Athletic Training Courses

ATR
257
Hours
3
Intro to Athletic Training

The study of current principles in the prevention; clinical evaluation and diagnosis; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses.

ATR
258
Hours
1
Clinical Fundamentals

The study and practice of clinical skills in the prevention, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, immediate care and treatment, rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses. Directed observations under the guidance of BOC certified athletic trainers.

ATR
272
Hours
2
First Aid, Safety & CPR

The discussion and practice of skills and techniques in the emergency response to injuries and illnesses. Includes emergency assessment, first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation for infants, children and adults and AED use.

ATR
300
Hours
3
Foundations in Athl. Training

Study and discussion of topics and clinical skills related to the prevention; clinical evaluation and diagnosis; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses. Introduction to the organization and administration of athletic training programs.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 257 and ATR 258 and ATR 272
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: BSC 215 and NHM 315 and ATR 310
ATR
310
Hours
1
Clinical Skills I

Acquisition, evaluation, synthesis and application of clinical skills in the prevention; clinical evaluation and diagnosis; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of BOC Certified Athletic Trainers.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 257 and ATR 258 and ATR 272 and BSC 215 and NHM 315 and ATR 300
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: BSC 215 and NHM 315 and ATR 300
ATR
320
Hours
1
Clinical Skills II

Acquisition, evaluation, synthesis and application of clinical skills in the prevention; clinical evaluation and diagnosis; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses with an emphasis on the lower extremities. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of BOC Certified Athletic Trainers.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 257 and ATR 258 and ATR 272 and ATR 300 and ATR 310 and BSC 215 and NHM 315 and ATR 357 and BSC 216 and KIN 365
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: ATR 357 and BSC 216 and KIN 365
ATR
357
Hours
3
Clinical Eval & Diagnosis I

Study of the lower extremities as they relate to the prevention; clinical evaluation and diagnosis; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 257 and ATR 258 and ATR 272 and ATR 300 and ATR 310 and BSC 215 and BSC 216 and KIN 365 and ATR 320
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: BSC 216 and KIN 365 and ATR 320
ATR
358
Hours
3
Clinical Eval & Diagnosis II

Study of the upper extremities as they relate to the prevention, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, immediate care and treatment and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses.

Prerequisite(s): BSC 215 and BSC 216 and NHM 315 and KIN 365 and PH 101 and ATR 457 and ATR 410
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: PH 101 and ATR 457 and ATR 410
ATR
360
Hours
3
Clinical Eval & Diagnosis III

Study of the head, neck, face, abdomen, thorax and thoracic and lumbar spines as they relate to the preventions; clinical evaluation and diagnosis; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 300 and ATR 310 and ATR 320 and ATR 357 and ATR 358 and ATR 410 and ATR 457 and BSC 215 and BSC 216 and NHM 315 and KIN 365 and PH 101 and ATR 420 and ATR 456
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: PH 101 and ATR 420 and ATR 456
ATR
410
Hours
1
Clinical Skills III

Acquisition, evaluation, synthesis and application of clinical skills in the prevention, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, immediate care and treatment and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses with an emphasis on the upper extremity and the use of therapeutic modalities in the comprehensive patient care plan. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of Preceptors.

Prerequisite(s): BSC 215 and BSC 216 and NHM 315 and KIN 365 and PH 101 and ATR 358 and ATR 457
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: PH 101 and ATR 358 and ATR 457
ATR
420
Hours
1
Clinical Skills IV

Acquisition, evaluation, synthesis and application of clinical skills in the prevention, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, immediate care and treatment, and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses with an emphasis on the head, neck, face, thorax, abdomen and spine and the use of therapeutic exercises in the comprehensive patient care plan. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of Preceptors.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 300 and ATR 310 and ATR 320 and ATR 357 and ATR 358 and ATR 410 and ATR 457 and BSC 215 and BSC 216 and NHM 315 and KIN 365 and PH 101 and KIN 492 and ATR 360 and ATR 456
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: KIN 492 and ATR 360 and ATR 456
ATR
430
Hours
1
Clinical Skills V

Acquisition, evaluation, synthesis and application of clinical skills in the prevention; clinical evaluation and diagnosis; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses with an emphasis on acute and chronic medical conditions and their pharmacologic management within a well organized athletic training program. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of Preceptors.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 300 and ATR 310 and ATR 320 and ATR 357 and ATR 358 and ATR 360 and ATR 410 and ATR 420 and ATR 453 and ATR 457 and ATR 454 and ATR 455 and BSC 215 and BSC 215 and NHM 315 and KIN 365 and KIN 492 and PH 101
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: ATR 454 and ATR 455
ATR
453
Hours
3
Appl Clin Res Skills

Acquisition, evaluation, synthesis and application of clinical, research and teaching skills in athletic training with an emphasis on clinical question development and the incorporation of evidence based practice in resolving clinical questions and developing and implementing patient care plans. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of allied medical and medical professionals in a range of patient care settings. Offered summer semester.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 300 and ATR 310 and ATR 357 and ATR 358 and ATR 360 and ATR 410 and ATR 420 and ATR 457 and BSC 215 and BSC 216 and NHM 315 and KIN 365 and KIN 492 and PH 101
ATR
454
Hours
3
Org. Ad. Athletic Training

