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Additional Program Information

Athletic trainer assesses football playerGoals

  1.  Graduates of this program will demonstrate the knowledge and skills of a highly qualified, productive, and employable Athletic Trainer.
  2.  Graduates from this program will pursue life-long learning, which informs clinical practice shaped by the University’s shared values: Academic excellence, caring, citizenship, fairness, respect, responsibility, and trustworthiness.

BOC Pass Rates & Employment Rates

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.

notice:

Program completion and compliance with the Athletic Training Program’s technical standards do not guarantee student eligibility for the BOC certification exam.

Program Handbook:

Coming soon

Technical Standards

Program Expenses

Boise State Graduate Student Tuition and Fees (In & Out of State)

Other AT program student expenses:

  • National Athletic Trainers Association Student Membership: $70
  • Healthcare Provider CPR/AED certification (one time): $50
  • Background Check (Certified Background): $65
  • Students are responsible for expenses related to:
    1. Clinical Course Fees: TBD
    2. Transportation to and from off-campus clinical education facilities
    3. Appropriate clothing (casual slacks/shorts and Boise State shirts) for clinical education rotations
    4. Physical examination, Vaccinations, Titer or other medical expenses for application
  • Athletic Training BOC examination (final semester): $300

Accreditation:  The Athletic Training program at Boise State has maintained continued accreditation since accreditation for professional programs began.  The existing undergraduate accreditation will transition to the Masters Program in 2019.