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Course of Study for All Students Entering Brockport Prior to Fall 2015 and Transfer Students Entering Brockport in Fall 2015 or Earlier

 

Prerequisites

Course Credits
BIO 221 Survey of Anatomy & Physiology 4
PES 385 Basic Athletic Training 3

 

Required General Education Courses

Course Credits
PSH 110 Principles of Psychology 3

 

Academic Core Requirements

Course Credits
BIO 321 Anatomy & Physiology I 4
BIO 322 Anatomy & Physiology II 4
PBH 311 or PES 415 Nutrition or Nutrition for Exercise and Sport 3
PBH 301 or PBH 306 Principles of Health Living or Contemporary Issues in Health 3
PES 325 Kinesiological Bases for Exercise and Sport 4
PES 335 Physiological Bases for Exercise and Sport 4
PES 439 Motor Learning 3
PES 420 Biomechanics 3
PES 430 Foundations of Sport & Exercise Psychology 3
PSH 202 Introductory Statistics 3

 

Required Professional Courses

Course Credits
PEP 255 Taping for Athletic Training 1
PES 411 Advanced Athletic Training 3
PEP 412 Athletic Injury Assessment I 3
PEP 413 Athletic Injury Assessment II 3
PEP 356 Therapeutic Modalities 3
PEP 358 Therapeutic Exercise 3
PEP 359 Organization and Administration of AT 3
PEP 362 Strength and Conditioning for AT 3

 

Required Clinical Experience Courses

Course Credits
PEP 471 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training I 1
PEP 472 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training II 1
PEP 473 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training III 1
PEP 474 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training IV 1
PEP 475 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training V 1

Course of Study for All Students Entering Brockport as Freshman in the Fall 2015 or After

 

Prerequisites

Course Credits
BIO 221 Survey of Anatomy & Physiology 4
PES 385 Basic Athletic Training 3

 

Required General Education Courses

Course Credits
PSH 110 Principles of Psychology 3

 

Academic Core Requirements

Course Credits
BIO 321 Anatomy & Physiology I 4
BIO 322 Anatomy & Physiology II 4
PBH 301 or PBH 306 Principles of Health Living or Contemporary Issues in Health 3
PES 325 Kinesiological Bases for Exercise and Sport 4
PES 335 Physiological Bases for Exercise and Sport 4
PES 415 Nutrition for Exercise and Sport 3
PES 439 Motor Learning 3
PES 420 Biomechanics 3
PES 430 Foundations of Sport & Exercise Psychology 3
PSH 202 Introductory Statistics 3

 

Required Professional Courses

Course Credits
PEP 255 Taping for Athletic Training 1
PEP 356 Therapeutic Modalities 3
PEP 358 Therapeutic Exercise 3
PEP 359 Organization and Administration of AT 3
PEP 362 Strength and Conditioning for AT 3
PES 411 Advanced Athletic Training 3
PEP 412 Athletic Injury Assessment I 3
PEP 413 Athletic Injury Assessment II 3
PEP 414 Seminar in Athletic Training I 1
PEP 415 Seminar in Athletic Training II 1
PEP 416 Seminar in Athletic Training III 1
PEP 417 Seminar in Athletic Training IV 1
PEP 418 Seminar in Athletic Training V 1

 

Required Clinical Experience Courses

Course Credits
PEP 471 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training I 2
PEP 472 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training II 2
PEP 473 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training III 2
PEP 474 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training IV 2
PEP 475 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training V 2

 

Admission Requirements

Students who are admitted to the college and declare Athletic Training as a major will be declared as “Athletic Training Intents” as freshman. All “Athletic Training Intents” will complete BIO 221 Survey of Anatomy and Physiology and PES 385 Basic Athletic Training. In order to continue into professional portion of the major all students will apply during the fall semester of their sophomore year. This application process will involve a competitive admission process as the number of spots available in the program are limited by CAATE student/instructor ratios. The application process is as follows:

Competitive Admission Procedures:
The professional phase of the Athletic Training Major accepts students on a competitive selection process based upon the number of clinical experience spots available. In the event that the number of applicants exceeds the availability of openings for admission, the following criteria will be used as a selective admissions process. Applicants will be ranked based on the following:

  • Cumulative GPA (2.5 minimum/4.0)
  • Final grades in PES 385 and BIO 221 or BIO 321
  • Final grades in other Athletic Training related coursework:
    • PES 411, PEP 356, PES 325, PES 335
  • Personal Interview

Admission into the professional phase of the major will be based upon the composite ranking of the criteria listed above. The students with the highest rankings will be admitted into the program until all available spots have been filled. The number of students admitted into the program will vary by year based upon the number of graduating and returning students. The Athletic Training Program Director has the final authority on all admission decisions. The Athletic Training Program reserves the right to not fill all available spots if the Athletic Training Staff does not feel that there are enough minimally qualified candidates in any given year.

If not selected into the program, students may reapply the following year. There is no limit on the number of times an applicant may apply to the professional part of the Athletic Training Major.

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Last Updated 8/21/18

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