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Kinesiology

Information

Information

Leigh Ann Mrotek, Dan Schmidt, Co-Chairpersons

Department Office: Albee 108
Department Telephone: (920) 424-0834

77 or KINESIOL

Faculty

Faculty

Beiser
Peitersen
Biwer
Schmidt
Calvert
Sipes
Johnson
Williams
Maves
Zuberbier
Mrotek

Degrees

Degrees

  • Undergraduate: A major in Athletic Training or Kinesiology can lead to the Bachelor of Science Degree.

  • Graduate: The Department does not currently offer a graduate program in Kinesiology.

Summary of Fields of Study

Summary of Fields of Study

  1. Goal(s)

    • See the Department for a listing of its goal(s).

  2. The Major(s)

    • The Department offers two majors. These are: 1) Athletic Training and 2) Kinesiology. Within the Kinesiology major, there are three emphases. These are:

      • Exercise and Fitness Emphasis,

      • Healthcare-Science Emphasis,

      • Strength and Conditioning Emphasis

  3. The Minor(s)

    • None.

Admission/Graduation Requirements

Admission/Graduation Requirements

Kinesiology

See Department for requirements. www.uwosh.edu/kinesiology/

Athletic Training

Athletic Training majors must be First Aid and CPR certified (American Red Cross or American Heart Association) prior to beginning the professional phase of the program.
See Department for requirements. www.uwosh.edu/kinesiology/

Admission requirements for both the Athletic Training and Kinesiology majors can be found at: www.uwosh.edu/kinesiology/prospective-students

 

Required Core Courses

Required Core Courses

  • None

The Major(s), with Emphases and/or Options


The Major(s), with Emphases and/or Options

1. Kinesiology Major

A.  Exercise and Fitness Emphasis

  • Required Units (crs.): 64 minimum

  • Required Courses:

    • Kinesiology: Kinesiology 121, 122, 170, 171, 173, 201, 280, 331, 349, 350, 351, 352, 361, 368, 370, 407, 443, 447, 480

    • Biology and Microbiology: Biology 105, 211B

B. Healthcare-Science Emphasis

Recommended for students seeking a rigorous course of study in mathematics and physical science related to Healthcare, particularly if graduate education is desired. The Honors version of any course may be substituted.

  • Required Units (crs.): 78 minimum

  • Required Courses:

    • Kinesiology: Kinesiology 280, 331, 349, 350, 351, 361, 368

    • Mathematics: Mathematics171 (or higher) or (204 and 206)

    • Psychology 203 or Mathematics 201 or 301C

    • Chemistry: Chemistry 105, 106, 234, 235, (303 or 305), 334, 335

    • Biology and Microbiology: Biology 105, 112 or Kinesiology 121 and 122; 211, 212, 323

  • 15 Elective credits from the following list:

    • Kinesiology 170, 171, 173, 201, 352, 370, 371, 405, 407,  443, 446, 447, 468, 474;

    • Interdisciplinary 367, 399;

    • Physics 107, 108;

    • Biology 306, 308, 316, 319, 340;

    • Psychology 220, 280, 291, 338, 341, 355, 383, 390, 455;

    •  Physical Education 373, 374.

C. Strength and Conditioning Emphasis

  • Required Units (crs.):

    •  65 minimum
  • Required Courses:

    • Kinesiology: Kinesiology 121, 122, 170, 171, 173, 201, 280, 331, 349, 350, 351, 361, 368, 370, 371, 401, 443, 447, 461, 480

    • Biology and Microbiology:

      Biology 105, 211, 212 

       

2. Athletic Training Major

  • Required Units (crs.): 61 minimum

  • Required Courses:

    • Biology and Microbiology: Biology 105, 211, 212

    • Kinesiology: Kinesiology 121, 122, 171, 173, 189, 201, 241, 242, 245, 246, 248, 280, 287, 289, 331, 337, 343, 344, 347, 350, 351, 363, 368, 370, 387, 389, 401, 437, 468, 485, 487, 489

  • Elective Courses:

    • Kinesiology: Kinesiology 395, 495

The Minor(s)

The Minor(s)

  • None

Course Offering(s)

Course Offering(s)

Kinesiology   104                                           1 (crs.)

