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    GGMAT 500 Clinical Anatomy in Athletic Training 3 credits

    This course is designed to give students the foundation and clinical application of human anatomy, physiological movements, pathomechanics, and biomechanical concepts related to athletic injuries and illnesses. Prerequisite: enrolled in MAT Program

    GGMAT 501 Foundations of Athletic Training Practice 4 credits

    This course is designed to give athletic training students an overview of essential functions, duties and professional responsibility of an athletic trainer. Students will gain knowledge in the areas of general prevention principles and strategies, concepts related to prophylactic and protective equipment, planning for emergency procedures, introduction to musculoskeletal injuries and health care administration. Prerequisite: Enrolled in MAT Program.

    GGMAT 504 Clinical Applications of Care/Prevention in AT 3 credits

    This course will develop the essential skill application needed for the prevention, assessment, and treatment of acute and emergent illnesses and injuries within the profession of athletic training. Emergency procedures, therapeutic taping, bracing, splinting techniques, and referral decisions will also be evaluated in this course. Prerequisite: Enrolled in MAT Program.

    GGMAT 513 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training I 1 credit

    This course consists of a full-immersion 3 week athletic training experience under the supervision and guidance of a program approved healthcare provider in a professional setting providing practical hands-on experience for the students. Prerequisite: Enrolled in MAT Program.

    GGMAT 514 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training II 3 credits

    This course consists of a semester-long clinical athletic training experience under the supervision and guidance of a program-approved healthcare provider in a professional setting providing a practical hands-on experience for the students. Prerequisite: GGSPRT513.

    GGMAT 522 Clinical Evaluation I: Lower Extremity 3 credits

    This course addresses evaluation and assessment techniques of musculoskeletal injuries to the lower extremity. Through didactic and hands-on learning the student will integrate knowledge of anatomical structures, physiological principles, and evaluative techniques to provide a basis for critical decision-making in an injury management environment. Decision-making will be based on recognition, evaluation, and immediate care of orthopedic injuries caused by physical activity or exercise. Prerequisites: GGMAT 500.

    GGMAT 532 Therapeutic Intervention I 3 credits

    This course introduces the basic physiological responses of the human body to injury, application of therapeutic modalities, and therapeutic exercise. Content includes techniques, indications, and contraindications of therapeutic modalities and exercise progression related to athletic injury treatment, rehabilitation and return to participation guidelines. Prerequisite: GGMAT 501.

    GGMAT 542 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training III 3 credits

    This course consists of a semester-long clinical athletic training experience under the supervision and guidance of a program-approved healthcare provider in a professional setting providing a practical hands-on experience for students. Prerequisite: GGMAT 514.

    GGMAT 552 Clinical Evaluation II: Upper Extremity 3 credits

    This course addresses evaluation techniques and assessment of musculoskeletal injuries to the upper extremities. Through a didactic and hands-on approach the student will integrate knowledge of anatomical structures, physiological principles, and evaluative techniques to provide a basis for critical decision-making in an injury management environment. Decision making is based on recognition, evaluation, and immediate care of orthopedic injuries caused by physical activity or exercise. Prerequisite: GGMAT 522.

    GGMAT 562 Therapeutic Intervention II 3 credits

    This course focuses on advanced concepts and application of therapeutic modalities and therapeutic exercise. Content includes manual techniques, development, and application of complete rehabilitation programs for non- and post-surgical athletic injuries. Prerequisite: GGMAT 532.

    GGMAT 605 Clinical Evaluation III: Head, Neck and Spine 3 credits

    This course addresses evaluation and assessment techniques of musculoskeletal injuries to the head, neck and spine. Through a didactic and hands- on approach the student will integrate knowledge of anatomical structures, physiological principles, and evaluative techniques to provide a basis for critical decision-making in an injury management environment. Decision-making is based on recognition, evaluation, and immediate care of orthopedic injuries caused by physical activity or exercise. Prerequisite: GGMAT 552.

    GGMAT 610 Clinical Evaluation IV: General Medical Skills 3 credits

    This course addresses evaluation, recognition, assessment, and referral of general medical pathologies and illnesses presented by the athletic population. Through a didactic and hands-on approach the student will integrate knowledge of the etiology, recognition, pathological course, treatment, prognosis, plan of care of conditions pertaining to the respiratory, cardiovascular, endocrine, genitourinary, and neurological systems. Prerequisite: GGMAT 605.

    GGMAT 613 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training IV 1 credit

    This course consists of a full-immersion 3 week athletic training experience under the supervision and guidance of a program- approved healthcare provider in a professional setting providing practical hands-on experience for the students. Prerequisite: GGMAT 542.

    GGMAT 620 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training V 3 credits

    This course consists of a semester long clinical athletic training experience under the supervision and guidance of a program-approved healthcare provider in a professional setting providing practical hands-on experience for students. Prerequisite: GGMAT 613.

    GGMAT 640 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training VI 9 credits

    This course consists of a full-immersion semester long athletic training experience under the supervision and guidance of a program-approved healthcare provider in a professional setting providing a practical hand- on experience for the students. Prerequisite: GGMAT 620.

    GGMAT 658 Administrative Application in Athletic Training 3 credits

    Examination and application of administrative aspects in Athletic Training. Course content includes: program organization, management, employment, budget, facility design, risk management, medical records, insurance, legal, and practice regulations. Prerequisite: GGMAT 605.

    GGSPRT 510 Advanced Strength and Conditioning 3 credits

    The objective of this course is to provide graduate students with theoretical and practical knowledge of the physiological, biomechanical, administrative aspects of designing and supervising strength and conditioning programs for various populations


     

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