Current theories, methods and techniques in the organization and administration of athletic training programs.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 300 and ATR 310 and ATR 320 and ATR 357 and ATR 358 and ATR 410 and ATR 420 and ATR 453 and ATR 456 and BSC 215 and BSC 216 and NHM 315 and KIN 365 and PH 101
ATR
455
Hours
3
Pharm Path Athl Training

The study of acute and chronic illnesses and their response to and the impact on, physical activity. Discussion of pharmacologic agents used in the management of common acute and chronic illnesses.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 257 and ATR 258 and ATR 272 and ATR 300 and ATR 310 and ATR 320 and ATR 357 and ATR 358 and ATR 410 and ATR 420 and ATR 453 and ATR 457 and BSC 215 and BSC 216 and NHM 315 and KIN 365 and KIN 492 and PH 101
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: ATR 430 and ATR 454
ATR
456
Hours
3
Principles of Rehab & Recon

Methods, theories and techniques in the rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries. The clinical evaluation and diagnosis of injuries relative to rehabilitation and reconditioning.

Prerequisite(s): ATR 300 and ATR 310 and ATR 320 and ATR 357 and ATR 358 and ATR 410 and ATR 457 and BSC 215 and BSC 216 and NHM 315 and KIN 365 and PH 101
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: ATR 360 and ATR 420 and KIN 492
ATR
457
Hours
3
Therapeutic Modalities

Current theories, methods and techniques in the application of therapeutic modalities during the treatment rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries. The clinical evaluation and diagnosis of injuries relative to therapeutic modalities.

Prerequisite(s): BSC 215 and BSC 216 and NHM 315 and KIN 365
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: PH 101 and ATR 358 and ATR 410
ATR
458
W
Hours
3
Seminar in Athl. Training

Discussion of current issues in athletic training with an emphasis on research and the application of current research to the practice of athletic training. Writing proficiency within this discipline is required for a passing grade in this course.

Writing
ATR
488
Hours
1-12
Internship in Athl Training

Directed internship in a health care facility for the senior athletic training student.

ATR
490
Hours
3
Anatomical Basis

An in depth review of the anatomical structures associated with common orthopaedic injuries. Cadaveric dissection and prosection review activities included.

ATR
496
Hours
1-12
Ind Study Athletic Training

Independent study of skills and topics in athletic training for the senior athletic training student.

General Health Studies Courses

HHE
265
Hours
3
Safety and Injury Prevention

Among people 1-44 years of age, unintentional injury is the leading cause of death in the United States according to the centers for disease control and prevention (CDC). Even after age 44, unintentional injury remains among the top ten causes of mortality among Americans. Additionally, millions of Americans are injured each year and not die. For individuals that survive an injury, pain and disability can linger for years, if not for the rest of their lives. This course explores the complex nature of unintentional injuries while examining the impact of various prevention strategies.

Prerequisite(s): NONE
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: NONE
HHE
270
Hours
3
Personal Health

A thoughtful discussion of individual, social, environmental, and political factors that influence personal health and well-being.

HHE
273
Hours
3
Community And Public Health

Methods and techniques by which community health workers identify and measure the scope and intensity of health problems.

HHE
370
Hours
3
Prin/Foundatn Health Promotion

The course examines the role of health education/health promotion and includes an orientation to the profession and consideration of current trends, problems, and issues in health education.

Prerequisite(s): HHE 273
HHE
378
W
Hours
3
Drug Awareness Education

Introduction to topics associated with drug-taking behavior, emphasizing drug education. Physiological, psychological, and sociological aspects of drug-taking behavior are examined. Writing proficiency within this discipline is required for a passing grade in this course.

Writing
HHE
440
Hours
3
Understanding Stress Mgt

An examination of the psychophysiology of the stress response and indicators of excessive stress. Stress management techniques are examined and taught.

HHE
445
Hours
3
Environmental Health

The course is designed to promote the acquisition of environmental health knowledge and skills for application in community/public health education settings. Course content will address environmental factors that affect human and ecological health and environmental health education and promotion strategies.

HHE
446
Hours
3
Health Disparities

This course is designed to explore health disparities in the United States and throughout the world. Course content will address societal factors that have an impact on health disparities. The course focus will also address cultural competency and appropriate health education and promotion strategies.

HHE
450
Hours
3
Introduction to Epidemiology for Health Education and Promotion

An introductory course in epidemiology designed to promote an understanding of the analysis and application of epidemiological data for students in health professions with a primary focus on health education and promotion.

Prerequisite(s): HHE 270 HHE 273
HHE
467
Hours
3
Design Eval Health Promo

Designed to help health educators develop competencies in program design, implementation, and evaluation.

Prerequisite(s): HHE 370
HHE
468
Hours
3
Pract Appl Health Comm & Promo

A lecture/demonstration/discussion course designed to help health educators develop competencies in program applications, with particular attention to the needs assessment process and health communication techniques.

Prerequisite(s): HHE 370
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: HHE 467
HHE
480
Hours
3
Culminating Experience in Health Education and Promotion

The purpose of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to apply health education and promotion competencies and concepts developed throughout their undergraduate course experiences. The course will include observations, applications, and reflections of responsibilities and competencies of health educators in professional practice.

Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: HHE 467 and HHE 468
HHE
488
Hours
1-12
Internship Communty Hlth

Directed internship in a community health agency, business, clinic, or other health-related setting; observation and on-the-job experience through direct participation.

HHE
496
Hours
1-6
Independent Study

Designed to provide the opportunity for independent work in any area of health education/health promotion.