From pre-game taping to practice and game medical coverage to injury assessment and rehabilitation, Plymouth State University’s Master of Science (MS) degree programs in athletic training will prepare you for success on and off the field.
Working closely with faculty members who are respected professionals in athletic training, Plymouth State’s graduate programs provide students like you with opportunities to excel. If your goal is to become a BOC certified athletic trainer, or if you’re already BOC certified and want further training in teaching athletic training, Plymouth State’s Professional Program or Post-Professional in Higher Education athletic training programs will help you reach your goals.
Choose from one of two athletic training concentrations to determine your coursework:
Plymouth State is an NCAA Division III school with 24 varsity athletic teams, including men’s and women’s lacrosse, soccer, basketball, skiing, and ice hockey; as well as men’s football. More than 700 student athletes participate in team sports each year. The Physical Education Center has 33-acres of the best playing and practice fields in Division III, in addition to a three-court gymnasium, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a wrestling room, tennis courts, and the Vailas Performance Center. The University’s 860-seat ice arena, serves as a teaching facility for instruction and research in ice activities and a home for the varsity men’s and women’s ice hockey teams. In Fall 2015, ALLWell North opened. The 107,600-square-foot complex includes a large-scale multi-use space and provides students with modern athletics and recreational facilities, including a full-size track and indoor tennis courts.
Why choose Plymouth State for your master’s degree in athletic training?
- Immediate hands-on experience working with student athletes, health care professionals, and faculty who are leaders in the field.
- On-site athletic training experiences at various clinical education sites, including Plymouth State University, Holderness School, New Hampton School, and Tilton School.
- Small class sizes. With a maximum of twelve students per class in the Professional Program, you’ll get the one-on-one interaction with faculty that larger athletic training programs are unable to offer.
- Graduate assistantships are available to students enrolled in the Post-Professional in Higher Education program.
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Applications must be received by January 15 annually to be considered for admission. Additional admissions requirements apply to each of the graduate athletic training programs.
To begin planning your program, contact: