Family Medicine (FMED)

Courses

FMED 101. Orientation to Athletic Training. 1 Credit.

Overview of the field of athletic training. Survey of the role of the athletic trainer. Films, lectures, and observation in clinical settings. F,S.

FMED 200. Understanding Medicine. 3 Credits.

An overview of the broad parameters of family medicine. Guest speakers are brought in to discuss various facets of medicine. S.

FMED 205. Anatomy for Athletic Trainers. 2 Credits.

A course to learn and palpate human anatomy structures and their functions. Prerequisite: Department consent. F.

FMED 207. Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries. 2 Credits.

An introductory course into the care and treatment of athletic injuries. Corequisite: FMED 207L. F,S.

FMED 207L. Laboratory Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries. 1 Credit.

A practical laboratory to develop athletic taping skills taught in FMED 207. Corequisite: FMED 207. F,S.

FMED 208. Procedures in Athletic Training. 1 Credit.

This course serves as an orientation class for incoming sports health majors. Policies and procedures as well as record keeping are covered. Prerequisites: FMED 207 and FMED 207L. Corequisite: FMED 205 and FMED 208L. F.

FMED 208L. Laboratory Procedures in Athletic Training. 1 Credit.

A course designed to allow students to get practical experiences in injury management, modality usage and record keeping skills taught in FMED 208. Prerequisites: FMED 207 and FMED 207L. Corequisite: FMED 205 and FMED 208. F.

FMED 211. Beginning Clinical Practicum I in Athletic Training. 1 Credit.

A clinical course designed to allow the student to develop specified clinical competencies in a directed, progressive manner. Prerequisites: FMED 101, FMED 207 and FMED 207L. Corequisite: FMED 208 and FMED 208L. F.

FMED 213. Beginning Clinical Practicum in Athletic Training. 1 Credit.

A clinical course designed to allow the student to develop specified clinical competencies in a directed, progressive manner. Prerequisites: FMED 208 and FMED 208L. S.

FMED 311. Intermediate Clinical Practicum I in Athletic Training. 2 Credits.

A clinical course designed to allow the student to develop specified clinical competencies in a directed progressive manner. Prerequisite: FMED 213. F.

FMED 312. Medical Aspects of Sports. 2 Credits.

A course designed to introduce students to various medical specialities and medical problems and their effects on athletic participation. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. F.

FMED 313. Intermediate Clinical Practicum II in Athletic Training. 2 Credits.

A clinical course designed to allow students to develop specified clinical competencies in a directed progressive manner. Prerequisite: FMED 481. Corequisite: FMED 320, FMED 321 and FMED 321L. S.

FMED 320. Athletic Training Modalities. 2 Credits.

A course designed to present the theoretical and applied principles and techniques for the application of modalities in sports injury care. Prerequisite: FMED 481. S.

FMED 320L. Laboratory Athletic Training Modalities. 1 Credit.

A course designed to practice the theoretical and applied principles and techniques for the application of modalities in sports injury care. Prerequisite: FMED 481. Corequisite: FMED 320. S.

FMED 321. Athletic Training Rehabilitation Techniques. 2 Credits.

A course designed to explain the principles and techniques of rehabilitation as they apply to athletic injuries. Prerequisite: FMED 481. Corequisite: FMED 321L. S.

FMED 321L. Laboratory Athletic Injury Rehabilitation Techniques. 1 Credit.

A course designed to allow students practical skill development of rehabilitation techniques utilized in athletic injury care as taught in FMED 321. Prerequisite: FMED 481. Corequisite: FMED 321. S.

FMED 343. Organizational Administration of Athletic Training. 3 Credits.

A course designed to acquaint students with the theories and principles of administration. Administrative functions as they relate to the athletic trainer will be explained. Prerequisite: Senior standing or consent of instructor. S.

FMED 411. Advanced Clinical Practicum I in Athletic Training. 2 Credits.

A clinical course designed to allow the student to develop specified clinical competencies in a directed progressive manner. Prerequisite: FMED 313. F.

FMED 413. Advanced Clinical Practicum II in Athletic Training. 2 Credits.

A clinical course designed to allow the student to develop specified clinical competencies in a directed progressive manner. Prerequisite: FMED 313. S.

FMED 481. Athletic Injury Assessment. 4 Credits.

A course designed to instruct the student in the theories and skills of injury evaluation. Prerequisite: FMED 213. F.

FMED 491. Seminar in Athletic Training. 2 Credits.

Advanced work in athletic training to include surgical and conservative injury management, rehabilitation and injury. Repeatable to 4 credits. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to 4 credits. F,S.

FMED 494. Directed Studies in Athletic Training. 1-4 Credits.

An in-depth study in a subject area selected by the student under tutorial supervision. Repeatable to 6 credits. Prerequisite: Instructor approval. Repeatable to 6 credits. F,S.

FMED 497. Internship in Athletic Training. 3 Credits.

Off campus athletic training experience designed to expose the student to alternate concepts of care. Repeatable up to 6 credits with instructor permission. Prerequisite: FMED 313. Repeatable to 6 credits. F,S,SS.

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