Athletic Trainer and the Bridgewater MSAT Articulation
As a health care professional, athletic trainers help athletes identify injuries related to physical activity, manage and rehabilitate developing, acute, and chronic injuries. Athletic trainers work with athletes and sometimes employees to help improve performance and to prevent injury. Athletic trainers work with individuals in environments like sport medicine facilities, high school, college, and university athletic centers. They are also being brought into large warehouse environments where employees have higher rates of on the job injury due to lifting so that the athletic trainers can assist them in recovery and prevention.
To ascertain which prerequisites you will need to complete in order to be eligible to apply for entrance into an athletic training program please take a look at the list of programs below and their program websites.
The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education: https://caate.net/search-for-accredited-program/
Program prerequisites are highly variable; therefore, it is critical to work with Dr. Aaron Krochmal and/or Ms. Jodi Olson closely to ensure completion of the required courses.
Master of Science in Athletic Training Articulation with Bridgewater College
Washington College has recently partnered with Bridgewater College, a longtime national leader in athletic training, to afford our student unique opportunities to gain admission into their program in athletic training (M.S.). Follow the link below to learn more about this fantastic opportunity.