Athletic Training Major
B.S. in Athletic Training - Curriculum Map 2017-2018 Catalog
- Students may declare as an Athletic Training Freshmen Fall Semester, but they must apply for entrance into the professional phase of the Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) during the Freshmen Spring Semester.
- By the Freshmen Spring Semester, students must have completed, or be enrolled in, and achieved a minimum of a C grade, in the following courses: BI 215, BI 216, SM 136 SM 138, SM 139, SM 220.
- Students not meeting the minimum criteria (classes and grades) will need to correct any deficiencies before being considered for entrance into the professional phase of the Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP). Athletic Training students (ATS) must adhere to the policies and procedures of the Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) and of clinical sites.
|EN 101 Composition and Literature I||3||EN 102 Composition and Literature II||3|
|BI 215 Human Anatomy & Physiology I*, C||4||BI 216 Human Anatomy & Physiology II*, C||4|
|MA 232 Elementary Statistics (General Education Math)||3||SM 139 Health Science Research Methods * C||2|
|SM 136 Emergency Care, Injury/Illness*, C||3||SM 220 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries*, C||4|
|SM 138 Introduction to Sports Medicine*, C||3||General Education History||3|
|Semester Total Credits||16||Semester Total Credits||16|
|MA 235 Clinical Mathematical Methods (General Education Math)||3||CH 101 Introduction to General Chemistry (General Education Lab Science)||4|
|PY 211 Introduction to Psychology||3||SM 201 Clinical Education in Athletic Training II*||2|
|SM 200 Clinical Education in Athletic Training I *||1||SM 230 Fundamentals of Evidence-Based Practice*||2|
|SM 214 Clinical Anatomy *||3||SM 232 Lower Extremity Injuries *||3|
|General Education Arts & Humanities||3||PE 163 Scientific Foundations of Health and Wellness||3|
|General Education Literature||3|
|Semester Total Credits||16||Semester Total Credits||14|
|CH 102 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry (General Education Lab Science)||4||PE 371 Physiology of Exercise *||4|
|SM 233 Upper Extremity Injuries *||3||SM 231 Management of Spine and Pelvic Conditions*||3|
|SM 300 Clinical Education in Athletic Training III*||4||SM 301 Clinical Education in Athletic Training IV*||4|
|SM 420 Therapeutic Modalities *||4||SM 422 Therapeutic Exercise *||4|
|Semester Total Credits||15||Semester Total Credits||15|
|SM 210 Assessment of Injury and Illness*||4||BI 253 Foods and Nutrition *||4|
|SM 400 Clinical Education in Athletic Training V*||4||SM 401 Clinical Education in Athletic Training VI*||4|
|SM 439 Leadership & Management in Sports Medicine (General Education Ethics)*||3||SM 451 Capstone Experience II *||1|
|SM 450 Capstone Experience I *||1||SM 460 Emerging Practice Skills *||3|
|Free Elective||3 - 4||Free Elective||3-4|
|Semester Total Credits||15-16||Semester Total Credits||15-16|
|Total Credits For This Major: 122-124|
By the Freshmen Spring Semester, students must have completed, or be enrolled.
Course must be passed with a grade of C or higher before progressing in the program.