Athletic trainers are integral to keeping athletes and other physically active individuals at the top of their game. The profession is a great way to help others stay healthy and perform at a high level.
St. Scholastica's entry-level master's in athletic training program offers exceptional career preparation for our graduates. Our low student-to-instructor ratios in classes and clinical settings, wide array of clinical opportunities and modern facilities provide students with the feel of a small college with the resources of a large institution.
Post-baccalaureate master's program. For students who have already earned a bachelor's degree. This option takes 23 months to complete.
"Finish in Five" program. For students without a bachelor's degree, we offer an accelerated program in which you earn both a bachelor's and master's degree. The program takes 5 years to complete.
Kin Com Isokinetic Testing
Dartfish Video Analysis Software
Biodex Balance and Unweighing Systems
Chattanooga Vectra Genisys Muscle Stimulation, Ultrasound and Laser/Light Therapy
Powerplate Airdaptive 5 Vibration Therapy
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 37 percent job growth for athletic trainers between now and 2018. Athletic trainers work in a variety of settings, including hospitals and clinics, high schools and colleges, and professional sports.
In a competitive job market, our entry-level master's in athletic training can make you stand out from the crowd. More importantly, you'll have a deeper and more thorough understanding of the practice of athletic training and a wealth of hands-on clinical experience. You'll also earn, on average, $5,000 per year more than athletic trainers who don't hold a master's degree.
Admissions Counselor, Duluth Campus
Chair, Athletic Training Department
Student Ambassador, Athletic Training
Contact David for answers to questions from a current student's perspective.