Athletic Training - M.A.T.
Athletic Training M.A.T.
Master of Athletic Training
College of Health
Degree Specific Credits: 58
Required Cumulative GPA: 3.0
Catalog Year: 2020-21
Athletic Training Techniques I
Lower Extremity Assessment
Practicum in Athletic Training I
Clinical Anatomy Lab
Upper Extremity Assessment
Nutrition for Sport & Exercise
Practicum in Athletic Training II
Case Studies in Sport Psychology
Athletic Training Techniques II (Online)
Manual Therapy Techniques
Practicum in Athletic Training III
Capstone: Research in AT
Org & Admin in Athletic Training (Online)
General Medical Assessment
Practicum in Athletic Training IV
Pharmacology in Sports Medicine (Online)
Program fee: There is an additional fee of $1124/semester in addition to regular tuition and fees. This fee will help cover the cost of lab equipment, accreditation costs, adjunct teaching, and software. Other fees may include, but are not limited to: criminal background check ($55), vaccinations ($50) and NATA membership fee ($60).
Students who desire admission into the Master’s in Athletic Training Program must submit a formal application to ATCAS.
Early Admission consideration: Students may submit their application for early consideration by November 1st. Up to half of the cohort may be filled at this time depending on the qualifications of the applicants. Applicants not accepted during early admission will still be considered with the regular admissions cycle unless the applicant does not meet the minimum application criteria.
Regular Admissions: Applications and supporting materials are due no later than February 1st. Applications received after the deadline will be considered on a rolling admissions basis if available slots exist. Students are encouraged to apply by the February 1st deadline, as the program will likely reach capacity at that point. Applications received after the deadline will be considered on a rolling admissions basis if available slots exist.
Formal notification of admission to the Master’s program will be made in writing.
Candidates who are NOT admitted to the program will also receive written notification of this decision. Students may be selected as alternates and if a vacancy should become available prior to summer semester, these students will be informed. Not all qualified candidates may be admitted to the Master’s program due to limited enrollment in clinical experiences.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR PROFESSIONAL ATHLETIC TRAINING PROGRAM (ATP)
Submit Athletic Training Student Application through ATCAS (found online at: https://atcas.liaisoncas.com) (pay application fee to ATCAS)
Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 for all college coursework (a GPA below 3.0 may be considered)
GRE Scores (or test equivalent) (submit to ATCAS) A minimum score of 300 combined quantitative and verbal and a writing score of 3 is preferred; however, students may be considered if scores fall below these marks (contact Program Director for additional information).
Completed pre-requisite courses with a grade of “C” or better (students may be enrolled in pre-requisite courses at time of application)
Official transcript(s) of all college coursework (submit to ATCAS). Obtain a current official copy of all college course work. Students must complete or be in the process of completing required course work prior to application to the professional athletic training program.
Submit 3 professional letters of recommendation (submit to ATCAS)
All recommendations must be received by November 1st/February 1st.
Please do not request recommendations from personal friends. (At least one letter from a Certified Athletic Trainer is strongly recommended.)
Application essay which should address your professional goals and desire for pursuing athletic training as a career. (submit to ATCAS)
Current resume (submit to ATCAS)
Program Interview- in person, videoconference, or by phone.
Submit secondary application to the University of Montana’s Graduate School upon acceptance to AT program (http://www.umt.edu/grad/apply/default.php) (separate application fee from ATCAS)