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1 Valdosta State University Athletic Training Education Program Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (B.S.A.T.) Degree

2 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ATHLETIC TRAINING (B.S.A.T.) DEGREE The Athletic Training program is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The Accreditation Standards are the minimum standards of quality used in accrediting educational programs that prepare individuals to enter the athletic training profession. These Standards can be obtained through the Program Director. The extent to which a program complies with these standards determines its accreditation status. In 1990, the Valdosta State University Athletic Training Education Program was the first accredited program in the state of Georgia and since then has successfully completed re-accreditation in 1995, 2000, and This has resulted in over a decade long history of producing excellent athletic trainers. The American Academy of Family Physicians, The American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Orthopedic Society for Sports medicine, the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, and the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), cooperate to establish, maintain, and promote appropriate standards of quality for educational programs in Athletic Training and to provide recognition for educational programs that meet or exceed the minimum standards. The incoming class of athletic training students are enrolled Spring semester in course work and are under the supervision of a certified athletic trainer on staff either at VSU, at an affiliated high school settings, or medical/allied health professional at a general medicine rotation (orthopedic surgeon, family practice, VSU Student Health, physical therapy clinic) for clinical education experiences. Each semester the athletic training student receives a new clinical rotation: Equipment Intensive, Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, and General Medical. These rotations include the opportunity to work with a diverse population (gender, age, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, etc.) This allows the athletic training student to receive clinical instruction from Certified Athletic Trainers at VSU and local high schools. During the General Medicine rotation athletic training students shadow physicians and other allied health professionals. Athletic training students also shadow the Team Physician, as well as shadow the program s Medical Director during a portion of the general medical rotation. Description of the Profession: An athletic trainer is a qualified health care professional educated and experienced in the management of health care problems associated with physical activity. In cooperation with physicians and other health care personnel, the athletic trainer functions as an integral member of the health care team in secondary schools, colleges and universities, professional sports programs, sports medicine clinics, and other health care settings. The athletic trainer functions in cooperation with medical personnel, athletic personnel, individuals involved in physical activity, parents, and guardians in the development and coordination of efficient and responsive athletic health care delivery systems. (CAATE) Professional Preparation: The athletic trainer s professional preparation is directed toward the development of specified competencies in the following domains: risk management and injury prevention, pathology of injuries and illnesses, assessment and evaluation, acute care of injury and illness, pharmacology, therapeutic modalities, therapeutic exercise, general medical conditions and disabilities, nutritional aspects of injury and illness, psychosocial intervention and referral, health care administration, professional development and responsibilities. Through a combination of formal classroom instruction and clinical experience, the athletic trainer is prepared to apply a wide variety of specific health care skills and knowledge within each of the domains. Program Mission: To develop critical thinking athletic training professionals capable of meeting diverse regional, national, and emerging international opportunities; athletic training professionals who recognize the importance of continuing education, possess mastery level skills, and demonstrate problem solving capacity. Selected Educational Outcomes: The athletic training student will possess knowledge, skills, and values, as well as demonstrate competency and proficiency in the following areas: 1. Risk Management and Injury Prevention: to identify injury and illness risk factors and to plan and implement a risk management and prevention program 2. Pathology of Injuries and Illnesses: to understand the cellular events and reactions and other pathological mechanisms in the development, progression and epidemiology of injuries, illnesses, and diseases. 3. Orthopedic Clinical Examination: to clinically examine and diagnose a patient for the purpose of identifying (a) common acquired or congenital risk factors that would predispose the patient to injury and (b) musculoskeletal orthopedic injuries to determine proper care including the referral of the patient to other health care providers when appropriate. 4. Medical Conditions and Disabilities: to possess an understanding of medical conditions and disabilities associated with physically active individuals. 5. Acute Care of Injuries and Illnesses: to recognize, assess, and treat patients with acute injuries and illnesses and provide appropriate medical referral. 6. Therapeutic Modalities: to plan, implement, document, and evaluate the efficacy of therapeutic modalities in the treatment of injuries to and illnesses of their patients. 7. Conditioning and Rehabilitative Exercise: to plan, implement, document, and evaluate the efficacy of therapeutic exercise programs for the rehabilitation and reconditioning of injuries and illnesses. 8. Pharmacology: to possess an understanding of pharmacologic applications and governing pharmacy regulations relevant to the treatment of injuries, illnesses, and diseases.

