The Master of Science of Athletic Training degree program is a professional (entry-level) athletic training program that addresses the curricular content necessary for safe and proficient patient care. The curriculum addresses the six core competencies expected of all healthcare providers (evidence-based practice, quality improvement, use of healthcare informatics, patient-centered care, interprofessional education and collaborative practice, and professionalism). Classroom learning is enhanced through clinical education experiences which provide students with supervised hands-on learning opportunities necessary to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for autonomous clinical practice.
Other available programs from Old Dominion University: College of Health Sciences
About the Program:
- GPA: 3.00
- Other: * Three recommendations * CPR/AED Certification