College of Health Sciences

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Dr. Phillip Gribble

Director Graduate Studies

Associate Professor

College of Health Sciences

Athletic Training

College of Health Sciences

Program website

859-218-0497

Athletic trainers (ATs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. Athletic trainers work under the direction of a physician as prescribed by state licensure statutes.

Master's Program Description

The master’s degree in athletic training is designed to accommodate both NATA certified athletic trainers
and NATA “certification eligible” athletic trainers. Course work and clinical experiences are designed to
develop skills necessary to conduct research and increase proficiency in injury prevention, treatment,
and rehabilitation. Graduates are prepared to become critical consumers of research and accepted clinical
practices, advanced health care providers, and leaders in the clinical educational, and research endeavors
of the profession. 

Master's Application Requirements

  • CV
  • Personal Statement - In the personal statment please describe why you would like to pursue a master’s degree at UK and what you would like to get out of your experience. In addition, describe any attributes or experiences that would make you a valuable member of our team. Also, please describe any research interests and any clinical areas that you would like to pursue/develop during your time here.
  • GRE

 

 

Application Deadlines

Fall: February 1

Applications are not accepted in Spring or Summer sessions. 


Admissions Officer

Vivian Bowling

vivian.bowling@uky.edu
859-257-4619


Contact

Dr. Phillip Gribble

Director Graduate Studies

Associate Professor

College of Health Sciences

Athletic Training

College of Health Sciences

859-218-0497

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