AED, CPR, and First Aid (GE)

This course will prepare students to use an Automated External Defibrillator, perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   121                                           1 (crs.)

Orientation to Kinesiology

An introduction to Kinesiology, which is an integrated program of study utilizing information from several core science areas. Topics will include: the various programs of study within the department, the range of employment opportunities in Kinesiology and the roles and responsibilities of Kinesiologists in society.

 

 

Kinesiology   122                                           1 (crs.)

Kinesiology Admissions Seminar

This course consists of activities for students to learn more about the foundations of the field and the professions related to Kinesiology, as well as prepare for admission into programs in the Department of Kinesiology. Prerequisites: A grade of "B" or better in Kinesiology 121 or concurrent enrollment in Kinesiology 121. Biology 211 or concurrent enrollment in Biology 211.

 

 

Kinesiology   170                                           1 (crs.)

Medical Terminology

This course will introduce the prospective student to terminology utilized in upper level coursework and healthcare settings. Prerequisite: Open to students with a major in the Department of Kinesiology.

 

 

Kinesiology   171                                           2 (crs.)

Prevention, Recognition and Treatment of Athletic Injuries

This course provides an introduction to injury prevention, recognition and treatment strategies. Injury prevention principles, injury classification and common injuries will be discussed. Prerequisite: Open to students with a major in the Department of Kinesiology only.

 

 

Kinesiology   173                                           2 (crs.)

Applied Anatomy and Kinesiology

This  course will introduce the prospective student to terminology utilized in upper level departmental coursework and within health care settings. Prerequisite: A grade of "C" (2.0) or better in Kinesiology 170.

 

 

Kinesiology   180                                           1 (crs.)

Basic Rifle Marksmanship (PE)

Positions for target shooting or hunting; aligning sights;  trigger squeeze; care; maintenance; courtesy and safe handling of all firearms. Students will fire .22 caliber rifles on ROTC Range. Prerequisite: Due to range capacity and instructor personnel, preference is given to those with little or no previous training or contact with firearms and who are currently enrolled in ROTC. Special course fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   183                                           1 (crs.)

Military Conditioning (PE)

Students participate in the United States Army's military conditioning and fitness program designed to develop both individual fitness and the leadership skills and knowledge essential to the management of an effective organizational physical fitness program.

 

 

Kinesiology   189                                           2 (crs.)

Athletic Training Directed Observation

This course introduces the prospective athletic training student to some basic injury prevention techniques and practice in the athletic training clinical setting. Prerequisites: "B" or better in Kinesiology 121 and a "B" or better or concurrent enrollment in Kinesiology 170. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   200                                           1-3 (crs.)

Strength and Conditioning Practicum I

This course is designed to facilitate a cooperative learning experience for the second year strength and conditioning student. The practicum I student's responsibilities weigh heavily on exercise technique instruction and correction. The student is also responsible for duties assigned by the site supervisor and/or practicum II student. These duties include general weight room management and maintenance. Prerequisite: Kinesiology 104, Kinesiology 201 and 171.

 

 

Kinesiology   201                                           1 (crs.)

Strength Training Techniques

An introductory weight training course designed to present material related to the training and conditioning of athletes as well as general population. This is achieved through in-class demonstration and application of proper weight training techniques consisting of supplemental, complex, core strength and Olympic lifting exercises. Prerequisite: Admission to the Kinesiology or Athletic Training Majors.

 

 

Kinesiology   215                                           2 (crs.)

Foundations of Human Pathology and Physiology

This course is an introduction to physiology with an emphasis on human cell structure and function.  Alteration of cell function and pathology will be included. Prerequisite: Admission to the athletic training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   241                                           2 (crs.)

Evaluation & Management of Emergent and Acute Conditions

This course prepares the athletic training student to respond to medical emergencies and acute conditions. Students will become prepared to perform lifesaving procedures at the professional rescuer level, minimize transmission of disease, utilize supplemental oxygen and automated external defibrillators. Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training major. Special course fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   242                                           3 (crs.)

