Jan 22, 2022  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog June 1, 2021- May 31, 2022 
    
2021-2022 Academic Catalog June 1, 2021- May 31, 2022

Course Descriptions


 

Athletic Training

  
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    AT 220 Athletic Training Special Topics

    (1-3)
    A specialized study of various topics and problems in the field of athletic training.  Each offering of the course will be planned around a separate and different topic, chosen and designed by the individual instructor.


(1-3)
  
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    AT 230 Athletic Training Seminar

    (1-3)
    On various topics in athletic training.


(1-3)
  
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    AT 240 Independent Study

    (1-3)
    Consists of advanced study, reading, and/or research in athletic training.


(1-3)
  
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    AT 250 Athletic Training Internships

    (1-6)
    Provides students with opportunities to develop skills, knowledge, theories, and techniques with procedures from the class-work applied to field situations.  Must be approved by faculty supervisor.


(1-6)
  
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    AT 320 Athletic Training Special Topics

    (1-3)
    A specialized study of various topics and problems in the field of athletic training.  Each offering of the course will be planned around a separate and different topic, chosen and designed by the individual instructor.


(1-3)
  
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    AT 330 Athletic Training Seminar

    (1-3)
    On various topics in athletic training.


(1-3)
  
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    AT 332 Therapeutic Exercises II

    (4)
    Prerequisites: EXSS 405  
    Co-requisites: AT 332L  

    This course expands on the informational theory presented in AT 329 and explores the application of therapeutic exercises, manual therapies, and exercise and rehabilitation equipment used in the sports medicine setting for rehabilitation and reconditioning of orthopedic injuries.  Emphasis is placed on injury and body part specific development of rehabilitative exercises and protocols.


    Three (3) hours lecture.
(4)
  
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    AT 332L Therapeutic Exercises II Lab

    (0)
    Prerequisites: AT 329  and AT 329L  
    Co-requisites: AT 332  

    This course is designed to give the student an opportunity to practice the therapeutic exercises, manual therapies, and exercise and rehabilitation equipment used in the sports medicine setting for rehabilitation and reconditioning of orthopedic injuries in direct conjunction with the development and implementation of specific injury and body part rehabilitative exercises and protocols.


    Two (2) hours lab.
(0)
  
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    AT 340 Independent Study

    (1-3)
    Consists of advanced study, reading, and/or research in athletic training.


(1-3)
  
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    AT 350 Athletic Training Internships

    (1-6)
    Provides students with opportunities to develop skills, knowledge, theories, and techniques with procedures from the class-work applied to field situations.  Must be approved by faculty supervisor.


(1-6)
  
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    AT 406 Organization and Administration in Sports Medicine

    (2)
    Prerequisites: AT 126  and AT 242 
    This course is a study of the concepts of health care organization and administration relative to athletic training. The course will discuss such topics as legal liability, fiscal management, facilities operation, personnel supervision, public relations and organizational structures.


    Two (2) hours lecture.
(2)
  
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    AT 420 Athletic Training Special Topics

    (1-3)
    Prerequisites: AT 4601 
    This course examines special topics pertaining to the field of athletic training and sports medicine.  Topics may include the female in athletics, sports nutrition, equipment utilization, and/or other advanced topics in athletic training identified by students.  This course also begins preparation for students taking the BOC Examination.


    Two (2) hours lecture.
(1-3)
  
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    AT 430 Athletic Training Seminar

    (1-3)
    On various topics in athletic training.


(1-3)
  
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    AT 440 Independent Study

    (1-3)
    Consists of advanced study, reading, and/or research in athletic training.


(1-3)
  
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    AT 444 Therapeutic & Psychosocial Intervention in Athletic Training

    (2)
    Prerequisites: BIOL 335  and BIOL 335L, or consent of instructor.
    This course explains the use and theory of therapeutic interventions for sports related injuries and illnesses. The course will provide information that will explain the theory and principle behind pharmacological and psychosocial intervention. This course will help students to integrate concepts already introduced relating to therapeutic modalities, and therapeutic exercise with the new strategies in therapeutic and psychosocial interventions, thus allowing students the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills crucial in the development of comprehensive treatment programs to address the injuries and illnesses that athletic trainers deal with on a consistent basis.


    Two (2) hours lecture.
(2)
  
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    AT 449 General Medical Conditions in Sports Medicine

    (3)


    Prerequisites: AT 236 , AT 236L , AT 237 , and AT 237L .

