Graduate Athletic Training Program - Master of Science in Exercise Science
Concentration in Athletic Training:
Within the Master of Science in Exercise Science degree, a concentration in Athletic Training is available to students that:
- Have graduated from a CAATE accredited undergraduate or entry-level master’s Athletic Training education program.
- Are certified or are eligible for certification by the NATABOC.
- Are eligible for Ohio Athletic Training licensure.
The Post-Professional Athletic Training Education Program represents an advanced academic program with associated clinical experience opportunities. Students are encouraged to pursue various sports medicine related topics through their course of study and exposure to research in their chosen topic. Students may be assigned to external assistantships to provide athletic training services in a variety of settings including Division I intercollegiate athletics and high schools.
Total Minimum Required Semester Hours – 48
Athletic Training Core – 27 Hours
|KINE 6600||Current Issues and Topics in Athletic Training||3|
|KINE 6660||Evidence-Based Approach to Physical Rehabilitation||3|
|KINE 6670||Pathomechanics of Musculoskeletal Injury||3|
|KINE 6680||Interventions in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine||3|
|KINE 6720||Anatomical Concepts for Clinical Practice||3|
|KINE 6990||Clinical Experiences I, II and III in Athletic Training||9|
|KINE 6990||Ind. Study: Teaching Experience||3|
Research Foundations – 15 Hours
|KINE 5110||Measurement and Statistical Inference in Human Performance||3|
|KINE 6230||Scientific Writing and Research Methods||3|
|KINE 6200||Biomechanical Instrumentation||3|
Kinesiology Core – 6 Hours
|KINE 6130||Biomechanics of Human Motion||3|
|KINE 6100||Physiology of Exercise||3|