The Master of Science in Advanced Athletic Training is a post-professional degree consisting of 34 credits. The student will take coursework in Musculoskeletal Diagnostic Ultrasound, Evidence Based Therapeutic Modalities, Advanced Emergency Care, Evidence Based Orthopedic Evaluation, Kinesio Tape® and Manual Therapies. The following are certifications and training students will obtain: CKTP (Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner®) certification, Musculoskeletal diagnostic ultrasound for the shoulder, knee and ankle; Advanced Emergency Care including airway management, IVs, and 12-lead EKGs; Greenman's Principles of Manual Therapy, and inserting thermocouple techniques.
In addition, all students in the MS in Advanced AT program are required to complete a thesis. The thesis topic MUST be in one of the MS AT faculty research areas.
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