EDUCATION

Professional Athletic Training Programs

Professional Athletic Training Programs (ATP) lead to eligibility to sit for the Board of Certification (BOC) examination and to enter the profession of athletic training. In order to be eligible to sit for the BOC exam, students must graduate from a Professional Athletic Training Program. Professional Programs are currently available at both the baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate degree levels.

Below is a list of the Professional Athletic Training Programs in the state of Pennsylvania.  For a full list of the ATPs across the United States, please visit The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education at www.caate.net.

Duquesne University Program Information

Alvernia University  Program Information

California University of Pennsylvania  Program Information

Chatham University    link not available

Clarion University of Pennsylvania   link not available

East Stroudsburg University Program Information

Eastern University  Program Information

Gannon University Program Information

Immaculata University Program Information

Indiana University of Pennsylvania  Program Information

Jefferson University  Program Information

King’s College  Program Information

Lebanon Valley College  Program Information

Lock Haven University  Program Information

Marywood University  Program Information

Mercyhurst University Program Information

Messiah College  Program Information

Moravian College Program Information

Neumann University   link not available

Slippery Rock University Program Information

Temple University Program Information

The Pennsylvania State University Program Information

University of Pittsburgh Program Information

Waynesburg University   Program Information

West Chester University Program Information

 

 

POST-PROFESSIONAL ATHLETIC TRAINING PROGRAMS

Post-Professional Degree Programs lead to a degree (masters or doctorate) for learners that are already credentialed as athletic trainers and expand the depth and breadth of the applied, experiential, and propositional knowledge and skills of athletic trainers through didactic, clinical, and research experiences. These programs DO NOT qualify the learner to sit for the BOC exam.

Below is a list of the Post-Professional Athletic Training Programs in the state of Pennsylvania.  For a full list of the Post-Professional Athletic Training Programs across the United States, please visit The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education at www.caate.net.

 

Temple University  Program Information

 

 

 

POST PROFESSIONAL RESIDENCY PROGRAMS

Post-Professional Residency Programs are formal educational programs that offer structured curricula, including didactic and clinical components, to educate Athletic Trainers. They are designed to build upon and expand the Athletic Trainer’s knowledge and experience acquired during professional (entry-level) education. 

Below is a list of the Post-Professional Residency Program(s) in the state of Pennsylvania.  For a full list of the Post-Professional Residency Programs across the United States, please visit The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education at www.caate.net.

 

St. Luke’s University Health Network  Program Information

Education Resources

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VISION STATEMENT

The Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Society is a progressive  organization of health care professionals who work under the direction of a licensed physician. Licensed Athletic Trainers working in the Commonwealth protect and enhance the health and welfare of our clients through prevention, recognition, management, and rehabilitation of injuries. Further, the society's vision is to continue to promote our profession and to serve the needs of the membership.