3 9. Psychosocial Intervention and Referral: to recognize, intervene, and refer when appropriate patients exhibiting sociocultural, mental, emotional, and psychological behavioral problems/issues. 10. Nutritional Aspects of Injuries and Illnesses: to possess an understanding of the nutritional aspects of injuries and illnesses. 11. Health Care Administration: to develop, administer, and manage a health care facility and associated venues that provide health care to athletes and others involved in physical activity. 12. Professional Development and Responsibility: to understand professional responsibilities and avenues of professional development to promote athletic training as a professional discipline. Various assessment techniques are used in the athletic training program to determine the progress of students and to determine if the curriculum is providing appropriate professional preparation. - Upon graduation from the program, the student is eligible to take the Board of Certification (BOC), certification examination. VSU ATEP ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS For incoming freshmen and students who have earned less than 30 hours before Fall 2012 Students declare the major in athletic training as enrolling freshmen and begin the application process to the program during the fall semester of their freshman year. The admissions process requires two semesters. Admission to the program is limited by the number of available clinical positions. Applicants will be accepted each year according to the criteria listed below. 1. Overall grade point average A student must have a 2.75 overall grade point average (includes transferred coursework) after the completion of all prerequisite/application required coursework. 2. Course work a. Completion of 24 semester hours b. A grade of C or better in KSPE 2050, KSPE 3430B, and KSPE Directed Observation a. Rotations at various clinical education facilities fall and spring semester (number of rotations indicated in the syllabi for KSPE 2050 and KSPE 4300) b. Skills test 4. Interview (end of spring semester) 5. Favorable recommendations from three non-familial sources 6. Completion of required admissions paperwork, to include criminal background check (as a part of KSPE 2050) 7. Ability to provide own transportation to clinical education sites 8. Official Transcript 9. Hepatitis B vaccine inoculation or signed waiver 10. Documentation of required immunizations 11. Attendance at specified OSHA training and adherence to OSHA regulations 12. Ability to meet the published technical standards of the program Disclaimer: Fulfillment of the eligibility requirements does not guarantee admission to the program. For students who have earned a minimum of 30 hours before Fall 2012 Students may declare the major in athletic training as enrolling freshmen and then formally apply to the program during the fall semester of their sophomore year. Admission to the program is limited by the number of available clinical positions. Applicants will be accepted each year according to the criteria listed below. 1. Overall grade point average A student must have a 2.75 overall grade point average (includes transferred coursework) at the time of enrolling in KSPE 2050 Introduction to Athletic Training. 2. Course work a. Completion of 45 semester hours b. A grade of C or better in KSPE 2050 and BIOL Directed Observation a. Three rotations at various clinical education facilities b. Skills test 4. Interview 5. Favorable recommendations from three non-familial sources 6. Completion of required admissions paperwork, to include criminal background check (as a part of KSPE 2050) 7. Ability to provide own transportation to clinical education sites 8. Official Transcript 9. Hepatitis B vaccine inoculation or signed waiver 10. Documentation of required immunizations 11. Attendance at specified OSHA training and adherence to OSHA regulations 12. Ability to meet the published technical standards of the program Disclaimer: Fulfillment of the eligibility requirements does not guarantee admission to the program.

