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Athletic Training, Master of Science

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Program Overview

The Master of Science in Athletic Training prepares students to demonstrate an understanding of the foundations of human kinetics, and the prevention, assessment, and immediate care, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries/illnesses to the athletic and physically active.  

Students are strongly encouraged to work with the athletic training progarm, Board of Certification (BOC) and the applicable athletic training licensure board in the state they intend to pursue licensing to ensure all BOC certification and state licensure requirements will be satisfactorily met.

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The Masters in Athletic Training Program at Colorado State University Pueblo located in Pueblo, Colorado is accredited by the:

Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE)
2001 K Street NW, 3rd Floor
Washington, DC 20006
844 462-2283

Initial Accreditation awarded: 03-02-2022

For more details, see "Program Information & Outcomes" on the lefthand tab.

"The program provides a comprehensive educational experience and a strong clinical foundation to prepare both the undergraduate and graduate level students to enter the allied health profession of athletic training."

- Roger Clark, Program Director

Frequently Asked Questions

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    How does the 3+2 Program work?

    Students will enroll in the Bachelor of Science in Health Science with an emphasis in Pre-Athletic Training. By their third year of coursework, they are then eligible to apply to the 3+2 Program by submitting application material for the Master of Science in Athletic Training.

    If the program is not accredited by the student's third year of undergraduate, students are still eligible to graduate with a four-year degree in Health Science with a Pre-Athletic Training emphasis.

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    What are the program prerequisites?

    Applicants must have completed the following courses with a grade of C or better:

    • Anatomy & Physiology I & II with Labs 
    • General College Biology with Lab        
    • Chemistry with Lab 
    • Physics with Lab                                                   
    • Exercise Physiology with lab 
    • Kinesiology 
    • Human Development 
    • College Algebra or Statistics 
    • Applied Statistics 
    • Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries 
    • Medical Terminology 

    For more information, please review program admissions.

Registration is Open

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Registration is available for Fall B online – please see course details in Course Offerings. 

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