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Welcome to the Master of Athletic Training Program

Advancing Health Care for Athletes of All Kinds

  • Athletic trainer and athlete in Boise State athletic training center
    Boise State Athletic Training Center

  • athletic trainer with football player laying on field
    Clinical Experience During a Football Game

  • Athletic Training Student works with Borah High School student and athletic trainer on student's ankle
    Learning an Ankle Evaluation

  • Athletic Training student with athletic trainers surrounding football player
    On-field injury evaluation

  • arm exercises with athletic trainer
    Demonstrating shoulder rehabilitation

  • Athletic Trainer does neurological eye exam on young athlete
    Cranial Nerve Assessment

Applications to the new Masters of Athletic Training (MAT) degree program will be accepted starting Winter 2017-2018.

Varied clinical experiences in orthopedic and urgent care clinics, surgery, NCAA DI and DII athletic departments, physical rehabilitation, high schools, health clinics and hospitals, community sports organizations, professional sports.

  • Classes begin in July 2018
  • 50 credit hour curriculum over 24 consecutive months (2 years)
  • 4 separate diagnosis and intervention courses
  • 4 research and evidence based courses

An accelerated Bachelor’s to Master’s degree (3+2) 5-year program is also available to qualified Boise State University undergraduate students.

For Questions and Advising please contact:

Brittany Brillon: Assistant Program Director: atep@boisestate.edu or 208-426-1053

 

Aggregate 3 Year BOC Pass Rate Data

Comparison of Boise State’s first time BOC pass rates to National rates spanning the previous 3-year’s aggregated totals.

2017 Pass Rate Graph

View accessible table of comparison of Boise State’s first time BOC pass rates to National rates spanning the previous 3-year’s aggregated totals.