Jun 25, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin

All Courses


 

Art History

  
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    ARTH 2133 Images of the American West


    (3 hours) Block Two
    The American West as envisioned and understood across a range of interpretations and iconographies, primarily in literature and historical narrative, but also in film, painting, and other forms of cultural representation. Various mythologizings of “the West” as defined over time, and the persistence of such mythologies in the present. Same as ENGL 2133  and HIST 2133 .
  
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    ARTH 2203 Survey of Art History I


    (3 hours) Block One
    Western art and architecture from prehistoric times through the Middle Ages. Explores basic artistic principles and vocabulary, specific examples of works, and the historical and social context from which these works emerged. Provides the background to take more advanced art history courses and ability to critically assess works of art.
  
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    ARTH 2223 Survey of Art History II


    (3 hours) Block One
    Western art and architecture from Proto-Renaissance through 20th century, introduces basic artistic principles and vocabulary, specific examples of art and architecture, discuss historical, social context from which work emerged. Provides background for more advanced art history courses; develops ability to critically assess art by placing it into proper historical context.
  
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    ARTH 3013 History of Photography


    (3 hours)
    Surveys the history of photography and the discourses shaping it from the 19th century to the present, with an emphasis on key technological and artistic developments. Students will hone skills of visual analysis, including formal and contextual methods, psychoanalysis, and postmodern and postcolonial theory. Lecture and discussion. Prerequisite: ARTH 2223 .
  
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    ARTH 3093 American Art


    (3 hours) CDGS
    Seventeenth to 21st century. Places art into broader cultural, historical, social, political context, examining discourses that shaped American art: mapping new terrain, defining America, representing republican virtue, nature and nation, art and commerce, machine aesthetics, and modernism, defining identities in a multicultural America, from Cold War to culture wars.
  
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    ARTH 3643 Italian Renaissance Art: 1300-1480


    (3 hours)
    Explores the development of art and architecture produced in Italy from 1300 to 1480. Examines works of art, architecture, and material culture within their broader social and historical context in an effort to better understand the works and the people who made and viewed them. Prerequisites: ARTH 2203  or ARTH 2223  or permission of instructor. Same as HIST 3643 .
  
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    ARTH 3743 Italian Renaissance Art II: 1480-1580


    (3 hours)
    Explores the development of art and architecture produced in Italy from 1480 to 1580. Examines works of art, architecture, and material culture within their broader social and historical context in an effort to better understand the works and the people who made and viewed them. Prerequisite: ARTH 2203  or ARTH 2223  or permission of instructor.
  
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    ARTH 4023 Art since Mid-Century


    (3 hours)
    Art and visual culture from mid-20th century to present, including Pop Art, Minimalism, conceptual art, land art, postmodernism, tactical media, and relational aesthetics. Places art into broader cultural, historical, social, political context, examining issues such as the development of new media; the changing status of the art object and the art market; the role of the artist; the relationship between artwork, artist, and viewer; and globalization. Prerequisites: None, but ARTH 2223  strongly recommended.
  
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    ARTH 4033 Cultural Responses to War in the 20th Century


    (3 hours)
    Interdisciplinary course examines the methods that individuals in the 20th century have adopted to document, decry, and honor war. It focuses on three moments of cultural response to trauma: modernist production in World War I, West Germany during World War II, and American reactions to the Vietnam War. Prerequisites: ARTH 2203  and ARTH 2223 , or permission of instructor.
  
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    ARTH 4043 Art and Architecture across the Mediterranean c. 1000-1600


    (3 hours)
    Examines the Mediterranean basin as arena of intercultural contact. Explores locations of artistic interaction, such as the Crusader States, the Iberian Peninsula, Norman Sicily, and Constantinople/Istanbul. Themes include art and architecture in interfaith communities, the appropriation of rival aesthetics, and the depiction of the cultural Other. Prerequisites: ARTH 2203  and ARTH 2223 .
  
