Athletic Training (D.A.T.)

Doctor of Athletic Training. Major in Athletic Training.

The department offers a D.A.T. program. This program is designed for certified athletic trainers who are interested in improving their clinical practice through a structured academic program with a clinical practice residency. Please contact the department for any inquires in this program. 

AT 606Professional and Post-Professional Education in Athletic Training3
AT 610Advances in Manual Therapy3
AT 611Integrative Manual Therapy3
AT 620Research Methods and Evidence Based Practice in Patient Care3
AT 621Action Research in Patient Care2
AT 622Designing and Conducting Applied Research in Patient Care2
AT 623Introduction to Survey and Qualitative Research Design in Patient Care3
AT 624Advanced Quantitative Data Analysis and Interpretation in Patient Care3
AT 625Scientific Writing for Publication in Patient3
AT 630Holistic Foundations of Pain in Patient Care2
AT 631Theory and Application of Current and Novel Paradigms in Patient Care2
AT 632Integrative Patient Care for the Spine and Pelvic Girdle3
AT 633Application of Advanced Practice Skills: A Practice-Based Approach3
AT 634Introduction to Quantitative Data Analysis and Interpretation in Patient Care2
AT 635Intermediate Quantitative Data Analysis and Interpretation in Patient Care2
AT 640Clinical Residency and Analysis of Patient Care I6
AT 641Clinical Residency and Analysis of Patient Care II6
AT 642Clinical Residency and Analysis of Patient Care III6
AT 643Clinical Residency and Analysis of Patient Care IV6
Total Hours63

The department also participates in the interdisciplinary M.S. and Ph.D. in Neuroscience and the M.S. in Bioregional Planning and Community Development. Persons interested in doctoral study should visit the College of Education and departmental web page for more information about admission requirements and application procedures.