How to Apply

To apply, you must be a certified athletic trainer and have a master’s degree in a related discipline.

Application Components

Laptop Requirement

Laptops are integrated into the curriculum at the College of Public Health to improve opportunities for active learning and provide greater access to specialized software and required tools in and out of the classroom. Incoming students are required to have a laptop that meets certain minimum hardware specifications. Review full laptop requirements.

Additional Requirements for International Students

For applicants whose native language is not English, the TOEFL is required with a minimum score of 79 on the iBT. Official scores should be sent directly to Temple University.

A WES evaluation is required for applicants who completed their degree outside of the United States. This can be requested and sent to Temple University.

Application Deadline

Fall term: Aug. 1

State Authorization Information

Temple University is a participant in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) developed by the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). As such, Temple University is permitted to engage in all activities covered by SARA in states that are members of SARA. Temple University is committed to ensuring that it follows the laws and regulations of any state or territory in which it may operate, and will take whatever steps necessary to gain approval from regulators if it engages in activities not covered by SARA.

Upon successful completion of the Post Professional Athletic Training degree, students will be able to complete the following.

  • SLO 1: Search and appraise current athletic training literature to enhance patient outcomes.
  • SLO 2: Explain and justify evidence-based decision-making and its practical applications.
  • SLO 3: Devise a plan to highlight leadership and professionalism skills in clinical practice.
  • SLO 4: Collaborate effectively with an interdisciplinary healthcare team.
  • SLO 5: Distinguish the role of athletic training in a public health model.

View state authorization information.