Department of Kinesiology & Outdoor Recreation

Athletic Training Masters Degree Program Sequence

The Master of Athletic Training (MAT) Program is a six (6) semester program.

Semester One – Summer 2nd Session

Course Title Credits
PE 6030 Athletic Training and Sports Medicine** 3
AT 6060 Evidence-Based Practice** 3
AT 6210 Clinical Instruction I - Clinical Observation 1
Total: 7

Semester Two - Fall

Course Title Credits
PE 6070 Psychosocial Aspects of Sports Performance** 3
AT 6130 Evaluation of Lower Extremity Injuries 3
AT 6220 Clinical Instruction II - Taping and Bracing 2
AT 6560 Care and Management of Emergent Conditions 2
AT 6590 Applied Pharmacology 2
Total: 12

Semester Three - Spring

Course Title Credits
AT 6140 Evaluation of Upper Extremity and Head Injuries 3
AT 6150 Therapeutic Modalities 3
AT 6230 Clinical Instruction III - Lower Extremity 3
AT 6910 Analyzing the Problem and Proposing a Solution** 3
Total: 12

Semester Four – Summer 2nd Session

Course Title Credits
AT 6240 Clinical Instruction IV - Upper Extremity 3
Total: 3

Semester Five – Fall

Course Title Credits
AT 6160 Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation 3
AT 6250 Clinical Instruction V - Therapeutic Modalities 3
AT 6580 General Medical Conditions 3
AT 6920 Evaluating the Solution 3
Total: 12

Semester Six - Spring

Course Title Credits
AT 6260 Clinical Instruction VI - Therapeutic Rehabilitation 2
AT 6570 Athletic Training Management** 3
AT 6900 Athletic Training Seminar 2
AT 6930 Completing and Disseminating the Project 3
Total: 10

Total Number of Credits: 56

** Online Class