Master of Science in Athletic Training

Provide high-level care for athletes in their most challenging moments

Calling compassionate caretakers

Our  athletic  training master's program  is  a  five  year  professional  degree.

The  first  two  years are considered the  pre-professional  phase  consisting of  prerequisite  (undergraduate)  classes.  Once this phase is finished, you may apply for acceptance in the graduate  professional  program to complete  the last three  years  of  graduate-level  coursework. 

Through this Master's in Athletic Training program, you have a unique  opportunity  to  participate  in six  semesters  of  clinical  education;  broadening  your experience,  clinical  skills,  and  interaction  with  other  health  care  professionals.

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Program features

  • Six semesters of clinical rotations
  • 8:1, Student: Preceptor ratio
  • Diligent preparation for the athletic training Board of Certification Examination
  • Instructors with practical clinical experience
  • Christ-centered education with a focus on compassionate care
  • Hands-on learning in state-of-the-art facilities
  • Opportunities for clinical rotations at the University of Michigan and local high schools

Quick Facts

Financial Aid
The average undergraduate student award is $16,603.
We are committed to engaging your mind and spirit for service to Christ


Program Accreditation

CUAA has recently received accreditation for their new Athletic Training program and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) as of April 16, 2020. Learn more about our accreditation here.