Do you like to help people? Do you like to be challenged? Have you ever considered a career in the Health Professions? If you have answered yes, to any of these questions, you may wish to consider a career in Athletic Training. The University of Idaho, Department of Movement Sciences is recruiting students for its Entry-level Master’s Degree in Athletic Training (MSAT).
The UI’s MSAT program prepares you for a career in athletic training. Athletic training is a health care profession that is predicted to grow 37% from 2008-2018, a growth rate that is much faster than the national average for all occupations. Athletic trainers work daily with patients across the lifespan; including athletes. As a student in the UI’s MSAT program, you will learn to prevent, treat, and rehabilitate injuries and illnesses. You will also learn about professional development and organization and administration in healthcare. Each day in the athletic training program presents new and exciting clinical opportunities.
Please contact email@example.com to learn more about our athletic training programs. Please visit our program website atwww.uidaho.edu/athletictrainingprogram. The website is updated regularly as we make this exciting transition in Athletic Training Education. Link to our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/UofIAthleticTrainingProgram.
If you have specific questions about this exciting career please feel free to contact Dr. Nasypany (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr. Baker (email@example.com), Dr. May (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr. Hyung-pil Jun (email@example.com) or Dr. Warren (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Masters Degrees offered at the University of Idaho in the Department of Movement Sciences.
1. Masters of Science in Athletic Training.
2. Masters of Education in Physical Education for those who already have teacher certification
3. Masters of Education plus certification in which you can earn a graduate degree as well as teacher certification in Physical Education.
4. Masters of Science in Movement and Leisure Sciences with an emphasis in Physical Education, Sport Psychology, Recreation, or Exercise Science.
5. We also have several non-Physical Education, teaching Masters degrees in our College of Education.