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Clinical Education

Football vs. Toledo, Homecoming, MAT students rush the field to help player

The clinical education portion of the Master of Athletic Training at Boise State will provide students with the opportunity to integrate knowledge into clinical practice as defined by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE).  Six clinical practice courses spanning 2 years will allow the athletic training student to gain a wide range of clinical education experiences that mirror future employment opportunities.  The athletic training student will be actively engaged and supervised by a licensed athletic trainer or other healthcare provider at various clinical sites across the Treasure Valley.  These clinical sites include NCAA Division I athletic teams at Boise State, other colleges, local high schools, youth sports associations, sports medicine clinics, primary/urgent care facilities, rehabilitation services, and professional sports teams.  Students will be exposed to the continuum of care working with a variety of patient populations from youth sports to general population patients.  While working closely with their preceptors, students will gain valuable clinical skills and professional behaviors that will prepare them to function as highly qualified healthcare provider for “athletes of all kinds”.

Clinical Sites