Applications for MSAT program are available on ATCAS now.
Application deadline for MSAT is April 1 for admission into the summer session. Please note that our graduate level program begins with the summer session (classes begin in late May).
Please read all requirements for admission before beginning your application. If you have any questions, please contact AT Admission Coordinator Rose Schmieg email@example.com or Karen Gross firstname.lastname@example.org.
Items that are required with application:
- Guidelines for Technical Standards
- 3 recommendations
(should be from a certified athletic trainer, coaches, employers, professors or other health care providers.)
- Essay on why you want to become an Athletic Trainer
- A list of all sports that you have participated in as an athlete, coach, referee, manager or athletic training student.
- All official transcripts
- Official GRE Scores must be sent to Shenandoah University Code 5613 in addition to self reporting scores on ATCAS
Cost of Program
- 2018-2019 tuition rate – $875 per credit
- AT 511 Lab fee – $200
- AT 699 Lab fee – $200
- Textbooks Year 1 – $1200
- Textbooks Year 2 – $540
- Athletic Training Clinic Attire – $80
- Criminal Background check – $50
- CPR Fee $40
- Graston Technique Manual $39.99
- Student Services fee – $160 (fall and spring semesters only)
- Technology fee – $170 per semester
- iMLearning fee – $295 per semester
- Campus Parking fee – $130 per year
- All SU students must be covered by health insurance. If you do not have health insurance, it can be purchased through SU. Please visit our Wilkins Wellness Center Home Page at the following link: http://www.su.edu/campus-life/health-services/health-insurance-requirements/ Click on the link “Enroll in Student Health Insurance Plan.”
- Students are expected to provide their own means of transportation to and from all clinical sites and associated program class requirements. This may include gas mileage and vehicle maintenance costs. Students are responsible for all food, housing, and travel costs associated with the clinical site. Shenandoah University Division of Athletic Training is not responsible for, and will not be able to determine, rental and other associated living costs involved with clinical education at distance sites. Such costs incurred by the students will be determined by current market conditions in the town/city and/or country of which the clinical site is located. Students are encouraged to research market conditions of distant clinical sites to determine what additional cost may be involved during those clinical experiences. This will allow students to make informed decisions on costs associated with clinical field experiences.
All fees other than tuition are approximate and subject to change