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Athletic Training

Certified Athletic Trainers are unique health care providers who specialize in the prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and illness" as described by the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA).

Our Program

The mission of Master of Athletic Training (MAT) program is to provide a high quality, interprofessional, and evidence-based education to build a strong foundation for a career in athletic training.

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Athletic Trainers are integral members of the healthcare team, working under the direction of a licensed physician and in collaboration with other healthcare professionals, administrators, coaches, and parents.

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The Master of Athletic Training degree program is a 60-semester credit hour, two-year lock step graduate program providing comprehensive exposure to the field of Athletic Training.

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Learn more about the admission requirements and how to apply.

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Students need to know that we truly care about them and want them to succeed. Their successes make us, as faculty, very proud!

Wade Redman, Ph.D., MBA, MT (ASCP)

Department Chair Laboratory Sciences and Primary Care

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Program Information, Admission, Application, Request a Tour

School of Health Professions Office of Admissions and Student Affairs

 health.professions@ttuhsc.edu

T: (806) 743-3220 

 

Leslee Taylor, Program Director
Leslee Taylor, LAT, ATC
Program Director
leslee.taylor@ttuhsc.edu