Aug 07, 2020  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master of Athletic Training

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The Master’s in Athletic Training is designed as a professional degree for persons entering the field of athletic training. The degree is designed to prepare individuals for positions as athletic trainers in a variety of employment settings. The program integrates didactic and clinical experiences to promote critical thinking, psychomotor skill, professional decision making, and collaboration to prepare students to serve as professionals in the field of athletic training.

The Bethune-Cookman Athletic Training faculty is dedicated educators and professionals with all appropriate credentials. In addition to the faculty, a variety of certified athletic trainers and medical professionals serve as clinical instructors in a variety of employment settings, including collegiate athletics, public schools, orthopedic clinics, rehabilitation settings, and general medical facilities.

Additional Program Admissions Requirements

  • 50 hours or more of Athletic Training job shadowing
  • Interview with the MAT Panel
  • All prerequisites passed with a minimum grade of “C”
  • Written goals statement
  • Pass a Level II background check

Prerequisite Courses

  • Biology I w/Lab
  • Human Anatomy w/Lab
  • Human Physiology w/Lab
  • Nutrition or Sports Nutrition
  • General Physics w/Lab
  • Intro to Statistics
  • General Psychology
  • General Chemistry w/Lab

Master of Athletic Training = 60 Credit Hours

Semester I Total = 7 Credit Hours

Semester II Total = 10 Credit Hours

Semester III Total = 14 Credit Hours

Semester IV Total = 9 Credit Hours

Semester V Total = 9 Credit Hours

Semester VI Total = 11 Credit Hours

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