     
    This course focuses on clinical signs and symptoms of pathology, which will allow the practicing athletic trainer to recognize systemic illnesses and injuries. This course introduces the knowledge and skills needed to recognize and differentiate signs and symptoms produced by systemic disease. Organized by the major body systems including: diseases of the cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurological, psychological and immunological systems.


    Three (3) hours lecture.

(3)
  
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    AT 475 Research Methods in Athletic Training

    (2)
    Prerequisites: AT 406 , AT 449 
    Co-requisites: AT 4602 , AT 420 

    This course is designed to develop an appreciation for the importance and need for quality research in the sports medicine/athletic training profession.  Included in the course will be an orientation to the methods and procedures utilized in sports medicine/athletic training research, while emphasizing basic principles for conducting research, and for interpreting and critically reviewing articles representative of the sports medicine/athletic training profession.


    (Two hours lecture)
(2)
  
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    AT 501 Evaluation of Head, Neck, Trunk and Spine

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 521 AT 560 AT 571 
    Co-requisites: AT 501L AT 502 /AT 502L AT 511 /AT 511L AT 561 

    This course entails the study of evaluation techniques of injuries to the head, neck, trunk and spine. Review of anatomy, injury recognition, muscle testing, treatment protocols and preventative measures are also examined.


(3)
  
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    AT 501L Evaluation of Head, Neck, Trunk and Spine Lab

    (0)
    Prerequisites: AT 521 AT 560 , and AT 571 
    Co-requisites: AT 501 AT 502 /AT 502L AT 511 /AT 511L AT 561 

    This course entails the study of evaluation techniques of injuries to the head, neck, trunk and spine. Specifically, laboratory sessions are designed to introduce the learner to observation, palpation, manual muscle testing, range of motion, and special testing procedures utilized when evaluating injuries of the head, neck, trunk, and spine.


(0)
  
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    AT 502 Evaluation of Lower Extremity Injuries

    (4)
    Prerequisites: AT 521 AT 560 AT 571 
    Co-requisites: AT 501 /AT 501L AT 502L AT 511 /AT 511L AT 561 .

    This course entails the study of evaluation techniques of injuries to the lower extremities. Review of anatomy, injury recognition, muscle testing, treatment protocols and preventative measures are also examined. Evidence-based medicine is the basis for evaluation techniques and is practiced in course requirements.


(4)
  
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    AT 502L Evaluation of Lower Extremity Injuries Lab

    (0)
    Prerequisites: AT 521 AT 560 AT 571 
    Co-requisites: AT 501 /AT 501L AT 502 AT 511 /AT 511L AT 561 

    This course provides the learner with a practical application of concepts and techniques regarding the evaluation of injuries to the lower extremities. Specifically, laboratory sessions are designed to introduce the learner to observation, palpation, manual muscle testing, range of motion, and special testing procedures utilized when evaluating injuries of the lower extremities.  Skills taught are supported by evidence-based medicine.


(0)
  
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    AT 503 Evaluation of Upper Extremity Injuries

    (4)
    Prerequisites: AT 501 /AT 501L AT 502 /AT 502L AT 511 /AT 511L AT 561 
    Co-requisites: AT 503L AT 504 /AT 504L AT 512 /AT 512L AT 513 /AT 513L AT 562 .

    This course entails the study of evaluation techniques of injuries to the upper extremities. Review of anatomy, injury recognition, muscle testing, treatment protocols and preventative measures are also examined. Evidence-based medicine is the basis for course content and is a component of course requirements.


(4)
  
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    AT 503L Evaluation of Upper Extremity Injuries Lab

    (0)
    Prerequisites: AT 501 /AT 501L AT 502 /AT 502L AT 511 /AT 511L AT 561 
    Co-requisites: AT 503 AT 504 /AT 504L AT 512 /AT 512L AT 513 /AT 513L AT 562 

    This course provides the learner with a practical application of concepts and techniques regarding the evaluation of injuries to the upper extremities. Specifically, laboratory sessions are designed to introduce the learner to observation, palpation, manual muscle testing, range of motion, and special testing procedures utilized when evaluating injuries of the upper extremities.


