Master of Athletic Training

The Master of Athletic Training Program prepares highly qualified, ethical healthcare professionals with a depth of knowledge and judgment to competently advance the art and science of athletic training.

Our Master of Athletic Training Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE).
Findlay has one of the largest cadaver laboratories in the region offering hands-on training to our health professional students. A strong foundation in human anatomy is essential to practicing as an athletic trainer. UF athletic training students take two semesters of gross anatomy with cadaver dissection.

Our Master of Athletic Training graduates have found employment working in:

Professional sports
NCAA divisions I, II and III athletics
Physician offices
High schools
Performing arts
Outpatient rehabilitation clinics
Medicine clinics

Master of Athletic Training students complete rotations in NCAA II intercollegiate athletics, local high school athletics, an equipment intensive environment and a rehabilitation intensive environment. Students also have the opportunity to work with other health care providers including orthopedic surgeons (office and surgery), EMT-paramedics, University of Findlay Cosiano Health Center and others.