This program structure is an example of the courses you would likely take in this program. For a copy of the official plan of study click HERE.
|HHP 502 Research in Exercise and Sports Science||3|
|NUTR 411 Nutrition for Sports and Exercise||3|
|HHP 550 Psychological Principles||3|
|AHAT 546 General Medical Assessment||3|
|AHAT 534 Athletic Training Techniques I||3|
|AHAT 535 Athletic Training Techniques II||3|
|AHAT 540 Practicum in Athletic Training I||1|
|AHAT 542 Lower Extremity Assessment||3|
|AHAT 544 Upper Extremity Assessment||3|
|AHAT 541 Practicum in Athletic Training II||1|
|AHAT 566 Therapeutic Modalities||3|
|AHAT 572 Therapeutic Exercise||3|
|AHAT 550 Practicum in Athletic Training III||1|
|AHAT 551 Practicum in Athletic Training IV||1|
|AHAT 580 Pharmacology for the Healthcare Professional||3|
|AHAT 578 Organization, Administration in Athletic Training||3|
|HHP 598 Research project OR||3|
|HHP 599 Thesis (2 semesters 3 credits each semester)||6|
|Total minimum credits required for degree||48-51|
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Our office is located in McMullen Hall, Room 200. The office is open from 8:00 to 5:00 (Mountain time) Monday through Friday. Office: 406-657-2238 Fax: 406-657-2302.