Post-Professional Masters of Science in Athletic Training
Indiana Wesleyan's Masters of Science in Athletic Training degree is a 33-hour, Post-Professional athletic training degree which provides graduate students with the knowledge, values, skills and clinical education to enhance their practice as certified athletic trainers.
The program is designed for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in Athletic Training accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) standards. This program is designed to be completed in 11 months. It is primarily delivered online, but with a single two week on-campus intensive instruction session in gross anatomy and emergency medical procedures.
The mission of the Post-Professional Masters of Science in Athletic Training is to provide high quality evidence-based educational opportunities for students to achieve intellectual, professional, and personal growth in the field of athletic training to service the healthcare needs of Indiana and beyond.
In achieving the mission of Indiana Wesleyan University and the mission of the Post-Professional Masters of Science in Athletic Training we will provide.
- A Christ-centered learning culture that promotes and assists in developing professional behaviors that incorporate the values and attitudes of excellence, caring, honesty, and respect that are consistent with the Code of Ethics by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and Standards of Professional Practice from the Board of Certification, Inc.
- A student-centered curriculum that critically studies the scope and practice of athletic training and builds upon the students' Post Professional athletic training foundational knowledge, increases their understanding of issues related to athletic health care through an evidence based curriculum, and prepares them to better engage and serve a diverse patient population.
- Didactic, laboratory, and online experiences that provide exposure to a broad range of traditional and emerging healthcare and human service delivery models.