Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in the United States or its equivalent from a school in another country
Application and acceptance by ISU Graduate School
- Cumulative GPA (minimum of 3.0 for final 60 credits)
Successful completion of the following required prerequisite courses with a grade of “C” or better in each course:
- Anatomy and Physiology (1 year equivalent with lab component)
- Statistics (preferred)
- General Nutrition or Sports Nutrition
- Exercise Physiology
- Sport Psychology (or other upper division Psychology course)
- Describe your professional goals
- What helped you decide on Athletic Training as a profession
Two Evaluations (References)
Evidence of current CPR/AED for Health Care Provider certification
Applications received after the deadline (January 15) will be considered on a rolling admissions basis if available slots exist.
Students must have the following on file with the MSAT Program Director prior to starting clinical site assignment in August:
- Proof of immunizations
- Proof of Tuberculin PPD test (within 1 year)
- Bloodborne Pathogen training
- Background check
- Technical Standards
Idaho State University’s MSAT program and CAATE requires all students enrolled in the MSAT program to provide proof of immunizations. Students who do not have these on file will not be allowed to begin clinical experience in the summer semester. The cost of vaccinations is the student’s responsibility. Students are required to have the TB test performed on an annual basis.
The immunization records must be submitted to the Program Director. The Athletic Training Student will not be allowed to begin clinical experiences until all required immunizations are on file. The Technical Standards form containing the signature of the Athletic Training Student documenting acknowledgment of this requirement is maintained by the Program Director of the MSAT program. All records are kept confidential and will not be released without the student’s permission or court order.
A baccalaureate degree from a college or university regionally accredited in the United States or its equivalent from a school in another country.
3.5 to 4.000: No standardized test (GRE/MAT) required
3.0 to 3.499: 40th Percentile on at least one area of the GRE or 40th Percent tile on the MAT
2.5 to 2.999: Combined Verbal and Quantitative (V+Q) score of 300 on GRE or 45th Percentile on the MAT
Below 2.499: No admission