The application deadline for Early Decisions is Jan. 1, 2022. Following the deadline for early admission the selection committee will evaluate and rate each applicant. Once applicant files have been reviewed, selected applicants will receive an invitation into the program. Candidates not accepted into the MSAT will receive notification from Franklin College through the ATCAS.
For students who apply through ATCAS by Jan. 1, 2022, Franklin College will reimburse the $90 application fee! Qualified applicants must be accepted into Franklin College’s MSAT and start the program in July 2022 to receive the reimbursement. The reimbursed application fee will be credited on the student’s summer billing statement.
We will continue to accept and review applications on a rolling basis until all seats have been filled with qualified students. Selected applicants will receive an invitation into the program. Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit application materials as soon as possible.
Admission to the MSAT is highly competitive and applicants will be ranked on the following admission requirements.
Please Note – fulfillment of all application requirements does not guarantee acceptance.
If you are unsure whether a course counts as one of the required prerequisites, please contact us.
*Please note, in order for your application to be verified you MUST have a copy of your official transcript sent directly to ATCAS at the following address:
ATCAS Transcript Verification Department
P.O. Box 9132
Watertown, MA 02471
Transfer students with prior graduate-level athletic training education are evaluated on an individual basis. In direct consultation, the student and the MSAT Program Director develop a plan of study that builds on previous learning, addresses necessary content and skill requirements, and ensures the student’s complete incorporation into the program at the college. Transfer students are required to provide the MSAT program director with course descriptions and appropriately dated syllabi for all graduate-level athletic training specific courses prior to approval for transfer credit. Transfer students are held to all application requirements and must complete the application process through ATCAS. As per Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training (CAATE) requirements, students must be enrolled in a CAATE accredited professional-level master’s program for a minimum of two calendar years prior to graduation in order to meet graduation requirements. The MSAT Program reserves the right to request prospective transfer students participate in “placement testing” to determine their knowledge and skill in various athletic training domains of practice. Additionally, once admitted should deficiencies in skills or knowledge be determined by program faculty, transfer students may be required to audit courses where transfer credit was received, as part of a remediation plan.