning
  • Collaboration: in working together towards something bigger
  • Integrity: in everything we do
  • Total wellbeing: of our faculty, staff, students, and the people we serve
  • Evidence-based: an empirical, experiential, and patient centered approach

Program Goals & Student Learning Outcomes

Program Goals

  1. Develop a well-rounded athletic trainer who has comprehensive knowledge of the domains of athletic training practice and is a patient-centered, culturally competent healthcare provider.  
  2. Recruit and support students from broad backgrounds and diverse populations through completion of the program and entry into the profession.  
  3. Educate students through a dynamic curriculum that emphasizes interprofessional education, patient centered care, and physical and mental health. 
  4. Provide a variety of high-quality clinical education experiences that reflect the student’s professional goals.  
  5. Recruit and retain faculty and preceptors who are outstanding clinicians, educators, and/or researchers.   
  6. Advance the athletic training profession through the leadership and research of the faculty and students.   

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the MSAT program students will: 

  1. Demonstrate mastery of the domains of athletic training practice.  
  2. Work collaboratively as part of an interprofessional health care team.  
  3. Practice culturally competent and patient centered care 
  4. Engage in professional advocacy  
  5. Be prepared to engage in practice-based research