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Spalding University Master of Science in Athletic Training
Spalding University

Master of Science in Athletic Training

Louisville, USA

2 Years

English

Full time

Request application deadline

Aug 2024

USD 815 / per credit

On-Campus

Introduction

Spalding University&rsquo's Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) is a professional program, which provides a gateway for students and professionals outside of the field to become athletic trainers. Because no prior experience is necessary, Spalding's MSAT program is accessible and offers entry points at the bachelor’s and master’s levels. The program prepares students to serve in a variety of health, educational, and community settings and emphasizes reflective learning by having students actively participate in practice opportunities. MSAT faculty members work collaboratively with each student to enhance learning and success in the profession.

Mission Statement

In the pioneering spirit of Lewis and Clark, the Mission of Spalding University's Master of Science Degree Program in Athletic Training is to develop professionals dedicated to meeting the needs of the times through compassionate service, application of evidence-based care, and exploratory problem-solving placing high value on lifelong learning, effective communication, relationship building, and teamwork.

Features

In our Master of Science in Athletic Training program you will:

  • Enhance your classroom learning and critical thinking skills through 4 clinical education rotations
  • communicate effectively with clients across the age continuum in a variety of settings
  • Engage in evidence-based clinical practice that is patient-centred and team-oriented
  • gain access to practice opportunities with our many community partners, including a large multi-system medical complex, located just blocks away from campus

Facts

Spalding&rsquo's MSAT is the first master’s level professional athletic training program in the state of Kentucky. Employment of athletic trainers is projected to grow 17 percent from 2021 to 2031. The average salary for an athletic trainer is $50,000+ and varies based on practice setting and location.

Training

MSAT classroom learning is enhanced by 4 clinical education rotations. Students have the advantage of practicing with clients across the age continuum in a variety of settings:

  • injury/illness prevention
  • wellness protection
  • clinical evaluation and diagnosis
  • immediate and emergency care
  • treatment and rehabilitation
  • organizational and professional health and well-being

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