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Mission Statement

The CAATE Accredited Athletic Training Majorat The College at Brockport is committed to preparing its students to become extraordinary certified athletic trainers. The program is comprised of highly motivated students who are committed to pursuing a career in the field of athletic training. The program curriculum is designed to provide the athletic training student with a thorough education in Athletic Training through comprehensive didactic coursework and supervised clinical education. The College at Brockport Athletic Training Program is committed to becoming a program of recognized excellence and whose graduates are leaders in the allied health community.

Educational Goals

  1. To provide undergraduate students at The College at Brockport an avenue for attainment of Certification by the Board of Certification.
  2. To provide undergraduate students accepted into the Athletic Training major with the required didactic knowledge through classroom instruction in the following areas:
    • Risk Management and Injury Prevention
    • Pathology of Injuries and Illnesses
    • Assessment and Evaluation
    • Acute Care of Injury and Illness
    • Pharmacology
    • Therapeutic Modalities
    • Therapeutic Exercise
    • General Medical Conditions and Disabilities
    • Nutritional Aspects on Injury and Illness
    • Psychosocial Intervention and Referral
    • Health Care Administration
    • Professional Development and Responsibilities
  3. To provide undergraduate students accepted into the Athletic Training major with the required clinical instruction in the areas of:
    • Risk Management and Injury Prevention
    • Pathology of Injuries and Illnesses
    • Assessment and Evaluation
    • Acute Care of Injury and Illness
    • Pharmacology
    • Therapeutic Modalities
    • Therapeutic Exercise
    • General Medical Conditions and Disabilities
    • Nutritional Aspects on Injury and Illness
    • Psychosocial Intervention and Referral
    • Health Care Administration
    • Professional Development and Responsibilities
  4. To provide undergraduate students accepted into the Athletic Training major the opportunity to incorporate both clinical and didactic knowledge into the clinical experience in order to develop the specific competencies pertaining to the domains of health care to the physically active while under the supervision of a Preceptor.
  5. To provide the undergraduate students accepted into the Athletic Training major with the opportunity to successfully complete each of the specific competencies and clinical integration proficiencies pertaining to the areas of:
    • Risk Management and Injury Prevention
    • Pathology of Injuries and Illnesses
    • Assessment and Evaluation
    • Acute Care of Injury and Illness
    • Pharmacology
    • Therapeutic Modalities
    • Therapeutic Exercise
    • General Medical Conditions and Disabilities
    • Nutritional Aspects on Injury and Illness
    • Psychosocial Intervention and Referral
    • Health Care Administration
    • Professional Development and Responsibilities
  6. To provide undergraduate students accepted into the Athletic Training major with the opportunity to complete the necessary requirements in order to be eligible to take the Board of Certification Exam.
  7. To produce professional, high quality Athletic Trainers to enter the profession of Athletic Training.

Student Learning Objectives

  1. Student will demonstrate the ability to define the basic elements of Anatomy & Physiology.
  2. Student will demonstrate the ability to apply injury prevention strategies and techniques.
  3. Student will demonstrate the ability to apply the concepts of injury etiology and pathology to specific injuries.
  4. Student will be able to employ injury evaluation and management techniques.
  5. Student will be able to employ strengthening, conditioning and rehabilitation techniques in athletic training.
  6. Student will demonstrate the ability to analyze rehabilitation and conditioning techniques.
  7. Student will demonstrate the ability to describe the basic administrative concepts in athletic training.
  8. Student will be able to apply administrative concepts and practices to their clinical experience and clinical integration proficiencies.
  9. Student will successfully fulfill each of the Clinical Integration Proficiencies in athletic training.
  10. Student will successfully complete the BOC certification exam.

Last Updated 10/12/17

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