Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) degree

Get in the Game with a Degree in Athletic Training

Seton Hall University offers career-oriented degree options for students interested in the Athletic Training profession:

  • Entry-level Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) Degree
  • Accelerated Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science (BA/BS) + MSAT Dual-Degree

Athletic Training is a specialty in the field of sports medicine. Athletic trainers prevent, evaluate, and intervene when emergency, chronic or acute medical conditions strike, causing impairment in their athletes. Athletic trainers touch the lives of every patient under their care, whether they are preparing them for play, rehabilitating them from an injury or teaching them conditioning and performance best practices.

What Our Alumni Are Saying

Video: Alumna Mercedes Cunningham, MS '14, ATC, who now works as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Boston College, talks about her experiences in the Seton Hall Athletic Training degree program.

Athletic Training alumnus Nico Locandro You're Hired!
Recent graduate Nico Locandro, MS '14, ATC, CSCS, is a Seasonal Athletic Trainer with the NFL's New England Patriots.

The Show Must Go On The Show Must Go On
Alumnus Christian Marks, MS '08, ATC, discusses his job as a Performance Medicine Therapist with Cirque du Soleil.

Helpful Information

Why You Need the Master's Degree

  • Upcoming changes to the Athletic Training profession will require new practitioners to have a master's degree.

Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) Program Overview

Dual-Degree in Athletic Training (BA/BS + MSAT) Program Overview

Brochure: “Your Career as a Certified Athletic Trainer begins at Seton Hall University”

Contact us about the master's program, dual-degree program and transfer options.

Ready for Graduate School?

Request more information about Seton Hall's two-year, entry-level MSAT degree program.

Are you a High School student?

Get in touch with Seton Hall Undergraduate Admissions to learn more about our University and the 5-year dual-degree program in Athletic Training (BA/BS + MSAT).

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Community College and Transfer Students

Learn more about completing your bachelor's degree at Seton Hall. Then, you can apply for the entry-level MSAT degree program .

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