The entry-level Master of Athletic Training Program is a two-year, five semester program. It is divided into MSAT Year I and MSAT Year II.
During MSAT Year I, course work in athletic training begins at the 5000 level. The 5000-level courses present the basic, behavioral, professional and applied science foundations for the 6000-level courses in MSAT Year II. For students that enter the program with direct admission status bachelor’s degrees are awarded to those individuals satisfying all relevant Carroll undergraduate requirements at the conclusion of the senior year/MSAT Year I.
At the conclusion of MSAT Year I, students move into the MSAT Year II, where 6000-level (summer, fall and spring terms of year five) courses in athletic training are offered. Knowledge gained in each course is integrated throughout subsequent courses. Athletic Training Program graduates participate in the University’s Commencement ceremony in May.