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Main Campus
Health & Human Services Building

Student Services (Advising)
419.530.5366
CHHSAdvising@utoledo.edu


Dean's Office
Room HH 3302
Toledo, OH 43606
CHHSdean@utoledo.edu

POST-PROFESSIONAL ATHLETIC TRAINING PROGRAM
CURRICULUM

Fall - First Year

Spring - First Year

KINE 6720 - Advanced Clinical Anatomy
 2 
KINE 6680 - Advanced Interventions I
 2 
KINE 6670 - Pathology of Orthopedic Injury
3
KINE 6410 - Clinical Biomechanics
2
KINE 6660 - Evidence-Based practice
2
KINE 5110 - Stats
3
KINE 7310 - Clinical APplications I
1
KINE 7320 - Clinical Applications II
1
KINE 6910 - Introduction to SM Research I
1
KINE 6920 - Introduction to SM Research ii
1
9 Credit Hours
9 Credit Hours

Fall - Second Year

Spring - Second Year

KINE 6600 - Current Issues & Topics in AT
 3 
KINE 6690 - Advanced Interventions II
 3 
KINE 7330 - Clinical Applications III
 2 
KINE 7340 - Clinical Applications IV
 2 
KINE 6990 - Thesis
 4 
KINE 6990 - ThesiS
 4 
9 CREDIT HOURS
9 CREDIT HOURS

In order for students to progress in the program, students must meet the following:

  1. Complete each course with a C or higher
  2. Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher

In order for students to earn the degree of Masters of Science in Exercise Science with a concentration in Athletic Training, students must meet the following:

  1. Complete all courses listed above with a C or higher
  2. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  3. Successfully complete a thesis project, which includes a written thesis document and oral thesis defense
  4. Complete all requirements of the College of Graduate Studies
Last Updated: 9/18/17