Financing your degree

Financing your degree

Master of Athletic Training

Estimated costs

The Master of Athletic Training program is a 98-credit program that can be completed within 8 quarters on a full-time credit load (except for summers). Estimated costs for the whole program:



Resident Tuition ($34,860)
+ Fees ($5,279)



Non-resident Tuition ($66,666)
+ Fees ($5,279)

Western Regional Graduate Program


WRGP Tuition ($52,290)
+ Fees ($5,279)

Tuition and fees estimates were calculated using the 23-24 academic year tuition and fees tables in combination with the tuition calculator. Please note, tuition and fees can change for the 24-25 academic year.

MPH Competencies

Western Regional Graduate Program

The Master of Athletic Training degree program participates in the Western Regional Graduate Program. You may be eligible to save around $8,000 a year in tuition.

How to apply for WRGP

Course fees

In addition to tuition and fees, there are course fees associated with some of the MATRN courses. The fees cover the cost of some of the clothing for your clinical education experiences, supplies for the teaching lab (e.g., tape, electrodes), and supplies you keep (e.g., scissors, blood pressure cuff, stethoscope, pulse oximeter).

There may be additional costs including, but not limited to:

  • CPR Certification (approximately $40.00)
  • Transportation costs associated with off-campus clinical sites. Each student will have clinical education assignments that are at off-campus sites.
  • Board of Certification Exam Fee (approximately $300.00)
  • NATA Membership Fee (approximately $75.00)

Funding and scholarships

Currently no funding or scholarships are available through Master of Athletic Training program.

Students are encouraged to investigate the following websites for funding opportunities including, financial aid, fellowships, and scholarships:

Tuition refund

If you decide to discontinue the Athletic Training Program, you should speak with the program director to discuss your options (e.g., leave of absence versus withdrawal).

Students who withdraw from the university may be eligible for a tuition or partial tuition refund. See the withdraw from the term for details.

The OSU Financial Aid Office provides additional information about the steps necessary for withdrawal from the university.