(0)
  
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    AT 504 General Medical, Pharmacological, and Radiological Concerns in Athletic Training I

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 501 /AT 501L AT 502 /AT 502L AT 511 /AT 511L AT 561 
    Co-requisites: AT 503 /AT 503L AT 504L AT 512 /AT 512L AT 513 /AT 513L AT 562 

    This course focuses on identifying and managing clinical pathologies, including systemic conditions, injuries, and illnesses that may affect participation and the general well-being of the physically active patient. Content includes recognizing and differentiating signs and symptoms, emergency care, referral, radiological interpretation, and pharmacological concerns. Emphasis is placed on the immune, cardiovascular, and pulmonary systems.


(3)
  
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    AT 504L General Medical, Pharmacological, and Radiological Concerns in Athletic Training I Lab

    (0)
    Prerequisites: AT 501 /AT 501L AT 502 /AT 502L AT 511 /AT 511L AL 561 
    Co-requisites: AT 503 /AT 503L AT 504 AT 512 /AT 512L AT 513 /AT 513L AT 562 

    This lab focuses on developing the skills to identify, interpret and differentiate signs and symptoms related to clinical pathologies, including systemic conditions, injuries, and illnesses that may affect participation and the general well-being of the physically active patient. Emphasis is placed on skills related to clinical evaluation, emergency care, and radiological interpretation of the immune, cardiovascular, and pulmonary systems.


(0)
  
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    AT 511 Therapeutic Modalities I

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 521 AT 560 AT 571 
    Co-requisites: AT 501 /AT 501L AT 502 /AT 502L AT 511L AT 561 

    This course explains the use and theory of therapeutic modalities used for rehabilitation in the health care setting. The course will provide information that will thoroughly explain the theory and principle behind therapeutic modality use.  Focus will be on thermal modalities.


(3)
  
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    AT 511L Therapeutic Modalities I Lab

    (0)
    Prerequisites: AT 521 AT 560 AT 571 
    Co-requisites: AT 501 /AT 501L AT 502 /AT 502L AT 511 AT 561 

    This course is designed to give the student an opportunity to practice the use of therapeutic modalities, as learned in the lecture portion of AT 511. The student will have the laboratory opportunity to observe, practice and initiate therapeutic modality usage for different therapeutic purposes in an injured person. This will enable the student to get the hands-on experience to assist in their development and application of previously learned skills. Focus will be on thermal modalities.


(0)
  
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    AT 512 Therapeutic Modalities II

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 501 /AT 501L AT 502 /AT 502L AT 511 /AT 511L AT 561 
    Co-requisites: AT 503 /AT 503L AT 504 /AT 504L AT 512L AT 513 /AT 513L AT 562 

    This course explains the use and theory of therapeutic modalities used for rehabilitation in the health care setting. The course will provide information what will thoroughly explain the theory and principle behind therapeutic modality use.  Focus will be on electrical and mechanical modalities.


(3)
  
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    AT 512L Therapeutic Modalities II Lab

    (0)
    Prerequisites: AT 501 /AT 501L ; AT 502 /AT 502L ; AT 511 /AT 511L ; and AT 561  
    Co-requisites: AT 503 /AT 503L ; AT 504 /AT 504L ; AT 512 ; AT 513 /AT 513L ; AT 562  

    This course is designed to give the student an opportunity to practice the use of therapeutic modalities, as learned in the lecture portion of AT 512.  The student will have the laboratory opportunity to observe, practice and initiate therapeutic modality usage for different therapeutic purposes in an injured person.  This will enable the student to get the hands-on experience to assist in their development and application of previously learned skills.  Focus will be on electrical and mechanical modalities.


(0)
   (4)
  
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    AT 513L Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation I Lab

    (0)
    Prerequisites: AT 501 /AT 501L ; AT 502 /AT 502L ; AT 511 /AT 511L ; AT 561  
    Co-requisites: AT 503 /AT 503L ; AT 504 /AT 504L ; AT 512 /AT 512L ;AT 513  

    This course is designed to give the student the opportunity to practice the various therapeutic exercise techniques, as learned in the lecture portion of AT 513.  The student will have the laboratory opportunity to observe and practice therapeutic exercises for different therapeutic purposes in an injured person.  This will enable the student to get the hands-on experience to assist in their development and application of previously learned skills.


(0)
  
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    AT 520 Position Statements and Trends in Athletic Training I

    (2)
    Prerequisites: Admission in the Graduate Athletic Training Program.
    Co-requisites: AT 570 

    This course provides a survey of National Athletic Trainers’ Association position statements and consensus statements and investigates how they impact athletic training practice.


