AT Four Year Plan

ATHLETIC TRAINING PROGRAM

SUGGESTED COURSE PROGRESSION AND CLINICAL EDUCATION ROTATIONS

NOTE: In order to complete the program in four years, these courses should be taken and passed with a “C” or above when the student is advised to take the class. Failure to take and pass the courses may result in the student not graduating in the four year time frame. No mechanism exists nor will one be constructed that will allow a student to take classes out of the required sequence.

 

VSU ATP Four-Year Academic / Clinical Education Progression

Freshman Fall (admissions process)

Freshman Spring (admissions process)

HSAT 2050 – Introduction to Athletic Training – 2hr

HSAT 3430 – Kinesiology – 3hr

Core Courses

HSAT 4300 – Care and Prevention – 4hr

(12 – 15 credit hours)

Core Courses

 

(12 – 15 credit hours)

 

 

Sophomore Fall (admitted into program)

Sophomore Spring

HSAT 4360 – Evaluation of Head, Neck and Trunk – 4hr

HSAT 4491 – Procedures and Protocols in AT – 3hr

HSAT 4490 – Rehabilitation Techniques in AT – 4hr

HSAT 4350 – Evaluation of Extremities – 4hr

HSAT 3440 – Clinical I – 2hr

HSAT 3441 – Clinical II – 2hr

Core Courses

Core Courses

(12 – 15 credit hours)

(12 – 15 credit hours)

 

 

Junior Fall

Junior Spring

HSAT 4450 – Sports Related Illnesses – 3hr

HSAT 3020 – Assessments in Athletic Training – 3hr

HSAT 4600 – Psychosocial and Ethics – 3hr

HSAT 4400 – Modalities and Pharmacology – 4hr

HSAT 4440 – Clinical III – 2hr

HSAT 4441 – Clinical IV – 2hr

Core Courses

Core Courses

(12 – 15 credit hours)

(12 – 15 credit hours)

 

 

Senior Fall

Senior Spring

HSAT 3200 – Nutrition – 3hr

HSAT 4700 – Professional Prep – 2hr

HSAT 4250 – Organization and Administration – 3hr

HSAT 4443 – Clinical VI – 2hr

HSAT 4442 – Clinical V – 2hr

HSAT 3420 – Exercise Physiology – 3hr

Core Courses

HSAT 3500 – Athletic Training Special Topics – 2hr

(12 – 15 credit hours)

Core Courses

 

(12 – 15 credit hours)