Athletic Training Curriculum

Athletic Training Major

BACHELOR'S DEGREE (BS)

 

 

General Education

Refer to Degree and General Education Requirements for Bachelor of Science requirements

Major Course Requirements for BS Degree


Required Support Courses (14 credit hours)


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*ZOOL 2100 (Human Anatomy) (4) and ZOOL 2200 (Human Physiology) (4) will also be accepted in place of HTHS 1110 and HTHS 1111.

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*Required of all students in the Accelerated Track

Optional Electives


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Required support courses, professional knowledge courses and athletic training major courses will not be accepted if older than 10 years.

Athletic Training

DEPARTMENTAL HONORS

Please contact the Athletic Training Program Director (Dr. Jennifer Ostrowski) for advisement and permission prior to enrolling in Honors courses.

To earn departmental honors in Athletic Training, a student must meet the following criteria:

  1. Academic Excellence

  • Major GPA: 3.7; Total Institution Cumulative GPA: 3.5
  1. Public Demonstration of Discipline Expertise

One of the following:

  • Excellence in Community Service (Project)
  • Present a poster or talk and/or publish a paper
  • Excellence in Research (including IRB application & OUR funding application)

and Two of the following:

  • NATA student membership
  • Service on an athletic training student committee at the state, district, or national level
  • Membership and Involvement with the WSU student Athletic Training Association
  • Attend a state, regional and/or national Athletic Training Conference
  1. Honors Courses
  • Fulfill the requirement for the AT major in the HPHP department, of which 9 credit hours must include an additional project within each selected course (AT 3200,
    3300, 3301, 4100, 4101, 4200, 4201, 4550, 4600
    ), with each project relating to a central theme for AT 4800 (see below).
  • Additionally, students must complete 3 credits of AT 4800 (Individual Projects) during which time they will complete a senior theses project.

Students who have not completed their General Education requirements are strongly encouraged to fulfill them with Honors General Education courses.

 

Weber State University 2011-2012 Catalog

 


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