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The Master of Science in Advanced Athletic Training is a post-professional degree consisting of 34 credits. The student will take coursework in Musculoskeletal Diagnostic Ultrasound, Evidence Based Therapeutic Modalities, Advanced Emergency Care, Evidence Based Orthopedic Evaluation, Kinesio Tape┬« and Manual Therapies.  The following are certifications and training students will obtain:  CKTP (Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner┬«) certification,  Musculoskeletal diagnostic ultrasound for the shoulder, knee and ankle; Advanced Emergency Care including airway management, IVs, and 12-lead EKGs; Greenman's Principles of Manual Therapy, and inserting thermocouple techniques.

In addition, all students in the MS in Advanced AT program are required to complete a thesis.  The thesis topic MUST be in one of the MS AT faculty research areas.

For information regarding the plan of study, admission criteria, retention standards, and course descriptions please click on the links below.

Plan of Study

Admission Criteria

Retention Standards

Course Descriptions


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