Athletic Training

The Daemen College Entry Level Masters (ELM) in Athletic Training is:

  • 1 out of 29 ELM programs in the nation
  • 1 out of 6 ELM programs in the Northeast
  • 1 out of 2 ELM programs in New York
  • The only ELM program in Western New York

Board of Certification (BOC) Pass Rates for Daemen College Athletic Training

 

Year

# of Graduates

# of Graduates taking the BOC exam

# of Graduates passing the BOC exam on 1st attempt

1st- time BOC exam pass rate

# of Graduates passing the BOC exam (regardless of the # of attempts)

Overall BOC exam pass rate

National Data (1st-time pass rate)

2011-12 7 7 6 85.7% 7 100% 82.3%
2012-13 8 8 8 100% 8 100% 80.8%

2013-14

5

5

5

100%

5

100%

82.9%

3-yr aggregate

20

20

19

95%

20

100%

 

Students wishing to pursue a Master of Science in Athletic Training have two program options:

3 + 2 BS/MS; Health Care Studies/Athletic Training Program

The 3 + 2 BS/MS AT Program is a seamless 5 year construct in which students earn a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Studies and a Master of Science in Athletic Training. The first three years of this program students complete courses to fulfill the Health Care Studies/Health and Fitness Training major and prerequisites for the Athletic Training Program. Once accepted into the Athletic Training Program, students complete 2 years of study in the Athletic Training Program.

Direct Entry MS; Athletic Training Program

The Direct Entry MSAT Program is designed for students with an earned baccalaureate degree. The program involves 2 years of study in the Athletic Training Program.

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Daemen College Athletic Training (AT) Alumni Profiles

"Being selected by the NYSATA to attend an ATS leadership conference afforded me the opportunity to network with AT’s from Washington State University where I eventually took a post-graduate internship position with football. During my year-long internship at WSU I gained experience in Division 1 athletics where I want to focus my career. After completing my internship at WSU, I was hired as a full-time staff member at the University at Buffalo in charge of Men’s soccer and Track and Field. DCAT provided me with a strong educational base, real-life experiences, and the critical thinking ability to thrive in the AT profession.  DCAT also encourages professional development by getting involved in AT associations and networking with AT’s locally and nationally. In my opinion, this creates well rounded graduates with a strong work ethic and drive to better the AT profession."

 Lauren Duft, Athletic Training '13

 

 

“Daemen has given me the tools to succeed professionally not only in my career setting, but also as an advocate of the profession of athletic training by being able to produce quality research and being able to present at conferences on the state, regional and national levels.  Upon graduating in May of 2013, I was accepted into an Athletic Training Residency Program in Boise, Idaho, which game me specialized training on how to function in a physician extender role in the hospital, clinic, and operating room.  Since completing my residency in August 2014, I have now taken a position working as a physician extender to a knee and shoulder sports medicine surgeon in Virginia assisting him both in the clinic as well as in the operating room.  I have also been given the opportunity to work with the US Men’s Soccer program providing athletic training coverage for camps and tournaments across the country and world."

Sean Burfeind, Athletic Training '13



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