Academics / Academic Programs

Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training

Program Director:

Sara Brown, MS, ATC617-353-7507

Note: We are no longer accepting applications for freshman entry into this program. Students who transfer into the program must complete all graduation requirements by May 2019.

We are excited to announce the transition of our athletic training program from the bachelor’s degree to the master’s degree level, a change that will soon be required for all athletic training programs.

A career in athletic training lets you combine your interests—including a passion for helping people—with a variety of roles and work settings. It also offers a great employment outlook. We invite you to read more about the program, career options, and the experiences of our students. If you have questions, please email us at

Pathway to the Master of Science in Athletic Training

Our Bachelor of Science in Health Science provides an excellent foundation for study in our Master of Science in Athletic Training program.  Offering students an interdisciplinary approach to health care and global health, the BS in Health Science prepares students to work in health care and pursue graduate programs in clinical or nonclinical professions. Students typically fulfill prerequisite courses for the MS in Athletic Training as part of the health science curriculum.

Learn more about our Bachelor of Science in Health Science program.