Athletic Training – B.S.

Kinesiology and Sport Sciences

Athletic Training

B.S.

The Bachelor of Science Athletic Training Degree is housed within the Department of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences and consists of a major field of study of 54 credits. This portion of the curriculum would largely encompass professional education courses designed to prepare students to become certified athletic trainers in the field.

The students will obtain clinical experiences in a variety of settings: college, high school, sports medicine clinics, and attempts will be made for professional sports and performing arts opportunities. Each student will be required to complete supervised clinical education rotations throughout their undergraduate program of study.

The Athletic Training Program at the University of Miami is an undergraduate program that is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The Athletic Training program leads to eligibility to sit for the Board of Certification examination and to enter the profession of athletic training.


Required Coursework


Major Requirements 67 Credits

KIN 140 Introduction to Athletic Training
KIN 141 Introduction to Athletic Training Lab
KIN 145 Responding to Emergencies
KIN 184 Athletic and Sport Injuries
KIN 202 Applied Nutrition for Health and Performance
KIN 210 Foundations in Athletic Training
KIN 212 Elements of Sports Psychology
KIN 221 Biochemistry And Skeletal Muscle
KIN 230 Medical Terminology and Documentation
KIN 232 Basic Human Physiology
KIN 234 Functional Human Anatomy
KIN 235 Personal and Community Health
KIN 250 Orthopedic Assessment: Lower Extremity
KIN 251 Orthopedic Assessment: Lower Extremity Lab
KIN 260 Orthopedic Assessment: Upper Extremity
KIN 261 Orthopedic Assessment: Upper Extremity Lab
KIN 264 General Medical Conditions Evaluation
KIN 345 Kinesiology
KIN 365 Exercise Programming
KIN 443 Clinical Athletic Training Lab I
KIN 444 Clinical Athletic Training Lab II
KIN 455 Clinical Athletic Training Lab III
KIN 456 Clinical Athletic Training Lab IV
KIN 461 Therapeutic Modalities
KIN 462 Therapeutic Modalities Laboratory
KIN 463 Therapeutic Rehabilitation
KIN 464 Therapeutic Rehabilitation Laboratory
KIN 465 Pharmacology
KIN 470 Administrative Aspects of Athletic Training
KIN 476 Seminar in Athletic training
KIN 488 Gross Anatomy

Fall

KIN 212 Elements of Sports Psychology
ENG 105 English Composition I
MTH 101 Algebra for College Students (or equivalent)
UMX 100 The University Of Miami Experience
MTH (per placement) or Elective
Cognate Course
Cognate Course

Spring

KIN 184 Athletic and Sport Injuries
ENG 106 English Composition II
MTH (per placement) or Elective
Cognate Course
Cognate Course

Fall

KIN 140 Introduction to Athletic Training
KIN 141 Introduction to Athletic Training Lab
KIN 145 Responding to Emergencies
KIN 232 Basic Human Physiology
KIN 234 Functional Human Anatomy
MTH 161 Calculus I

Spring

KIN 202 Applied Nutrition for Health and Performance
KIN 210 Foundations in Athletic Training
KIN 230 Medical Terminology and Documentation
KIN 235 Personal and Community Health
KIN 345 Kinesiology
Cognate Course

Fall

KIN 250 Orthopedic Assessment: Lower Extremity
KIN 251 Orthopedic Assessment: Lower Extremity Lab
KIN 443 Clinical Athletic Training Lab I
KIN 465 Pharmacology
KIN 461 Therapeutic Modalities
KIN 462 Therapeutic Modalities Laboratory
Cognate Course

Spring

KIN 221 Biochemistry And Skeletal Muscle
KIN 260 Orthopedic Assessment: Upper Extremity
KIN 261 Orthopedic Assessment: Upper Extremity Lab
KIN 264 General Medical Conditions Evaluation
KIN 365 Exercise Programming
KIN 444 Clinical Athletic Training Lab II

Fall

KIN 455 Clinical Athletic Training Lab III
KIN 463 Therapeutic Rehabilitation
KIN 464 Therapeutic Rehabilitation Laboratory
KIN 470 Administrative Aspects of Athletic Training
KIN 488 Gross Anatomy
EPS 351 Introduction to Statistics and Research Design
Elective

Spring

KIN 415 Evidence Based Sports Medicine
KIN 456 Clinical Athletic Training Lab IV
KIN 476 Seminar in Athletic training
Elective
Elective
Elective

Program Contact

Kysha Harriell

Clinical Assistant Professor and Program Director, Athletic Training, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences

305-284-3201


Room: Max Orovitz Building 122

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