LVC football player gets his ankle taped by student athletic trainer

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.*

Why LVC?

  • 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.

Clinical Assistant Professor of Athletic Training

Erin Ulrich, M.S., ATC, LAT