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ATHLETIC TRAINING (ATTR-51.0913)

Selective admission is required for all ATTR courses 200-level and above. Due to the nature of athletic training and the requirements placed on education programs by the national accreditation agency; the academic, laboratory, and clinical experience hours may exceed those expected for credit awarded that course.

ATTR 100. Introduction to Athletic Training. 3-3-0. An introductory course of study of current principles in the prevention, clinical assessment and diagnosis, immediate care and interventions,rehabilitation and reconditioning of orthopedic injuries/illnesses. (51.0913)

ATTR 101. Careers in Sports Medicine. 1-1-0. Open to all students. Course will provide insight into Sports Medicine careers in Allied Health such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, orthopedic surgery, physician assistant and strength and conditioning. (51.0913)

ATTR 102. Clinical Introduction to Athletic Training. 2-1-5.  Credit or registration in ATTR 101. Observations about the care and treatment of athletic injuries under the supervision of a BOC certified athletic trainer(s). Includes CPR, AED and First Aid certifications for those who qualify.   (51.0913)

ATTR 211. Foundations in Athletic Training I. 5-3-11. Prerequistes: C or better in ATTR 100 and selective admission to the Athletic Training Program. Fundamental knowledge and skills in athletic training. Lecture, laboratory, and clinical components with emphasis on care and prevention techniques for orthopedic injury and illness conditions sustained by the phsically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 212. Foundations in Athletic Training II. 4-3-8. Prerequisite: C or better in ATTR 211. Lecture, laboratory, and clinical components with emphasis on orthopedic injury assessment and therapeutic intervention techniques for orthopedic injury and illness conditions sustained by the physically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 220. Acute Care in Sport and Exercise. 3-2-3. Prerequisite:  Grade of C or better in BIOL 116. Introduction to the care and treatment of acute injuries and illnesses.  (51.0913)

ATTR 222. Foundations of Athletic Training. 3-2-3 Prerequisite: BIOL 114, 115. Basic theory and skills in the understanding, prevention, and management of injury. (51.0913)

ATTR 230. Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Palpation. 3-2-3. Prerequisite: Credit or registration in BIOL 116. In depth study of the musculoskeletal system including proper palpation techniques and muscle origin, insertion, action and innervations. (51.0913)

ATTR 232. Advanced Applications in Athletic Training. 1-0-3. Prerequisite: ATTR 222. Advanced preventative taping and wrapping techniques for the upper and lower extremities along with the selection and fitting of supportive and protective equipment. (51.0913)

ATTR 240. Injury Prevention and Health Promotion in Athletic Training. 3-2-3. Prerequisites: C or better in ATTR 211 and 221. Health promotion and sport-specific training strategies for the prevention of injuries and promotion of health and well-being of the physically active (51.0913)

ATTR 250. Psychosocial Issues in Sport and Exercise. 2-2-0. Introduces the common psychosocial aspects, therapeutic communication techniques, and the interventions used with a physically active population. (51.0913)

ATTR 280. Therapeutic Modalities. 3-2-3. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ATTR 220 and either PHYS 101 or 151. Methods and techniques in the application of therapeutic modalities and their use in the treatment of athletic injuries. (51.0913)

ATTR 291. Clinical Experiences I. 2-0-10. Prerequisites: ATTR 102 and credit or registration in ATTR 222. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor with emphasis on basic prevention of injury of the physically active. Fa only. (51.0913)

ATTR 292. Clinical Experiences II. 2-0-10. Prerequisites: ATTR 220, 222. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor with emphasis on protective equipment, advanced techniques in injury prevention, and emergency care. Sp only. (51.0913).

ATTR 298. Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training. 2-2-0. Prerequisite: C or better in ATTR 211. A review of the evidence based practice model including efficient literature searching and the application of formal rules of evidence in evaluating the clinical literature. (51.0913)

ATTR 300. Evaluation of Lower Body Injuries. 3-2-3. Prerequisites: ATTR 222, 230. ATTR majors only.  Theory and application of the evaluation techniques of lower body injuries and illnesses commonly sustained by the physically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 301. Preseason Internship. 1-0-8. Prerequisite: C or better in ATTR 240. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of a clinical preceptor with emphasis on real life experiences with sports seasons. (51.0913)

