Athletic Training

Requirements & Courses

Courses

  • IPH
    105
    .
    Clinical Experience Athletic Training I
    1
    Combines the required proficiencies of a level one student with a clinical field experience.
  • IPH
    106
    .
    Clinical Experience Athletic Training II
    1
    B or better in IPH-105 or Permission
    Combines the required proficiencies of a level one student with a clinical field experience.
  • IPH
    205
    .
    Athletic Training III
    1
    B or better in IPH-106 or Permission
    Combines the required proficiencies of a level two student with a clinical field experience.
  • IPH
    206
    .
    Athletic Training IV
    1
    B or better in IPH-205 or Permission
    Combines the required proficiencies of a level two student with a clinical field experience.
  • IPH
    220
    .
    Nutrition
    4
    Introduction to human nutrition including identification, function and food sources of required nutrients. Application of principles of normal nutrition to special issues (e.g., physical performance, obesity, pathology.) Course fee.
  • IPH
    221
    .
    First Aid and CPR
    2
    Introduction to basic first aid and CPR. Satisfactory completion of this course qualifies student for American Red Cross Certificate.
  • IPH
    222
    .
    Principles of Athletic Training
    4
    IPH-221
    Introduction to the general principles of athletic injuries. Course fee.
  • IPH
    *
    225
    .
    Human Physiology I
    4
    BIO-121
    Study of physiological functions of the human body and the relationship of systems to the maintenance of homeostatic balance. Includes applications of physiological principles to practical issues in medicine and physical performance. Laboratory. Course fee.
  • IPH
    *
    226
    .
    Human Physiology II
    4
    BIO-121 and IPH-225, may take IPH-344 concurrently
    Study of physiological functions of the human body and the relationship of systems to the maintenance of homeostatic balance. Includes applications of physiological principles to practical issues in medicine and physical performance. Laboratory. Course fee.
  • IPH
    *
    305
    .
    Clinical Athletic Training V
    1
    B or better in IPH-206 or Permission
    Combines the required proficiencies of a level three student with a clinical field experience.
  • IPH
    *
    306
    .
    Clinical Athletic Training Vi
    1
    B or better in IPH-305 or Permission
    Combines the required proficiencies of a level three student with a clinical field experience.
  • IPH
    *
    323
    .
    Therapeutic Modalities
    2-3
    Permission
    Physiological principles and application of various therapeutic modalities utilized in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Laboratory.
  • IPH
    *
    324
    .
    Therapeutic Exercise
    2-3
    IPH-226 and Permission
    Methods and principles utilized in the rehabilitation of injuries of the physically active. Laboratory.
  • IPH
    *
    325
    .
    Orthopedic Assessment I
    4
    Permission
    Knowledge and practical application of theory and assessment methods necessary for the recognition of signs and symptoms of upper extremity injuries. Laboratory.
  • IPH
    *
    326
    .
    Orthopedic Assessment II
    4
    Permission
    Knowledge and practical application of theory and assessment methods necessary for the recognition of signs and symptoms of lower extremity injuries. Laboratory.
  • IPH
    *
    327
    .
    Physiology of Exercise
    4
    IPH-226 or BIO-207
    Exploration of the physiological process in relation to exercise in everyday life, and to sports and recreational activities. Laboratory. Course fee.
  • IPH
    *
    328
    .
    Human Diseases
    4
    IPH-226, BIO-207 or Permission
    Introduction to the pathophysiologic study of disease in humans.
  • IPH
    *
    340
    .
    Pharmacology
    4
    IPH-226 or BIO-207
    Overview of the major concepts of pharmaceutical sciences. Includes the study of basic pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic principles as related to the major classes of drugs used in the clinical setting today.
  • IPH
    *
    345
    .
    Biomechanics I
    2
    IPH-344
    Introduction to the mechanical foundations of human movement with emphasis on applications to sports techniques and activities. Quantitative analysis of static equilibrium, linear and angular motion and relevant external forces.
  • IPH
    *
    405
    .
    Clinical Athletic Training Vii
    1
    B or better in IPH-306 or Permission
    Combines the required proficiencies of a level four student with a clinical field experience.
  • IPH
    *
    406
    .
    Clinical Athletic Training VIII
    1
    B or better in IPH-405 or Permission
    Combines the required proficiencies of a level four student with a clinical field experience.
  • IPH
    *
    427
    .
    Administration of Athletic Training
    4
    Prepares the athletic training student with the organizational and administrative theories utilized in the management of an athletic training facility.