Feb 06, 2023  
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Applied Music

  
  
  
  
  
  

Art

  
  
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    ART 1123 - 3-D Design

    (TCCNS = ARTS 1312)
    3 (2-4)

    Fundamental principles of 3-dimensional design. Continuation of 1113 with emphasis on small construction format developing the use of various tools, materials, and presentation skills.


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    ART 1333 - Computers for Artists


    3 (2-4)

    Introductory studio experience in using the computer as a creative medium. Emphasizes hands-on software training directed towards the art of visual design and aesthetic expression. Topics include digital imaging, motion graphics, editing, and animation. Will also trace the central role played by computers in the field of the electronic arts from pioneering efforts to current trends.


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    ART 1613 - Ceramics for Non-Art Majors


    3 (2-4)

    This course is designed to be an introduction to ceramic materials, techniques and historic and contemporary ceramic aesthetic. Other topics explored will include the history of ceramics, cultural awareness, and critical contemporary ceramic theory with information being presented by readings, image lectures, individual and class discussion and guest artists. No previous ceramic or artistic knowledge is needed or presumed.

    Core Code: 090B - Undergraduate Inquiry & Creativity


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    ART 2153 - Printmaking I

    (TCCNS = ARTS 2333)
    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 1113 , ART 1123 ART 1323  or consent of instructor.

    Introduction to printmaking. Beginning instruction in one of the following printmaking processes: intaglio, dealing with etching, aquatint, and soft ground. Relief printing methods including linocuts and relief intaglio applications. Screen process printing (serigraphy) dealing with direct photo emulsions. Monoprint and monotype processes.


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    ART 2313 - Painting I

    (TCCNS = ARTS 2316)
    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 1113 , ART 1123 ART 1323  or consent of instructor.

    Introduction to painting. Instruction in one of the following areas: Oil medium, acrylic medium, or watercolor medium. Oil and acrylic painting including the fabrication of stretchers and surface preparations.


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    ART 2523 - Sculpture I

    (TCCNS = ARTS 2326)
    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 1113 , ART 1123 ART 1323  or consent of instructor.

    Introduction to sculpture. Emphasis on exploration of materials through the proper use of appropriate tools and working processes. Beginning instruction in the following: casting (flexible and non-flexible mold making, wax model making, substitution materials in bronze, aluminum, plaster, rubber, and plastic); woodworking (hand and power equipment); metal fabrication (oxyacetylene and electrical welding).


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    ART 2713 - Graphic Design I

    (TCCNS = ARTS 2313)
    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 1113 , ART 1333  or consent of instructor.

    Introduction to the fundamental components of design theory and the history of graphic design. Creation of solutions to design problems through conceptualization, research, execution, and presentation of projects. Overview of design methodologies.


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    ART 2813 - Metals I

    (TCCNS = ARTS 2341)
    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 1113 , ART 1123 ART 1323  or consent of instructor.

    Introduction to metalsmithing. The development of basic construction and manipulation processes of various non-ferrous metals. Minimum of four of the following techniques are covered: rivets, soldering, piercing, casting, enameling, raising, die-forming, and stone setting. Also various surface treatments will be explored including etching, stamping, roll milling, inlay, and patinas. Emphasis on design and craftsmanship.


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    ART 3013 - Photography II


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 2013  or consent of instructor.

    Photography as an expressive medium, with an emphasis on personal style. Continued development of advanced darkroom techniques. These include the use of a medium format camera and an introduction to archival processing.


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    ART 3023 - Photography III


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 3013  or consent of instructor.

    Color photography as a fine arts medium with emphasis on development of professional skills. This course includes color slide processing, printing, positives from color slides, and color negatives. May be repeated once for credit by mass communication majors.


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    ART 3533 - Sculpture III


    3 (2-4)

    (formerly 3623)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 3523  or consent of instructor.

    Advanced study in various traditional and nontraditional materials with emphasis on continued individual exploration and skill development.


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    ART 3613 - Ceramics III


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 3603  or consent of instructor.

    Selected studio problems in handbuilding and throwing techniques with emphasis on combining the two techniques. An understanding of ceramic raw materials and basic glaze will be developed.


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    ART 3703 - Graphic Design II


    3 (2-4)

    (formerly 2723)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 2713  or consent of instructor.

    In-depth exploration of the production of vector and raster graphics. Projects ranging from the creation of logos to the creation of social awareness campaigns. Continuation of the development of print production and presentation skills.


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    ART 3713 - Graphic Design III


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 3703  or consent of instructor.