4 VSU ATEP RETENTION REQUIREMENTS 1.Students must have the following in order to participate in academic and/or clinical components of the program: a. Maintained an overall minimum GPA of Students whose overall GPA falls below 2.75 will be placed on probation for one semester meaning that the student would not be able to participate in the clinical education portion of the academic program. b. Obtained the student liability insurance annually. c. Obtained the Hepatitis B Vaccine inoculation or signed waiver. d. Completed a pre-participation physical and passed annually. e. Attended OSHA training and abide by all OSHA regulations. f. Able to meet the published technical standards of the program. 2. Students will be dismissed for any of the following reasons: a. Overall GPA falling below 2.75 and inability to achieve this requirement after one semester of probation. b. Overall GPA falling below 2.75 a second time (once accepted into the program). c. Receiving two final course grades below a "C" in any major courses. d. Any violation provided in the program's policy and procedure manuals that results in dismissal. 3. Technical Standards The VSU Athletic Training Education Program has specific technical standards that must be mastered prior to admission into the program. The Standards can be found on the Athletic Training Education Program website: TRANSFER POLICY Students transferring to Valdosta State University must complete the same requirements as a student entering the University as a freshman (new student). Transferable core courses are left to the discretion of the VSU Office of the Registrar. Only athletic training classes taken within the VSU ATEP will count towards fulfillment of the academic requirements. Course competencies/proficiencies must be instructed and evaluated by an Approved Clinical Instructor within the VSU ATEP to count towards fulfillment of academic requirements and to allow eligibility to sit for the Board of Certification (BOC) exam. POLICY AND PROCEDURE MANUAL Please visit the Athletic Training Education Program Website at Select Academic Program Information for comprehensive information regarding Academic and Clinical Education policies and procedures within the program. ATHLETIC TRAINING EDUCATION PROGRAM SUGGESTED COURSE PROGRESSION AND CLINICAL EDUCATION ROTATIONS NOTE: Asterisks (*) indicate specific ATEP major/degree program courses. In order to complete the program in four years, these courses should be taken and passed with a C or above when the student is advised to take the class. Failure to take and pass the courses may result in the student not graduating in the four year time frame. No mechanism exists nor will one be constructed that will allow a student to take classes out of the required sequence. Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Fall Semester *KSPE 2050 (Introduction to Athletic Training) *KSPE 4360 (Evaluation of Head, Neck, and Trunk) *KSPE 4490 (Rehabilitation Techniques I) *KSPE 4450 (Sports Related Issues) *KSPE 4250 (Organization and Administration) *KSPE 3200 (Nutrition) *KSPE 4600 (Psychosocial Issues and Ethics) *KSPE 3020B (Assessment) Spring Semester *KSPE 3430B (Kinesiology) *KSPE 4300 (Foundations of Injury Care and Prevention) *KSPE 4400 (Therapeutic Modalities and Pharmacology) *KSPE 4350 (Evaluation of the Extremities) Summer *KSPE 3420 (Exercise Physiology) *KSPE 4491 (Rehabilitation Techniques II) *KSPE 4700 (Professional Prep Course)

5 VSU ATEP Four-Year Academic / Clinical Education Progression For new curriculum beginning fall 2012 Freshman Fall Freshman Spring KSPE 2050 Introduction to Athletic Training KSPE 3430B Kinesiology KSPE 4300 Care and Prevention Sophomore Fall KSPE 4360 Evaluation of Head, Neck and Trunk KSPE 4490 Rehabilitation I KSPE 3440 Clinical I Junior Fall KSPE 4450 Sports Related Illnesses KSPE 4250 Organization and Administration KSPE 3200 Nutrition KSPE 4440 Clinical III Senior Fall KSPE 4600 Psychosocial and Ethics KSPE 3020B Assessment KSPE 4442 Clinical V (pending) Sophomore Spring KSPE 4491 Rehabilitation II KSPE 4350 Evaluation of Extremities KSPE 3441 Clinical II Junior Spring KSPE 3420 Exercise Physiology KSPE 4400 Modalities and Pharmacology KSPE 4441 Clinical IV Senior Spring KSPE 4700 Professional Prep KSPE 4443 Clinical VI (pending) *Sophomore Summer (May Semester) KSPE 3500 Athletic Training Special Topics (pending) Clinical Plan involving students being assigned clinical assignments related to general medical and rehabilitation. Related to General Medical: Students would be allowed to be assigned to this assignment beginning in the spring of the student s junior year as a part of KSPE 4441 (Clinical IV). At this point, students will have successfully completed KSPE 4450 (Sports Related Illnesses) and this will allow the general medical assignment to reinforce the formal classroom and psychomotor skill learning that was a part of KSPE 4450 (Sports Related Illnesses). Relating to Rehabilitation: Students would be allowed to be assigned to these types of assignments beginning in the fall of the student s junior year as a part of KSPE 4440 (Clinical III). At this point, students will have successfully completed KSPE 4490 (Rehabilitation I) and KSPE 4491 (Rehabilitation II) and this will allow the assignments to reinforce the formal classroom and psychomotor skills learning that was a part of KSPE 4490 (Rehabilitation I) and KSPE 4491 (Rehabilitation II). VSU ATEP Four-Year Academic / Clinical Education Progression For senior students currently in the program Fall 2011 Spring 2012 KSPE 4450 Sports Related Illnesses KSPE 4700 Professional Prep KSPE 4600 Psychosocial and Ethics KSPE 4430 AT Field Experience KSPE 3200 Nutrition KSPE 4441 Clinical IV Clinical Plan involving students being assigned clinical assignments related to general medical and rehabilitation. Related to General Medical: Students will be allowed to be assigned to this assignment beginning in the spring of the student s senior year as part of KSPE 4700 (Professional Prep). At this point, students will have successfully completed KSPE 4450 (Sports Related Illnesses) and this will allow the general medical assignment to reinforce the formal classroom and psychomotor skill learning that was a part of KSPE 4450 (Sports Related Illnesses). Relating to Rehabilitation: Students will be allowed to be assigned to these types of assignments beginning in the fall of the student s senior year as a part of KSPE 4441 (Clinical IV). At this point, students will have successfully completed KSPE 4490 (Rehabilitation I) and KSPE 4491 (Rehabilitation II) and this will allow the assignments to reinforce the formal classroom and psychomotor skills learning that was a part of KSPE 4490 (Rehabilitation I) and KSPE 4491 (Rehabilitation II).