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    ARTH 4053 Gender and Sexuality in Renaissance Art


    (3 hours)
    Addresses the effects of gender on the history of artistic practice, patronage, and viewing during the Italian Renaissance. Students explore gender and sexuality as social constructs, and investigate ways these ideas are reflected in and created by works of art and architecture from the years 1300-1580. Prerequisites: ARTH 2203 , ARTH 2223 , or WS 2013 . Same as WS 4053 .
  
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    ARTH 4223 Fauvism to Abstract Expressionism


    (3 hours)
    Art and visual culture from the turn of the 20th century through mid century, including Fauvism, Cubism, Constructivism, Dada, Surrealism, and Abstract Expressionism. Examines the various discourses that shaped twentieth-century art and the analysis of it, such as modernism, the avant garde, psychoanalysis, social history, and semiotics. Prerequisite: ARTH 2223  or permission of instructor.
  
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    ARTH 4333 A Magnificent Art: The Court 1400-1750


    (3 hours) CDGS
    Investigates the ways in which art was used by rulers and courtiers to create and maintain political, social and personal identities. Examines individual courts throughout Europe and address themes such as magnificence, collecting, humanism, and the roles of women and artists at court. Prerequisite: ARTH 2203 , ARTH 2223 , WS 2013  or permission of instructor. Same as WS 4333 .
  
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    ARTH 4353 17th-Century Dutch and Flemish Painting


    (3 hours)
    Examination of the form and content of the two-dimensional arts of the Protestant Northern Netherlands and the Catholic Southern Netherlands, with a focus on the art patronage system and the art market as they shape the painting of the 1600s. Prerequisite: ARTH 2203  or ARTH 2223  or permission of instructor.
  
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    ARTH 4403 Topics in Cultural Art History


    (3 hours) CDGS
    Examination of a special topic in art history. Prerequisite: ARTH 2203  or ARTH 2223  or permission of instructor.
  
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    ARTH 4593-6 Museum Internship


    (3-6 hours)
    Provides practical experience in an art museum or gallery setting. Engagement with more than one museum task, such as exhibition research and installation, collection management, and education and community outreach. Only 3 hours count towards the major; does not count towards the minor. Prerequisites: ARTH 2203 , ARTH 2223  and 2 upper-level art history courses or permission of instructor.
  
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    ARTH 4613 19th-Century European Art


    (3 hours)
    Art and architecture from 1780 to the turn of the 20th century, from Neo-Classicism to Post- Impressionism. Places art into broader cultural, historical, social, and political context, examining various discourses that shaped 19thcentury art, especially in France: the Enlightenment and French Revolutions, classical revival, rise of Romanticism, encounter with new cultures, industrialization and urbanization, and the emergence of the avant-garde. Prerequisite: None, but ARTH 2223  recommended.
  
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    ARTH 4673 Seminar in Art History


    (3 hours)
    In-depth examination of topic through extensive reading, in-class discussion and independent research projects. Prerequisites: ARTH 2203 , ARTH 2223  and at least one upper level art history course with grades of C or higher, or permission of instructor.
  
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    ARTH 4803 Special Topics in Art History


    (3 hours)
    Examination of a special topic in art history. Prerequisite: ARTH 2203  or ARTH 2223  or permission of instructor.
  
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    ARTH 4973 Senior Project


    (3 hours)
    In-depth examination of topic through extensive reading, in-class discussion and independent research projects. Prerequisites: ARTH 2203 , ARTH 2223  and permission of instructor.
  
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    ARTH 4993 Independent Study


    (3 hours)
    Independent research on a specific topic in the history and criticism of art conducted under guidance of faculty. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

Arts Management

  
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    AM 1012 Introduction to Arts Organizations


    (2 hours)
    Examines the structure and function of the various essential components of arts organizations. Classroom discussions are complemented by visiting local arts agencies and organizations on site, to study their particular missions, functions and compositions.
  
