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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Sports Health/Athletic Training 3+2 (BS/MS)


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In an attempt to capture and cultivate students interested in Athletic Training and who come to the University of Delaware as freshman students, this hybrid “3+2” model has been created whereby students will matriculate for their first 3 years as undergraduate students gaining the necessary pre-requisite coursework and checking off additional admissions requirements as needed for the entry-level master’s degree program in Athletic Training.  It is anticipated that the initial 28 credit hours of graduate coursework taken during the 1styear of the entry-level master’s degree program in Athletic Training would be used to satisfy the 120 minimum credit hours required for the baccalaureate degree (Sports Health), with the additional coursework credit hours being used to satisfy the graduate degree.  Because there are no other Athletic Training education programs in the State of Delaware from which students could feed into UD’s entry-level MS-AT program, this unique “3+2” model will provide students who are native to UD an opportunity to merge directly into the MS-AT program if all admissions requirements are satisfied.  Students in Sports Health should seek academic guidance from faculty/staff members in Athletic Training to insure that all requirements are satisfied and will be directed to apply for admission to the MS-AT program during their 3rdyear.  The following combines the coursework requirements of the two programs (Sports Health + Athletic Training):

Sports Health (3 years)


University Requirements:


  • ENGL 110 - Seminar in Composition (3cr.)  (C- minimum)
  • First Year Seminar (FYS) (0-4 credits)
  • Discovery Learning Experience (DLE) (three credits)
  • Multicultural Requirement (three credits)
  • Breadth Requirements (C-minimum): Creative ARs and Humanities (three credits)
  • History and Cultural Change (three credits)
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences (three credits)
  • Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Technology (three credits)
  • Capstone Experience

Athletic Training (2 years)


Program Requirements:


The courses listed are taken in a sequential manner over a two consecutive year period (beginning summer). B- or higher required in all program requirements:

  • KAAP 605 - Pathoetiology of Musculoskeletal Injuries (3cr.)
  • KAAP 606 - Evidence-Based Sports Medicine (3cr.)
  • KAAP 608 - Emergency Care of Sport-Related Injuries and Illnesses (3cr.)
  • KAAP 611 - Therapeutic Modalities (4cr.)
  • KAAP 610 - Advanced Taping and Bracing Techniques (1cr.)
  • KAAP 612 - Athletic Performance Enhancement (3cr.)
  • KAAP 613 - Sports Medicine Pharmacology (3cr.)
  • KAAP 618 - Diagnostic Testing Across the Healthcare Spectrum (3cr.)
  • KAAP 619 - Core Concepts in Athletic Training (3cr.)
  • KAAP 621 - Upper Extremity and Spine Evaluation with Lab (4cr.)
  • KAAP 622 - Lower Extremity and Spine Evaluation with Lab (4cr.)
  • KAAP 623 - Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries I (3cr.)
  • KAAP 624 - Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries II (3cr.)
  • KAAP 648 - Organization and Administration of Athletic Training (3cr.)
  • KAAP 690 - Athletic Training Evidence-Based Practicum I (1cr.)
  • KAAP 691 - Athletic Training Evidence-Based Practicum II (1cr.)
  • KAAP 692 - Athletic Training Evidence-Based Practicum III (1cr.)
  • KAAP 693 - Athletic Training Evidence-Based Practicum IV (1cr.)
  • KAAP 694 - Athletic Training Evidence-Based Practicum V (3cr.) *
  • KAAP 840 - Advanced Human Anatomy (3cr.)
  • UAPP 657 - Health Policy (3cr.)

Note:


* During the final semester in the MS-AT degree program all students will be required to do a semester-long full-immersion clinical experience at a site of their choice (students register for KAAP 694).

CAATE accreditation standards do not allow for any deviations in our planned program of study.

Last Revised 2018-2019 Academic Year


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