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Athletic Training & Nutrition

We offer undergraduate students exceptional experiences to set them on a path toward rewarding careers in athletic training and nutrition.

Upon graduation, you'll be prepared for graduate programs in healthcare including Dietetics (RD), physical therapy (DPT), occupational therapy (OT), medicine (MD or DO), physician's assistant (PA), or our Master of Science in Athletic Training (AT) program.

Degrees & Programs

Athletic Training

Bachelor of Science - Notice!
The undergraduate athletic training program is being phased out, and is no longer accepting new students.

Master of Science

Prepare for your career in allied health care by learning skills in prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. Our MS in Athletic Training is a route to eligibility for certification to become a Certified Athletic Trainer.

Master of Science in Athletic Training Info

Athletic Therapy

Bachelor of Science

Take your first step toward graduate studies in physical therapy, athletic training or a range of other fields by earning your bachelor’s in athletic therapy. You’ll graduate knowing the basics of sports medicine, injury evaluation and management, therapeutic modalities and first aid and emergency response.

Athletic Therapy Info

Nutrition Education

Nutrition Education at WSU focuses on nutrition for disease prevention, optimal health promotion and human performance.

Bachelor of Science

This degree prepares you for graduate studies or careers in research laboratories, athletic and health clubs and more.


This will equip you with skills and knowledge required for competent performance in key areas of nutrition.

Nutrition Education Info


Department of Athletic Training & Nutrition
Reed K. Swenson Building, Room 302

1435 Village Dr. Dept. 2805
Ogden UT 84408-2805

Phone: 801-626-6741
Fax: 801-626-6228

Student Code

The intent of this policy is to ensure the maintenance of academic, professional, and ethical standards as well as the physical and emotional health and safety of ATN students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

Department of Athletic Training and Nutrition Student Code (PDF)