Master of Athletic Training Post-Baccalaureate
The Master of Athletic Training is an immersive, prestigious classroom-to-clinic program that prepares you to work with physically active patients in settings including professional sports teams, schools, and businesses.
Next start date: July 3, 2023
In this two-year program, you’ll work with real patients in real clinical settings, building on what you learned in your bachelor’s degree. Eligible students can play sports during their first professional year of the program.
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Our CAATE-accreditation means our curriculum meets the highest standards for athletic training, equipping you to succeed in your career. The second year of the professional phase of LVC’s M.A.T. offers two immersive clinical experiences (8 weeks in the fall and 16 weeks in the spring). Immersive sites include XFL; Camp Lejune Military Base; Professional Rugby; D1, D2, and D3 colleges and universities; high schools; and industrial settings.
Graduate Assistant Lab Instructor
LVC offers an in-person Graduate Assistant Lab Instructor (GA Lab Instructor) position for newly accepted post-baccalaureate students. The GA Lab Instructor provides instruction and lab room responsibilities for an undergraduate exercise science course on LVC’s campus.
Applicants must hold an undergraduate degree in exercise science or related field and be fully accepted in the eligible graduate program.
32 Weeks of Dissection
Spend your first graduate year in LVC’s Human Anatomy Lab as part of the orthopedic assessment course sequence. Learn to think about injury evaluation from an anatomical perspective.
Spring Break in Ireland
In your first or second year of graduate studies, you can study abroad for spring break in Ireland and gain international perspectives.
Athletic trainers provide essential healthcare to athletes and physically active individuals, helping to keep them healthy and moving for years to come. Hospitals, colleges and universities, fitness centers, and professional sports teams all rely on your skills to help prevent, diagnose, and treat muscle and bone injuries in patients.