Professional Master of Science in Athletic Training Program

Indiana State University is excited to announce the introduction of the new Professional Master of Science in Athletic Training Program! Indiana State University has continued to be a leader in Athletic Training education and has a rich history of challenging the status quo and producing high quality athletic trainers. With an innovative curriculum that integrates advanced skills and clinical decision-making, this new program will equip its graduates to excel in the ever-changing landscape of Athletic Training.

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Master of Science in Athletic Training Program at Indiana State University is to effectively prepare evidence-based, patient-centered clinicians that are able to think critically in an ever-changing healthcare landscape.

Students of the program will be well prepared to practice at the top of their license through experiences in interprofessional collaboration, simulation, and application of disablement models in healthcare.

Our program challenges students to develop as advocates for patients and the profession of athletic training. Graduates will be prepared to be ethical, inclusive, and culturally competent clinicians, and also to be productive citizens of the world.

Vision (Execution) Statement

  • 2-year continuous enrollment
  • Blend of didactic and clinical education
  • Clinical immersion experiences at a variety of clinical sites
  • Simulated patient encounters
  • Interprofessional practice

Accreditation:

This program will be seeking accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) so that students can be eligible to take the Board of Certification exam at the culmination of the program.

Curriculum:

Our program areas of distinction and the proposed curriculum will provide an innovative education in the profession of athletic training.

Anticipated Timeline

The first cohort of Professional Master’s in Athletic Training students will start the program in Summer 2021. We will begin accepting applications to the program in Spring 2021.
Please stay tuned for more information regarding the application process!

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Program Prerequisites

Required Prerequisites # Semesters ISU Equivalent
Human Anatomy and Physiology

2 semester sequence with labs OR separate anatomy and physiology courses each with lab

Bio 231 & L & Bio 241 & L
ATTR 210 & L and PE 220 & L

General Chemistry 1 semester with lab Chem 105 & 105L
General Biology 1 semester with lab Bio 101 & 101L
General Physics 1 semester with lab Phys 105 & 105L
Medical Terminology 1 semester ATTR 225
Clinical Kinesiology  1 semester ATTR 280 or PE 380
Physiology of Exercise 1 semester with lab PE 381 & PE 381L
Fundamentals of Nutrition 1 semester  AHS 221 or AHS 201
General Psychology 1 semester  PSY 101
Statistics 1 semester  Math 241 or AHS 240
     
Preferred Electives    
Introduction to Abnormal Psychology   PSY 368
Psychology of Health Behavior   PSY 240
Developmental Psychology   PSY 266 or EPSY 221
Public Health Concepts   AHS 220
     

 

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Dr. Eric Post, Program Director
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Sycamore Center for Wellness and Applied Medicine
567 North 5th Street
Terre Haute, IN 47809
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