2017-2018 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Aug 17, 2018  
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog [Archived]

Athletic Training M.S.


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(54 credits)

The entry-level masters of science degree Athletic Training is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. Successful completion of the entry-level masters of science degree qualifies students to sit for the Board of Certification Examination. Emphasis of this curriculum is to provide students with classroom knowledge and clinical experiences that are appropriate for entry-level preparation as a certified athletic trainer. Course work in the program emphasizes strong theoretical foundations within the domains of athletic training, as well as critical thinking and problem solving skills associated with obtaining clinical proficiency. Students benefit from hands-on clinical education experiences with healthcare professionals.

Program eligibility includes successful completion of the Prerequisite Courses, a baccalaureate degree, and a preferred grade point average (GPA) OF 3.0 or better.

Research (5 credits):


Prequisite Courses (30 credits):


  • ATTR 110 – Introduction to Health Professions 3 credits
  • ATTR 202 – CPR for the Professional Rescuer 1 credits

OR

  • CPR and AED Certification for the Professional Rescuer
  • ATTR 210 – Human Anatomy for Allied Health Professions 2 credits
  • ATTR 210L – Human Anatomy for Allied Health Professions Laboratory 1 credits

OR

  • BIO 231 – Human Anatomy 2 credits
  • BIO 231L – Human Anatomy Laboratory 1 credits
  • ATTR 225 – Medical Terminology for Allied Health Professions 3 credits
  • ATTR 280 – Clinical Kinesiology 3 credits
  • AHS 201 – Fundamentals of Nutrition 3 credits
  • CHEM 103 – Elementary Chemistry 3 credits (or higher)
  • CHEM 103L – Elementary Chemistry Laboratory 1 credits (or higher)
  • PE 220 – Human Physiology for Allied Health Professions 2 credits
  • PE 220L – Human Physiology for Allied Health Professions Laboratory 1 credits

OR

  • BIO 241 – Human Physiology 2 credits
  • BIO 241L – Human Physiology Laboratory 1 credits
  • PE 381 –Physiology of Exercise 4 credits
  • PSY 101 – General Psychology: Understanding Human Behavior 3 credits

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