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    AM 1110 Arts Experiences


    (0 credit)
    Arts management majors are required to complete this course on a pass-fail basis for each semester after declaring the major. Attendance and/or participation in 12 events (concerts, recitals, stage plays, musicals, art exhibitions, etc.) on and off campus, per semester are required.
  
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    AM 3011 Arts Practicum I


    (1 hour)
    Students complete specific projects and assignments within art, theatre and music during separate semesters. Supervising professors in each discipline monitor and mentor the responsibilities and projects.
  
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    AM 3013 Arts Administration I


    (3 hours)
    The first course in a two-consecutive-semester, in-depth study of the artistic, organizational, business functions and daily operations of general management concepts, budgeting, compensation, risk management, public relations, community support, staff and board development, with special attention to fundraising and grant writing.
  
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    AM 3021 Arts Practicum II


    (1 hour)
    Students complete specific projects and assignments within art, theatre and music during separate semesters. Supervising professors in each discipline monitor and mentor the responsibilities and projects.
  
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    AM 3023 Arts Administration II


    (3 hours)
    The second course in a two-consecutive-semester, in-depth study of the artistic, organizational, business functions and daily operations of general management concepts, budgeting, compensation, risk management, public relations, community support, staff and board development, with special attention to fundraising and grant writing. Prerequisite: AM 3013 .
  
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    AM 3031 Arts Practicum III


    (1 hour)
    Students complete specific projects and assignments within art, theatre and music during separate semesters. Supervising professors in each discipline monitor and mentor the responsibilities and projects.
  
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    AM 4613 Arts Internship I


    (3 hours)
    A practical capstone experience that provides professional hands-on experience in the field. The internship is monitored by Division faculty and includes the option and/or combination of local, regional, national or international placement in London. Approval of program director is required.
  
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    AM 4623 Arts Internship II


    (3 hours)
    A practical capstone experience that provides professional hands-on experience in the field. The internship is monitored by Division faculty and includes the option and/or combination of local, regional, national or international placement in London. Approval of program director is required.
  
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    AM 4973 Senior Seminar


    (3 hours)
    Senior capstone project. Prerequisite: Approval of arts management advisor.
  
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    AM 4993 Independent Study


    (2-3 hours)

Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum

  
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    AS 1001 First Year College Experience


    (1 hour)
    Introduction to college life and academic expectations along with strategies for success. Sections may also provide an overview of a major. For freshman matriculating at TU immediately after graduating from high school.
  
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    AS 2001 The Liberal Arts and Preparation for Life after Graduation


    (1 hour)
    Preparation for life after graduation - employment, community service in the U.S. or abroad, and/or graduate school (immediately or down the road). Development of skills and resources for on-going reflection about career interests and goals.
  
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    FS 1973 First Seminar


    (3 hours)
    Writing requirement.  The First Seminar provides an intimate atmosphere in which to study with a faculty member and underscores the enduring relationship between writing and learning by requiring several papers to be written during the semester. First seminars are offered in the spring.  Students taking ENGL 1033 in the Spring semester of their Freshmen year must wait until the spring of their Sophomore year to complete the First Seminar requirement.  Prerequisite: ENGL 1033 .

Athletic Training

  
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    ATRG 1001 Athletic Training Orientation


    (1 hour)
    Introduction to college life and overview of academic and professional expectations for athletic training and exercise and sports science students.
  
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    ATRG 1013 Concepts and Issues in Sport Sciences


    (3 hours)
    Explores the field of exercise and sports science, covering sub-disciplines and career paths within each area. Emphasizes governing agencies, certifying bodies, and licensing processes of each clinical practice area including the American College of Sports Medicine, National Strength and Conditioning Association, American Physical Therapy Association, etc.
  
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    ATRG 1021 Self Defense


    (1 hour)
    Being able to defend oneself is a life skill that requires both physical and mental preparation. Introduction to the martial arts including history and techniques related to Tae Kwon Do, Hap Ki Do, and breathing. Includes lectures and physical skill acquisition and practice.
  
