Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
4 Year Degree
The Director of Athletic Training is a professional position involving the administration of the intercollegiate athletic training program. Position will involve working with individuals with diverse backgrounds.
The mission of Georgia College Department of Athletics is to promote and monitor the educational achievement and personal growth of student-athletes; to conduct an athletics program that protects and enhances the physical and education welfare of student-athletes; to provide fair and equitable opportunity for all student-athletes and staff participating in intercollegiate sport activities, regardless of gender or ethnicity; to promote the principles of good sportsmanship and honesty in compliance with University, State, National Collegiate Athletic Association and Peach Belt Conference regulations; to conduct a competitive athletics program that promotes faculty, staff, student and community affiliation with the University and to serve the community through outreach activities which positively reflect the University and promote good will in the community. Georgia College Athletics promotes the 3 R’s: Reason, Respect, and Responsibility. Athletics serves the University’s mission of enhancing the quality of the student experience. Our programs entertain and enrich the University community and the people of Central Georgia and beyond, therefore contributing to the outreach mission of the university.
NATA Certified Athletic Trainer
About Georgia College
Georgia College and State University compete in NCAA DII athletics. GCSU is the only Public Liberal Arts College in the State of Georgia located in Milledgeville.