    Introduction to the role of graphic designers in the layout and design of publications. Practices and technologies used to create multi-page publications. Exploration of typographic forms and applications.


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    ART 3813 - Metals II


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 2813  or consent of instructor.

    The continued development of metalsmithing skills and design in various non-ferrous metals. Minimum of four of the following techniques are covered: rivets, soldering, piercing, casting, enameling, raising, die-forming, and stone-setting.


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    ART 3823 - Metals III


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 3813  or consent of instructor.

    Advanced study in various metalsmithing processes and skill development with emphasis on continued individual exploration of design, ideas, and skill development.


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    ART 3913 - Professional Practices


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Art majors only. Consent of instructor.

    Practical and philosophical aspects concerned with success outside of the academic environment. A survey of information centering on career opportunities, interviewing, business and professional concerns, this course will involve in-class and outside-of-class activities, discussions, and assignments.


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    ART 4013 - Photography IV


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 3023  or consent of instructor.

    This course will explore color photography as a fine arts medium. Experimental approach to color will be explored. These approaches will include cliche vere, non silver, dye transfer, and electronic imaging.


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    ART 4023 - Photography V


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 4013  or consent of instructor.

    This course will explore advanced techniques of both black and white and color. The course will introduce students to the 4x5 camera and studio lighting. Advanced individual problems in photography with further emphasis on the development of a personal direction stressing production of works suitable for use in the Senior Exhibition. May be repeated for credit.


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    ART 4113 - Photography in Great Britain


    3 (3-0)

    This is the lecture component of the class where historical and contemporary photographic practices in Great Britain will be addressed. London’s museums, galleries, and institutions such as the Royal Photographic Society will be utilized; important British photographers will be invited to class to discuss their work. Field trips to such locations as Stonehenge and Laycock Abbey will be an integral part of the course. Each student will compile a photographic portfolio as a final project.


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    ART 4123 - Photography in Great Britain


    3 (2-4)

    This is the studio component of the class where historical and contemporary photographic practices in Great Britain will be addressed. London’s museums, galleries, and institutions such as the Royal Photographic Society will be utilized; important British photographers will be invited to class to discuss their work. Field trips to such locations as Stonehenge and Laycock Abbey will be an integral part of the course. Each student will compile a photographic portfolio as a final project.


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    ART 4153 - Printmaking V


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 4143  or consent of instructor.

    Further emphasis in individual development of image and technique stressing production of prints to be included in the Senior Exhibition. May be repeated for credit.


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    ART 4163 - Domestic/International Field Study


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.

    Studies away from MSU campus in studio art and art history. Will include preparatory class meetings before travel and at the conclusion of experience. May be repeated for credit when topics and instructors vary.


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    ART 4223 - Drawing V


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 4213  or consent of instructor.

    Advanced individual problems in drawing with further emphasis on the development of a personal direction stressing production of works suitable for use in the Senior Exhibition.  May be repeated for credit.


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    ART 4303 - Foundations of Art Education I


    3 (2-4)

    A study of the essential elements of fine arts as outlined by the Texas Education Agency. The course provides experience in the value of art, art judgment, creativity, and awareness of art fundamentals. It also combines experience in working with both two- and three-dimensional media with reading and research in art.


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    ART 4323 - Painting V


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 4313 .

    Selection of media previously investigated. Consistency of imagery, idea, and refinement of technical skill expected. Production of paintings to be included in Senior Exhibition. May be repeated for credit.


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    ART 4443 - Modern and Contemporary Art


    3 (3-0)

    Examines art, architecture, visual, and material cultural from the mid-19th century to the present through the analysis of visual and theoretical texts.  Explores major art critical texts that debate modernity, modernism, ideologies of the avant-garde, postmodernism, and gender.


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    ART 4513 - Exhibition and Presentation Methods


    3 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.

    A practicum in the fundamentals of exhibition organization. Emphasis on gallery installation and advanced presentation skills beyond the studio experience. May be repeated for credit.


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    ART 4533 - Topics in the History of Art


    3 (3-0)

    Survey and investigation of a particular topic, problem, or issue in art history with emphasis on those not covered in other courses (e.g., issues in contemporary art, Mesoamerican art before the conquest; women in art; history of museums and collecting; problems in methodology; history, criticism, theories of photography; etc.). Exact content will be announced before each offering. May be repeated once for credit.


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    ART 4543 - Topics in Studio Art


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 1113 , ART 1123 , ART 1313 ART 1323  or consent of instructor.

