MS in AT Curriculum Plan
The MS in AT curriculum takes two years, including summers, and emphasizes clinical experiences. Students start during the first summer session and complete three foundational core classes preparing them for their first clinical immersion experience at the end of that same summer. During the fall and spring semesters of the first year, students focus in musculoskeletal assessment, acute treatment and therapeutic interventions. The second summer completes the core curriculum and ends with a pre-season full immersion that leads into the fall full immersion. The final spring semester is spent in a full immersion experience with a different preceptor and setting to expand our students diversity, exposure to different settings, and additional professional networks. Full immersion experiences are designed to provide students with an understanding of all aspects of athletic training and provide them the opportunity to utilize all of the skills they have learned in an integrated, advanced manner. The curriculum plan is outlined in the attachment below.
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