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Online Education
Pursuing a master's degree can help athletic administrators further their knowledge and employment opportunities. Doing so online makes the process manageable.

In terms of education, I consider myself a traditionalist. I like having face to face conversation on topics, the relationships built from being in a classroom, and the sparks that ignite from back and forth group discussion. But I discovered the benefits that can be gained from online education.

Just four years ago, I had no intention of ever pursuing an online doctorate degree. I was fortunate to earn my bachelor's and master's degrees in my mid-20s and had established a solid career in high school and college athletics. But as I approached 40, my goals evolved.

Instead of working directly with athletes, I wanted to educate and empower the next generation of athletic trainers by bridging the long-standing gap between the classroom and the clinic.

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