The program’s educational philosophy encompasses current research and formal instruction in healthcare screening, design and implementation of research, prevention of injury and illness, recognition and evaluation, and therapeutic interventions of conditions and injuries sustained by various populations to include healthcare that accounts for social, economic, and health disparities. From a Christian framework of empathy, compassion, and service to others, the students will be taught educational standards in knowledge, skill, and appropriate professional behaviors. A MSAT student will have the opportunity to develop applied technical and clinical skills incorporating analytical problem-solving abilities to assist with the daily operation of traditional and non-traditional athletic training settings.

It is an aim of the program to produce a corps of athletic training students that shall advance the profession of athletic training at a local and national level through the utilization of superior evidence-based practice. The vision of our professional Masters of Athletic Training is to develop the students’ knowledge, appreciation, understanding, and clinical reasoning which will prepare them for responsible Christian living in a complex world as a health care provider. The program's mission is to teach students three core values, which include; (1) knowledge and skill competency, (2) critical and integrative thinking, and (3) personal, professional, and ethical behaviors of a practitioner.



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