    Advanced study of various disciplines of studio art. Studio offerings will be outside of mainstream courses, and will not be credited to established areas of major and minor study. May be repeated for credit when topics and instructors vary. Advanced art hour credit.


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    ART 4553 - Sculpture IV


    3 (2-4)

    (formerly 3633)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 3533  or consent of instructor.

    Advanced study in various processes with emphasis on combining materials. Stress placed on individual development of ideas and a refinement in techniques and skills.


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    ART 4563 - Sculpture V


    3 (2-4)

    (formerly 4623)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 4553  or consent of instructor.

    Further emphasis in individual development of techniques and concept. Stress placed on production of works to be included in the Senior Exhibition. May be repeated for credit.


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    ART 4603 - Ceramics IV


    3 (2-4)

    (formerly 4523)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 3613  or consent of the instructor.

    Advanced individual problems in clay construction and design with an emphasis on the development of personal direction. Problems in non-utilitarian forms with consideration for the technical problems inherent to the process and materials selected by the student.


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    ART 4613 - Ceramics V


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 4603  or consent of instructor.

    Advanced individual problems in clay construction and design with further emphasis on the development of a personal direction stressing production of works suitable for use in the Senior Exhibition. May be repeated for credit.


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    ART 4703 - Graphic Design IV


    3 (2-4)

    (formerly 3723)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 3713  or consent of instructor.

    Animation design through Flash and Photoshop.  Use of storyboards and skills involving interface design.  Special attention to concept design and creative problem solving.


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    ART 4713 - Graphic Design V


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 4703  or consent of instructor.

    Introduction to Web-page and site development.  Emphasis on team approaches to solving complex design problems.  Advanced individual problems in graphic design with further emphasis on the development of a personal direction stressing production of works suitable for use in the Senior Exhibition. May be repeated for credit.


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    ART 4743 - Graphic Design with an International Perspective


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 1113  and 1333 .

    This is the lecture component of the class where students learn the historical and contemporary contributions that London has provided to the field of graphic design. Students will visit museums, design firms, and receive lectures from some of London’s greatest designers in order to broaden their perspective on the design world. Each student will create a design campaign that will be portfolio and exhibition worthy by the end of this course. This course is part of the British Studies Program.


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    ART 4753 - Graphic Design with an International Perspective


    3 (0-6)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 1113  and 1333 .

    This is the studio component of the class where students learn the historical and contemporary contributions that London has provided to the field of graphic design. Students will visit museums, design firms, and receive lectures from some of London’s greatest designers in order to broaden their perspective on the design world. Each student will create a design campaign that will be portfolio and exhibition worthy by the end of this course. This course is part of the British Studies Program.


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    ART 4813 - Metals IV


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 3823  or consent of instructor.

    Advanced study in various metalsmithing processes with emphasis on combining processes and stressing individual exploration of contemporary metals design and skill development.


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    ART 4823 - Metals V


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): ART 4813  or consent of instructor.

    Advanced individual problems in metals with emphasis on the development of a personal direction stressing production of works to be included in the Senior Exhibition. May be repeated for credit.


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    ART 4913 - Independent Study


    3 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): Nine hours in the field to be investigated.

    Individual student research, scholarship, and/or art production with faculty guidance.  Students must complete 3 hours of work per week per credit hour earned.  Faculty advisors must meet with student on average for 1 hour per week for a 3-credit independent study.  Students earning a 3-credit independent study must complete an average of 9 hours of work each week for a total of 135 hours for the semester. May be repeated for credit.


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    ART 4923 - Senior Exhibition


    3 (2-4)

    Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.

    Special emphasis on all aspects of preparation for the selection and presentation of work included in the senior exhibition. Includes production of resume, artist’s statement, exhibition announcement, public relations practices, and various forms of correspondence and communication. For B.F.A. majors only. To be taken during final semester. Instructor oversees all aspects of every senior exhibition.


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    ART 4933 - Visual Arts Apprenticeship


    3 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): Consent of department chair and instructor.

    Practical work experience related to student’s career objectives. Students may apprentice under an art faculty specialist or an approved professional in the field. The maintenance of a weekly log, a written report, and a faculty/supervisor evaluation are required. May be repeated in different environments for a total of six hours credit.


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Athletic Training

  
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    ATRN 1073 - Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries

    (TCCNS = PHED 2356)
    3 (3-0)

    This course is for prospective coaches and exercise physiology students wishing to have an introduction to basic athletic training techniques used for prevention and care of injuries common to the physically active individual. The course will encompass theory and practical application of basic skills needed to treat and care for athletic injuries.


