Athletic Training Undergraduate Program

CAATE

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s undergraduate Athletic Training Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). However, starting in August of 2022, students will no longer be accepted into the NWU undergraduate athletic training program.

Starting in fall 2022, first year undergraduate students interested in earning an athletic training degree can seek admission into the Master of Athletic Training through NWU’s 3+2 program. Students on this track will declare an undergraduate major in exercise science and apply for admission into the graduate athletic training program during their junior year. They will begin taking graduate-level courses as seniors, and can earn both a bachelor’s degree and a Master of Athletic Training in five years.

Goals of the program:

Upon completion of the Nebraska Wesleyan Athletic Training Program, students will:

  1. Develop mastery of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of an entry-level athletic trainer.
  2. Be prepared for employment in a variety of athletic training and health care settings.
  3. Identify injuries and other medical conditions commonly seen in physically active individuals, including members of different cultures and socioeconomic statuses.
  4. Recognize the importance of being involved in and networking through professional organizations.
  5. Value ethical principles and behavior required of a health care professional.

Athletic Training Policy and Procedures Manual

Please see our Athletic Training Policy and Procedures Manual below for more information.

NWU BOC outcome data

See NWU athletic training students yearly board of certification (BOC) outcome data at CAATE Program Information and Outcomes.

 

  • Master of Athletic Training Degree

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  • Said Mendez

     3 athletic training majors win national, regional awards

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  • Kelsey Jaeschke

    Jaeschke sweeps state, regional and national honors

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  • Emma Peterson

    Two students selected for Fulbright Summer Institute

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  • Jacob LaMarche's football injury led him down the road to a major in athletic training. His research on his own injury was presented at the National Athletic Trainer's Association Symposium and the Canadian Athletic Therapist Association Symposium.

    AT student’s own injury lands him research on national stage

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  • National Athletic Training Association Scholarship winners

    Two awarded National Athletic Training Scholarship

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  • Senior Kelsey Bahe is the first Nebraskan to sweep three athletic training scholarships at the state, regional and national level.

    Senior sweeps state, regional, national athletic training awards

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