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WEX-209 Athletic Training Practicum I - Taping and Bracing for Athletic Injury

Athletic Training Practicum I incorporates practical and clinical experience with the focus on taping and bracing techniques that are applied in clinical settings as an athletic trainer. Students will explore the anatomy of the major joints and muscle groups associated with athletic injury and apply the various taping and bracing techniques to the upper and lower body. Clinical experience consisting of observation hours will be required for each student. Students will work closely with an ATC (certified athletic trainer) in a clinical setting to observe clinical competencies presented in the athletic training field. Observations may include clinical and/or game and practice exposure.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

WEX-184

WEX-210 Athletic Training Practicum II- Evaluation and Treatment of Athletic Injury

Athletic Training Practicum II incorporates practical and clinical experience with the focus on evaluating, assessing and treating athletic injuries. Students will analyze the recognition, etiology, signs and symptoms and functional anatomy of athletic injury. Application of special testing and treatment of common athletic injury will be practiced. Clinical experience consisting of observation hours will be required for each student. Students will work closely with an ATC (certified athletic trainer) in a clinical setting to observe clinical competencies presented in the athletic training field. Observations may include clinical and/or game and practice exposure

Credits

3

Prerequisites

WEX-184, WEX-209

WEX-281 Co-Op Work Experience [Exercise Science]

This course enables the student to gain essential hands-on experience in a fitness center under professional guidance and supervision. 60 minimum hours work experience distributed over the semester. Lecture [1.00], Cooperative [3.00].

Credits

1

Prerequisites

WEX-164, WEX-183

WEX-283 Co-Op Work Experience [Sports Management]

This course provides students with practical experience in professional, collegiate, amateur, or business institutions in sports-related industries. Students can pursue their individual interests and goals through the Co-Op program in Sports Management. 180 minimum hours work experience distributed over the semester. Lecture [1.00], Cooperative [12.00].

Credits

3

Prerequisites

WEX-127