Evaluation and Management of Injuries to the Lower Extremity

This course provides a review of human anatomy of the lower extremity as it relates to injuries during physical activity and sport.  An in-depth study of injuries to the lower extremity including mechanism/etiology, signs, symptoms, treatment and management will be undertaken.  Evaluation procedures will be presented, reviewed, practiced and evaluated according to EBP principles. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   245                                           3 (crs.)

Therapeutic Modalities

The course serves to provide the athletic training student with an understanding of the underlying physics, physiological effects, indications, contradictions and techniques of application necessary to use EBP principles in order to select and utilize commonly applied therapeutic modalities in the allied health care setting. Laboratory experiences will be included in the course. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   246                                           2 (crs.)

Evaluation & Management of Injuries to the Head, Spine and Thorax

This course provides a review of human anatomy of the head, spine and thorax as it relates to injuries during physical activity and sport. An in-depth study of injuries to the head, spine and thorax including mechanism/etiology, signs, symptoms, treatment and management will be undertaken. Evaluation procedures will be presented, reviewed, practiced and evaluated according to EBP principles. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   248                                           2 (crs.)

Evaluation & Management of Injuries to the Upper Extremity

This course provides a review of human anatomy of the upper extremity as it relates to injuries during physical activity and sport. An in-depth study of injuries to the upper extremity including mechanism/etiology, signs, symptoms, treatment and management will be undertaken. Evaluation procedures will be presented, reviewed, practiced and evaluated according to EBP principles. Prerequisite: Kinesiology 242, and admission into the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   269                                           1 (crs.)

EBP and Clinical Outcomes Documentation NI Athletic Training

This course will prepare the athletic training student to the principles of Evidence Based Practice (EBP) and using clinical outcomes for use throughout the program. The student will also be prepared to accomplish contemporary documentation procedures in the clinical setting, including the ability to write medical records, compile a patient file and utilize appropriate technology to facilitate record keeping. Prerequisites: Admission into the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   280                                           3 (crs.)

Biomechanics

Structural and mechanical principles involved in human movement; contribution of these principles to the efficiency of human movement. Prerequisites: Admission to the Kinesiology or Athletic Training Majors or declared Physical Education majors. Successful completion Biology 211. Successful completion or concurrent enrollment in Biology 212. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   287                                           1 (crs.)

Beginning Clinical in Athletic Training I

This is the first of two clinical experiences for first-year athletic training students. Students will complete competencies and clinical experiences commensurate with their level in the program under an assigned clinical instructor. Prerequisites: Admission to Athletic Training major and completion of clinical prerequisite requirements. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   289                                           1 (crs.)

Beginning Clinical in Athletic Training II

This is the second of two clinical experiences for first-year athletic training students. Students will complete competencies, proficiencies and clinical experiences commensurate with their level in the program under an assigned clinical instructor. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Kinesiology 287 and completion of clinical prerequisite requirements. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   294                                           1-12 (crs.)

Sophomore Internship in Athletic Training, Sports Medicine and Orthopedics

This is an optional internship designed to provide the sophomore athletic training student with further exposure to athletic training, sports medicine and orthopedics. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   331                                           2 (crs.)

Motor Learning

This course guides the study of the principles of motor skill performance and learning and the application of these theories to physical activities, learners and various environments. Prerequisite: Psychology 101 and admission to the Kinesiology or Athletic Training Majors. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   337                                           3 (crs.)

Evaluation and Management of General Medical Conditions

This course focuses on pathology and common disorders of the organ systems. Focus is on etiology, signs, symptoms, evaluation and treatment according to EBP principles. Students will be exposed to the appropriate knowledge base needed to perform basic assessments and make non-referral/referral decisions. Screening and determination of fitness for activity will also be considered. Labs in basic assessment and care procedures will be included. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   343                                           2 (crs.)

Beginning Therapeutic Exercise

This course serves to provide the athletic training student with an introduction to the theory, science and clinical skills necessary for rehabilitative regimens for individuals injured while participating in sport or physical activity. Students will learn to apply evidence-based therapeutic principles to rehabilitation protocols according to phase of tissue healing and indications/contraindications. Prerequisite: Admission into the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   344                                           2 (crs.)

