Students are placed in clinical settings directly related to future career goals. The faculty work with the students to match with clinical preceptors who will help you reach your full potential.
Students have access to newly designed classroom and lab facilities for face-to-face instruction and distance education. Our labs have state-of-the-art equipment for patient assessment and rehabilitation.
Our vast alumni network and the community support we have for education provides variety in clinical placements and unique hands-on training opportunities with area health care providers.
Students can pursue guided research projects with faculty, such as virtual reality training for concussions, or explore their own research interests. The goal is to pursue topics that are current and will guide best practice for all patients.
Our faculty focus on a collaborative and cooperative approach to facilitate learning and develop student confidence in knowledge, skills and abilities.
*Courses must include a laboratory component and be a minimum of 4 credits.
**Applicants must complete a two-semester sequence of anatomy/physiology with lab. This can be a stand-alone anatomy course and a stand-alone physiology course or a two-semester combined anatomy/physiology course.
In order to maintain good standing within the MS-AT, you must:
If you fail to meet either criteria listed above, you will be on academic probation in the MS-AT for one semester. If you do not attain the retention criteria during the probation semester, you may not continue in the major. Students are only allowed one probationary semester during their time in the MS-AT.
Applicants will complete an application through theStep 1: Athletic Training Centralized Application System (ATCAS)andStep 2: Apply for admission to Graduate Study at UW-Stevens Point.
Application Open Date:June 27
Early Admissions:Dec. 1
Decision Window for Early Admissions:Oct. 1-Dec. 15
Final Admissions Deadline:May 17
1. Official transcripts verifying completion of pre-requisites coursework including:
2. Professional References:
3. Written Requirements:
4. CPR Certification:
5. Observation Hours:
5. Technical Standards Form:
Students must apply to the UWSP Graduate School (Graduate Study Application) as well as apply directly to the MS-AT program through ATCAS.Upon acceptance to the MS-AT program, you must provide the following prior to starting courses. Applicants will be contacted by the MS-AT program to assist in this process.