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STOP (Sports Trauma and Overuse Prevention) Sports Injuries

Suggested 4-Year Course Schedule
(Revised 7/10/17)
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FRESHMAN YEAR

FALL SEMESTER

 

SPRING SEMESTER

  Yr
AH 101 Practicum in Athletic Training I 1 AH 102 Practicum in Athletic Training II 1  
AH 200 Introduction to Athletic Training 3 AH 210 Protective Techniques for Injuries 2
BY 101 Introductory Biology I 4 AH 230 Athletic Training Emergency Care 2
EH 101 Written English I 3 EH 102 Written English II 3
PE 251 Concepts in Health, Wellness, and Fitness 3 BY 231 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4
UWA 101 Freshman Seminar 2 MH 113 (or above) Precalculus Algebra 3
TOTAL 16   15 31

The prerequisite for BY 231 is BY 102, BY 103, or BY 104.
BY 103 (Honors Biology) will substitute for BY 101.
EH 103 & EH 104 (Honors English) will substitute for EH 101 & EH 102.

SOPHOMORE YEAR

FALL SEMESTER

  

SPRING SEMESTER

   

Yr

AH 281 Athletic Training Clinical Education I 1 AH 282 Athletic Training Clinical Education II 1   
AH 220 Injury/Illness Assessment 2 AH 322 Evaluation of Injuries I 3
AT 100 Art, MU 100 Music, or TH 100 Theatre 3 AH 323 Evaluation of Injuries I Laboratory 1
BY 232 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4 EH 222 British Literature II or EH 232 American Literature II 3
EH 221 British Literature I or EH 231 American Literature I 3 PY 100 General Psychology 3
EX/PE 443 Kinesiology 3 EX/PE 444 Physiology of Exercise 3
    EX 445 Physiology of Exercise Laboratory 1
TOTAL 16    15 31

EH 213 (Honors Literature I) will substitute for EH 221 or 231 and EH 214 (Honors Literature II) will substitute for EH 222 or 232.

JUNIOR YEAR

FALL SEMESTER

 

SPRING SEMESTER

   Yr
AH 330 Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training 3 AH 340 Rehabilitation of Injuries 3  
AH 331 Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training Laboratory 1 AH 341 Rehabilitation of Injuries Laboratory 1
AH 381 Athletic Training Clinical Education III 1 AH 382 Athletic Training Clinical Education IV 1
AH 324 Evaluation of Injuries II 3 EX 470 Development of Strength and Conditioning 3
AH 325 Evaluation of Injuries II Laboratory 1 HY 101 Western Civilization I or HY 211 American History I 3
AH 301 Research in Athletic Training 1 SH 100 Principles of Public Speaking or SH 150 Professional Speaking 3
AH 300 General Medical Aspects of Athletic Training 3  
PH 201 College Physics I & PH 211L Technical Physics I Lab 4    
TOTAL 17   14 31

HY 103 and 104 (Honors History I and II) will substitute for HY 211 and HY 212 or HY 101 and HY 102.
Athletic Training majors are strongly advised to take AH 409, Preprofessional Clinical Experience for up to 4 hours to meet part or all their Athletic Training Elective Requirements.  Generally, this preprofessional clinical experience which requires 60 clock hours for every credit hour is best scheduled in the summer prior to the senior year.

SENIOR YEAR

FALL SEMESTER

 

SPRING SEMESTER

 

Yr

AH 350 Organization & Administration of Athletic Training 2 AH 482 Athletic Training Clinical Education VI 1  
AH 430 Psychological Aspects of Athletic Training 2 AH 400 Clinical Decisions in Athletic Training 1
AH 408 Seminar in Athletic Training 1 EX 446 Biomechanics of Human Movement 3
AH 481 Athletic Training Clinical Education V 1 AN 100, EC 201, GY 100, PS 110, SY 100, or SY 110 3
EX 442 Sport and Exercise Nutrition 3 HY 102 Western Civilization II or HY 212 American History II 3
Athletic Training Electives 4 General Elective 3
TOTAL 13   14 27
  120

Total hours = minimum of 120 in order to graduate.  A minor is not required with this major.  5 hours of this program are general electives which includes the 2 semester hour course, UWA 101 Freshman Seminar.  Students are advised to gear these electives towards athletic training, biology, health, physical education, physical sciences, or psychology.

Lightly shaded courses are taught once a year in the semesters where listed but may also be taught in the Summer semester.
Darkly shaded courses are taught once a year only in the semesters where listed.

For Academic Advising questions contact R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC

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