University of Vermont

2010-11 Online Catalogue

Courses in Athletic Training (AT)

AT 157 - Care & Prevention Athletic Inj
An introduction to athletic training. Course focuses on prevention, recognition, and care of injuries incurred by the physically active.
Credits: 3.00
AT 158 - Directed Obsv in Athletic Trng
A laboratory sequence offered for those students seeking admission into the Athletic Training Education Program. Course includes development of clinical skills and 60 clinical experience hours. Pre/co-requisites: 158 must be taken concurrently with 157.
Credits: 2.00
AT 159 - Practicum in Athletic Trng I
Course one in a series of practicum courses that sequentially develop clinical skills in a laboratory learning environment. Students are provided clinical assignments. Pre/co-requisite: Acceptance into the Athletic Training Education Program.
Credits: 2.00
AT 160 - Practicum in Athletic Trng II
Course two in a series of practicum courses that sequentially develop clinical skills in a laboratory learning environment. Students are provided clinical assignments. Pre/co-requisite: Acceptance into the Athletic Training Education Program.
Credits: 2.00
AT 161 - Practicum in Athletic Trng III
Course three in a series of practicum courses that sequentially develop clinical skills in a laboratory learning environment. Students are provided clinical assignments. Pre/co-requisite: Acceptance into the Athletic Training Education Program.
Credits: 2.00
AT 162 - Practicum in Athletic Trng IV
Course four in a series of practicum courses that sequentially develop clinical skills in a laboratory learning environment. Students are provided clinical assignments. Pre/co-requisite: Acceptance into the Athletic Training Education Program.
Credits: 2.00
AT 184 - Injury Eval & Recognition I
Evaluation and recognition of injuries to the head, neck, and lower extremities. Areas covered include injury mechanisms, etiology, pathology, and clinical signs and symptoms. Pre/co-requisites: AT 157 and AT 158.
Credits: 4.00
AT 185 - Injury Eval & Recognition II
Evaluation and recognition of injuries to the spine and upper extremities. Areas covered include injury mechanisms, etiology, pathology, and clinical signs and symptoms. Pre/co-requisite: AT 184.
Credits: 4.00
AT 187 - Rehabilitation Techniques
Post-injury and post-operative rehabilitation and conditioning techniques involved in returning an active individual to normal and athletic activity. Pre/co-requisite: AT 157, AT 158, AT 184.
Credits: 3.00
AT 190 - Senior Clinical Experience I
Supervised field work in both on and off-campus experiences in Athletic Training settings including: High School, Clinic, College/University, and Professional Sports. Pre/co-requisite: Senior standing in Athletic Training Education Program.
Credits: 6.00 to 12.00
AT 192 - Senior Clinical Experience II
Supervised fieldwork in both on and off-campus Athletic Training settings including: High School, Clinic, College/University, Research, and Professional Sports. Pre/co-requisites: AT 190, Senior standing in Athletic Training Education Program.
Credits: 6.00 to 12.00
AT 195 - Special Topics in Athl Trng
Contemporary issues in the field of Athletic Training. Topics include: pharmacology, general medical conditions and disabilities, male & female health issues, and psychology in sport. Pre/co-requisite: Junior standing and Athletic Training major.
Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
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