About The Program
Become a dynamic healthcare provider ready to help physically active patients in a variety of settings. You’ll get to work with patients from their initial injury or illness until they return to work or sport.
What’s different about AT at LVC? You’ll complete a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and a master’s degree in athletic training in just five years; or, join the program as a graduate student. What you’ll gain: a thorough knowledge of the prevention, evaluation, management, and rehabilitation of injuries. And you’ll learn through a rigorous curriculum delivered in advanced facilities, including the new $20 million Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion.
We are currently seeking accreditation for our new Athletic Training program and will begin the accreditation process on July 1, 2019.*
- 3+2 Masters in Athletic Training Program
- National recognized faculty with practical experience in all level of athletics and non-traditional settings
- Clinical and Educational agreement with Penn State School of Medicine
- Inter-professional experiences with healthcare providers and healthcare students
- Unique clinical experiences in diverse settings including two fulltime real world-immersive experiences
Our program encourages students to be involved in campus life, including in athletics. Many other programs don't permit AT majors to be NCAA athletes.