As an athletic training major you'll learn to prevent, assess and treat bone and muscle injuries and illnesses. You'll acquire knowledge, skills and an understanding of physical activity that allow you to work in health, education, government and corporate settings. You will learn risk management, injury and illness pathology, acute care, therapeutic exercise, psychosocial intervention and pharmacology.
Graduates of the Athletic Training Program have been employed at universities and colleges participating at all competitive levels of the NCAA.
Graduates of the Athletic Training Program have continued their education in medical schools and physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational and chiropractic programs, among others.