master althelic trainer

Master Athletic Trainer and Therapy

  • International training to prepare students to certified as Athletic Trainer in North America and Europe.
  • Learn the latest techniques used in United States in physical therapy for sports.
  • International work experience: In the first year you will carry out work experience at professional, university and school teams. In the second year, you will go on a three month stage at an American university, where you will attend class and carry out clinical immersion.
  • The master’s course allows you to take the Certified Athletic Trainer exam, enabling you to work in the US.
  • Learn with the best professionals: Fernando Reyes Gil, with 17 years experience at Real Madrid CF and Sergio Toba Domínguez, physiotherapist for different NBA players.



  • Learn all the techniques used in the USA to prevent and treat sports injuries and athletes, including the latest techniques and studies.
  • The Athletic Trainer and Therapy Master’s Degree qualifies you to take the Certified Athletic Trainer exam, allowing you to work in the US.
  • Learn all the techniques used in the USA to prevent and treat sports injuries and athletes, including the latest techniques and studies.
  • It affords students a true American university experience, and you will learn in the system which publishes the most scientific papers in health sciences.

  • Fernando Reyes Gil worked for 17 years at Real Madrid C.F. and has lectured at different national and international master’s programmes.
  • Roberto Murias Lozano is the physiotherapist for the Spanish national Rugby team. Instructor Medical World Rugby.
  • Daniel Reguera Correales has worked at a physiotherapist for La Fiorentina (Serie A) and Watford (Premier League).
  • Sergio Toba Domínguez, physiotherapist for different NBA players.

  • First year students will go on work experience in the United States over the summer, with different professional, university and high-school teams.
  • In the second year, students go on a three month stage at one of our partner American universities, where they will attend class and carry out a clinical immersion.
  • The aim of this work experience is to practice as an Athletic Trainer and implement what has been learnt in the theoretical-practical part of the clinical immersion.
  • Students will learn different techniques in the field (ACUTE, CARE), developing different action plans depending on the athlete’s pathology.
  • The Athletic Trainer and Therapist is responsible for preventing and treating serious injuries, physiotherapy and rehabilitation in the US, students will learn all the techniques prescribed for these treatments.
  • Work experience centres:
    • Agreements with leading American universities.
    • Atlético de Madrid
    • Celta de Vigo
    • Getafe
    • Spanish Sports Council
    • Clínica Fisioactiva
    • Clínica Fisioglobal

  • To learn about the figure of Athletic Trainer and Therapist in the United States.

 YEAR 1: CREDITS
Foundational Sports Science 8
Sciences Linked to Sports 6
Advanced Sports Physiotherapy 10
Advanced Sports Rehabilitation 16
External on-the-job training I 6
Clinical Research and Documentation Methods 8
Master’s Dissertation 6
 YEAR 2: CREDITS
Public Health in Sports 3
Sports pathophysiology processes 6
Sports pharmacology 3
Attention in the field 3
Health system administration 1
Professional career development in sports 1
External on-the-job training II

Master’s dissertation in foreign language

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Information service

María Moya
Email: mmoya@ucjc.edu
Tel. 91 815 31 31 Ext. 16264