Merrimack College’s Master’s degree in athletic training (MSAT) emphasizes evidence-based practice and clinical excellence. Our athletic training graduate degree emphasizes hands-on practice over textbook instruction, with an emphasis on interprofessional education. You’ll gain clinical experience in varied professional settings, including pediatric and collegiate athletic programs, physician’s practices and hospitals, occupational health and rehabilitation facilities, industrial workplaces, community health centers, public safety programs, military sites and more.

Graduates of Merrimack’s athletic training master’s degree will prepare you for careers in performance enhancement and management, strength and conditioning coaching, biomechanics, and consultation. Employers seek our graduates for their well-rounded clinical experience, professional polish and outstanding communication skills. Use the Career Insight tool below to see real-time labor market data on jobs in this field.