Academic Program

Mission Statement

The Athletic Training Program (ATP) offers a nationally competitive clinical and didactic education aimed at the development of scholars and leaders who will advance the profession of athletic training. The ATP develops a contemporary clinician with the ability to practice with other medical professionals in a variety of healthcare settings.

Program Description

The Athletic Training Program (ATP) at Baylor University is designed for students interested in pursuing a career as a Certified Athletic Trainer. Coursework in the new program will lead to a Master's of Athletic Training (MAT) degree. The ATP will enroll its first cohort of graduate students in the summer of 2018. Applications for the program are due February 1, 2018. Baylor University's ATP is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The ATP is currently transitioning its accreditation to the graduate degree level as required by the CAATE. Students who graduate from the MAT program are eligible to sit for the BOC Examination. Currently, the program's Three-year aggregate first time pass rate for the BOC Exam is 100%. Below are some documents that describe the academic curricular options and cost associated with Baylor's ATP: