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FIU Athletic Training at the Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences is proud to be the first in the Southeast U.S. to offer a Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) degree.

Professional practicing athletic trainers enrolled in the FIU Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) degree seek to advance their career opportunities by integrating the latest evidence for clinical practice leadership, embracing a diverse and global society, utilizing contemporary approaches for technology, incorporating best practices for life-long learning and educational endeavors, and ignite their entrepreneurial passion.

Completed in 6 Semesters

FIU’s 48-credit, DAT program offers post-professional education designed to focus on athletic training globalization, educational leadership, entrepreneurial leadership, scholarly appreciation, and the overall development of advanced practice leaders.

The FIU DAT is designed for athletic trainers certified in good standing as verified by the BOC and those who practice internationally and demonstrate appropriate equivalency. Please refer to the admission link to learn more about enrollment requirements and the curriculum link to review the program content.