(2)
  
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    AT 521 Position Statements and Trends in Athletic Training II

    (2)


    Prerequisites: AT 520 AT 570 

     
    Co-requisites: AT 560 AT 571  

     

    This course provides a survey of National Athletic Trainers’ Association position statements and consensus statements and investigates how they impact athletic training practice.


(2)
  
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    AT 560 Athletic Training Practicum and Seminar I

    (1)
    Prerequisites: AT 520 AT 570  
    Co-requisites: AT 521 AT 571  

    This hybrid course will have online instruction and pre-requisite tasks for students to complete at the beginning of the Summer II session before reporting to campus at the end of the Summer II session and up until the beginning of the fall semester. The on-campus portion of this course is a face-to-face intensive to prepare graduate athletic training students to assist health care personnel in caring for physically active patients. This course is designed to provide students with programmatic orientation information and assist in developing basic hands-on skills students will need to perform during patient interactions related to clinical experiences.


(1)
  
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    AT 561 Athletic Training Practicum and Seminar II

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 521 AT 560 , AT 571 
    Co-requisites: AT 501 /AT 501L AT 502 /AT 502L AT 511 /AT 511L 

    This practicum course provides students with clinical-based opportunities and experience in working with physically active patients. Students will be required to complete a minimum of 10 clinical hours per week while assigned to a clinical rotation. Classroom and laboratory sessions are designed to help the learner work towards mastery of specific educational competencies and clinical proficiencies. Competencies and proficiencies to be rehearsed and assessed will be linked to courses previously taken. Areas of emphasis will include health and wellness assessment, position statements, medical and orthopedic histories, anatomy and palpation, and evidence-based practice.


(3)
  
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    AT 562 Athletic Training Practicum and Seminar III

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 501 /AT 501L ; AT 502 /AT 502L ; AT 511 /AT 511L ; AT 561   
    Co-requisites: AT 503 /AT 503L ; AT 504 /AT 504L ; AT 512 /AT 512L ; AT 513 /AT 513L  

    This practicum course provides students with clinical-based opportunities and experience in working with physically active patients.  Students will be required to complete a minimum of 10 clinical hours per week while assigned to a clinical rotation.  Classroom and laboratory sessions are designed to help the learner towards mastery of specific educational competencies and clinical proficiencies.  Competencies and proficiencies to be rehearsed and assessed will be linked to courses previously taken.  Areas of emphasis will include head, neck, trunk, spine, and lower extremity evaluation.


(3)
  
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    AT 570 Evidence-Based Practice and Research in Healthcare I

    (1)
    Prerequisites: Admission in the Graduate Athletic Training Program
    Co-requisites: AT 520  

    This course introduces concepts regarding evidence-based practice and research as they relate to healthcare.


(1)
  
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    AT 571 Evidence-Based Practice and Research in Healthcare II

    (1)
    Prerequisites: AT 520 AT 570 
    Co-requisites: AT 521 AT 560 

    This course explores advanced concepts regarding evidence-based practice and research as they relate to healthcare and prepares tudents to integrate these concepts into clinical practice.


(1)
  
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    AT 606 Organization and Administration in Athletic-Training

    (2)
    Prerequisites: AT 614 AT 663  
    Co-requisites: AT 664 AT 665  

    This course is a study of the concepts of health care organization and administration relative to athletic training.  The course will discuss such topics as legal liability, facilities operation, personnel supervision, public relations and organizational structures.


(2)
  
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    AT 607 General Medical, Pharmacological, and Radiological Concerns in Athletic Training II

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 503 /AT 503L AT 504 /AT 504L AT 512 /AT 512L AT 513 /AT 513L AT 562 
    Co-requisites: AT 607L AT 615 /AT 615L AT 667 

    This course focuses on identifying and managing clinical pathologies, including systemic conditions, injuries, and illnesses that may affect participation and the general well-being of the physically active patient. Content includes recognizing and differentiating signs and symptoms, emergency care, referral, radiological interpretation, and pharmacological concerns. Emphasis is placed on the gastrointestinal, hepatic, renal, neurological, ENT, urogenital, endocrine, and metabolic systems.