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    ATRG 1172 Prevention and Treatment Practicum


    (2 hours)
    Focuses on taping, padding, and other techniques to prevent athletic injuries, as well as basic injury management techniques including wound care, crutch fitting, and wrapping. Required for prospective athletic training students. Corequisite: ATRG 2653 .
  
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    ATRG 1991 Personal Well-being


    (1 hour)
    Examines history, techniques, and movements associated with focused wellness. Introduces the skills and methods of total health and wellness, emphasizing mental and physical discipline.
  
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    ATRG 2021 Human Anatomy and Kinesiology Lab


    (1 hour)
    Practical application of the material presented in ATRG 2023 . Students will participate in hands-on activities, such as free weights, machine weights, and cardiovascular machines, which will allow them to learn how specific muscles and/or muscle groups are targeted in an athletic performance environment. Corequisite: ATRG 2023 .
  
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    ATRG 2022 Pedagogy of Sport Skills


    (2 hours)
    Emphasis on the theory of and participation in non-traditional and traditional sports and activities. Includes analysis of skills, discussion on developmental appropriateness, terms, cues, basic rules, equipment setup, and teaching strategies. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
  
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    ATRG 2023 Human Anatomy and Kinesiology


    (3 hours)
    Anatomical study of structure and function of the human body specifically related to sport and physical performance. Emphasis on the mechanics of movement. Corequisite: ATRG 2021 .
  
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    ATRG 2032 Pedagogy of Outdoor and Lifetime Activities/Sports


    (2 hours)
    Concepts, terms, safety issues, teaching strategies, sports skills, and developmental appropriateness related to a variety of outdoor activities and sports. Learning how to guide and process students through initiative problems, adventure games, and trust activities. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
  
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    ATRG 2053 Pedagogy of Lifetime Activities and Sports Skills


    (3 hours)
    Major emphasis on the development of teaching competencies necessary for implementation of effective instruction of non-traditional and traditional sports and outdoor activities. Students will learn how to guide and process students through initiative problems, adventure games, and trust activities. Specific pedagogical skills will be identified that are critical to the a) development of a safe and positive learning environment, b) progressive development of psychomotor skills, and c) development of cognitive and affective application skills related to successful performance of sports/outdoor skills. These skills will be discussed, practiced, and analyzed through supervisor-guided self/peer observations and evaluations. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
  
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    ATRG 2103 Women and Sports


    (3 hours) CDGS
    A chronological perspective on the contributions, challenges, and changes in sports for women. The history and development of women’s sports and the role of governing bodies and sanctioning organizations are examined. The impact of sports on the role of women in American society and the Olympic influence are discussed. Same as WS 2103 .
  
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    ATRG 2451 Practicum


    (1 hour)
    Early laboratory and clinical experiences in kinesiology and and rehabilitative sciences degree programs, including but not limited to athletic trainnig, physical education, recreation leadership, strength and conditioning, coaching and health sciences. The initial pre-professional clinical experience with primary duties including observation and assisting instructors management and general duties.
  
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    ATRG 2452 Drug Education/Pharmacology


    (2 hours)
    Emphasis on legal and illegal drug use in the world today. Topics include indications, contraindications, and effects of commonly used non-prescription and prescription medicines; the use of ergogenic aids and illegal substances in athletics; and neurophysiology and pharmacology as related to the effects of drugs on the body.
  
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    ATRG 2552 CPR for the Professional Rescuer


    (2 hours)
    Acquaints students with accident, injury, and illness situations, techniques for immediate first aid, and legal parameters involved when administering emergency care.
  
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    ATRG 2553 Emergency Procedures in Athletic Training


    (3 hours)
    Emergency cardiac care skills as well as airway management, oxygen administration, spine stabilization, emergency transportation, external hemorrhage management, and recognition and treatment of emergency situations including heat illness, asthma, diabetes, shock, and allergies.
  
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    ATRG 2563 Sports Nutrition


    (3 hours)
    Emphasis on basic nutrition, fundamentals of digestion, absorption and metabolism, nutrients and their roles, and specific sports/nutrition-related subjects.
  
