As a student in the MAT program, you benefit from small, personal classes with a student-faculty ratio of 8:1. Student experiences include but are not limited to cupping, Graston techniques, mental health first aid training, grant writing, performance enhancement training, and therapeutic communication training.
Through broad-based professional preparation combined with close collaboration with professors and progressive clinical experiences, you’ll graduate from the program with the knowledge, skills and experience to take the national Board of Certification (BOC) exam to become a certified athletic trainer.
Apply today. Applications reviewed as they are received.
|Academic Year||Number of Students||Pass Rate on 1st Attempt||Overall Pass Rate (2 or more attempts)|
|2018-2019||8||8:8 or 100%||NA|
|2017-2018||7||7:7 or 100%||NA|
|2016-2017||8||8:8 or 100%||NA|
The national average for first-time test takers is 73.2%.
|Academic Year||Number of Students Graduating||Percentage of Graduates Employed as an Athletic Trainer||Percentage of Graduates Employed as Other|
|Academic Year||Number of Students Enrolled||Number of Students Graduating||Number of Students Returning||Percentage of Students Returning|
May 28, 2019
Alumni Spotlight— Laura Stark (’15), Exercise Science, Owner and Sports Performance Specialist, Stark Strong Performance— “After competing on Truman’s Track and Field team for four years and graduating in May of 2015 with a B.S. in exercise science, I moved down to South Florida to begin my career in Sports Performance. I have since had the […]
May 22, 2019
“After graduating from Truman, I began working at Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services as a health educator while pursuing my Master of Public Health (MPH) degree in health promotion and policy at the University of Missouri-Columbia. I worked as a health educator focusing on adolescent health, HIV, and health literacy for three years […]