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Athletic Training - B.S.AT. 
Studies :
Undergraduate Studies
Degree :
Bachelor's
Department :
KIN - Athletic Training

 



 
Athletic Training - B.S.AT.
 
 

The Bachelor of Science Athletic Training Degree is housed within the Department of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences and consists of a major field of study of 54 credits.  This portion of the curriculum would largely encompass professional education courses designed to prepare students to become certified athletic trainers in the field. 

The students will obtain clinical experiences in a variety of settings: college, high school, sports medicine clinics, and attempts will be made for professional sports and performing arts opportunities.  Each student will be required to complete supervised clinical education rotations throughout their undergraduate program of study.

The Athletic Training Program at the University of Miami is an undergraduate program that is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The Athletic Training program leads to eligibility to sit for the Board of Certification examination and to enter the profession of athletic training.
 
BOC
Exam Data

 

# of Graduates

# Exams Taken

Passed of 1st Attempt

Overall Pass Rate

Class of 2010

7

6

83%

100%

Class of 2011

4

5

              80%

  80%

Class of 2012

8

9

88.89%

100%

Class of 2013

13

12

91.67%

   91.67%   

 
The three year aggregate 1st time pass rate = 88.46% and the overall pass rate= 92.31%
 
 
Note: Programs, program components, and courses subject to change.
 



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  Athletic Training Component (Required)

 
  
KIN140  Introduction to Athletic Training ( Req )
 
  
KIN141  Introduction to Athletic Training Lab ( Req )
 
  
KIN145  Responding to Emergencies ( Req )
 
  
KIN202  Applied Nutrition for Health and Performance ( Req )
 
  
KIN210  Foundations in Athletic Training ( Req )
 
  
KIN212  Elements of Sport Psychology ( Req )
 
  
KIN221  Bioenergetics and Skeletal Muscle Physiology ( Req )
 
  
KIN230  Medical Terminology and Documentation ( Req )
 
  
KIN232  Basic Human Physiology ( Req )
 
  
KIN234  Functional Human Anatomy ( Req )
 
  
KIN235  Personal and Community Health ( Req )
 
  
KIN250  Orthopedic Assessment: Lower Extremity ( Req )
 
  
KIN251  Orthopedic Assessment: Lower Extremity Lab ( Req )
 
  
KIN260  Orthopedic Assessment: Upper Extremity ( Req )
 
  
KIN261  Orthopedic Assessment: Upper Extremity Lab ( Req )
 
  
KIN264  General Medical Conditions Evaluation ( Req )
 
  
KIN345  Kinesiology ( Req )
 
  
KIN365  Principles of Exercise Prescription ( Req )
 
  
KIN443  Clinical Athletic Training Lab I ( Req )
 
  
KIN444  Clinical Athletic Training Lab II ( Req )
 
  
KIN455  Clinical Athletic Training Lab III ( Req )
 
  
KIN456  Clinical Athletic Training Lab IV ( Req )
 
  
KIN461  Therapeutic Modalities ( Req )
 
  
KIN462  Therapeutic Modalities Laboratory ( Req )
 
  
KIN463  Therapeutic Rehabilitation ( Req )
 
  
KIN464  Therapeutic Rehabilitation Laboratory ( Req )
 
  
KIN465  Pharmacology ( Req )
 
  
KIN470  Administrative Aspects of Athletic Training ( Req )
 
  
KIN476  Seminar in Athletic Training ( Req )
 
  
KIN488  Gross Anatomy ( Req )
  General Education Courses (Required)

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  Electives (Required)
To bring total to 120 credits.
  Note (Required)

Students are required to take five (5) writing intensive courses.

There is a $75 per semester administration fee for all Athletic Training majors.

There may be additional costs associated with clinical education requirements such as the cost of a physical examination, transportation, and background/substance screenings.

  Course Advising Plan (Required)

Course Advising Plan

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Please meet with your advisor to obtain his/her approval signature and submit a copy of the signed Course Advising Plan to the Office of Student Services, MB 312, no later than the end of your first semester of enrollment.

This program of study and course advising plan is subject to change.

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Program Contact:
Kysha Harriell
Clinical Assistant Professor and Program Director, Athletic Training, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences
Tel:
305-284-3201
Room:
Max Orovitz Bldg. Rm 122
eMail:
kharriell@miami.edu

 

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