(3)
  
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    AT 607L General Medical, Pharmacological, and Radiological Concerns in Athletic Training II Lab

    (0)
    Prerequisites: AT 503 /AT 503L AT 504 /AT 504L AT 512 /AT 512L AT 513 /AT 513L AT 562 
    Co-requisites: AT 607 AT 615 /AT 615L AT 667 

    This lab focuses on developing the skills to identify, interpret and differentiate signs and symptoms related to clinical pathologies, including systemic conditions, injuries, and illnesses that may affect participation and the general well-being of the physically active patient.  Emphasis is placed on skills related to clinical evaluation, emergency care, and radiological interpretation of the gastrointestinal, hepatic, renal, neurological, ENT, urogenital, endocrine, and metabolic systems.


(0)
  
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    AT 614 Psychological, Social and Diversity Concerns in Athletic Training

    (2)
    Prerequisites: AT 503 /AT 503L AT 504 /AT 504L AT 512 /AT 512L AT 513 /AT 513L AT 562 
    Co-requisites: AT 663 

    This course will discuss theories and principles related to the psychosocial aspects and well-being of the physically active patient.  Content will include mental and emotional development and health, response to injury, coping mechanisms, diversity issues, and helping strategies for patient referral and advocacy.


(2)
  
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    AT 615 Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation II

    (4)
    Prerequisites: AT 606 AT 664 AT 665 
    Co-requisites: AT 607 /AT 607L AT 615L AT 667 

    The course expands on the informational theory presented in AT 513 and explores the application of therapeutic exercises, manual therapies, exercise and rehabilitation equipment used in the sports medicine setting for rehabilitation and reconditioning of orthopedic injuries.  Emphasis is placed on injury and body part specific development of rehabilitative exercises and protocols.


(4)
  
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    AT 615L Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation II Lab

    (0)
    Prerequisites: AT 606 AT 664 AT 665 
    Co-requisites: AT 607 /AT 607L AT 615 AT 667 

    This course is designed to give the student an opportunity to practice the therapeutic exercises, manual therapies, exercise and rehabilitation equipment used in the sports medicine setting for rehabilitation and reconditioning of orthopedic injuries in direct conjunction with the development and implementation of specific injury and body part rehabilitative exercises and protocols.


(0)
  
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    AT 622 Special Topics in AT

    (2)
    Prerequisites: AT 607 /AT 607L AT 615 /AT 615L AT 650 AT 667 
    Co-requisites: AT 668 AT 672 

    This course examines the special topics pertaining to the field of athletic training and sports medicine.  The focus on the course is to aid students in their preparation for taking the BOC Examination.


(2)
  
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    AT 640 Independent Study Lab Assistants

    (3)
    Prerequisites: A C or better in the assigned lab assistant role and approval from the Athletic Training Program Director.
    This course is designed to enable students to serve as a Lab Assistant for lab courses they have already successfully passed with a C or better.  Its purpose is to allow the student to increase their knowledge of the course content through detailed instruction of current students, under the direct supervision of current athletic training faculty, and expose them to instructional opportunities they are not given in the tradition athletic training curriculum.


(3)
  
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    AT 650 Clinical Immersion I

    (4)
    Prerequisites: AT 606 AT 664 AT 665 
    Co-requisites: AT 607 /AT 607L AT 615 /AT 615L AT 667  

    This clinical experience is designed to immerse the student into a full-time professional athletic training setting during the second 8-weeks of the semester while still working under the supervision and direction of a trained preceptor.  Students are removed from other curricular responsibilities to encourage emphasis on real-world expectations.  This immersion may occur in any setting or facility approved by the athletic training faculty.


(4)
  
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    AT 651 Clinical Immersion II

    (4)
    Prerequisites: AT 607 /AT 607L ; AT 615 /AT 615L ; AT 650 ; AT 667  
    Co-requisites: AT 622 ; AT 668 ; AT 672  

    This clinical experience is designed to immerse the student into a full-time professional athletic training setting during the second 8-weeks of the semester while still working under the supervision and direction of a trained preceptor.  Students are removed from other curricular responsibilities to encourage emphasis on real-world expectations.  This immersion may occur in any setting or facility approved the athletic training faculty.


