Master of Science in Athletic Training

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  • Course description
    The Entry-Level Master of Science (MS) Athletic Training Education Program at Florida International University is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). Students will graduate with a Master of Science degree in athletic training and be eligible to sit for the Board of Certification (BOC) examination. The examination tests for knowledge and skill in six major domains: (1) prevention; (2) clinical evaluation and diagnosis; (3) immediate care; (4) treatment, rehabilitation, and reconditioning, (5) organization and administration; and (6) professional responsibility.

    Program of Study  
    Complete the following prerequisite courses with a minimum grade of “C”:
    General Biology II and Lab 
    Human Anatomy and Lab
    Human Physiology and Lab
    Physics and Lab
    Principles of Nutrition 
    General Psychology
    Kinesiology or Biomechanics
    Exercise Physiology 

    Required Courses – Program of Study

    Semester I (Summer B) - 8 Credits
    PET 5658 Clinical Education Seminar in Athletic Training (32 clinical hours)
    PET 5662 Management of Medical Emergencies
    PET 5620C Principles of Athletic Training

    Semester II (Fall) - 11 Credits
    PET 5633C Orthopedic Assessment I – Lower Extremity
    PET 5635C Therapeutic Modalities
    PET 5668L Clinical Education I (162 clinical hours)

    Semester III (Spring) - 11 Credits
    PET 5312C Orthopedic Assessment II – Upper Extremity                               
    PET 5678 Clinical Education II (162 clinical hours)         
    APK 6118C Rehabilitation Techniques in Athletic Training

    Semester IV (Summer C) - 10 Credits
    PET 5609 Orthopedic Assessment III – Head, Spine, and Trunk                         
    PET 5672L Clinical Education III (162 clinical hours)  
    PET 5608 Diseases and Disabilities in the Physically Active                      

    Semester V (Fall) - 9 Credits
    PET 5405 Administration and Professionalism in Athletic Training             
    PET 5673L Clinical Education IV (162 clinical hours)          
    PET 6535 Masters of Science Research in Athletic Training  I

    Semester VI (Spring) - 9 Credits
    PET 6311 Pharmacology and Diagnostic Imaging in Athletic Training
    PET 6675 Clinical Education V (162 clinical hours)            
    PET 6307 Masters of Science Research in Athletic Training  II

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