Exercise Science: Athletic Injury Management
Program objectives are to prepare students to work in the allied health care industry. The required core courses provide students with academic preparation and skills required for employment as an aide to a physical therapist, athletic trainer, a coach, orthopedic sales rep, and various other allied health professions dealing with athletic injuries.
|COURSE NUMBER||COURSE DESCRIPTION||UNITS|
|KIN 110 OR HED 110||Community First Aid and CPR *||3|
|KIN 102||Introduction to Athletic Training||3|
|KIN 205||Anatomical Movement Analysis||3|
|KIN 206A||Lower Extremity Injury Assessment and Reconditioning||2|
|KIN 206B||Upper Extremity Injury Assessment and Reconditioning||2|
|KIN 207||Athletic Injury Taping, Bandaging & Immobilization||1|
TOTAL REQUIREMENTS: 14 UNITS
Students completing this certificate can also work towards obtaining a HIGHER CERTIFICATE or ASSOCIATES OF ART (AA) DEGREE IN EXERCISE SCIENCE if general education (GE) requirements are taken.
*KIN 110/HED 110 allows students to obtain the American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid Certification