Central Michigan University

Master in Athletic Training stay healthy

Athletic training is about helping athletes get and stay healthy. At Central Michigan University, we've been doing it longer than almost anybody, with one of the first programs of its kind in the country. Learn how to assess and treat sports-related injuries and ensure athlete safety in our Master of Science in Athletic Training program, accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.

Why This Program & What You'll Learn

We pride ourselves with a long and proven tradition (since 1973) of fully preparing students to become certified athletic trainers. We offered the first undergraduate sports medicine major in the country, and we've excelled and evolved with the profession ever since.

Learn by doing with an effective blend of classroom, laboratory instruction and clinical experiences. You'll receive personalized attention with small class sizes. Our faculty will mentor you through emerging research using the latest techniques.

You'll practice and perform with real patients in the prevention, management, rehabilitation, and referral of injuries and illnesses. As part of our MSAT program, you will complete three different types of clinical experiences at a CMU athletic training approved agency. Sites include colleges, universities, secondary schools, hospitals, professional sports and clinics.

Our program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. Upon graduation, you'll be eligible to apply for the Board of Certification national certification examination for athletic trainers.

Duration 02 Year Average Processing Time 20 Days
Tuition Fee (International) 38400 USD Application Fee 40 USD
Living Cost 24000 USD Additional Fee
Tuition Fee Break Up 19200 USD/ Year
Programme Level Bachelors/UG Degree
Course Type Full Time
Eligibility (For Domestic Fee)
Other Requirements

We also require students to demonstrate English proficiency, unless from a country where English is considered a primary language. Students have several options for showing English proficiency. TOEFL (79), ILETS (6.5), PTE (53), and Duolingo (100) are the most common, however, there are other options as well

Special Application Instructions NA
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