Athletic Training Degree ChecklistAthletic Training Degree Checklist

Athletic Training Degree Checklist

GenEd Core

The following are required in the General Education Core:

___ BIO 114 Introduction to Health Science I (3)
___ BIO 115 Introduction to Health Science I (3)
___ MAT 112 College Algebra (or higher level math course) (3)
___ PSY 133 General Psychology (3)


Major Courses/Required (63 semester hours)

___ BIO 271-272 Human Anatomy/Physiology (8)
___ BIO 473 Physiology of Exercise (3)
___ BIO 475 Anatomical Kinesiology (3)
___ CHM 200 Introductory Biochemistry (3)
___ MAT 215 Statistics (3)
___ PHY 101 Descriptive Biomechanics (3)
___ ATE 211 First Aid and CPR (2)
___ ATE 221 Introduction to Athletic Training (3)
___ ATE 231 Personal Health and Nutrition (2)
___ ATE 271 Athletic Training Clinical Education Experiences I (1)
___ ATE 272 Athletic Training Clinical Education Experiences II (1)
___ ATE 321 Assessment of Athletic Injuries I (3)
___ ATE 322 Assessment of Athletic Injuries II (3)
___ ATE 331 Therapeutic Modalities (3)
___ ATE 332 Therapeutic Exercise (3)
___ ATE 341 Organization and Administration in Athletic Training (3)
___ ATE 371 Athletic Training Clinical Education Experiences III (1)
___ ATE 372 Athletic Training Clinical Education Experiences IV (1)
___ ATE 411 Advanced Athletic Training (3)
___ ATE 471 Athletic Training Clinical Education Experiences V (1)
___ ATE 472 Athletic Training Clinical Education Experiences VI (1)
___ ATE 490 Field Experience (3 hrs.)
___ ATE 491 Field Experience (3 hrs.)
___ ATE 499 Senior Research for Athletic Training (3)


General Electives

Enough additional hours to be at or above the 124-hour level.


Additional Electives (6 hrs.)

ATE 388 Special topics (3 hrs.)
ATE 488 Special topics (3 hrs.)


As an Athletic Training Major, students are required to gain a minimum of 1000 hours of field/clinical experience under the supervision of an ATC. These experiences provide students the opportunity to develop competence and confidence in the knowledge and skills learned in the formal education setting.


Contact Us

Rita Smith MA, LAT, ATC
Assistant Professor
Director of Athletic Training Education
Chair, Division of Sport and Wellness Studies
Senior Woman Administrator for Athletics
smithr@lmc.edu