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Athletic Training Program Course Sequence

Required Courses

The Athletic Training Major is housed in the Division of Education and Physical Education within the Physical Education, Athletic Training, and Sport Management Department. ATSs are awarded a Bachelor of Science degree upon the completion of a minimum of 123 credit hours. The 123 credit hours may be divided into a minimum of 33 credit hours for the General Education Requirement, a minimum of 74 credit hours for the Athletic Training Program, and a minimum of 16 credit hours for an appropriate minor and/or electives. A copy of the Degree Audit is available in the LC Portal.

Course Number Course Title/Description Credit Hours
AT 180 Fundamentals of Athletic Training 3
AT 201 First Aid and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer 3
AT 280 Clinical Anatomy I 2
AT 281 Clinical Anatomy II 2
AT 283 Medical Terminology and General Medical Conditions in Athletic Training 3
AT 380 Orthopaedic Injury Evaluation I 3
AT 381 Orthopaedic Injury Evaluation II 3
AT 383 Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training 3
AT 385 Rehabilitation in Athletic Training 3
AT 387 Basic Pharmacology and Nurtition in Athletic Training 3
AT 452 Senior Seminar 2
AT 481 Organization and Administration of Athletic Training 3
AT 490 Athletic Training Internship 6
AT 188, 189, 288, 289, 388, 489 Athletic Training Practica I-VI 1 each
BI 101 General Biology 4
BI 205 Human Anatomy 4
BI 206 Human Physiology 4
MA 200 Elementary Statistics 3
PE 201 Personal and Community Health 3
PE 301 Kinesiology 3
PE 302 Exercise Physiology 3

PE 331

Weight Training Techniques 2
PS 101 Introduction to Psychology 3

 

Suggested Four-Year Sequence: Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training

 

Academic Fall Semester Spring Semester
Freshman Year AT 180: Fundamentals of Athletic Training
BI 101: General Biology
AT 188: Athletic Training Practicum I
AT 201: First Aid and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer
AT 283: Medical Terminology and General Medical Conditions in Athletic Training
BI 205: Human Anatomy
Sophomore Year AT 189: Athletic Training Practicum II
AT 280: Clinical Anatomy I
AT 380: Orthopaedic Injury Evaluation I
BI 206: Human Physiology

AT281: Clinical Anatomy  II
AT 288: Athletic Training Practicum III
AT 381: Orthopaedic Injury Evaluation II
AT 383: Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training

Junior Year

AT 289: Athletic Training Practicum IV
AT 385: Rehabilitation in Athletic Training
PE 331: Weight Training Techniques

AT 388: Athletic Training Practicum V
AT 387: Basic Pharmacology and Nutrition in Athletic Training
AT481: Organization and Administration of Athletic Training
Senior Year AT 489: Athletic Training Practicum VI
AT 490: Athletic Training Internship

AT 452: Senior Seminar
AT 489: Athletic Training Practicum VI

Suggested Transfer Student Sequence: Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training

 

Academic Year Fall Semester Spring Semester Summer I SummerII
Freshman/Sophomore Year AT 180
AT 280
AT 380
AT 188
AT 201
AT 281
AT 283
AT 288
AT 381
AT 383
Complete clinical hours from AT 288 Register for AT 189 and complete clinical hours.
Junior Year AT 189
AT 289
AT 385
AT 388
AT 387
AT 481
   
Senior Year AT 490 AT 452
AT 489
   

Please Note: The following Athletic Training Required Courses may be taken as the individual ATS’s schedule allows:

  • MA 200, PE 201, PE 301, PE 302, and PS 101 are offered every semester
  • PE 331 is offered every fall semester

AT 489: Athletic Training Practicum VI and AT 490: Athletic Training Internship will be taken during the course of their Senior year.