Course Name Credit Hour Term Professor
510 Foundations of Athletic Training 4 Fall I Williams
570 Clinical Education I 4 Fall I CP
521 Nutrition in Sports 3 Fall I JOW
522 Assessment and Management of Lower Extremity and Lumbar Spine 4 Spring I DuBose
530 Assessment and Management of Upper Extremity function 3 Spring I DuBose
571 Clinical Education II 4 Spring I CP
531 Psycho-social Aspects of Athletic Training 3 Spring I JOW
532 Medical Conditions 3 Summer Williams
ATR 540 Rehab in Athletic Training 3 Summer DuBose
ATR 541 Therapeutic Modalities 3 Summer DuBose
ATR 542 O & A of AT 3 Fall II JOW
ATR 550 Research and Statistical Methods 3 Fall II Hall
ATR 551 Pharmacology and Diagnostic Imaging 3 Fall II Williams
ATR 572 Clinical Education III 4 Spring II CP
511 Sport and Exercise Performance 3 Spring II Mirtz
ATR 573 Clinical Education IV 4 Spring II CP
ATR 560 Athletic Training Capstone 4 Summer II Williams
ATR 561 Athletic Training Capstone 2 Summer II JOW
Total 60


Prerequisites Admissions Requirements
Biology I w/Lab Baccalaureate Degree from an accredited institution
Human Anatomy w/Lab (300 or 400 level) 3 Letters of recommendation from: 1 faculty, 1 AT and 1 person of your choice
Human Physiology w/Lab Submitted GRE Score
Nutrition or Sports Nutrition Minimum GPA: 2.75
Gen. Physics w/lab Minimum 50 AT shadowing hours
Intro. to Statistics Interview with MAT panel
Gen. Psychology All prerequisites passed with at least a “C"
Gen. Chemistry w/lab Written goals statement
Pass a level II background check

Note:

The Bethune-Cookman University's Master in Athletic Training Program is not accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). We will seek initial accreditation in the Summer of 2019

This minor is not accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) and is not intended for Athletic Training Majors. The minor will not prepare students for the Athletic Training Board of Certification (BOC) examination.