About This Program

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Through our highly competitive athletic training major, you’ll gain the knowledge to become an evidence-based practicing clinician who understands the scientific process of discovery, critical thinking, and analysis. 

With three full years of hands-on learning opportunities, our clinical education curriculum is designed to first introduce you to skills during highly structured lab settings, where you are able to learn and practice on classmates under the close supervision of the instructor. You’ll then have the opportunity to develop your skills with actual patients. 

And, you’ll learn it all in the classroom and through our athletic training facility, which will introduce you to the same types of tools and equipment you’ll be using throughout your career.

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Five Great Reasons to Study Athletic Training

Why should you study athletic training at Springfield College? We're happy to share.

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Classroom to Practice

At Springfield College, it's our goal to get you experience on your resume before graduation. Our Athletic Training Facility allows for you to do just that.

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Alumni in the Field

Our alumni do some pretty impressive things, like Ryan DiPanfilo '06 who is the athletic trainer for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Interested in learning how Ryan got his start?

Studying Athletic Training At Springfield College
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Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education

Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education

In April 2017, the Springfield College athletic training program earned 10-year continuing accreditation status by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). CAATE describes accreditation as a "major way that students, families, government officials, and the press know that an institution and/or program provides a quality education." Granting of accreditation status occurs through a rigorous review process to examine the quality the athletic training program.

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American Kinesiology Association Membership

The School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation is a member of the American Kinesiology Association.

An advocate for kinesiology at the national and international levels, the American Kinesiology Association supports educational opportunities in the fields of exercise science and sport studies, health education and physical education, and sport management and recreation management.