Why earn your M.S. in Athletic Training at CBU?
Complete diverse clinical experiences
All students are required to complete a minimum of 900 clinical education hours over
a two-year period under the direct supervision of a certified athletic trainer. Students
complete a minimum of 8 clinical experiences, and each experience provides exposure
to different professional athletic training settings. Clinical experience is offered
at high schools, community colleges, universities, clinics, professional teams, urgent
care facilities, and physician’s offices.
Focus on whole person care
Athletic training students at CBU are trained to be allied health professionals who
give comprehensive care to the person in need, not just the injury or illness. As
a Christian university, we look at the example Jesus gave in modeling whole person
Prepare for a professional career
The CBU ATP is designed to prepare students not only for the BOC certification exam
but also for careers as highly skilled athletic trainers who possess the necessary
knowledge and skills to meet the demands of this competitive profession. Once certified,
students are qualified to work in secondary schools, colleges and universities, professional
sports, sports medicine clinics, and industrial/military settings.
The California Baptist University Athletic Training program empowers students to live
their purpose as allied health professionals in a nurturing faith-based environment.
Graduates will provide whole person care by developing their clinical expertise and
skill, using evidence based curriculum with high academic standards and high quality