Master of Science in Athletic Training
Thank you for your interest in UT Arlington's Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) program! The faculty of the UTA Athletic Training Program (ATP) feel that we have an exceptional program preparing future Athletic Trainers due to our:
- Innovative curriculum framed around evidence based medicine
- Exceptional first time pass rates on the Texas LAT exam and the national BOC exam
- A multitude of clinical sites (high schools, D-1 Athletics, sports medicine clinics, physician practices, professional sports, adapted sports, and performance facilities)
- Use of Standardized Patients to improve AT Student evaluation and clinical reasoning skills
- A variety of sports medicine research opportunities
- Emergency Medicine electives
- Additional course on functional assessment and corrective exercises
- Excellent job placement of program graduates
We hope that you'll look around our website and that you'll find it informative. The ATP Program Director, Dr. Paul Krawietz, welcomes the opportunity to visit with potential MSAT students. Feel free to contact him to set up a meeting and tour, Skype session, or phone appointment. Dr. Krawietz's contact information is below:
Paul Krawietz, EdD, ATC, LAT
Director, Master of Science in Athletic Training
The University of Texas at Arlington
Office: 112E Physical Education Building
Looking for Application Materials? Click or tap here to visit the application page.
Options for High Schoolers / Undergraduates
Are you a high school student or undergraduate interested in Athletic Training? The Department of Kinesiology has excellent undergraduate degrees that will prepare you for a Master's in Athletic Training (click or tap here to explore our options). If we know you plan on applying for the MSAT program after your Bachelor's we can help you get the experiences you need as an undergraduate to be qualified to apply for our Master of Science in Athletic Training program.
By 2022, only Master's degrees will be offered by CAATE-accredited programs of Athletic Training. Most AT's on the job market will hold a Master's degree. We believe your best chance at a career in Athletic Training comes with graduate-level preparation.