Athletic Training Classes

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AT101 Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training I. 1 hour. Under the direct supervision of a program-certified athletic trainer the student is responsible for providing total athletic training care for their assigned team. Clinical will be graded on performance evaluations, proficiency competency, and a semester paper. Prerequisite: formal admission to Athletic Training program. Fall.

AT102 Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training II. 1 hour. Under the direct supervision of a program-certified athletic trainer the student is responsible for providing total athletic training care for their assigned team. Clinical will be graded on performance evaluations, proficiency competency, and a semester paper. Prerequisite: AT101.

AT103 Introduction to Athletic Training. 3 hours. Introduction to the profession of athletic training; training and conditioning techniques; and nutritional and environmental considerations. Course enrollment is open only to pre-Athletic Training majors.

AT123 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries. 3 hours. Study of the proper methods for prevention, recognition, immediate care, and pathology for common sports related injuries and illnesses. Course enrollment is open only to pre-Athletic Training majors.

AT201 Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training III. 1 hour. Under the direct supervision of a program-certified athletic trainer the student is responsible for providing total athletic training care for their assigned team. Clinical will be graded on performance evaluations, proficiency competency, and a semester paper. Prerequisites: AT102 and formal admission to Athletic Training program. Fall.

AT202 Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training IV. 1 hour. Under the direct supervision of a program-certified athletic trainer the student is responsible for providing total athletic training care for their assigned team. Clinical will be graded on performance evaluations, proficiency competency, and a semester paper. Prerequisite: AT201. Spring.

AT212 First Aid/Community CPR. 2 hours. This course provides certification for first aid and CPR. Fall.

AT213 First Aid/Community CPR Lab. 1 hour. Clinical class designed to provide practice of skills and proficiencies learned in PE212. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in PE212. Fall.

AT301 Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training V. 1 hour. Under the direct supervision of a program-certified athletic trainer, the student is assigned a sports medicine clinic and emergency room rotation. Clinical will be graded on performance evaluations, proficiency competency, and a semester paper. Prerequisite: AT202. Fall.

AT302 Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training VI. 1 hour. Under the direct supervision of a program-certified athletic trainer, the student is assigned a sports medicine clinic and emergency room rotation. Clinical will be graded on performance evaluations, proficiency competency, and a semester paper. Prerequisite: AT301.

AT306 Therapeutic Modality Techniques. 3 hours. Study of the skills in the use of therapeutic modalities including cold, heat, water, sound, electricity and massage in addition to the procedures, both written and verbal, for their use in treating injuries. Prerequisites: AT123 and concurrent enrollment in AT307. Fall.

AT307 Therapeutic Modality Techniques Lab. 1 hour. Clinical class designed to provide practice of skill and proficiencies in Therapeutic Modalities. Prerequisites: AT123 and concurrent enrollment in AT306. Fall.

AT308 Rehabilitation Techniques I. 2 hours. Study of the basic components of a comprehensive rehabilitation program including the therapeutic goals and objectives, selection of modality and exercise, methods of evaluating and recording rehabilitation progress and return to competition. Prerequisite: AT123 and concurrent enrollment in AT309. Fall.

AT309 Rehabilitation Techniques Lab I. 1 hour. Clinical class designed to provide practice of skills and proficiencies of rehabilitation techniques. Prerequisite: AT123 and concurrent enrollment in AT308. Fall.

AT310 Rehabilitation Techniques II. 2 hours. Course designed to study more detailed components of a rehabilitation program, concentrating on specific protocols for upper and lower extremity rehabilitation. Prerequisites: AT308/309 and concurrent enrollment in AT311.

AT311 Rehabilitation Techniques Lab II. 1 hour. Clinical class designed to provide practice of skill and proficiencies from Rehabilitation Techniques II lecture. Prerequisite: AT308/309 and concurrent enrollment in AT310.

AT312 Athletic Training Surgical Clinical. 1 hour. Orthopedic surgery clinical with emphasis on observing a surgery, reviewing medical literature abstracts, and writing/presenting a rehabilitation case study at the end of the semester. Prerequisites: AT306 and AT308.

AT320 Organization and Administration of Athletic Training.  3 hours. Skills necessary related to maintaining the athlete's athletic training records, inspecting athletic training facilities to ensure compliance with mandated safety standards, purchasing of and caring for equipment and supplies, establishing procedures and policies for the daily operation of the athletic training room and establishing an emergency support and triage plan. Fall.

AT326 Advanced Athletic Training–Lower Extremity Assessment. 3 hours. Emphasis is on orthopedic evaluation techniques for the lower extremities as well as injury and illness assessment. Prerequisite: AT123 and concurrent enrollment in AT327.

AT327 Advanced Athletic Training LE Lab. 1 hour. Clinical class designed to provide practice of skills and proficiencies in lower extremity orthopedic evaluation. Prerequisite: AT123 and concurrent enrollment in AT326.

AT328 Advanced Athletic Training – Upper Extremity Assessment. 3 hours. Emphasis is on orthopedic evaluation techniques for the upper extremities as well as injury and illness assessment. Prerequisite: AT123 and concurrent enrollment in AT329. Fall.

AT329 Advanced Athletic Training UE Lab. 1 hour. Clinical class designed to provide practice of skills and proficiencies in upper extremity orthopedic evaluation. Prerequisite: AT123 and concurrent enrollment in AT328. Fall.

AT340 Pharmacology for Athletic Trainers. 3 hours. Introduction to basic medical concepts and related scientific information to provide a foundation in the prevention, recognition, assessment, management, and rehabilitation of sport related injuries and illness. Fall.

 
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