ATTR 325. Evaluation of Upper Body Injuries. 3-2-3. Prerequisites: ATTR 222,  230. ATTR majors only. Theory and application of the evaluation techniques of upper body injuries and illnesses commonly sustained by the physically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 341. Orthopedic Injury Assessment I. 5-3-11. Prerequisites: C or better in ATTR 212 and 240. Initial course in the theory and both laboratory and clinical applications in the examination and assessment of common orthopedic injury conditions sustained by the physically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 342. Orthopedic Injury Assessment II. 5-3-11. Prerequisites: C or better in ATTR 301 and 341. A continuation course in the theory and both laboratory and clinical applications in the examination and assessment of common orthopedic injury conditions sustained by the physically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 350. Evaluation of Axial Skeleton Injuries. 3-2-3. Prerequisites: ATTR 222, 230. ATTR majors only.  Theory and application of the evaluation techniques of axial skeleton injuries and illnesses commonly sustained by the physically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 361. Therapeutic Interventions I. 5-3-11. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ATTR 212. Methods and techniques in the application of basic and intermediate therapeutic interventions. Laboratory and clinical components utilize athletic training skills emphasizing injury management techniques in a plan of care for the physically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 380. Primary Care of the Athlete. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: ATTR, AHPR, AHSM or HPED major. Theories and applications of primary care for the physically active including: common medical conditions, therapeutic use of drugs, and the use of supplements for enhanced performance. Sp only. (51.0913)

ATTR 390. Preseason Internship. 2-0-10. Prerequisities: ATTR 232, 280, 300. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor with emphasis on real life experiences with sports seasons. (51.0913)

ATTR 391. Clinical Concepts I. 3-0-15. Prerequisite: ATTR 232, 280, 300. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor with emphasis on protective equipment and the assessment and treatment of lower extremity injuries sustained by the physically active. Fa only. (51.0913)

ATTR 392. Clinical Concepts II. 3-0-15. Prerequisite: ATTR 325. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor with emphasis on assessment and treatment of upper extremity injuries sustained by the physically active. Sp only. (51.0913)

ATTR 422. Rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal Injuries I. 2-1-3. Prerequisite: ATTR 300. Concepts of therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation for the physically active who have sustained a musculoskeletal injury. (51.0913)

ATTR 423. Rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal Injuries II. 3-2-3. Prerequisites: ATTR 325 and 422  . Methods and techniques of therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation programs for the physically active who have sustained a musculoskeletal injury. (51.0913)

ATTR 443. Orthopedic Injury Assessment III. 5-3-11. Prerequisites: C or better in ATTR 342. The final course in the theory and both laboratory and clinical applications in the examination and assessment of common orthopedic injury conditions sustained by the physically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 445. General Medical Conditions in Athletic Training. 6-4-11. Prerequisite: C or better in ATTR 443. Theory and both laboratory and clinical components associated with the management of common health conditions, illnesses, and syndromes found in the physically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 462. Therapeutic Interventions II. 5-3-11. Prerequisite: C or better in ATTR 361. Methods and techniques in the application of contemporary therapeutic interventions. Laboratory and clinical components utilize athletic training skills emphasizing injury management techniques in a plan of care for the physically active. (51.0913)

ATTR 480. Athletic Training Administration. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: C or better in ATTR 443. Organizational and administrative topics in the practice of athletic training. (51.0913)

ATTR 490. Sports Medicine Clinical Practicum. 6-0-30. Prerequisite:  permission of  program director. Clinical experience in an area of major responsibility providing total athletic training care for an assigned team area under the guidance of a BOC certified athletic trainer(s) and/or team physician(s). (51.0913)

ATTR 491. Practicum in Athletic Training I. 3-0-15. Prerequisites: ATTR 350,  423. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor with emphasis on assessment and treatment of axial skeletal injury and the rehabilitation and primary care of the physically active. Fa only. (51.0913)

ATTR 492. Practicum in Athletic Training II. 3-0-15. Prerequisite: ATTR 475, 480. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor with emphasis on the total athletic training care of the physically active. Sp only. (51.0913)

ATTR 497. Senior Seminar in Athletic Training I. 1-1-0. Prerequisites: C or better in ATTR 298 and 342 and ENGL 368 or 468. Initial course in capstone series for analyzing current competency and determining a remediation plan in preparation for the Board of Certification national examination. (51.0913)

ATTR 499. Senior Seminar in Athletic Training II. 2-2-0. Prerequisite: C or better in ATTR 497. Final course in capstone series for  analyzing current competency and determining a remediation plan in preparation for the Board of Certification national examination. (51.0913)

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