Advanced Therapeutic Exercise

This course serves to provide the athletic training student with additional theory, and the application of clinical skills necessary to design and implement rehabilitative regimens for individuals injured while participating in sport or physical activity. Students will learn to apply evidence-based skills to rehabilitation protocols according to phase of tissue healing and indications/contraindications. Prerequisites: Kinesiology 343, and admission into the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   347                                           2 (crs.)

Professional Preparation in Athletic Training

This course will prepare the athletic training student for transition into professional practice. The student will learn ethical, legal and professional responsibilities along with how to prepare for certification, licensure and employment or graduate studies. Prerequisites: Kinesiology 344 and admission into the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   349                                           3 (crs.)

Behavioral Aspects of Kinesiology

This course introduces students to psychological, or behavioral, aspects of sport, exercise and physical activity. Students will explore factors that affect performance and psychological development and well-being. Prerequisites: Psychology 101 and admission to the Kinesiology or Athletic Training Majors.

 

 

Kinesiology   350                                           3 (crs.)

Physiology of Exercise

The study of the body's physiological responses and adaptations to acute and chronic bouts of exercise. Training techniques and enhanced physical performance will be emphasized. Prerequisites: Admission to the Kinesiology or Athletic Training majors or declared Physical Education majors. Successful completion of  Biology 212. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   351                                           3 (crs.)

Clinical Nutrition & Weight Management

Introduction to the principles of optimal nutrition, supplementation and weight management as it relates to active and athletic populations. There is additional focus on the needs resulting from special circumstances (i.e. eating disorders, pregnant athletes, etc.). Prerequisites: Biology 212 and admission to the Kinesiology or Athletic Training majors.

 

 

Kinesiology   352                                           3 (crs.)

Fitness Assessment Techniques

A study of testing and evaluation procedures that are commonly used in preparing a health/fitness profile for adult participants in an exercise program. Concepts and techniques in utilizing modern fitness testing instruments and equipment will be taught. Students will also learn to prescribe exercise for sedentary and active populations. Prerequisite: Kinesiology 350.

 

 

Kinesiology   353                                           2 (crs.)

Clinical Experience in Fitness Assessment

Under the supervision of an experienced teacher, students will be involved in the practical application of fitness testing and exercise principles learned in the classroom. Prerequisite: Open to students with a major in the Department of Kinesiology.

 

 

Kinesiology   361                                           3 (crs.)

Medical Aspects of Kinesiology

The course discusses medically related risks and benefits associated with the performance of exercise and physical activity, focusing on cardiovascular, pulmonary and metabolic adaptations. Chronic disease states, acute disease states, pharmacological issues, special populations will be included. Prerequisite: Kinesiology 350.

 

 

Kinesiology   363                                           2 (crs.)

Addictive, Ergogenic and Therapeutic Agents

This course introduces students to legal and illegal substances designed to alter body chemistry, enhance performance and promote healing. Indications, contraindications and effects will be explored along with the legal aspects of pharmacological agents. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   368                                           2 (crs.)

Research Techniques in Kinesiology

The course encourages students to learn to design, critique and prepare a research proposal utilizing APA (American Psychological Association) guidelines and present the proposal to peers and faculty. EBP principles and basic statistical concepts will be reviewed and incorporated into the student's proposal. Prerequisites: Admission to the Kinesiology or Athletic Training majors and one of the following: Psychology 203, Psychology 341, Sociology 281, Math 201, Math 301, Criminal Justice 281, or Economics 210.

 

 

Kinesiology   370                                           3 (crs.)

Principles of Strength Training and Conditioning

Principles and theory of strength training and conditioning for athletic and sedentary populations will be taught. The course will be based on the principles, concepts and guidelines for strength and conditioning according to the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). This course will prepare the student to apply the proper strength training and conditioning exercises for the athletic and sedentary populations based on the goals, indications, contraindications and physical evaluation of the individual. Prerequisite: Kinesiology 350.

 

 

Kinesiology   371                                           3 (crs.)