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    ATRG 2601 Therapeutic Modalities Practicum


    (1 hour)
    Techniques and clinical skills relating to the treatment of injuries using therapeutic modalities. Corequisites: ATRG 2802  and ATRG 2663 .
  
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    ATRG 2603 Strategies for Healthy Living


    (3 hours)
    Consists of theory and practicum. The theory component presents an overview of current strategies and practices for healthy living, including health maintenance and disease prevention.
  
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    ATRG 2653 Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries


    (3 hours)
    Emphasis on study of etiology and mechanism of injury, pathology, and recognition of clinical signs and symptoms of athletic injury. Provides knowledge required for proper recognition, management, and prevention of athletic injuries.
  
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    ATRG 2663 Therapeutic Modalities


    (3 hours)
    Theoretical background for clinical application of therapeutic modalities. Principles of electrophysics and biophysics, specific physiological effects and therapeutic indications and contraindications associated with use of electrotherapeutic modalities, hydrotherapeutic modalities, cryotherapy, paraffin, ultrasound, intermittent compression unit, massage, and other contemporary modalities. Prerequisite: ATRG 2653  with a grade of C or higher. Corequisites for athletic training majors only: ATRG 2601  and ATRG 2802 .
  
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    ATRG 2802 Practicum II


    (2 hours)
    The clinical observation of athletic trainers will provide students the opportunity to observe the application of taping, padding/bracing, use of therapeutic modalities, first aid/wound care, OSHA regulations and other athletic training responsibilities.
  
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    ATRG 2813 Clinical Experience II


    (3 hours)
    The clinical experience will occur under the supervision of a preceptor and will provide students the opportunity to develop skills and integrate knowledge relating to the use of protective equipment and therapeutic modalities, and management of emergency situations, acute injuries and heat-related illnesses. Prerequisite: ATRG 2553  with a grade of B or higher. Corequisites: ATRG 3601  and ATRG 3642 .
  
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    ATRG 3022 Professional Responsibilities in Athletic Training


    (2 hours)
    Emphasis on developing professional behaviors including documentation and communication skills, and utilizing research and evidence-based practice in clinical decision making. Students will also understand various diagnostic testing methods, medical records systems, and types of insurance.
  
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    ATRG 3023 Exercise Physiology


    (3 hours)
    Physiological responses and adaptations to physical activity. Extensive practical applications to evaluating cardiovascular fitness and information on training for improvement in fitness, health, and performance. Prerequisites: ATRG 2021  and ATRG 2023  with grades of C or higher. Corequisite: ATRG 3121 .
  
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    ATRG 3032 Instructional Methods in Health


    (2 hours)
    Current health concepts and developments, with emphasis on the role and methodologies for health instruction in various settings.
  
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    ATRG 3121 Exercise Physiology Lab


    (1 hour)
    Lab-based instruction that entails the measurement and calculation of health and human performance-related variables. Prerequisites: ATRG 2021  and ATRG 2023  with grade of C or higher. Corequisite: ATRG 3023 . Labs run concurrent to lectures in ATRG 3023 .
  
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    ATRG 3143 Life Span Motor Development


    (3 hours)
    Focuses on the study of motor skill acquisition among children, adolescents, and adults. Emphasis on the discussion of motor learning concepts, developmental and growth factors, learning theories (both physical and mental), and the techniques of motivation as related to planning and instruction. Prerequisites: ATRG 3023  and ATRG 3121 .
  
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    ATRG 3401 Therapeutic Rehabilitation Practicum


    (1 hour)
    Focuses on techniques and clinical skills relating to the rehabilitation of injuries, including isokinetic equipment, manual therapy, and muscle re-education. Corequisites: ATRG 3653  and ATRG 3813 .
  
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    ATRG 3403 Physical Activities for Elementary Populations


    (3 hours)
    Methods and practical experience to enhance effectiveness in teaching physical education to young people in kindergarten through fifth grade. Public school laboratory experiences are required. Prerequisites: ATRG 2022  or ATRG 2032  with grade of C or higher; junior standing and permission of instructor.
  
