Athletic Training and Rehabilitation Sciences
Athletic training and rehabilitation sciences prepares students for a career as an allied-health professional as well as entry into a professional degree program. Graduates will have met the admission requirements for many health professional programs, specifically the master’s degree in athletic training at K-State. Courses focus on the concepts that are foundational to develop the skills needed to manage health care needs of physically active individuals at all levels and ages.
Students may enter our program on the pre-professional track, a 5-year program where students remain at K-State to also earn their Master of Science in Athletic Training or they may enter as a student only intending to gain their bachelor’s degree from K-State.
- Dedicated student organization
- Education abroad opportunities
- Opportunities to connect and network with professionals through conferences and annual meetings
- Intercollegiate Athletics
- Professional Sports Teams
- Secondary Schools
- Performing Arts
- Sports Medicine Clinics
- Public Safety
- Recreational Centers
- Military Installations
*some careers require additional education
Learn more about the Athletic Training and Rehabilitation Sciences program.