Upcoming Changes to Programs
Based on new requirements by the Strategic Alliance, The BAT/Athletic Training Program will transition to a professional master's degree program beginning summer 2020. The athletic training program is no longer accepting students into the undergraduate degree program. We will be teaching out the undergraduate curriculum and will begin the master’s degree program in the summer of 2020.
Our program is accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) in Austin, Texas. Learn more.
We encourage future undergraduate students who wish to become athletic trainers to explore our exercise science major, a great way to prepare for the graduate program in Athletic Training.
View Program Handbook (PDF)
The mission of the Ball State University Athletic Training Program is to provide quality education which will create life-long learners who are committed to delivering high-quality patient-centered care within an interprofessional health care team. We aspire to develop students who are dedicated to maintaining involvement within the profession through clinical practice and service.
- Outcome 1 – Students utilize quality improvement , health care informatics and evidence-based decision-making to provide patient-centered care.
- Outcome 2 – Students demonstrate competence in athletic training knowledge and clinical skills to provide the best possible patient care.
- Outcome 3 – Students promote themselves and the field of athletic training through professional and community involvement.
- Outcome 4 – Students display the interpersonal skills needed to communicate and collaborate within an interprofessional health care team.
- Outcome 5 – Students model professional and ethical behaviors when representing themselves as a health care professional.
- Graduation Rates (PDF)
- Placement Rates (PDF)
- Retention Rates (PDF)
- BOC Pass Rate (PDF)