ATH 351 - Clinical Experience in AT I
The purpose of this course(s) is to provide clinical experience to the athletic training student accepted into the professional upper-level of the Athletic Training Education Program as a Track II student. The student, under the direct supervision of the Approved Clinical Instructor (ACI) or Clinical Instructor (CI) for the clinical experience will assist with providing athletic training coverage for University of Mary athletic teams. The course(s) will allow the athletic training student to apply and refine the knowledge and skills gained in the athletic training education program curriculum. The knowledge and skills the student will gain with this rotation will be important as they progress as an Athletic Training Student, prepare for the Board of Certification examination and a professional career as an entry level certified athletic trainer.
The National Athletic Trainers’ Association Education Council has identified athletic training educational competencies and clinical proficiencies for the health care of athletes and others involved in physical activity. This content area is a collection of the knowledge, skills and values that the entry-level certified athletic trainer must possess for effective performance as an entry-level certified athletic trainer. Skill competency is obtained during the classroom and laboratory instruction. Skill proficiency is demonstrated during laboratory evaluation, and skill mastery is demonstrated when the skills are applied appropriately in the clinical setting with appropriate choices made and appropriate outcomes achieved. Skill competency is knowledge and skills to be mastered within a self-study guide to evaluate the athletic training student’s strengths and areas for improvement.
1 Semester Credit(s)
Crosslisted with: N/A
Laboratory/Experience Hours N/A
Repeatable for Credit No
Core Course No
Grade Type PF
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