Athletic Training, D.A.T.
Redefining Excellence in Patient Care
As the nation’s first Advanced Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT), this program is designed to improve your clinical practice through advanced manual therapy techniques and analysis of patient outcomes in an applied research focus. Gain valuable clinical experiences with opportunities to conduct original research. Coursework involves rotations of physical attendance and hybrid instruction. Students spend four weeks on campus each summer and will complete a clinical residency and a Culminating Clinical Practice.
- First in the nation to offer an advanced academic doctoral degree in Athletic Training
- Perfect for practicing professionals employed full time in any setting: clinical, academic or traditional
- Residency sites are often designed within student's current practice setting
- Integrated curriculum of classroom and clinical coursework emphasizing advanced clinical practice
- The Athletic Training program accepts applications up to April 15 each year