In our Athletic Training program, you will learn every aspect of improving individual and team wellness. You'll study the effects of sport and sport-related injuries on the individual performer and will learn to enhance the wellness of active healthy people as well as injured ones.

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UNE played a huge role in getting me started professionally. The facilities and interprofessional collaboration here are amazing, and lend themselves to these incredible clinical opportunities that let you learn and grow as a professional.
Athletic Training 3+2 program

Accreditation

The University of New England Athletic Training program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE).

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News

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First students return to campus after the COVID-19 shutdown

Heath Pierce and Lyndie Kelley recently hosted the NSCA Maine and New Hampshire state clinic virtually

UNE hosts NSCA Maine and New Hampshire State Clinic virtually

Paul Berkner, medical director for UNE Student Health Services

UNE’s Paul Berkner co-authors pioneering research on concussions in adolescents

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