Master of Science in Athletic Training
The professional Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) Program is a two-year, 38 credit-hour, standalone master’s degree delivered via traditional, online, and hybrid formats. The degree will employ course content that focuses on the competencies needed to practice both the art and science of athletic training, leading to compassionate and exceptional care to meet the regional needs of western Colorado and beyond.
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The Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) program will seek accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The MSAT program ensures the highest quality of education by offering collective learning experiences enabling students to successfully challenge the Board of Certification examination and gain employment in a variety of settings including but not limited to:
- High school/college athletic programs
- Professional sports programs
- Outpatient physical therapy/sports medicine clinics
- Industrial/corporate settings
- US military
The mission of the Athletic Training Program at Colorado Mesa University (CMU) is to produce competent athletic trainers who use clinical decision making to provide patient care on varied populations. Through the program's professional preparation, which emphasizes patient-centered care and evidence-based practice in both didactic and clinical education, CMU Athletic Training Program graduates are well prepared to help athletes of our region and beyond enjoy wellness and physical activity.