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Athletic Training

Master of Science in Athletic Training (Graduate)

Erskine’s Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) equips you through hands-on experience and a holistic approach to evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment. You will learn the fundamentals of athletic training research and the principles of administration in the field. Your coursework will help prepare you for the BOC exam, and with a variety clinical sites, you will gain practical experience. Learn more about the MSAT program.

Athletic Training (Undergraduate)

Are you passionate about sports? Do you love helping people? A major in a CAATE * accredited Athletic Training program by may be for you. Athletic Trainers work with athletes to keep them healthy, diagnose injuries, and aid in rehabilitation.

The athletic training major at Erskine College emphasizes the hands-on practice of clinical skills. Once students have learned skills in classes and labs and have demonstrated that they can perform the skills, they work with athletes in real life patient care settings.

Our students get a great deal of practical experience on the field and in the clinic to be excellent entry-level athletic trainers once they pass the BOC Exam.

A degree in Athletic Training leads directly into an excellent career, but can also prove to be a springboard into other tracks like Pre-Medical and Physical Therapy.

Overall first-time BOC pass rate – 37% (12 of 25 for three-year aggregate 2017-2019)
Overall BOC pass rate – 48% (14 of 25 for three-year aggregate 2017-2019)
AT placement within 6 months of graduation – 46% (10 of 25 for three-year aggregate 2017-2019)
Overall graduation rate – 100% (25 of 25 for three-year aggregate 2017-2019)
Overall Athletic Training Program retention rate – 68% (25 of 32 for three-year aggregate 2017 – 2019)


For More Information Contact:
Ryan Kroskie, ATEP Director


Erskine College is currently Accepting Applications for our MSAT program for a start date of Fall 2020. The following statement applies ONLY to Undergraduate Athletic Training Curriculum and accreditation status. 
*Erskine College is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The program has been placed on Probation as of February 19, 2016 by the CAATE, 6850 Austin Center Blvd., Suite 100, Austin, TX 78731-3101.  The Program’s request for voluntary withdrawal of accreditation on June 1, 2020 has been accepted by the CAATE.  A teach out plan for current students is in place, and the Program is no longer accepting new applicants to the Athletic Training Program. Students graduating after June 1, 2020 will not be eligible to sit for the BOC Exam.


Ryan Kroskie

Athletic Training Program Director

Athletic Training Program Director B.S., M.S., Indiana University


Rebecca Magee

Instructor/Athletic Trainer, Deputy Athletic Director, Senior Women's Administrator

Deputy Athletic Director Senior Women's Administrator Instructor for Athletic Training B.S., Erskine College; M.S., University of North Carolina at Greensboro


Kaylee Newman

Athletic Training Clinical Coordinator

Athletic Training Clinical Education Coordinator B.S. Cedarville University; M.S. Delta State University


Heath Major

Instructor of Athletic Training/ Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer B.S., Erskine College, M.S. East Stroudsburg University


Michelle Reeves

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer B.S., Charleston Southern University

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