Graduate Athletic Training Program
Congratulations to GATP Alumni!!!
As you all know research is an integral part of the GATP, and we are so happy to recognize the hard work and dedication of two particular research groups from the class of 2017 who have been nominated for Master’s Research Award Finalists.
“Association of Perception-Action Coupling with Concussion History and Self-Rated Function” was nominated for “The NATA Research & Education Foundation Oral Presentation, Master’s Oral Award Finalist” and will be presented by Elaine Odum, MS, ATC. The research was conducted with colleagues Brian Fabries, MS, ATC; Molly A. Vickers, MS, ATC; Gary B. Wilkerson, EdD, ATC; Shellie N. Acocello PhD, ATC.
was nominated for “The NATA Research & Education Foundation Poster Presentation, Master’s Poster Award Finalist” and will be presented by Monica Burruss Carney, MS, ATC. The research was conducted with colleagues Katherine E. Jones, MS, ATC; Gary B. Wilkerson, EdD, ATC; Shellie N. Acocello, PhD, ATC
Check out these presentations at the NATA 2018 in New Orleans, LA June 26-19th and check out the poster presentation by clicking the links!
The UTC Graduate Athletic Training Program is a Professional Education (Entry-level) Program. You will earn a Master of Science degree in Athletic Training.
The Graduate Athletic Training Program at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga (UTC-GATP) is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The CAATE is recognized as an accrediting agency by the Council of Higher Education (CHEA). After the last comprehensive review for continued program accreditation, the UTC-GATP was granted the maximum 10-year accreditation. The next comprehensive review is scheduled for 2019.
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