Athletic training is a growing allied health profession dealing with the prevention, evaluation, management and rehabilitation of injuries to the physically active. To become an athletic trainer, one needs to:
- be admitted into an accredited athletic training program
- graduate with a bachelor’s degree
- pass the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification examination and
- comply with state athletic training laws
How does a two-year, liberal arts college fit into the plans to become a certified athletic trainer, if it requires a bachelor’s degree?
- Andrew College can provide hands-on practical experience for you, while preparing you to enter into a four-year school’s athletic training program.
- Andrew College also provides classroom knowledge to get a firm foundation to enter an accredited athletic training program.
- You would have the opportunity to get experience working with college-level men’s and women’s soccer, baseball, softball, men’s golf, women's basketball, and women's volleyball.
Athletic Training Forms
For more information about the athletic training program at Andrew College, please contact:
Phillip Latimer, D.C., B.Sc.
Director of Athletic Safety and Therapy