The Master of Science in Athletic Training at Washington State University is a two-year program that provides students with advanced education and training in the field of Athletic Training. The program features a comprehensive curriculum that covers topics such as injury prevention, diagnosis and treatment, rehabilitation, nutrition, and psychological aspects of sports performance. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through laboratory work, simulated clinical experiences, and field placements. They will also be prepared to take the Board of Certification (BOC) Examination and become licensed athletic trainers. Graduates from this program will be well-equipped for careers in sports medicine settings such as college/university athletics, professional sports teams, physical therapy clinics, corporate fitness centers, high schools, or military/government organizations. With a strong focus on evidence-based practice and providing compassionate care to patients and athletes alike, this program provides students with excellent career prospects and the potential to make meaningful contributions towards increasing the safety of physically active populations worldwide.