Athletic Training | MSAT
Athletic trainers are healthcare professionals who work with physicians to optimize their patients’ activity. They provide physical medicine, prevent and diagnose injury, and treat and rehabilitate acute and chronic issues that would impair or limit their patients’ activity.
Certification and licensure as an athletic trainer requires, at minimum, a degree in athletic training from an accredited college or university. According to the National Athletic Trainers Association, about 70 percent of working athletic trainers in the United States hold at least a master’s degree.
The Pacific University athletic training program offers an entry-level master of science degree in athletic training.
As students in the Pacific University Hillsboro Campus, master of science in athletic training (MSAT) students also receive access to an interdisciplinary learning environment that will help them collaborate and excel within the healthcare field professionally.
|AT-502 Orthopedic Evaluation: Lower Quadrant||5|
|AT-510 Physical Agents and Mechanical Modalities||3|
|AT-530 Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries I||2|
|AT-540 Clinical Internships I||5|
|AT-560 Introduction to Evidence Based Practice||2|
|AT-650 Professionalism and Ethics in Athletic Training||1|
|CHP-515 Interprofessional Competency; Theory & Practice I||1|
|AT-503 Orthopedic Evaluation: Upper Quadrant||5|
|AT-531 Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries II||2|
|AT-541 Clinical Internships II||5|
|AT-550 Research Methods and Statistics||2|
|AT-670 Training/Conditioning Athletes & Physically Active Individuals||2|
|AT-600 General Medical Conditions||5|
|AT-610 Introduction to Medical Imaging||1|
|AT-660 Critically Appraised Topics||1|
|AT-640 Clinical Internship III||8|
|AT-570 Sports Nutrition||4|
|AT-620 Administration in Healthcare and Athletic Training Settings||2|
|AT-641 Clinical Internship IV||9|