Athletic Training Comprehensive, Bachelor of Science

Offered by Department of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences

General Studies
Foundational Core (Written, Math, Oral, Democracy)
Foundational Core courses12
Including:
Academic Writing and Research
Elementary Statistics
Fundamentals of Speech Communication
Portal
Select one course numbered 1883
Distribution
Aesthetics3
Humanities6
Social Sciences6
Including:
General Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Natural Sciences7
Including:
Select two of the following from two separate disciplines:
Biology I
Biology II
Human Microbiology
Human Physiology
Introductory Chemistry
Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry
General Chemistry
and General Chemistry Laboratory
General Chemistry
and General Chemistry Laboratory
The Dynamic Planet: Hazards in the Environment
Physical Science
and Physical Science Laboratory
General Physics I
and Physics I Laboratory
General Physics II
and Physics Laboratory II
Meteorology
Astronomy
Analytical and Quantitative Thought0
Wellness6
Including:
Healthy Wealthy and Wise
Introduction to Nutrition
Capstone
Select one course numbered 3883
BS Science-related course requirements
Complete all required courses0
Major Option
Complete all required courses74
Unrestricted electives
Needed to complete 120 credit hours0
Total Credit Hours120

This Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) is accredited by CAATE (Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education).

Please see the Department for Entrance Requirements. Other information available at the program's Web page.

All students pursuing Athletic Training as a degree option must contact the program coordinator to acquire a copy of the Student Academic Program Manual. The manual includes Technical Standards for admission, student health issues, and program completion requirements specific to the Athletic Training Program.

 Major Option

PE 174AAthletic Training Clinical Level One A 12
PE 174BAthletic Training Clinical Level One B 12
PE 174CAthletic Training Clinical Level Two A 14
PE 174DAthletic Training Clinical Level Two B 13
PE 174EAthletic Training Clinical Level Three A 11
PE 264
264L
Foundation of Athletic Training
and Foundation of Athletic Training Lab
4
PE 265Emergency Medical Response2
PE 310Introduction to Human Physiology of Exercise3
PE 350
350L
Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training
and Modalities in Athletic Training Laboratory
3
PE 360Introduction to Anatomical Biomechanics4
PE 375
375L
Rehabilitation Techniques in Athletic Training
and Rehabilitation Techniques in Athletic Training Laboratory
4
PE 405Athletic Injury Assessment I: LE3
PE 406Athletic Injury Assessment II: UE3
PE 422Administration of Strength Programs2
PE 425Legal Aspects of Sport and Recreation3
PE 419Pathology of Sport Injury1
PE 430Organization and Administration in Recreation, Sport and Events3
PE 460Gross Anatomy of Movement3
PE 461Physiology of Exercise4
PE 467Fitness Testing3
PE 469Sports Nutrition3
PE 470General Medical Conditions and Pharmacological Application in Sport and Exercise2
PE 475Research Methods in Exercise Science3
PE 499Senior Seminar in Athletic Training1
REC 477Internship 26
CSP 404Counseling & Mental Disorders2
Total Credit Hours74
1

Upon acceptance into the program, these courses will be taken based upon clinical assignment per students' clinical level.

2

Two separate 3-credit hour assignments (H.S. & Clinic)