• Athletic Training 01
  • Athletic Training Program Requirements

    Athletic Training Requirements: 57 hours
    • AH 101. Practicum in Athletic Training I (1)
    • AH 102. Practicum in Athletic Training II (1)
    • AH 200. Introduction to Athletic Training (3)
    • AH 210. Protective Techniques for Injuries (2)
    • AH 220. Injury/Illness Assessment (2)
    • AH 230. Athletic Training Emergency Care (2)
    • AH 281. Athletic Training Clinical Education I (1)
    • AH 282. Athletic Training Clinical Education II (1)
    • AH 300. General Medical Aspects of Athletic Training (2)
    • AH 301. Research in Athletic Training (1)
    • AH 322. Evaluation of Injuries I (3)
    • AH 323. Evaluation of Injuries I Laboratory (1)
    • AH 324. Evaluation of Injuries II (3)
    • AH 325. Evaluation of Injuries II Laboratory (1)
    • AH 330. Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training (3)
    • AH 331. Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training Laboratory (1)
    • AH 340. Rehabilitation of Injuries (3)
    • AH 341. Rehabilitation of Injuries Laboratory (1)
    • AH 350. Organization and Administration of Athletic Training (2)
    • AH 381. Athletic Training Clinical Education III (1)
    • AH 382. Athletic Training Clinical Education IV (1)
    • AH 400. Clinical Decisions in Athletic Training (1)
    • AH 408. Seminar in Athletic Training (1)
    • AH 430. Psychological Aspects of Athletic Training (2)
    • AH 481. Athletic Training Clinical Education V (1)
    • AH 482. Athletic Training Clinical Education VI (1)
    • EX 443 or PE 443 . Kinesiology (3)
    • EX 444 or PE 444 . Exercise Physiology (3)
    • EX 445. Exercise Physiology Lab (1)
    • EX 446. Biomechanics of Human Movement (3)
    • EX 470. Development of Strength and Conditioning Programs (3)
    • NS 101. Pharmacology (2)
    Electives:

    Choose one of the five elective options below:

    A. Athletic Training electives from the following: 3 hours
    • AH 280. Athletic Training Clinical Education (1)
    • AH 397. Independent Study in Athletic Training (1-3)
    • AH 409. Pre-professional Clinical Experience (1-4)
    • AH 498. Selected Topics in Athletic Training (1-3)
    • BY 234. Medical Terminology (3)
    • EX 241. Strength, Speed, and Power Training (2)
    • EX 242. Flexibility (2)
    • EX 246. Endurance Training (2)
    • EX 421. Measurement and Evaluation in Human Performance (3)
    • EX 451. Exercise Testing and Prescription (3)
    • EX 472. Performance Enhancement Specialist (3)
    • EX 474. Corrective Exercise Specialist (3)
    • EX 475. Emergency Management of Athletic Injuries (1-3)
    • EX 476. Sports Medicine Seminar and Workshop (1-3)
    • PE 434. Sport and Exercise Law (3)
    • PY 428. Health Psychology (3)
    • SH 330. Interpersonal Communication (3)
    B. Internship Option: 6 - 12 semester hours
    • AH 489. Athletic Training Internship (6-12)
    C. Exercise Science Option: 12-14 hours
    • AH 409. Pre-professional Clinical Experience (1-4)
    • BY 330. Hematology (4)
    • BY 331. Immunology (4)
    • EX 345 or PE 345. Motor Learning and Motor Development (3) 
    • EX 421. Measurement and Evaluation in Human Performance (3)
    • EX 451. Exercise Testing and Prescription (3)
    • EX 476. Sports Medicine Seminar and Workshop (1-3)
    D. Pre-Professional Health Science Option: 18-38 hours

    Four to twelve hours from the following:

    In addition to courses taken under III. Natural Sciences and Mathematics C. Pre-Professional Health Science Option.
    • BY 222. General Zoology (4)
    • BY 330. Hematology (4)
    • BY 331. Immunology (4)
    • BY 340. Microbiology (4)
    • BY 380. Genetics (4)
    • BY 472. Cell Biology (4)
    • BY 474. Human Physiology (4)
    Eight to sixteen hours from the following:
    • CH 111. General Chemistry I (4)
    • CH 112. General Chemistry II (4)
    • CH 241. Organic Chemistry I (4)
    • PH 201. College Physics I (4)
    • PH 202. College Physics II (4)
    One of the following:
    • MH 246. Introduction to Biostatistics (4)
    • PY 370. Statistics for the Social Sciences (3)
    • SY 370. Statistics for the Social Sciences (3)
    Three to six hours from the following:
    • PY 310. Developmental Psychology (3)
    • PY 320. Abnormal Psychology (3)
    • PY 330. Social Psychology (3)
    • PY 428. Health Psychology (3)
    E. Emergency Medical Technician Option: 13-14 hours
    • EMS 200. Basic Emergency Care (6)
    • EMS 205. Basic Emergency Clinical Internship (1)
    • EMS 206. Basic Skills Laboratory (1)
    Five to six hours from the following:
    • PL 204. Medical Ethics (3)
    • PY 428. Health Psychology (3)
    • SH 330. Interpersonal Communication (3)