Tuition and Other Estimated Costs

The length of the MS in Athletic Training program is two years over six semesters/terms. The total number of units needed is 60.

Fall 2024/Spring 2025/Summer 2025

Estimated tuition per semester/term*$7,864 - $13,762
Tuition per unit$983
Total number of units/program60 units
Length of MS in Athletic Training Program (6 semesters/terms)2 years

Please refer to Master of Science in Athletic Training website for more information.

Stockton Campus Fees

Fall | Spring | SummerCost Per Semester/Term
Wellness Center Fee for students enrolled in 9 units or more and for all students who reside in University Housing$240
Wellness Center Fee for students enrolled in 0.5 to 8.5 units$120
ASUOP Student Activity Fee for students enrolled in 9 units or more$150
ASUOP Student Activity Fee for students enrolled in 0.5 units to 8.5 units$75
Activity and Recreation Fee for students enrolled in 9 units or more$80
Activity and Recreation Fee for students enrolled in 0.5 units to 8.5 units$40
Athletic Training Program Fee$250
Student Health Insurance Fee for students enrolled in 9 units or more and for all students with an F-1 Visa (The Student Health Insurance Fee can be waived with proof of own applicable health insurance, except for F-1 Visa students.)TBD

1Additional fees and/or tuition increases associated with the programs are not included in this estimate.

Additional Information

Students may automatically be enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) depending on their program. Please check with program coordinator for further details. Information regarding the plan and enrollment details are available on the Health Insurance website.

All students with an F-1 Visa will be charged for the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP).

For more information regarding student health insurance programs and requirements, please refer to Health Insurance website.

Like most U.S. universities, Pacific’s Board of Regents sets tuition each year. The board tries to keep increases as low as possible. In recent years, increases have averaged about 3 percent per year—less than most of our peers. Note that tuition and increases can vary between programs to meet specific needs.

Note: The program and university reserve the right to modify or change admission standards, tuition, and or fees without prior notice and effective immediately.

Prospective students should be aware that, upon acceptance into the the MSAT program, additional expenses would be associated with the program. These expenses include:

  • Travel to clinical sites. Students are required to have their own reliable transportation to clinical sites, which may take up to approximately one hour of travel time.
  • Students may wish to purchase their own liability insurance for $50 or less at HSPO or Proliability. The University provides a blanket policy that covers all healthcare students during their clinical experiences.
  • Program fee of $500 per year for course supplies and equipment

Additional expenses may arise, if faculty and staff determine the need or accreditation standards dictate. 

  • NATA Membership - $117 each year
  • Registration for the CATA Symposium - $50 each year
  • Some funding for regional or national conferences
  • Liability insurance ~$35 each year
    • The university maintains a blanket policy
  • Professional attire from Program and Athletic Department - $100-$200
  • Medical equipment: BP cuff, stethoscope, thermometer, reflex hammer, goniometer, SAM splint, Scissors, and a set of elastic wraps - ~$400
  • Disposable supplies: tape, casting & padding materials, and wound care supplies - ~$200
  • Medical kit - ~$80
  • CPR/AED certification & CPR mask - ~$150
  • Visible Body – Anatomy Program - ~$50
  • ATrack – Clinical experience program – $90
  • Six BOC practice exams - $210
  • ATStudy Buddy – BOC exam prep program - $159.99
  • Fundraising to cover ½ of the $375 BOC exam cost - $187.50