MSU Billings Catalog

ATEP - Athletic Training

ATEP 534 Athletic Training Techniques I. 3 Credits

Term Typically Offered: Fall

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate athletic training program.

Serves as an introduction to athletic training practice. Emphasis on the prevention, care, and management of acute injuries and illnesses, as well as risk management, environmental concerns, and protective taping and equipment.

Lecture Hours 2, Lab Hours 1

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 535 Athletic Trng Techniques II. 3 Credits

Term Typically Offered: Spring

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate athletic training program.

Provides an investigation into the study of evidence based medicine, epidemiology and injury surveillance, cultural competency, and mental health issues.

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 540 Practicum in Athletic Trng I. 1 Credit

Term Typically Offered: Fall

Builds on skills previously acquired and introduces new skills related to current coursework. Students will be assigned to a clinical education rotation under the direct supervision of a clinical preceptor. First in the series of four practicum courses.

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 541 Practicum in Athletic Trng II. 1 Credit

Term Typically Offered: Spring

Expands on skills previously acquired and introduces new skills related to current coursework. Students will be assigned to a clinical education rotation under the direct supervision of a clinical preceptor. Second in the series of four practicum courses.

Lecture Hours 1

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 542 Lower Extremety Assessment. 3 Credits

Term Typically Offered: Fall

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate athletic training program.

Provides a study of anatomy and physiology, assessment, evaluation techniques, treatment, and management of conditions affecting the lower extremities and lumbar spine.

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 544 Upper Extremity Assessment. 3 Credits

Term Typically Offered: Spring

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate athletic training program.

Provides a study of anatomy and physiology, assessment, evaluation techniques, treatment, and management of conditions affecting the upper extremities, head, and thoracic and cervical spine.

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 546 General Medical Assessment. 3 Credits

Term Typically Offered: Fall

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate athletic training program.

Examines the recognition, assessment, and management of general medical conditions and illnesses.

Lecture Hours 3

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 550 Practicum in Athletic Trng III. 1 Credit

Term Typically Offered: Fall

Broadens skills previously acquired and introduces new skills related to current coursework. Students will be assigned to a clinical education rotation under the direct supervision of a clinical preceptor. Third in the series of four practicum courses.

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 551 Practicum in Athletic Trng IV. 1 Credit

Term Typically Offered: Spring

Reviews and refines skills previously acquired and evaluated in previous coursework. Students will be assigned to a clinical education rotation under the direct supervision of a clinical preceptor. Fourth in the series of four practicum courses.

Lecture Hours 1

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 559 Clinical Education I. 1 Credit

Term Typically Offered: Summer

Corequisite(s): AHAT 546.

Offers an introduction to clinical education. Students review and refine basic athletic training skills and apply them in the preseason. Students will be assigned to a clinical education rotation under the direct supervision of a clinical preceptor.

Lecture Hours 1

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 564 Clinical Education II. 1 Credit

Reviews and refines skills previously acquired and evaluated in previous course work emphasizing management of acute and emergency injuries and illnesses. Students will be assigned to a clinical education rotation under the direct supervision of a clinical preceptor.

Lecture Hours 1

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 566 Therapeutic Modalities. 3 Credits

Term Typically Offered: Fall

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate athletic training program.

Explores the physiology, theory, indications, and contraindications of therapeutic modalities.

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 572 Therapeutic Exercise. 3 Credits

Term Typically Offered: Fall

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate athletic training program.

Explores the theory, development, and application of therapeutic exercise programs.

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 574 Manual Therapy Techniques. 3 Credits

Considers the theories and application methods of comprehensive manual therapy techniques.

Lecture Hours 3

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 575 Case Studies in Sport Psych. 3 Credits

Offers a case study approach to evaluate mental health issues as well as to discuss psychological interventions for the active individual.

Lecture Hours 3

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 578 Org and Admin in Athletic Trng. 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): Admittance into ATEP.

Topics include leadership; insurance; ethics; professional development; and the planning, organization, operations, and assessment of athletic training programming and facilities. Fiscal and risk management will also be examined.

Lecture Hours 3

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 580 Pharmacology for Hlthcare Prof. 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): Admittance into ATEP. Explores the pharmaceutical and chemical processes of therapeutic interventions and therapies.

This course examines the constraints placed on patients in the performance environment as well as management, protocols, and legal issues.

Lecture Hours 3

Department: Health & Human Performance

ATEP 597 Capstone. 3 Credits

Term Typically Offered: Spring

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate Athletic Training Program.

Serves as an intensive and cumulative review of athletic training competencies and proficiencies. Course is geared towards preparing the athletic training student to challenge the BOC exam.

Lecture Hours 3

Department: Health & Human Performance