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    ATRG 3513 Clinical Methodology


    (3 hours)
    Introduction to the basic skills used during fitness evaluations. A variety of assessment skills are covered and students are exposed to equipment commonly used in assessment. Prerequisites: ATRG 3023  and ATRG 3121  with grades of C or higher.
  
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    ATRG 3601 Orthopedic Assessment: Lower Extremity Practicum


    (1 hour)
    Focuses on techniques used to evaluate orthopedic injuries to the lower extremity and thorax. Emphasis on skills in orthopedic assessment, goniometry, manual muscle testing techniques, special tests, and postural evaluations. Corequisites for athletic training majors only: ATRG 2813  and ATRG 3642 .
  
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    ATRG 3642 Orthopedic Assessment: Lower Extremity


    (2 hours)
    Common types of orthopedic injuries to the lower extremity and thorax are discussed. Injuries are discussed in terms of prevention, etiology and mechanism of injury, pathology, recognition and evaluation techniques, and protocols. Prerequisites: ATRG 2021 , ATRG 2023 , and ATRG 2653 . Corequisites for athletic training majors only: ATRG 2813  and ATRG 3601 .
  
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    ATRG 3652 Orthopedic Assessment: Upper Extremity


    (2 hours)
    Common types of orthopedic injuries to the upper extremity, head, and spine are discussed in relation to prevention, etiology and mechanism of injury, pathology, recognition and evaluation techniques, and protocols. Prerequisites: ATRG 2021 , ATRG 2023 , ATRG 2653 , and ATRG 3642 . Corequisites for athletic training majors only: ATRG 3701  and ATRG 3803 .
  
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    ATRG 3653 Therapeutic Rehabilitation


    (3 hours)
    Essentials of rehabilitation programs, physical examinations, principles of therapeutic exercise, muscle re-education, techniques of rehabilitation, and special therapeutic techniques. Prerequisites: ATRG 2653  and ATRG 3642 . Corequisites for athletic training majors only: ATRG 3401  and ATRG 3813 .
  
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    ATRG 3701 Orthopedic Assessment: Upper Extremity Practicum


    (1 hour)
    Focuses on techniques used to evaluate orthopedic and sports injuries to the upper extremity, head, and spine. Emphasis on skills in orthopedic assessment, goniometry, manual muscle testing techniques, special tests, and postural evaluations. Corequisites for athletic training majors only: ATRG 3652  and ATRG 3803 .
  
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    ATRG 3713 Development of Strength and Conditioning Programs


    (3 hours)
    Provides skills and knowledge necessary in developing and implementing strength and conditioning programs for both competitive and non-competitive populations. Emphasis on teaching and supervising safe resistance training techniques. Prerequisites: ATRG 2021 , ATRG 2023 , ATRG 3023 , and ATRG 3121 ; or permission of instructor.
  
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    ATRG 3803 Clinical Experience III


    (3 hours)
    The clinical experience will occur under the supervision of a preceptor and will provide students the opportunity to develop skills and integrate knowledge relating to evaluation of lower extremity injuries and management of injuries. Students will continue to develop previously demonstrated professional practices. Corequisites: ATRG 3652  and ATRG 3701 .
  
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    ATRG 3813 Clinical Experience IV


    (3 hours)
    The clinical experience will occur under the supervision of a preceptor and will provide students the opportunity to develop skills and integrate knowledge relating to evaluation of upper extremity injuries, exercise, and nutrition. Students will continue to develop previously demonstrated professional practices. Corequisites: ATRG 3401  and ATRG 3653 .
  
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    ATRG 3991-3 Independent Study


    (1-3 hours)
  
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    ATRG 4053 Legal Aspects in Athletic Training


    (3 hours)
    Analysis of the legal system and major problems/issues in sports medicine. Includes analysis of fundamental and current issues.
  