(4)
  
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    AT 663 Interprofessional Practicum I

    (1)
    Prerequisites: AT 503 /AT 503L ; AT 504 /AT 504L ; AT 512 /AT 512L ; AT 513 /AT 513L AT 562  
    Co-requisites: AT 614  

    This practicum encourages inter-professional practice and collaboration as the student observes and participates in an off-campus experience at a facility with health are professionals in a setting that is non-traditional for athletic training and has been approved by the athletic training faculty.


(1)
  
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    AT 664 Interprofessional Practicum II

    (1)
    Prerequisites: AT 614 ; AT 663  
    Co-requisites: AT 606 ; AT 665  

    This practicum encourages inter-professional practice and collaboration as the student observes and participates in an off-campus experience at a facility with health care professionals in a setting that is non-traditional for athletic training and has been approved by the athletic training faculty.


(1)
  
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    AT 665 Athletic Training Practicum and Seminar IV

    (1)
    Prerequisites: AT 614 ; AT 663  
    Co-requisites: AT 606 ; AT 664  

    This hybrid course will have online instruction and prerequisite tasks for students to complete at the beginning of summer II session before reporting to campus at the end of the summer II session and up until the beginning of the fall semester.  The on-campus portion of this course is a face-to-face intensive to prepare graduate athletic training students to assist health care personnel in caring for physically active patients.  This course is designed to provide students with programmatic orientation information and assist in enhancing hands-on skills students will need to perform during patient interactions related to clinical experiences.  Additional emphasis includes pre-season screening and medical coverage experiences.


(1)
  
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    AT 667 Athletic Training Practicum and Seminar V

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 606 ; AT 664 ; AT 665  
    Co-requisites: AT 607 /AT 607L ; AT 615 /AT 615L  

    This practicum course that occurs during the first 8-weeks of the semester provides students with clinical-based opportunities and experience in working with physically active patients.  Student will be required to complete a minimum of 10 clinical hours per week while assigned to a clinical rotation.  Classroom and laboratory sessions are designed to help the learner work towards mastery of specific educational competencies and clinical proficiencies.  Competencies and proficiencies to be rehearsed and assessed will be linked to courses previously taken.  Areas of emphasis include upper extremity evaluation, therapeutic modalities, psycho-social issues, and administrative healthcare topics.


(3)
  
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    AT 668 Athletic Training Practicum and Seminar VI

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 607 /AT 607L AT 615 /AT 615L AT 650 , AT 667 
    Co-requisites: AT 622 AT 672 

    This practicum course that occurs during the first 8 weeks of the semester provides students with clinical-based opportunities and experiences in working with physically active patients. Students are required to complete a minimum of 10 clinical hours per week while assigned to a clinical rotation.  Classroom and laboratory sessions are designed to help the learner work towards mastery of specific educational competencies and clinical proficiencies.  Competencies and proficiencies to be rehearsed and assessed will be linked to courses previously taken.  Areas of emphasis include therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation and medical, pharmacological, and radiological concerns.


(3)
  
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    AT 672 Research Capstone

    (1)
    Prerequisites: AT 607 /AT 607L AT 615 /AT 615L AT 650 AT 667 
    Co-requisites: AT 622  , AT 668  

    This course is the culmination of the student’s research agenda/project spanning the entire graduate program.  The goal of this capstone is to present a professional presentation and/or publication based on information and research conducted by the student in previous evidence-based practice courses and practicums.


(1)
  
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    AT 4601 Athletic Training Practicum III

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 3602  
    This third professional phase practicum course provides the student with clinical-based opportunities within a variety of athletic training settings. Classroom and laboratory sessions are designed to introduce the learner to specific educational competencies and clinical proficiencies.  The proficiencies are practiced and assessed to given standards of achievement and linked to courses previously taken. Students are required to average approximately 15 clinical hours per week while assigned to a clinical rotation, in addition to the laboratory meetings each week.  The area of emphasis will include orthopedics.


    Three (3) hours lecture.
(3)
  
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    AT 4602 Athletic Training Practicum IV

    (3)
    Prerequisites: AT 4601 
    This fourth professional phase practicum course provides the student with clinical-based opportunities within a variety of athletic settings. Classroom and laboratory sessions are designed to introduce the learner to specific educational competencies and clinical proficiencies. The proficiencies are practiced and assessed to given standards of achievement and linked to courses previously taken. Students are required to average approximately 15 clinical hours per week while assigned to a clinical rotation, in addition to the laboratory meetings each week. The area of emphasis will include general medicine.


    Three (3) hours lecture.
(3)