Athletic Trainers are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians and provide such services as injury prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation. Students who seek to become athletic trainers must earn a degree through an accredited athletic training curriculum and pass the Board of Certification Exam.
Rowan Athletic Training majors learn to prevent, evaluate, diagnose, rehabilitate injuries and care for medical conditions. Students gain clinical experience under the supervision of Preceptors (clinical instructors) at Rowan University, area high schools, local colleges, professional sports and in physicians’ offices and hospitals. They also develop clinical expertise alongside some of the best athletic trainers in the region.
Rowan athletic training graduates consistently rank above the national average for first-time pass rates on the Board of Certification Exam. If you'd like to be part of a healthcare profession that assists the physically active recover from injuries, this is the major for you.