Eastern Washington University originally obtained CAAHEP accreditation for the athletic training curriculum program in October 2002. The program went through the process of CAATE (Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education) re-accreditation during the 2007-2008 academic year. The next comprehensive review will occur during the 2017-2018 academic year. This accreditation is also reviewed annually.
This major is designed for those students who are interested in becoming certified athletic trainers. This major will prepare students to sit for the Board of Certification for the Athletic Trainer Examination, and work competently in the field of athletic training and sports medicine. Students must apply and be accepted into the Athletic Training Program. Admission to the program is based upon evaluation of the student's application materials.
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If you have questions or want to setup an advising appointment, please feel free to contact Garth Babcock, program director, 509.359.2427, firstname.lastname@example.org, or the PEHR Department, PEB 200, Cheney, WA 99004-2431.
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The major welcomes both current and transfer students, and generally requires three years to complete. If specific prerequisites are met, however, the program can be completed within a two-year time frame. Students wishing to be admitted must apply and be accepted in to the Athletic Training Program. Applications are due at the end of the winter quarter. Students in the program will receive formal instruction and clinical practice in development of proficiencies in: risk management and injury prevention, pathology of injuries and illnesses, assessment and evaluation, acute care of injury and illness, pharmacology, therapeutic modalities, therapeutic exercise, general medical conditions and disabilities, nutritional aspects of injury and illness, psychosocial intervention and referral, health care administration, and professional development and responsibilities.
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