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M.S. in Athletic Training Program Expenses

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Apply to the Master of Science in Athletic Training program at NSU. View our program admissions requirements for more details.

While a majority of the costs for equipment, lab supplies, and learning materials are covered through student tuition and fees, there are additional costs that are the financial obligation of the students enrolled in NSU's Athletic Training Program (ATP). A summary of those costs appears below; however, this list is neither exhaustive nor exclusive to all student financial obligations.

MSAT Program Costs

Tuition and Fees* for Academic Year 2019-2020:

Item Amount Frequency
Tuition $27,880 Annual
NSU Student Service Fee $1,500 Annual ($500 per semester)
HPD General Access Fee $145 Annual
Clothing/Uniforms $100 Annual
Textbooks $900 Annual ($300 per semester)
NATA Membership $80 Annual (two years required)
Transportation Based on clinical experience placement Annual

*Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice per the Board of Trustees. Approximate tuition and fees total $30,605 per year. The Master of Science in Athletic Training is a two-year program.


Other Anticipated Costs

 

Item Year 1 Amount Year 2 Amount Frequency
Student Insurance $2199 $2199 Annual (Available as through NSU)
EMT National Registrty Exam $80 X One-Time
Background Check  $75 X One-Time
Drug Test $45 X One-Time
Physical Exam $30 X One-Time (based on insurance co-pay)
Immunizations $50 X One-Time (based on insurance co-pay)

 

Scholarships

The NSU MSAT encourages students to apply to a variety of scholarships through the NATA, SEATA, and ATAF.  Several of our NSU AT Students have successfully earned these scholarships:

NATA Research & Education Foundation
2018 - Angel Stone
2019 - Ramon Ramirez

ATAF Legacy Scholarship

2017 - Zoe Greim

2018 - Kristen Sanchez-Breton

2019 - Ramon Ramirez

Links to these scholarships may be found here at www.natafoundation.org and www.ataf.org.


Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid


The Office of Student Financial Assistance is dedicated to helping you navigate the steps in the student financial aid process. To apply for financial aid from federal and state sources, including student employment, follow the steps below. Please remember: Many scholarships require you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as well.

 

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