6 VSU ATEP Academic / Clinical Education Progression For junior students currently in the program Spring 2012 KSPE 4400 Modalities and Pharmacology KSPE 3420 Exercise Physiology KSPE 3020B Assessment KSPE 4491 Rehabilitation II KSPE 4440 Clinical III Fall 2012 Spring 2013 KSPE 4450 Sports Related Illnesses KSPE 4700 Professional Prep KSPE 4600 Psychosocial and Ethics KSPE 4430 AT Field Experience KSPE 3200 Nutrition KSPE 4441 Clinical IV Clinical Plan involving students being assigned clinical assignments related to general medical and rehabilitation. Related to General Medical: Students would be allowed to be assigned to this assignment beginning in the spring of the student s senior year as part of KSPE 4700 (Professional Prep). At this point, students will have successfully completed KSPE 4450 (Sports Related Illnesses) and this will allow the general medical assignment to reinforce the formal classroom and psychomotor skill learning that was a part of KSPE 4450 (Sports Related Illnesses). Relating to Rehabilitation: Students would be allowed to be assigned to these types of assignments beginning in the fall of the student s senior year as a part of KSPE 4441 (Clinical IV). At this point, students will have successfully completed KSPE 4490 (Rehabilitation I) and KSPE 4491 (Rehabilitation II) and this will allow the assignments to reinforce the formal classroom and psychomotor skills learning that was a part of KSPE 4490 (Rehabilitation I) and KSPE 4491 (Rehabilitation II). VSU ATEP Academic / Clinical Education Progression For sophomore students currently in the program Spring 2012 KSPE 3430B Kinesiology KSPE 4300 Care and Prevention KSPE 4350 Evaluation of Extremities KSPE 3440 Clinical I Fall 2012 Spring 2013 KSPE 4360 Evaluation of Head, Neck, and Trunk KSPE 3420 Exercise Physiology KSPE 4250 Organization and Administration KSPE 3020B Assessment KSPE 4490 Rehabilitation I KSPE 3441 Clinical II KSPE 4400 Modalities and Pharmacology KSPE 4491 Rehabilitation II KSPE 4440 Clinical III Fall 2013 Spring 2014 KSPE 4450 Sports Related Illnesses KSPE 4700 Professional Prep KSPE 4600 Psychosocial and Ethics KSPE 4442 Clinical V (pending) KSPE 3200 Nutrition KSPE 3501 Athletic Training Special Topics (pending) KSPE 4441 Clinical IV Clinical Plan involving students being assigned clinical assignments related to general medical and rehabilitation. Related to General Medical: Students would be allowed to be assigned to this assignment beginning in the spring of the student s senior year as a part of KSPE 4442 (Clinical V). At this point, students will have successfully completed KSPE 4450 (Sports Related Illnesses) and this will allow the general medical assignment to reinforce the formal classroom and psychomotor skill learning that was a part of KSPE 4450 (Sports Related Illnesses). Relating to Rehabilitation: Students would be allowed to be assigned to these types of assignments beginning in the fall of the student s senior year as a part of KSPE 4441 (Clinical IV). At this point, students will have successfully completed KSPE 4490 (Rehabilitation I) and KSPE 4491 (Rehabilitation II) and this will allow the assignments to reinforce the formal classroom and psychomotor skills learning that was a part of KSPE 4490 (Rehabilitation I) and KSPE 4491 (Rehabilitation II).

