Master's Degree in Athletic Training Curriculum

View full course descriptions in the Athletic Training section of the graduate catalog

Plan of Study:

The M.S. in Athletic Training is a two year, six semester, non-thesis curriculum delivered in a cohort model of full-time students.

Year One

Summer I: Fall I: Spring I:

ATEP 511 Foundation of Athletic Training (3)
ATEP 525 Lower Extremity Orthopedic Examination (4)
ATEP 526 Therapeutic Interventions I (4)

ATEP 512 Emergency Management of Injuries & Illnesses (4)
ATEP 535 Upper Extremity Orthopedic Examination (4)
ATEP 536 Therapeutic Interventions II (4)
ATEP 521 Clinical I: Psychosocial Concepts and Cultural Sensitivity (3 credits)

ATEP 513 Clinical Applications of Human Gross Anatomy (4)
ATEP 524 General Medicine for the Athletic Trainer Part I (3)
ATEP 646 Therapeutic Interventions III (3 credits)
ATEP 532 Clinical II: Nutrition & Exercise (3 credits)

Total = 11 Total = 15 Total = 13

Year Two

Summer II: Fall II: Spring II:

ATEP 537 Evidence Based Practice in Athletic Training (3)
ATEP 660 Administration in Athletic Training (3)

ATEP 534 General Medicine for the Athletic Trainer Part II (3)
ATEP 653 Clinical III: Professional Development (10-11)

ATEP 664 Clinical IV: Transition to Practice (8)
ATEP 657 Applications in Evidence Based Practice (3)
ATEP 645 Hip, Pelvis and Spine Orthopedic Examination & Rehabilitation (3)

Total = 6 Total = 13-14 Total = 15
Total Program Hours = 72-73 hours

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