Demonstrate behaviors and dispositions consistent with the ethics and values of a healthcare professional.
Employ techniques for clinical evaluation and diagnosis of athletic injuries and illnesses.
Evaluate and incorporate current research evidence to guide clinical decision making.
Explain and apply theoretical and practical application of therapeutic modalities and other physical rehabilitation concepts for the benefit of restoring patients’ health related quality of life.
Explain and demonstrate appropriate emergency procedures and immediate care of life-threatening conditions common to physical activity.
Properly apply prophylactic taping and bracing to active individuals for the purpose of injury prevention and facilitation of physical activity.
Understand and demonstrate concepts associated with athletic training administration including effectively communicating with athletes, coaches, administrators, and other healthcare professionals.
All courses must be completed with a minimum grade of “C” (2.0) or higher to count in the degree.
Students must earn a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 to graduate. Students who fail to maintain a 3.0 GPA average may be dismissed from the program.
Graduate courses cannot be repeated more than once.
Students will have a maximum of three (3) years to complete the MAT degree. Should extenuating circumstances arise, a student may petition the SUU MAT Program Director for a time extension to complete the degree requirements.