Earn a Seton Hall Master's Degree in Athletic Training
Take the next step to pursue your passion for athletic training by requesting more information about the Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) program at Seton Hall University, just minutes from New York City.
The Masters in Athletic Training program is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). It's the only entry-level Masters degree in Athletic Training program in New Jersey, and one of only two in the tri-state area.
Complete the form to the right for more information on the Entry-Level Master's in Athletic Training program.
Graduates of the Master of Science in Athletic Training program enter the workforce with recession proof careers, having historically been placed in one of the following professional settings 100% of the time.
- Professional sports
- Colleges and universities
- Secondary schools
- Hospitals, clinics, physician offices and sports medicine clinics
- Military and law enforcement
- The performing arts
- Industrial and commercial
Students pursuing an MS in Athletic Training at Seton Hall University have access to the resources of a large university with the personalized instruction of a small school and learn the art and science of caring from distinguished faculty with years of practical experience in the field of athletic training. Learning isn't limited to the classroom. Clinical rotations begin in the first semester of the program, allowing students to integrate their classroom knowledge with clinical learning in varied environments early on. Athletic Training students gain real-world experience in the following settings:
- Local high schools, colleges and universities
- General medical facilities
- Professional sports teams
- Wellness and sport performance facilities
Graduates from the Master of Science in Athletic Training program at Seton Hall are well prepared for the Board of Certification (BOC) Examination and subsequent careers in athletic training. In 2005, the first-time passing rate was nearly 80%, well above the national average of 26%. The curriculum also prepares athletic training students for the National Strength and Conditioning Specialist exam.
So what are you waiting for? Start your future in athletic training by requesting more information using the simple form to the right.