Diverse Career Opportunities Supported by a Strong Alumni Base
Our program has a rich history at Ball State which has created a committed alumni base. Many of our graduates are eager to provide clinical and professional positions to our students.
Job demand for athletic trainers is expected to grow 23% between 2016 and 2026, much faster than the national average, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
With a master’s degree, you’ll be well-prepare to work for a university, sports organization, or healthcare organization. But your degree will have a much broader application, with career opportunities in emerging areas needing preventative healthcare and treatment such as manufacturing, fire and rescue, military, and the performing arts.
A few of the places a master's degree will prepare you to work include:
- colleges and universities
- secondary schools
- clinics or hospital
- professional sports
- emerging settings such as performing arts, public safety, military, or industrial companies