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ATHLETIC TRAINING COURSE SEQUENCE

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Understand what courses to take and how to take them.

UW-Green Bay's Master of Athletic Training (MAT) is a cohort-based program designed to be completed in two years. The course sequence includes a summer, fall and spring classroom, laboratory and clinical education curriculum totaling 62 credits.

Course Catalog

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Medical Education Model

Using a medically-based education model, athletic training students learn to provide comprehensive patient care in five domains of clinical practice:

  1. Injury and Illness Prevention and Wellness Promotion
  2. Examination, Assessment and Diagnosis
  3. Immediate and Emergency Care
  4. Therapeutic Interventions
  5. Healthcare Administration and Professional Responsibility

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MAT Course Sequence

Year 1
Summer I (10 Credits)
Course TitleTimeCredits
AT-541: Gross Human Anatomy8-week 3
AT-551: Clinical Kinesiology6-week 12
AT-601: Foundations of Athletic Training6-week 11
AT-602: Foundational Skills in Athletic Training6-week 21
AT-620: Eval/Manage of Acute/Emergent Conditions6-week 23
Fall I (14 Credits)
Course TitleTimeCredits
AT-651: Clinical Biomechanics7-week 12
AT-705: Therapeutic Interventions I7-week 12
AT-700: Evidence Based Practice I14-week2
AT-760: Clinical Education I14-week2
AT-610: Psychosocial Aspects of Injury and Healing7-week 22
AT-710: Eval/Manage Lower Extremity Injuries7-week 24
Spring I (15 Credits)
Course TitleTimeCredits
AT-706: Therapeutic Interventions II7-week 12
AT-720: Eval/Manage of Head, Neck, and Spine injuries7-week 14
AT-701: Evidence Based Practice II14-week2
AT-761: Clinical Education II14-week2
AT-630: Movement Dysfunction7-week 21
AT-730: Eval/Manage of Upper Extremity Injuries7-week 24

Year 2

Summer II (5-7 Credits)
Course TitleTimeCredits
AT-740: Evaluation & Management of Systemic Conditions6-week 14
AT 797: Internship10-week1-3
Fall II (11 Credits)
Course TitleTimeCredits
AT-561: Health Promotion Through the Life Span7-week 13
AT-762: Clinical Education III7-week 12
AT 750: AT Administration14-week3
AT-789: AT Research Seminar14-week1
AT-763: Clinical Education IV7-week 22
Spring II (9 Credits)
Course TitleTimeCredits
AT-764: Clinical Education V (Immersive experience)14-week6
AT-790: Capstone14-week3
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