Our Athletic Training graduate program provides you with a foundation in evidence-based medicine. How? Through exposure to research design and research methods. We also combine classroom and clinical experiences, so you can apply theoretical and practical athletic training skills in professional settings. You’ll be prepared to take the Board of Certification (BOC) examination, which allows you to work as an entry-level certified athletic trainer.
- 66-67 credit hours
- Cohort program in year-round format with graduate housing options on campus
- Clinical placements in varied settings: higher education, varsity and club sports, high schools, physical therapy clinics, and physician offices
- Opportunities to publish and present original research at professional conferences
- Human cadaver gross anatomy courses
- Faculty and staff who are nationally recognized in the profession
- Graduate assistantships available
- BOC exam completion among Lynchburg MSAT students: 92%
- Job placement rate for Lynchburg MSAT grads: 100%
Athletic Trainers Find Employment In
- Secondary schools
- Colleges and universities
- Sports medicine clinics
- Professional sports programs
- Industrial settings
- Health care environments
University of Lynchburg’s Master of Science in Athletic Training degree program was granted accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) on February 26, 2018. The University of Lynchburg Master of Science in Athletic Training degree has been approved by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC).
University of Lynchburg is no longer accepting students in the BS in Athletic Training degree option.