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ATHLETIC TRAINING (HAT)

Professor Deidre Leaver-Dunn, Director
Office: 116 Foster Auditorium

HAT 257 Introduction to Athletic Training. Three hours.

The study of current principles in prevention; recognition, evaluation, and assessment; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses to athletes and others engaged in physical activity.

HAT 258 Clinical in Athletic Training. One hour.

NOTE: Students must be enrolled in this course during the semester of ATEP application.

The study and practice of clinical skills in prevention; recognition, evaluation, and assessment; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses to athletes and others participating in physical activity. Clinical experiences under the guidance of NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainers. Offered spring semester.

HAT 272 First Aid, Safety, and CPR. Two hours.

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

HAT 300 Topics in Athletic Training. Four hours.

Study and discussion of topics related to prevention; recognition, evaluation, and assessment; immediate care; and treatment, rehabilitation, and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses to athletes and others engaged in physical activity. Introduction to the organization and administration of athletic training programs. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainers.

HAT 357 Injury Evaluation and Rehabilitation I. Four hours.

Prerequisites: Admission to the ATEP, HAT 259, BSC 215, and NHM 315.

Corequisites: BSC 216 and HPE 365.

Three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory per week. Study of the lower extremities as they relate to the prevention; recognition, evaluation, and assessment; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses to athletes and others engaged in physical activity. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainers. Offered spring semester.

HAT 358 Injury Evaluation and Rehabilitation II. Four hours.

Prerequisites: Admission to the ATEP, HAT 259, HAT 357, BSC 215, BSC 216, HPE 365, and NHM 315.

Corequisites: HAT 457 and PH 101.

Three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory per week. Study of the upper extremities as they relate to the prevention; recognition, evaluation, and assessment; immediate care and treatment; and rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses to athletes and others engaged in physical activity. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainers. Offered fall semester.

HAT 359 Practicum In Athletic Training. Three hours.

Prerequisites: Admission to the ATEP, HAT 259, HAT 357, HAT 358, HAT 456, HAT 457, HPE 365, HPE 492, BSC 215, BSC 216, PH 101, and NHM 315.

Directed practicum in the professions of athletic training and sports medicine under the direct supervision of certified or licensed medical and allied health professionals. Offered summer semester.

HAT 360 Injury Evaluation and Rehabilitation III. Four hours.

The study of head, neck, face, abdomen, thorax, and thoracic and lumbar spines as they relate to the prevention; recognition, evaluation, and assessment; immediate care; and treatment, rehabilitation, and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses to athletes and others engaged in physical activities. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainers.

HAT 454 Organization and Administration in Athletic Training. Three hours.

The study of the organization and administration of athletic health care programs.

HAT 455 Pharmacology and Pathology in Athletic Training. Three hours.

Prerequisites: Admission to the ATEP, HAT 259, HAT 357, HAT 358, HAT 457, HPE 365, BSC 215, BSC 216, PH 101, and NHM 315.

The study of acute and chronic illnesses and their response to, and impact on, physical activity. Discussion of pharmacological agents used on athletes and others engaged in physical activity. Offered fall semester.

HAT 456 Rehabilitation Techniques in Athletic Training. Four hours.

Prerequisites: Admission to the ATEP, HAT 259, HAT 357, HAT 358, HAT 457, HPE 365, BSC 215, BSC 216, PH 101, and NHM 315.

Corequisite: HPE 492.

Three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory per week. Methods, theories, and techniques in the rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries to athletes and others engaged in physical activity. The evaluation of injuries relative to rehabilitation. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainers. Offered spring semester.

HAT 457 Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training. Four hours.

Prerequisites: Admission to the ATEP, HAT 259, HAT 358, BSC 215, BSC 216, and NHM 315.

Corequisites: HAT 358 and HPE 365.

Three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory per week. Current theories, methods, and techniques in the application of therapeutic modalities during the treatment and rehabilitation, and reconditioning of injuries to athletes and others engaged in physical activity. The evaluation of injuries relative to therapeutic modalities. Clinical experiences under the direct supervision of NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainers. Offered fall semester.

HAT 458 Seminar in Athletic Training. Three hours.

Prerequisites: Admission to the ATEP, HAT 259, HAT 357, HAT 358, HAT 359, HAT 456, HAT 457, HPE 365, HPE 492, BSC 215, BSC 216, PH 101, and NHM 315.

Discussion of issues in research in athletic training. Review of specific competencies in athletic training. Offered spring semester.

HAT 488 Internship in Athletic Training. One to twelve hours.

Directed internship in a health care facility serving athletes or others involved in physical activity. Offered in the spring, summer, and fall semesters.

HAT 496 Independent Study in Athletic Training. One to twelve hours.

Individualized didactic and clinical experiences focusing on specific domains within the scope of practice of athletic training. Offered in the spring, summer, and fall semesters.

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