The delivery and management of high-quality health care requires
the knowledge and talents of many different health care
professionals, each of whom plays an integral part in the overall
health care team. Practitioners with formal education and clinical
training have crucial roles in prevention, diagnosis and therapy.
They work in many different environments such as hospitals,
specialized-care facilities, schools, the performing arts,
government and more.
Employment in health care occupations is strong and will continue to grow in the coming years driven by the increasing demands of an aging population and longer life expectancies. Working in health care is interesting and rewarding. We invite you to explore our website to learn about our academic programs and activities.
The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) has granted 10 years of continuing accreditation to the Atheltic Training Program at UCF. "The CAATE appreciates the work and dedication required to obtain accreditation for your Athletic Training Program and the significant achievement it represents," CAATE president Mark Merrick wrote to Athletic Training Program Director Kristen Schellhase.