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Athletic trainers help prevent and treat muscle and bone injuries for people of all ages. Their patients and clients include everyone from professional athletes to factory workers.
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Athletic Training

What do athletic trainers do?

Become a board certified athletic trainer
This program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. To be eligible to take the Board of Certification (BOC) Exam students must graduate from a CAATE accredited program.

What does it mean to be board certified?
Board certified athletic trainers:

Where do athletic trainers work?

Coursework and clinical experience
As an athletic training major, you are part of the College of Education and Health Sciences.

Career outlook
Because of the role athletic trainers play in preventing injuries and reducing health care costs, the Department of Labor expects employment opportunities for athletic trainers will grow by 37 percent through 2018. Settings with the best job prospects include healthcare and fitness and recreational sports centers.

Is athletic training right for you?
You could make a great athletic trainer if you have:

Career outlook
Because of the role athletic trainers play in preventing injuries and reducing health care costs, the Department of Labor expects employment opportunities for athletic trainers will grow by 37 percent through 2018. Settings with the best job prospects include healthcare and fitness and recreational sports centers.

Coursework
A degree in athletic training requires 38 credits of general education and 90 credits of athletic core education:

Course Catalog

How to apply
The athletic training program at Minot State University is a selective one. Up to ten students will be admitted each spring semester. The ATEPSC has the authority to increase or decrease the number of applicants admitted based on the number of approved clinical instructors available and the current enrollment in the athletic training education To learn about the application process visit Athletic Training web site.

College of Education and Health Sciences

More Information
To learn more, visit our Athletic Training web site. Better yet, schedule a campus visit so we can meet face-to-face and show you around.

Contact Information
Heather Golly, Ph.D
Assistant Professor and Program Director
Department of Teacher Education and
Human Performance
Phone: 701-858-3276 or 1-800-777-0750 ext. 3276
heather.golly@minotstateu.edu