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ATT 475 Supervised Clinical Education Athletic Training I

Involves supervised clinical education experiences involving directed and self-directed clinical education experiences at the University and off-campus clinical sites. Provides an opportunity for development of critical thinking skills to integrate previously acquired knowledge and skills in clinical practice and the care of patients. Successful course completion includes board examination preparation, clinical synthesis seminar, clinical in-services, practical examinations, clinical performance assessments, and clinical education experiences.
Credit Hours: 4

Prerequisites

ATT 374 with a BC or better and ATT 376 with a BC or better. Admission to the Athletic Training Professional Program and Permission of Program Director.

ATT 476 Supervised Clinical Education Athletic Training II

Involves supervised clinical education experiences involving directed and self-directed clinical education experiences at the University and off-campus clinical sites. Provides an opportunity for development of critical thinking skills to integrate previously acquired knowledge and skills in clinical practice and the care of patients. Successful course completion includes board examination preparation, clinical synthesis seminar, clinical in-services, practical examinations, clinical performance assessments, and clinical education experiences.
Credit Hours: 2

Prerequisites

ATT 475 with a BC or better and ATT 495 with a BC or better. Admission to the Athletic Training Professional Program and Permission of Program Director.

ATT 485 Undergraduate Research in Athletic Training

This course is an experiential education course that focuses on conducting undergraduate research in athletic training and working along with a faculty member.  The students will be engaged in project conception, background literature study, methodology, data collection, analyzing results and possible presentation of research to the larger community. May be repeated for a maximum of 8 credit hours.

Credit Hours: 1-8

Prerequisites

Permission of instructor

ATT 495 Health Care Administration and Quality Improvement in Athletic Training

This course focuses on fundamental principles of administration and evaluation of the delivery of athletic training services in the context of the larger health care system. Strategies to achieve the best patient outcomes by collecting, analyzing, and effecting change using qualitative and quantitative information will be emphasized. Case studies are used to facilitate learning. Students must be admitted into the professional athletic training program to be eligible to enroll in this course.
Credit Hours: 4

Prerequisites

ATT 374 with a BC or better and ATT 376 with a BC or better. Admission to the Athletic Training Professional Program and Permission of Program Director.