University of Vermont

2011-12 Online Catalogue

Courses in Athletic Training (AT)

AT 155 - Emergency Med. Response in AT
Students will obtain skills and instruction necessary for emergency response in athletic training. Students will be prepared for certification in American Red Cross Emergency Medical Response, including CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer and Emergency Oxygen Administration. For AT majors only.
Credits: 3.00
AT 158 - Fundamentals of Athletic Trng
This is a required course for students admitted into the Athletic Training Education Program, to be completed during their first year of study. The course has both lecture and laboratory components. Pre/co-requisite: AT 168.
Credits: 4.00
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.
Credits: 1.00
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.
Credits: 1.00
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.
Credits: 1.00
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.
Credits: 1.00
AT 168 - Directed Obsv. in Athl Trng
Students will be expected to complete 50 hours of directed observation experience in the athletic training setting, or as assigned by the instructor.
Credits: 1.00
AT 169 - Clinical Experience in AT I
Students gain clinical experiences under the direct supervision of an ATEP approved preceptor. Prequisites: AT 158, AT 178.
Credits: 1.00
AT 170 - Clinical Experience in AT II
Students gain clinical experiences under the direct supervision of an ATEP approved preceptor.
Credits: 1.00
AT 171 - Clinical Experience in AT III
Students gain clinical experiences under the direct supervision of an ATEP approved preceptor.
Credits: 1.00
AT 172 - Clinical Experience in AT IV
Students gain clinical experiences under the direct supervision of an ATEP approved preceptor.
Credits: 1.00
AT 173 - Clinical Experience in AT V
The senior clinical experience shall consist of supervised fieldwork designed to give students a culminating experience for their professional development. These traditionally consist of both on and off-campus experiences in various settings including high-school, college, orthopedic clinics and research. Pre/co-requisites: Senior standing in Athletic Training Education Program.
Credits: 6.00 to 12.00
AT 174 - Clinical Experience in AT VI
The senior clinical experience shall consist of supervised fieldwork designed to give students a culminating experience for their professional development. These traditionally consist of both on and off-campus experiences in various settings including high-school, college, orthopedic clinics and research. Pre/co-requisites: Senior standing in Athletic Training Education Program.
Credits: 6.00 to 12.00
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 189 - Recog & Tx of Med Cond in AT
Contemporary general medical issues in the field of Athletic Training. Topics include general medical conditions and disabilities, systemic diseases, pharmacology, and male & female health issues. Pre/co-requisites: Junior standing; Athletic Training Major.
Credits: 3.00
AT 190 - Senior Seminar in AT I
This seminar serves to promote professional development and demonstration of ATEP proficiency skills through assignments and discussion. This includes creating individualized development plans, resume building, graduate school application/job searching, and preparation for the Board of Certification (BOC) exam for AT's. Pre/co-requisite: Senior standing in Athletic Training Education Program.
Credits: 2.00
AT 192 - Senior Seminar in AT II
This seminar serves as a capstone senior course with a primary focus on preparation for the Board of Certification (BOC) exam for AT's. Students also present a case study or debate a current professional topic in preparation for professional matriculation. Prerequisites:AT 159, AT 160, AT 161, AT 162, AT 184, AT 185, AT 187, AT 189, AT 190, RMS 188, RMS 244.
Credits: 2.00
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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