2018-2019 University Catalog 
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2018-2019 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Athletic Training, B.A.

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This CAATE (Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education) accredited major is designed to prepare students to become skilled allied health care practitioners capable of working in the athletic training field as well as a multitude of other settings. Upon completion, students are eligible and expected to sit for the BOC (Board of Certification) examination in order to become a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC). Major emphasis is placed on the development of cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills and is accomplished by the integration of didactic coursework with laboratory, practicum, and clinical experiences. Students must be selected into the clinical experience component of the major and must pass eligibility standards to continue in the program. Admission is based on, but not limited to: documented clinical observation hours, prerequisite course grades, overall grade point average, evaluations, proficiency exam, and letters of recommendation. Details of program accreditation and selection standards are available from the Athletic Training Program Director as well as accessible on the Baldwin Wallace University Athletic Training Program website. http://www.bw.edu/academics/undergraduate/athletic-training

Minimum credits required: 66

Required courses:


Athletic Training coursework that have accompanying psychomotor competencies must be completed at BW unless otherwise determined by the Program Director: HPE 182 , HPE 201 , HPE 202 , HPE 205 , HPE 208 , HPE 305 , HPE 306 , HPE 307 , HPE 308 , HPE 309 , HPE 310 , HPE 281 , HPE 282 , HPE 381  HPE 382 , HPE 481X  and HPE 482 . Transfer students should expect to be actively enrolled in BW’s Athletic Training Program for a minimum of three years.

Recommended: CHM 111 , PSY 205 , HPE 221W , HPE 312W , HPE 321 , and HPE 330W .

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