Athletic Training is an allied health field recognized by the American Medical Association. Certified Athletic Trainers specialize in the prevention, recognition/evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, and reconditioning of injuries due to physical activity.
Soon, a master’s degree will be required in order to become an athletic trainer. The University of Tulsa is committed to preparing athletic training to students for professional practice and is proud to offer two degree options for students interested in Athletic Training:
5 Year Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Exercise & Sports Science + Master of Athletic Training
2 Year Master of Athletic Training
The Master of Athletic Training program at The University of Tulsa is now accepting applications for summer 2016 admission. For information, contact Ron Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Athletic Training program at The University of Tulsa:
- Is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education;
- Was the first accredited Athletic Training program in Oklahoma;
- Involves an extensive core of academic study combined with equally in-depth clinical rotations;
- Utilizes intercollegiate, interscholastic, professional sport, industrial site, and sports medicine clinic settings for the student’s clinical experience;
- Entitles the student to apply for the BOC Certification Examination after completion of degree requirements.
The undergraduate Athletic Training curriculum at the University of Tulsa is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) and the program has petitioned CAATE for a change of degree. This petition is currently under review.
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