Final class for the “undergraduate” athletic training major at Truman State University was accepted Fall 2016. Truman now offers a Master of Athletic Training Program.
Truman’s Athletic Training Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). Upon graduation, 100% of our students are employed or enter into graduate programs in athletic training. Our program prepares you to sit for the athletic training Board of Certification (BOC) exam, and upon passing the exam, you will be a certified athletic trainer.
To become a certified athletic trainer, you must pass the national BOC exam. Truman is very proud of our students’ performance on this exam. See the table below to learn more about our success.
|Academic Year||Number of Students||Pass Rate on First Attempt||Overall Pass Rate|
|2016-2017||8||8:8 or 100%||100%|
|2015-2016||7||6:7 or 86%||100%|
|2014-2015||8||7:8 or 88%||100%|
|2013-2014||3||3:3 or 100%||100%|
|2012-2013||5||5:5 or 100%||100%|
|2011-2012||4||4:4 or 100%||100%|
Three-year average: 91%
National average for first-time test takers: 82.5%
Our program prepares you to work in a variety of settings such as:
- professional sports teams
- large universities
- high schools
- performing arts
- physician offices
May 29, 2018
Jamie Fitzpatrick, ES (’18), has been awarded a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. Created in 1964, the scholarship promotes and encourages graduate education by rewarding the Association’s most accomplished student-athletes through their participation in NCAA championship and/or emerging sports. Athletics and academic achievements, campus involvement, community service, volunteer activities and demonstrated leadership are evaluated. An equitable approach […]
May 3, 2018
Benjamin Lasser, a junior Health Science and Biology double major currently studying abroad in Spain was among 22 students recently inducted into the Delta of Missouri Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at Truman State University. Ben is the son of David and Marianne Lasser of Normal, Illinois. The Truman State University chapter of Phi Beta […]