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    ATRN 1173 - Introduction to Athletic Training


    3 (3-0)

    Co-requisite(s): ATRN 1171 .

    An introductory course to the health care profession of Athletic Training. This course is for students in the pre-professional phase of the AT program. Students will learn content and material leading to entry into the professional phase of the AT program. Students must be concurrently enrolled in ATRN 1171  Lab.


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    ATRN 1203 - Health and Wellness


    3 (3-0)

    This course provides students with a broad in-depth study of the dynamic process involved in achieving and maintaining a healthy and productive lifestyle. Learning experiences emphasizing general knowledge and practical application of concepts relative to physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, social and environmental health will provide the foundation for the dynamic process presented in this course. (Same as EXPH 1203 .)


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    ATRN 1211 - Athletic Training Clinical I


    1 (0-3)

    Prerequisite(s): Athletic Training major or approval by instructor. Co-requisite(s): ATRN 1213 .

    Includes assigned clinical experiences as well as the laboratory and clinical application of anatomical landmarks in relation to muscle origins, insertions, and actions, with a focus on palpation skills. This clinical includes an in-depth study and application of taping, wrapping, padding, and bracing techniques in the athletic training clinical setting.


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    ATRN 1213 - Anatomy & Palpations for Athletic Training I


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 1173 . Co-requisite(s): ATRN 1211  and ATRN 3803 .

    A foundational course on muscle origin, insertion and actions with a study of bony and soft tissue palpations for the lower extremity with reference to proper medical terminology and abbreviations. Students must be concurrently enrolled in ATRN 1211  and 3803 .


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    ATRN 1313 - Anatomy & Palpations for Athletic Training II


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 1213 . Co-requisite(s): ATRN 2901  and 3813 .
     

    A continuation course on muscle origins, insertions and actions with a study of bony and soft tissue palpations for the upper extremity with reference to proper medical terminology and abbreviations. Students must be concurrently enrolled in ATRN 2901  and 3813 .


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    ATRN 2001 - Athletic Training Colloquium I


    1 (1-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Admittance into the Athletic Training Education Program.

    Assigned athletic training seminar topics that explore problem-based situations and encourage critical thinking and a continued mastery of athletic training content to reinforce retention of information from previous semester.


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    ATRN 2211 - Emergency Care & First Aid Lab


    1 (0-3)

    Co-requisite(s): ATRN 2213 .
     

    A laboratory experience to follow content in ATRN 2213. Skills and proficiencies will include wound care, bandaging, splint and immobilization techniques used in emergency care, first aid, CPR and AED. Students must be concurrently enrolled in ATRN 2213 .


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    ATRN 2213 - Emergency Care & First Aid


    3 (3-0)

    Co-requisite(s): ATRN 2211 .

    A study of the concepts related to delivery of emergency care, first aid and AED. Students will be given the opportunity to obtain national certification in first aid, CPR and AED. Students must be concurrently enrolled in ATRN 2211 and successfully complete and pass skills and proficiencies in ATRN 2211 .


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    ATRN 2433 - Medical Terminology


    3 (3-0)

    An introduction into terminology commonly used in health care professions. This course will focus on prefixes, suffixes, and whole-word terminology for medical records, charting, and communication with other allied health care professionals.


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    ATRN 2901 - Athletic Training Clinical II


    1 (0-3)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 1073 , ATRN 1211 . Co-requisite(s): ATRN 2903 .

    Includes assigned clinical experiences as well as practical experiences in both laboratory and clinical application of therapeutic modalities. Topics include selection, implementation, and effectiveness of therapeutic modalities in the athletic training clinical setting.


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    ATRN 2903 - Therapeutic Modalities


    3 (3-0)

    (formerly 4803)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 1073 . Co-requisite(s): ATRN 2901 .

    Investigation of the scientific principles underlying therapeutic modalities in athletic training. Includes discussion of selective modalities therapeutic purposes, indications, contraindications, and adverse effects.


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    ATRN 3001 - Athletic Training Colloquium II


    1 (1-0)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 2901 , ATRN 3803 , and ATRN 3813 .

    Assigned athletic training seminar topics that explore problem-based situations and encourage critical thinking and a continued mastery of athletic training content to reinforce retention of information from previous semester.


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    ATRN 3103 - General Medical Assessment


    3 (3-0)

    (formerly 2703)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 3913 . Co-requisite(s): ATRN 3911 .

