Curriculum | Athletic Training

Beginning with the 2019-2020 academic year the curriculum will consist of 6 consecutive semesters.  The first summer session begins mid-July 2019. 

Year 1

Summer
AT 504 Introduction to Orthopedic Evaluation  1 
AT 665 Introduction to Therapeutic Rehabilitation  2
AT 505 Human Anatomy Review  2
AT 506 Emergency Medical Response  1
AT 529 Athletic Training Concepts  1
Total Credits  7 
Fall
AT 540 Clinical Practicum I  4
AT 502 Orthopedic Evaluation (Lower Quadrant)  3
AT 530 Prevention of Sports Injuries  1
AT 670 Rehabilitation Applications I  2
AT 560 Research I: Evidence Based Principles  2
AT 510 Physical Agents and Mechanical Modalities  3
CHP 510 Interprofessional Competence  1
Total Credits  16 
Spring
AT 541 Clinical Practicum II  4
AT 503 Orthopedic Evaluation (Upper Quadrant)  3
AT 531 Prevention of Sports Injuries II  1
AT 671 Rehabilitation Applications II  2
AT 550 Research II: Research Concepts  2
AT 650 Professionalism in Athletic Training  1
Total Credits  13 

Year 2 

Summer
AT 542 Clinical Practicum III  2
AT 575 Pharmacology in Athletic Training  1
AT 570 Sports Nutrition  2
Total Credits  5 
Fall
AT 640 Clinical Practicum IV  7
AT 620 Administration in the Athletic Training Setting  3
AT 661 Research III: Methods and Data Collection  2
AT 600 General Medical Conditions  3
Total Credits  15 
Spring
AT681  Weeks 1-16  Research IV: Analysis and Discussion  2
AT 641 Session 1: Weeks 1-10  Clinical Practicum V (Immersive Experience)  10
AT 520 Session 2: Weeks 11-16  Sports Psychology  3
Total Credits  15 

Total Curriculum Credits: 71

Research Requirement

As a part of our graduation requirements, each student is required to be a part of the planning, development, implementation, and completion of an original research project.  This project can be the result of a group effort with the classmates in your cohort and will be guided by an existing program faculty member.  You will also be enrolled in a 2-credit research course during each semester of your matriculation
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