Athletic Training Major at Marquette

Where Do Athletic Training Graduates Work?

Athletic training careers and jobs

So what can you do with a master of athletic training degree? You'll have great flexibility to begin working in your favorite area of this field right away, whether it's tending to high school or college student-athletes, setting up your own clinic for athletic training, working in a physician practice, or managing the medical care of amateur and professional athletes across the country.

Jobs for athletic training graduates

Demand for athletic trainers is strong, and jobs for athletic trainers are expected to grow 21% percent between 2012 and 2022, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. It can be easier to find jobs in health care and high schools than with professional or college sports teams, but Marquette will advise and help you work toward your dream job!

Marquette athletic training graduates have gone on to intern or work for the following organizations:

  • Green Bay Packers
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • Milwaukee Bucks
  • Milwaukee Wave (soccer)
  • New Orleans Saints
  • Disney's Wide World of Sports
  • Froedert Sports Medicine Clinic
  • Arizona State University football program
  • Louisiana State University football program
  • Mississippi State football program
  • Northeastern University
  • Stanford University
  • Williams College
  • US Military
  • Exos Elite Athlete Confitioning and Rehabilitation
  • Laurus Athletic Rehab and Performance
  • Milwaukee Ballet
  • NASCAR pit crew

Additional resources for careers in athletic training.

Athletic Training

You might like the athletic training program if you

✓ Are skilled in science

✓ Have an interest in sports

✓ Enjoy working with people

✓ Are interested in health care

What is athletic training?

Athletic training studentsYou know the hurdles that athletes have to overcome — the hard work and dedication required for being the best in a sport. Athletic trainers are the hands-on practitioners at the sidelines, keeping those athletes in the game. Their specialization in the health care of active people means that they are working constantly to prevent injury, treat emergencies, evaluate needs and rehabilitate athletes, as well as guiding them in proper nutrition, strength and conditioning.

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