Read More About Jason Williams and Drew Willson
In our profession, athletic training relationships – who you know, and who you network with – is very important. That is one thing U-M does a great job of. Even as students, they provided us a great network for learning and getting to meet new people in the state and across the country.
Read More About Alexander Phillips
Kinesiology’s Athletic Training degree is unique as to how it prepares us for our route after graduation because it is such a hands-on program. It is so skill-based that if you want to do something in the fields of sports medicine, athletic training, or medicine in general, it’s a really amazing preparation because it all starts as soon as you step on campus.
Read More About Emily Magnone
I decided on Athletic Training because the description sounded the closest to what I was interested in. I certainly didn’t realize how much I would grow to love it and how much I would learn. Couple that with my clinical rotation experiences, and I’ve learned more than I thought I would.
Read More About Megan Willison
The athletic trainers that work with those sports are really great about teaching us different things, like the logistics of what Athletic Training is like outside of a textbook, and giving us the opportunity to apply different things we’re learning in class.
Our graduates go on to work as athletic trainers in secondary schools, colleges, universities, clinics, sports programs, industrial settings, and other health care environments.