Thomas Jefferson University

Accelerated Health Science BS/MS Athletic Training Combined Degree Program
Curriculum


Total Credit Hours: 163-164

For information about the program's prerequisite courses, visit the Applying page.

Year 1

    Fall

  • Pathways Seminar
  • Writing I
  • Biology Concepts Lecture and Lab
  •  Topics in American Studies
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Introduction to Psychology

Spring

  • American Diversity
  • Writing Seminar II: Multimedia Communication
  •  Chemistry I Lecture & Lab
  • Developmental Psychology
  •  Applied Statistics Intro to Health Professions

Year 2

Fall

  • Global Diversity
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture and Lab
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Free Elective

Spring

  • Ethics
  • Nutrition
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture and Lab
  • Introduction to Health Care
  • Concepts in Fitness and Wellness

Year 3

Fall

  • Ethics
  • Nutrition
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture and Lab
  • Introduction to Health Care
  • Concepts in Fitness and Wellness

Spring

  • Philosophies of the Good Life
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Medical Terminology & Documentation
  • Research Methods
  • Free elective

Year 4

Fall

  • Functional Human Anatomy
  • Emergency Care
  • Fundamentals of Athletic Training
  • Basics of Rehabilitation
  • Practicum in Athletic Training I
  • Medical & Professional Ethics

Spring

  • Prevention, Evaluation and Treatment of Athletic Injuries I (Upper Extremity)
  • Therapeutic Modalities
  • Human Physiology
  • Motor Control and Human Movement
  • Practicum in Athletic Training II

Summer

Specialty Practicum in Athletic Training

Year 5

Fall

  • Prevention, Evaluation and Treatment of Athletic Injuries II (Lower Extremity)
  • Organization and Administration in Athletic Training
  • Practicum in Athletic Training III
  • General Medical Condition and Pharmacology in Athletic Training
  • Research/Collaborative Project I

Spring

  • Prevention, Evaluation and Treatment of Athletic Injuries III (Spine and advanced techniques)
  • Psychological Aspects of Injury and Rehabilitation
  • Professional Topics in Athletic Training
  • Practicum in Athletic Training IV
  • Research/Collaborative Project II