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    ATRG 4063 Global Practice in Health Care


    (3 hours)
    In-depth analysis of healthcare systems in the U.S. and abroad. Comparison of a variety of aspects that influence the healthcare system in both the U.S. and other countries. Involves required faculty led international travel for completion of the course.
  
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    ATRG 4113 Motor Control and Development


    (3 hours)
    Motor control theories for manipulative and ambulatory skills as related specifically to developmental stages of learners. Skill acquisition as influenced by physical, emotional, and mental impairment will be addressed. Current theories as related to practice structure will also be presented. Prerequisites: ATRG 3023  and ATRG 3121  with grades of C or higher.
  
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    ATRG 4116 Preventative, Immediate and Emergent Care of Injury


    (6 hours)
    The etiology, pathology, and recognition of clinical signs and symptoms of injury and illness. Includes knowledge and techniques for the prevention, recognition, emergent and/or immediate care, and treatment of injuries and illnesses.
  
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    ATRG 4122 Educating Special Needs Children in the Physical Realm


    (2 hours)
    Designed to provide students with information regarding characteristics of various handicapping conditions, history, federal mandates, assessment, placement, and intervention strategies that adapt physical education programs to meet the needs of atypical students. Prerequisites: ATRG 2022 , ATRG 2032 , and ATRG 3403  with grades of C or higher.
  
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    ATRG 4123 Program Design


    (3 hours)
    Introduction to program planning and implementation in school and non-school instructional settings. Emphasis is on curriculum development from needs assessment to evaluation. Prerequisites: ATRG 2022 , ATRG 2032 , and ATRG 3403  with grades of C or higher.
  
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    ATRG 4143 Foundations of Therapeutic Intervention


    (3 hours)
    Theoretical background for clinical application of therapeutic modalities and therapeutic rehabilitation. Principles of electrophysics, biophysics and biomechanics; specific physiological effects; as well as indications and contraindications related to specific techniques used in therapeutic modalities and therapeutic rehabilitation. Prerequisite: Admission to M.A.T. program.
  
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    ATRG 4153 Exercise Management for Special Populations


    (3 hours)
    Course is designed to increase the understanding and practical application of exercise to special populations. Course material centers around diverse populations, both normal, healthy and special populations with a variety of abilities and disabilities.
  
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    ATRG 4201 Methods in Teaching Lab


    (1 hour)
    Designed to be a supervised pre-teacher candidacy field experience for the practical application of various aspects of teaching methods. Corequisite: ATRG 4203 .
  
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    ATRG 4203 Methods in Teaching


    (3 hours)
    Focus is on planning and implementation of effective instructional strategies in secondary schools. Prerequisites: ATRG 2022 , ATRG 2032 , and ATRG 3403  with grades of C or higher. Corequisite: ATRG 4201 .
  
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    ATRG 4413 Internship


    (3 hours)
    Off-campus rotation designed to allow the student to practice using existing clinical skills under the direct supervision of a clinical supervisor, as well as acquire new clinical skills specific to that clinical setting. Prerequisites: ATRG 3513  or ATRG 2663  with grade of C or higher and overall GPA of 2.5 or higher.
  
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    ATRG 4433 Applications in Exercise and Sports Science


    (3 hours)
    This capstone course is designed to prepare a student for the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification examination. Prerequisites: Senior standing in the exercise and sports science program; ATRG 2021 , ATRG 2023 , ATRG 3023 ATRG 3121 ATRG 3513 ATRG 3713 ATRG 4413 ATRG 4713 BIOL 2153 , and BIOL 2173 , all with a grade of C or higher; and GPA in ATRG courses of 2.5 or higher.
  
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    ATRG 4501 Organization/Administration Practicum


    (1 hour)
    Practical application of administrative concepts of athletic training. Hands-on experience is gained as the student completes required assignments, projects, and case studies. Corequisites: ATRG 4663  and ATRG 4803 .
  