Strength and Conditioning Program Design

The focus of this course is to develop the many principles of strength training and conditioning, with the final outcome being a comprehensive strength and conditioning manual developed by the student over the course of the semester. In doing so, the student will manipulate many training variables learned in previous courses to design a program that will aid in injury prevention and performance enhancement. Prerequisite: Kinesiology 370.

 

 

Kinesiology   384                                           2 (crs.)

Risk Management, Legal and Ethical Issues in Athletic Training

This class will introduce athletic training students to risk management, legal, and ethical issues pertinent to delivery of healthcare to physically active populations. Prerequisites: Admission to Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   387                                           1 (crs.)

Intermediate Clinical In Athletic Training I

This is the first of two clinical experiences for second year Athletic Training students. Students will complete competencies, proficiencies and clinical experiences commensurate with their level in the program under an assigned clinical instructor. Prerequisites: Kinesiology 289 and completion of clinical prerequisite requirements. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   388                                           1 (crs.)

Medical and Spine Clinical in Athletic Training

This clinical experience is comprised of placements in medical environments where medical and orthopedic issues are emphasized. Prerequisites: Kinesiology 337 and completion of clinical prerequisite requirements.

 

 

Kinesiology   389                                           1 (crs.)

Intermediate Clinical in Athletic Training II

This is the second of two clinical experiences for second year Athletic Training students. Students will complete competencies, proficiencies and clinical experiences commensurate with their level in the program under an assigned clinical instructor. Placements in medical environments where medical and orthopedic issues occur will be included. Prerequisites: Kinesiology 387 and completion of clinical prerequisite requirements. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   395                                           1-12 (crs.)

Junior Internship in Athletic Training, Sports Medicine & Orthopedics

This is an optional internship designed to provide the junior athletic training student with further exposure to athletic training, sports medicine and orthopedics. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   401                                           1 (crs.)

Performance Assessment in Kinesiology

This course will prepare students to assess physical/athletic performance parameters critical to success in athletic/activity settings. The focus will be on administering a reliable and valid testing battery, assessing and interpreting performance data, and developing a plan based on the test data. Prerequisites: Successful completion or concurrent enrollment in Kinesiology 370. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   405                                           2 (crs.)

Exercise and Fitness Leadership

This course will emphasize the principles, concepts and guidelines of adult fitness according to the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). Principles of development, progression and organization of an adult exercise program will be emphasized. Prerequisites: Kinesiology 201 and 352.

 

 

Kinesiology   407                                           3 (crs.)

Clinical Experience in Exercise and Fitness

The course is designed to provide practical, hands-on experience in activities that promote the development of skills and techniques relating to fitness assessment, program management and supervision, and exercise leadership. On-campus experiences will be the primary assigned activity. (Off-campus/community placements may be arranged if deemed necessary.) Prerequisites: Kinesiology 352 and 370 and First Aid and CPR certification (American Red Cross or American Heart Association) Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   425                                           1-3 (crs.)

Current Topics in Kinesiology

This course is designed to facilitate creative and critical thinking of current issues in the ever-changing field of Kinesiology. Topics will be chosen based on their relevance. Prerequisite: Kinesiology 350.

 

 

Kinesiology   437                                           2 (crs.)

Psychosocial Issues in Athletic Training

This course focuses on understanding the psychological factors relative to exercise, injury, inactivity and rehabilitation following injury. Strategies for identifying problems, intervening and making referral are presented.  Performance issues, psychological disorders and health/substance abuse concerns will be explored.  Some laboratory experiences in basic counseling skills will be presented. Prerequisite: Open to students with a major in the Department of Kinesiology only.

 

 

Kinesiology   443                                           2 (crs.)

Exercise Modification and Progression in Strength and Conditioning

This course is designed to give the student knowledge and experience in exercise modification for many different types of individuals/settings (those with physical limitations, injured clients, advanced athletes, settings with minimal equipment, etc.). Alternative methods of strength and conditioning will be demonstrated. This course will also reinforce and expand on strength and conditioning principles, ideas and concepts developed in previous courses. Prerequisite: Kinesiology 370 and 361.

 

 

Kinesiology   446                                           1-3 (crs.)