7 VSU ATEP Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (B.S.A.T.) Degree ADVISING CHECKLIST Name: ID#: VSU PRE-REQUISITES CORE COURSES HOURS GRADE SEMESTER Area A - Essentials None ENGL ENGL 1101 ENGL None MATH 1101, 1111, Area B Perspectives None PERS ( ) 2 None PERS ( ) 2 Area C Humanities/Fine Arts ENGL 1102 ENGL 2110, 2120, 2130, Maybe COMM 1100, 1110 suggested 3 Area D - Sciences Maybe BIOL 1010 / 1020L 3 / 1 Maybe Lab Science 4 MATH 1101 or 1111 Math/Tech: MATH 2620 suggested 3 Area E Social Sciences Maybe HIST 2111 or Maybe POLS Maybe Soc. Sci. Elective ( ) 3 Maybe Soc. Sci. Elective ( ) 3 Area F Major Specific / COE Required Declared AT Major KSPE 2050 (Introduction to Athletic Training) (Fall / Freshman: Required for Admissions Process) 3 KSPE 4300 (Injury Care and Prevention) C or above in KSPE 2050 (Spring / Freshman: Required for Admissions Process) 4 KSPE 3430B (Kinesiology) (Spring / Freshman: Required for Admissions Process) 3 C or above in KSPE 2050 Maybe ACED None BIOL BIOL 2651 BIOL None KSPE Activity: KSPE 1000 suggested 1 None KSPE Activity: KSPE 1020 suggested 1 None KSPE Maybe PSYC ATEP Major Courses: Fall / Sophomore Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 4360 (Evaluation of Head, Neck, Trunk) 4 Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 4490 (Rehabilitation I) 4 Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 3440 (Clinical Competencies I) 2 ATEP Major Courses: Spring / Sophomore Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 4350 (Evaluation of Extremities) 4 Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 4491 (Rehabilitation II) 3 C or above in KSPE 4360, 4490 KSPE 3441 (Clinical Competencies II) 2 ATEP Major Courses: Summer / Sophomore Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 3500 (AT Special Topics) (pending) 2 ATEP Major Courses: Fall / Junior Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 4450 (Sports Related Illness) 3 Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 4250 (Organization and Administration) 3 Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 3200 (Nutrition) 3 C or above in KSPE 4350, 4400 KSPE 4440 (Clinical Competencies III) 2 ATEP Major Courses: Spring / Junior Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 3420 (Exercise Physiology) 3 C or above in KSPE 4490 KSPE 4400 (Modalities and Pharmacology) 4 C or above in KSPE 4450, 4250, 3200 KSPE 4441 (Clinical Competencies IV) 2 ATEP Major Courses: Fall / Senior Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 4600 (Ethics / Psychosocial Issues) 3 Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 3020B (Assessment) 3 C or above in KSPE 3420, 4491 KSPE 4442 (Clinical Competencies V) (pending) 2 ATEP Major Courses: Spring / Senior Official Admission into ATEP KSPE 4700 (Professional Preparation) 3 C or above in KSPE 4600, 3020B KSPE 4443 (Clinical Competencies VI) (pending) 2 NOTES: OTHER: Area A-E (42hrs)+Area F (28hrs)+ATEP Major Courses (54hrs)=124hrs total. Must have an overall GPA of > 2.75 to be eligible for ATEP admission. Refer to ATEP Admissions / Retention Requirements for more information. _

8 WHERE OUR ALUMNI WORK (not a complete list) Arkansas State University, Bass PT, Bremen High School, Children s Hospital of Atlanta, Florida International University, Georgia College and State University, Georgia Southwestern State University, LaGrange College, Lowndes High School, Memorial Hospital, Piedmont Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Complex, Presbyterian College, St. Joseph/Candler Hospital, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, The Steadman Clinic, Troy University, Valdosta High School, Valdosta State University, University of Georgia, University of Michigan, University of North Carolina, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chuck Conner, L.A.T., A.T.C. Assistant Professor, Program Director Phone: Russ Hoff, L.A.T., A.T.C. Assistant Professor FACULTY CONTACT INFORMATION Lori Howard, L.A.T., A.T.C. Instructor, Co-Clinical Education Coordinator Stacey Walters, L.A.T., A.T.C. Instructor, Co-Clinical Education Coordinator Caren Walls, L.A.T., A.T.C. Adjunct Instructor

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