University of Idaho
College of Graduate Studies
Athletic Training Doctorate
Doctor of Athletic Training
The University of Idaho’s College of Education is proud to deliver the first Advanced Clinical Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT).
This innovative Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) program boasts a hybrid of online and on-campus instruction over a 24-month period. The University of Idaho DAT program includes four weeks of on-campus instruction each summer followed by off-campus clinical residencies in the fall and spring. During the clinical residencies, online course work is delivered with the goal of advancing each student's clinical practice skills.
The DAT program is located in scenic Moscow, Idaho - a friendly health conscious community. This program offers an inclusive tuition package ($16,000 for the two year program) and students may be employed as well as eligible for loans and grants while enrolled in the program.
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