Independent Study

See Independent Study under Course and Academic Advisement Policies information for and proper contract form requirements. Prerequisite: Open to students with a major in the Department of Kinesiology only.

 

 

Kinesiology   447                                           3 (crs.)

Administration and Facilities Management in Kinesiology

This course is designed to give the student knowledge in several aspects of managing a strength and conditioning facility. Facility design, day-to-day management and administration of the strength and conditioning facility will be discussed. Topics such as facility planning and design, scheduling, maintenance, legal responsibilities and budgeting will be introduced. Prerequisite: Kinesiology 370.

 

 

Kinesiology   456                                           1-3 (crs.)

Related Readings

See Related Readings under Course and Academic Advisement Policies information for general course description, general prerequisites and proper contract form requirements. Prerequisite: Open to students with a major in the Department of Kinesiology only.

 

 

Kinesiology   461                                           3 (crs.)

Clinical Experience in Strength and Conditioning

This course is designed to provide students with clinical experience in the strength training and conditioning environment. Students will be asked to apply classroom knowledge, skills and abilities through this clinical experience. Clinical assignments will be coordinated through the Strength and Conditioning program director. Prerequisites: Kinesiology 370, Current valid CPR and First Aid certification (American Red Cross or American Heart Association), Criminal background check must be completed prior to clinical placement. Special fees may apply.

 

 

Kinesiology   468                                           1 (crs.)

Senior Thesis in Athletic Training

This course allows the student to carry out the research proposal created in Kinesiology 368. The student will collect and interpret data then prepare an article manuscript for submission to university or discipline specific publications and present the project to peers and faculty. Basic statistical concepts and familiarity with appropriate research equipment will be incorporated into the student's project. Prerequisite: Kinesiology 368.

 

 

Kinesiology   474                                           1-6 (crs.)

Honors Thesis

Honors thesis projects include any advanced independent endeavor in the student's major field of study e.g., a written thesis, scientific experiment or research project, or creative arts exhibit or production. Proposals (attached to Independent Study Contract) must show clear promise of honors level work and be approved by a faculty sponsor. Course title for transcript will be 'Honors Thesis'. Completed projects will be announced and presented to interested students and faculty. Prerequisite: Open to students with a major in the Department of Kinesiology.

 

 

Kinesiology   480                                           12 (crs.)

Internship in Kinesiology

The internship provides the opportunity for development and practice at a worksite. Theory, principles and techniques, as well as the skills learned in the classroom. Students are placed in selected business, industry and commercial settings as well as selected strength and conditioning sites.  Prerequisite: Completion of all other undergraduate requirements. Department consent required.

 

 

Kinesiology   485                                           2 (crs.)

Administrative Practices in Athletic Training

This course serves to introduce the advanced level athletic training student to administrative practice issues in the profession and concepts concerning management, personnel and budgeting. This will include an in-depth focus concerning those concepts as they apply specifically to the athletic training setting and the delivery of health care to the physically active. Additional study of record keeping, insurance, emergency care planning, public relations, facility design and the use of technology within these areas will be included. Prerequisites: Kinesiology 344 and admission to the Athletic Training major.

 

 

Kinesiology   487                                           1 (crs.)

Advanced Clinical in Athletic Training

This is the first of two clinical experiences for third year Athletic Training students. Students will complete competencies and proficiencies commensurate with their level in the program as well as clinical experiences under an assigned clinical instructor. Prerequisites: Kinesiology 389 and completion of clinical prerequisite requirements.

 

 

Kinesiology   489                                           1 (crs.)

Capstone Clinical in Athletic Training

This is the second of two clinical experiences for the third year Athletic Training students. Students will complete proficiencies commensurate with their level in the program as well as clinical experiences under an assigned clinical instructor. Prerequisites: Kinesiology 487 and completion of clinical prerequisite requirements.

 

 

Kinesiology   495                                           1-12 (crs.)

Senior Internship in Athletic Training, Sports Medicine & Orthopedics

This is an optional internship designed to provide the senior athletic training student with further exposure to athletic training, sports medicine and orthopedics. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training major.

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