Course of Study

The MSAT program requires 58 credit hours to graduate.

Year 1
Summer Session 1
ATRN 6100 – Acute and Emergency Care in Athletic Health Care
ATRN 6101 – Clinical Anatomy for Allied Health
Summer Session 2
ATRN 6102 – Fundamentals in Athletic Training
ATRN 6103 – Introduction to Clinical Care
ATRN 6104 – Clinical Evaluation and Diagnosis of the Lower Extremity
ATRN 6105 – Therapeutic Modalities
ATRN 6106 – Therapeutic Exercise Techniques
ATRN 6401 – Pediatric Sports Medicine Clinical Rotation
ATRN 6109 – Clinical Evaluation and Diagnosis of the Upper Extremity
ATRN 6110 – Clinical Evaluation and Diagnosis of the Head and Spine
ATRN 6111 – Therapeutic Interventions
ATRN 6113 – Patient Centered Care
ATRN 6402 – Collegiate Sports Medicine Clinical Rotation
Year 2
Summer Session
ATRN 6114 – General Medicine and Pharmacology
ATRN 6403 – Orthopedic Sports Medicine Clinical Rotation
ATRN 6118 – Administration for Health Care Professionals
ATRN 6119 – General Medicine and Diagnostic Procedures ATRN 6107 – Foundations of Modern Health Care
ATRN 6405 – Career Focused Clinical Rotation
ATRN 6121 – Behavioral Health in Sports Medicine
ATRN 6406 – Immersive Clinical Rotation

Clincial Requirements

In addition to didactic classroom requirements above, all students will participate in 6 clinical rotations. The first 4 are to give students exposure to different clinical environments and help students begin to practice clinical skills under direct supervision of an Approved Clinical Instructor. These four rotations include:

  • Local High School
  • University Athletics
  • Primary Care Physician’s office
  • Orthopedic/Sports Rehabilitation

The last two rotations are immersive. These will be assigned based on where a student would like to work post-graduation. This will allow students to gain greater clinical experience and practice opportunities with more autonomy while still being supervised by an Approved Clinical Instructor.