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    ATRG 4663 Athletic Training Organization/Administration


    (3 hours)
    Administrative components of athletic training. Basic concepts of legal liability, financial management, day-to-day scheduling and supervision, maintenance, and general administration. Corequisites: ATRG 4501  and ATRG 4803 .
  
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    ATRG 4713 Biomechanics


    (3 hours)
    Introduction to the biomechanics of human movement, including terminology and mechanical concepts. Emphasis on anatomical and mechanical considerations as applied to injured and non-injured athletes. Prerequisites: ATRG 3023  and ATRG 3121  with grades of C or higher.
  
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    ATRG 4723 Illness and Disease in the Physically Active


    (3 hours)
    Focuses on common illnesses, diseases, and conditions that affect physical activity including causes, signs/symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and activity modifications. Taught by physicians and includes lab experiences.
  
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    ATRG 4803 Clinical Experience V


    (3 hours)
    The clinical experience will occur under the supervision of a preceptor and will provide students the opportunity to develop skills and integrate knowledge relating to therapeutic rehabilitation, psychological strategies, developing fitness programs, general medical conditions, and pharmaceuticals. Students will continue to develop previously demonstrated professional practices. Corequisites: ATRG 4501  and ATRG 4663 .
  
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    ATRG 4903 Applications in Athletic Training I


    (3 hours)
    The first of a two-semester capstone course to prepare a student for the BOC Inc. examination and a career in athletic training, and to explore areas relating to professional development and responsibility. Students will continue to develop previously demonstrated professional practices and complete a clinical rotation under the supervision of a preceptor. Prerequisite: Senior standing in athletic training program.
  
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    ATRG 4913 Applications in Athletic Training II


    (3 hours)
    The second of a two-semester capstone course to prepare a student for the BOC Inc. examination and a career in athletic training, and to explore areas relating to professional development and responsibility. Students will continue to develop previously demonstrated professional practices and complete a clinical rotation under the supervision of a preceptor. Prerequisite: Senior standing in athletic training program.
  
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    ATRG 4991-3 Independent Study


    (1-3 hours)
  
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    ATRG 5216 Clinical Evaluation and Therapeutic Intervention I


    (6 hours)
    Orthopedic injury to the lower extremity and thorax are discussed. Injury and chronic conditions are discussed in terms of prevention, etiology, pathology, recognition and evaluation, immediate care, and therapeutic intervention. Techniques and clinical skills will encompass initial assessment, therapeutic modality utilization, and techniques of rehabilitation. Prerequisite: ATRG 4143  with a grade of B or higher.
  
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    ATRG 5223 Research for Practice


    (3 hours)
    Focuses on forming and researching PICO clinical research questions, as well as the application of research findings into clinical decision making and further study. Prerequisite: AHS 4043  with a grade of B or higher, or equivalent.
  
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    ATRG 5323 Pathophysiology for the Health Professional


    (3 hours)
    Investigate common pathologies and how they may alter the function of the systems of the body. Special attention paid to common pathologies seen in the  athletic training setting as well as the position statements put out by the NATA. Appropriate modifications to physical activity and rehabilitation discussed.
  
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    ATRG 5713 Supervised Practice I


    (3 hours)
    Under the supervision of a preceptor, students will demonstrate athletic training skill acquisition while integrating knowledge into clinical decision making during the provision of direct patient care. Specifically, clinical practice will focus on the fundamentals of prevention, immediate and emergent care, and therapeutic intervention. Prerequisite: ATRG 4123  with a grade of B or higher.

Audiology

  
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    CDAU 3181-3 Clinical Practicum in Audiology


    (1-3 hours)
    Clinical practicum experiences for students interested in pursuing graduate study in audiology. Study and observations of the role of the audiologist in the school, clinic, and hospital settings.
  
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    CDAU 3203 Introduction to Clinical Audiology


    (3 hours)
    A survey of clinical audiology. Includes an overview of the profession of audiology, the physics of sound, the anatomy and physiology of the auditory system, basic audiologic tests, audiogram interpretation, and disorders of the auditory system.
 

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