The MSAT program is a comprehensive curriculum designed to integrate formal and rigorous classroom instruction with clinical educational experiences in a variety of allied healthcare settings.
Our students obtain plenty of real-world experience during our 9-part clinical rotation sequence. Students who want to gain even more experience can use the summer between year 1 and year 2 to perform an internship anywhere in the country. So far, here is where our students have interned:
Franklin College Athletic Training (FCAT) Club is our recognized student organization that supports students in developing events and activities outside of the classroom. It assists with funding expenses for MSAT students to attend state and regional professional athletic training conferences so students have minimal out-of-pocket expenses. It also offers great experiences for networking and building relationships with future employers!
Franklin College MSAT students complete independent research in a topic of their interest. Independent research gives students an opportunity to explore, specialize and share findings of their clinically relevant research. While all students present their research on campus, past student research projects have resulted in peer-reviewed journal publications and presentations at professional conferences such as the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium and the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting.
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The MSAT program is located in the Graduate Health Science Center (below).
The acute care class was fun and it was easy to learn the material. It had a very hands on approach.” - MSAT Graduate '21
I liked how the lower evaluation course was structured and I learned a lot. Even though this course was hard, it delivered a lot of important knowledge." - MSAT Graduate '21
I enjoyed learning and practicing so many treatment options. I got to learn a lot more about rehab and additional techniques to use once a diagnosis has been reached.” - MSAT Grad '20