The purpose of this program is to provide qualified candidates with in-depth experiences beyond entry-level athletic training expectations.
Additionally, all students must complete a minimum of 400 hours of clinical experience in an approved setting as part of the degree program requirements.
Candidates for this program must be certified athletic trainers through the Board of Certification (BOC), or be eligible to sit for the certification exam.
Certified athletic trainer, ATC
As a graduate student in our program you will serve as a graduate assistant at any one of our 15 clinical sites.
These 15 sites are comprised of the following types:
- NCAA Division I: 3
- NCAA Division III: 3
- NAIA: 1
- Private High School: 7
- Public High School: 1
Seven of our high school settings are private institutions and one is a public school. Below you find what sites have openings depending on the year you enter our program.
Additionally, a program applicant must provide:
- Cover letter including the graduate assistant position(s) of interest
- Copy of resume
- List of reference names and contact information
Materials should be emailed to Dr. Shelley W. Linens at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants will also be required to participate in a personal interview with clinical supervisors and/or faculty.
|Entrance Test||Undergraduate GPA||Reference Letter||Other Supporting Materials|
|GRE||3.0||3||copy of certification card or letter from program director stating eligibility for certification exam|
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