Athletic trainers play a vital role in preventing, diagnosing, and treating various types of injuries and medical conditions related to physical activity. As a student pursuing Lee's new Masters of Science in Athletic Training, you'll receive the real-world education and experience needed to help people get back on their feet and back in the game.

The new MS in Athletic Training degree at Lee University is a full-time, 2-year program with 54 semester hours, including the first summer with optional international missions in the second summer. The MSAT provides students with blended teaching methods, hands-on clinical experiences, and a diverse exposure to various clinical internship settings. Upon graduation, you will be prepared for employment in a variety of athletic training settings, such as high school and collegiate athletics, rehabilitation clinics, performing arts, military, industrial injury prevention and rehabilitation, extreme sports, and orthopedic offices. Additionally, you will become a part of the allied healthcare landscape working collaboratively with doctors, physical and occupational therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, nurses, nutritionists, and strength and conditioning coordinators.

If you are interested in either our January or June start dates, apply now online through ATCAS, the centralized application service for athletic training programs.