    Principles for prevention, assessment, and management of injuries and illnesses common to the physically active individual. Learning experiences emphasize concepts related to pre participation physical examinations; injuries and illnesses of the abdominal, thoracic, cranial, and facial areas; and the athletic trainer’s role as a part of a healthcare team.


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    ATRN 3111 - Athletic Training Clinical III


    1 (0-3)

    (formerly 3901)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 2901 , ATRN 3811 . Co-requisite(s): ATRN 3913 .

    Includes assigned clinical experiences as well as practical experiences in both laboratory and clinical application of therapeutic and rehabilitation exercises. Topics include the planning and implementation of therapeutic exercise related to the rehabilitation of the physically active patient.


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    ATRN 3331 - Sport and Exercise Pharmacology


    1 (1-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing in the Athletic Training major.

    A survey of important pharmacological concepts and agents relevant to health, sport, and fitness professionals.


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    ATRN 3801 - Orthopedic Assessment and Management I Lab


    1 (0-3)

    Prerequisite(s):  . Co-requisite(s): ATRN 3803 .

    Evaluation and management of orthopedic injuries and conditions of the physically active patient, with a specific focus on the lower extremity, lumbar, and sacral spine. Includes practical experience in both laboratory and clinical applications.


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    ATRN 3803 - Evaluation of Athletic Injuries I


    3 (3-0)

    (formerly 4003)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 1073 . Co-requisite(s): ATRN 3801 .

    Integration of understanding the mechanism of injury into assessment techniques used to distinguish injuries common to the physically active individual with a specific focus on the lower extremity, lumbar, and sacral spine.


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    ATRN 3811 - Orthopedic Assessment and Management II Lab


    1 (0-3)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 3801 . Co-requisite(s): ATRN 3813 .

    Evaluation and management of orthopedic injuries and conditions of the physically active patient, focus on the upper extremity, cervical, and thoracic spine. Includes practical experience in both laboratory and clinical applications.


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    ATRN 3813 - Evaluation of Athletic Injuries II


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 3803 . Co-requisite(s): ATRN 3811 .

    Integration of understanding of the mechanism of injury into assessment techniques used to distinguish injuries common to the physically active individual with a focus on the upper extremity, cervical, and thoracic spine.


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    ATRN 4001 - Athletic Training Colloquium III


    1 (1-0)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 3913 .

    Assigned athletic training seminar topics that explore problem-based situations and encourage critical thinking and a continued mastery of athletic training content to reinforce retention of information from previous semester.


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    ATRN 4123 - Data Analysis


    3 (3-0)

    The focus of this course is to provide an interdisciplinary data analysis course specifically for athletic training majors using techniques and data structures relevant to clinical investigations. General topics include choosing correct procedures and using statistics to understand clinical data. Specific topics include but are not limited to basic statistics, measures of correlation and difference, hypothesis testing and bias, confidence intervals, reliability and validity, significance, power analysis, levels of evidence, sample size and distribution, assessing effects of treatment, quality improvement, relative risk and relative risk reduction, and odds ratio.


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    ATRN 4423 - Research and Athletic Training


    3 (3-0)

    This lecture course instructs the athletic training student in the role that research plays in the practice of athletic training. Topics include problem development, literature review, data analysis techniques and interpretations, institutional review boards, and communicating the results.


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    ATRN 4903 - Administration of Athletic Training


    3 (3-0)

    (formerly 3903)

    Prerequisite(s): Senior standing within the ATEP. Co-requisite(s): ATRN 4801.

    Overview of administrative and finance principles applicable to the operation of athletic training programs.


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    ATRN 4911 - Athletic Training Clinical VI - Capstone


    1 (0-3)

    Prerequisite(s): Senior standing within the ATEP.

    Problem-based course to encourage critical thinking and a continued mastery of athletic training clinical skills. Includes practical experience in both laboratory and clinical applications.


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    ATRN 4991 - Independent Study in Athletic Training


    1 semester hour

    Prerequisite(s): Junior or senior standing in Athletic Training and permission of instructor.

    Specialized studies in the scientific and applied areas of athletic training.


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    ATRN 4992 - Independent Study in Athletic Training


    2 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): Junior or senior standing in Athletic Training and permission of instructor.

    Specialized studies in the scientific and applied areas of athletic training.


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    ATRN 4993 - Independent Study in Athletic Training


    3 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): Junior or senior standing in Athletic Training and permission of instructor.

    Specialized studies in the scientific and applied areas of athletic training.


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