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Athletic Training Education Program


We are glad that you are visiting our site and encourage you explore our program. Below is a brief overview of our program. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us.

News from FSU Athletic Training

The UNDERGRADUATE athletic training program at Frostburg State University is no longer enrolling students. However, interested students may enroll in a new combined 5-year Exercise and Sport Science Bachelor’s and Athletic Training Master’s program. Students with an earned Bachelor’s degree in a related field and meet the admissions requirements, may enroll in a 2-year Master’s degree in Athletic Training program. For more information or clarification, please contact Dr. Durst at jrdurst@frostburg.edu.

Updates to Athletic Training Regulations Require a Master’s Degree

Changes to the accreditation process for athletic trainers has changed. The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education--the only accrediting institution in the nation--now requires that all athletic trainers obtain a Master's degree in order to take the National Board of Certification Exam to become a certified AThletic Trainer. For more information on the change in regulations, visit the CAATE website.

Students who are already in the athletic training program will be allowed to continue their current course of study.

Students who are interested in this course of study have the option to enter a combined 5-year Exercise and Sport Science Bachelor’s and Athletic Training Master’s program.

Athletic Training at FSU

FSU's Athletic Training Education Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation Athletic Training Education (CAATE)

Contact Information

Dr. Jackie Durst
Department of Kinesiology and Recreation
259 Cordts PE Center