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(on demand) A study of both two and three-dimensional design principles through experimentation with various media and techniques in the studio. Drawing from still life and the model.

Hours
3

(on demand) A studio course which acquaints the student with a variety of drawing media. The approach is representational to enable the student to acquire technical skills in rendering.

Hours
3

(F) A survey of major movements, personalities, and styles of architecture, painting and sculpture from prehistoric times through the Middle Ages. Prerequisite: HUMN 112 or permission of the instructor.

Hours
3

(S) A survey of major movements, personalities, and styles of architecture, painting, and sculpture from the Italian Renaissance through the Modern Era. Prerequisite: HUMN 112 or permission of the instructor.

Hours
3

(on demand)A studio course working in various painting and drawing media, with major emphasis on oil media. Some work in three-dimensions. Emphasis on the creative approach. ART 201, 202, or permission of instructor.

Prerequisites: ART201 and ART202
Hours
3

(on demand) Studio work in the various painting, drawing and three-dimensional media. Emphasis on the creative approach. Prerequisites: ART 201, 202, 341, 342, or permission of the instructor.

Prerequisites: ART201 and ART202 and ART341 and ART342
Hours
3

(on demand) Independent study or research on approved topics. May be repeated for credit.

Hours
3

(F) Basic training in the prevention, recognition, care, assessment, and treatment of athletic injuries.

Hours
3

(S) Prepare entry-level athletic trainers with appropriate knowledge and skill to recognize, prevent, and treat common symptoms of acute athletic injuries.

Hours
3

(S) Development of skills in taping, bracing, and equipment fitting that are required for the entry-level athletic trainer. Prerequisite: ATHT 131 or concurrently with ATHT 132.

Hours
3

Prepare students who are entering the Athletic Training Program with the appropriate knowledge and skills to recognize, prevent and treat common symptoms of acute athletic injuries. Prerequisite: Biol 330

Prerequisites: BIOL330
Hours
3

Provide students with hands on opportunity to locate, explore, and compare human body structures through palpation. This course will focus on musculoskeletal, nerve and vascular structures. Prerequisites: Biol 330 or permission of instructor. Corequisites: Atht 132 or Atht 210 or permission of instructor.

Hours
3

(F) Advanced opportunities to gain practical clinical skills and experiences for athletic training majors. Course will include integration of knowledge and skills from previous Athletic Training courses as well as review and evaluation of assigned NATA proficiencies.

Hours
2

(S) Advanced opportunities to gain practical clinical skills and experiences for athletic training majors. Course will include integration of knowledge and skills from previous Athletic Training courses as well as review and evaluation of assigned NATA proficiencies.

Hours
2

(S) Practical applications of athletic training techniques related to general rehabilitation concepts.

Hours
3

This lab will focus on the theories, development and applications of rehabilitation techniques that are utilized in the treatment and of injuries to the physically active.

Hours
1

(F) This course is designed to provide the student with knowledge and skills to meet the needs of most situations when emergency first aid care is critical to saving a life and minimizing the severity of injuries. The course includes examining various risk factors, and discussion of personal safety and accident prevention. At the end of the course students will attempt certification in American Red Cross CPR for the Professoional Rescuer.

Hours
3

(F) Tissue repair, theories of pain, physiology of therapeutic modalities and applications. Prerequisite: ATHT 132. Co-requisite: ATHT 272.

Hours
3

(F) This lab will focus on the theories and applications of therapeutic modalities that are utilized in the treatment and rehabilitation of injuries to the physically active.

Hours
1

(F) This course, the first of two, will focus on principles of assessment, postural and gait analysis, evaluation of orthopedic injuries to the appendicular skeleton.

Hours
3

(F) This lab will focus on orthopedic assessment of the extremities, including special tests, muscular testing, and functional assessment of injuries.

Hours
1

Prepare Athletic Trainers to analyze and coordinate clinical and educational research to improve clinical skills with their patients in evaluation, rehabilitation, and education. Upon completion of this course, students will be educated consumers of research.
Open to Athletic Training majors only.

Hours
3

(S) This course will focus on principles of assessment, postural and gait analysis, evaluation of orthopedic injuries to the axial skeleton.

Hours
3

(S) This lab will focus on orthopedic assessment of the extremities, including special tests, muscular testing, and functional assessment of injuries to the axial skeleton.

Hours
1

(S) Current issues in the organization and administration of health care delivery systems in secondary, collegiate, professional, corporate, clinical, and inudstrial settings. Prerequisite: admittance into the professional component of the program through formal application or permission of instructor.

Hours
3

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