Athletic Training at Winona State

Athletic Training program graduates have an 95% BOC pass rate.

Winona State University has a long-standing tradition of graduates who become certified athletic trainers and make positive contributions to the allied health profession of athletic training.

Some WSU graduates have secured positions with professional, semi-professional and Olympic teams. Others have been hired as

  • university head athletic trainers
  • clinic directors
  • physician clinics
  • industrial/corporate athletic trainers
  • high school athletic trainers

The WSU Athletic Training program provides students with the knowledge and skills required to become highly competent, multi-skilled healthcare professionals.

Students complete a rigorous academic program both in the classroom and in the clinical setting, using the most advanced technology and evidence-based research.

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The Athletic Training program at Winona State University is an entry-level Athletic Training (MSAT) (PDF) program and prepares students to be outstanding healthcare professionals at the graduate level.

Freshmen students interested in this professional program can complete both a bachelor’s degree in Movement Science and a master’s degree in Athletic Training in only five years.

Students who have completed or are in the process of completing a bachelor's degree at another institution can apply for the two-year professional MSAT program to become an athletic trainer. Students entering this pathway will only complete the two-year professional phase which is at the graduate level.

Learn more about the five-year Athletic Training program (3+2 - BS and MSAT) and two-year MSAT program.

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