2014-15 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs
Criteria for Retention
Athletic Training Program students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.75 in all courses. At the end of each semester, grades will be reviewed and if the required grade point average is not met, the candidate will be placed on probation. Students will be permitted to continue taking courses within the Athletic Training Program the subsequent semester provided a 2.75 grade point average is achieved by the end of the semester.
Athletic Training Program students must receive a grade of “C” or better in every course of the Athletic Training Program core. At the end of each semester, grades will be reviewed and if the student has received a grade less than a “C” in any course of the Athletic Training Program core, the student will be placed on probation. Students will be permitted to continue taking courses within the Athletic Training Program the subsequent semesters, but must complete the course with a grade of “C” or better.
If an Athletic Training Program student does not receive a grade of “C” or better in a course that is a prerequisite for a clinical course they will not be allowed to take that clinical course until a grade of “C” or better has been earned in the prerequisite course.
The student must meet any additional departmental requirements. Students are requested to check with their advisors concerning any additional departmental requirements. The student is expected to demonstrate the dispositions of a good Athletic Trainer throughout the program by being motivated/dedicated, responsible, resourceful, caring/sensitive, open minded, poised, ethical and collegial (collaborative/cooperative).
The student must maintain continuous enrollment. Students who are not enrolled at the university for more than two consecutive semesters (excluding summer semesters) will be dropped from the Athletic Training Program and must be re-admitted to the Athletic Training Program before proceeding with any coursework requiring admission to the Athletic Training Program.
Athletic Training Probation/Disciplinary Policy
Effect of Probationary Status
Students who do not maintain the required grade point average will receive a warning and be placed on academic probation from the program for the following semester. Students will have one semester to bring their grade point average up to the required grade point average. During the semester of academic probation, students are not able to participate in clinical rotations or athletic training room hours. Students will be required to meet with their academic advisors and the program director monthly and submit a grade report sheet at the time of each meeting.
Students who display inappropriate dispositions are to be reported by faculty or preceptor. Prior to filing the report, faculty/Preceptors would be expected to discuss their concerns about the student’s disposition with the student. If discussion of the concern does not remedy the problem, then an inappropriate dispositions report is filed. Both the student and reporting person should sign the report. If the student is unavailable (eg. due to excessive absences) the report may be filed without the student’s signature. The written report is filed with the Chair of Teacher Education and Human Performance who will forward copies to the candidate’s advisor and the Program Director. The form will describe the inappropriate disposition or behavior and also indicate the level of urgency in remedying the situation. Any report of inappropriate dispositions will require that the reporting faculty member be notified of an advisor/student action plan to remedy the concerns. In the case of multiple reports of inappropriate dispositions or an egregious incident the student will be required to meet with the Athletic Training Program Selection Committee (ATPSC) which will determine what action needs to be taken. Action may include an advisor/student plan to remedy concerns, probation with a plan to remedy concerns, or removal from the program. In the event of multiple reports or an egregious incident a “plan follow through: report must be filed with ATPSC prior to the Program Director’s endorsement to sit for the Board of Certification (BOC), Inc. exam.
Following the probationary semester, the ATPSC will review the candidate’s status. This review will include, but will not be limited to: grade point averages, dispositions, recommendations from faculty, and the previous probation history. The ATPSC will change the candidate’s status to fully admitted, or will drop the student from the Athletic Training Program. The candidate will be informed of the decision at the end of the semester. A student dropped from the Athletic Training Program will be dropped from clinical courses.
Student grievances would be taken up with the Preceptor. If the preceptor is not able to reconcile the problem, the issue should be brought to the Program Director, followed by the Chair of the Teacher Education and Human Performance Department, then the Dean of the College of Education and Health Sciences.
Procedure for Re-admittance to the Athletic Training Program
If a student was dropped from the Athletic Training Program for failure to enroll for more than two consecutive semesters, the candidate must meet with his or her advisor and be recommended for reinstatement by his or her advisor and the department chair.
If the student was dropped from the program for other reasons, he or she must go through the full admissions process, but will not be required to duplicate relevant items from the first admission.
Transfer Student Policy
Students considering a transfer to Minot State University may request an unofficial transcript review by contacting the Registrar’s Office at 701-858-3347. Students transferring to Minot State University must request that an official college or university transcript be sent to Minot State University Enrollment Services. An unofficial transcript can be sent to Minot State University’s Registrar’s Office for evaluation. Students should also submit an official transcript to the Athletic Training Program Director for review of program specific courses to determine eligibility for application to the Athletic Training Program (ATP). Transfer students will need to apply for admission to Minot State University and complete the admissions requirements. Transfer students are required to meet the same requirements for admission to the ATP as current Minot State University students (see Athletic Training Program Application Checklist). Transfer students are required to go through the process for application for admission to the Athletic Training program as are all new students. Acceptance of courses does not mean that a student will automatically be admitted to the Athletic Training Program. Transfer students will be required to take all Athletic Training Program specific course work at Minot State University. Students may be able to transfer in the following course work contingent upon syllabus and course catalog audits: BIOL 220 Anatomy And Physiology I, BIOL 221 Anatomy And Physiology II, PHYS and CHEM (determined by the Registrar’s Office for general education requirements and Program Director for ATP requirements).
The Transfer Process
Students must complete the following:
- Apply for admission, pay $35 application fee, and complete admissions requirements.
- Submit your official transcript(s) and review your Transfer Credit Summary Report to see how courses were transferred. You may also see Transfer Credit Guidelines to see course equivalents, how courses are approved, and how courses will be reviewed.
- Participate in orientation. All transfer students are required to participate in new student orientation.
- Enroll in classes, get your student ID, arrange your housing, and purchase your parking pass.
Bachelor of Science with a Major in Athletic Training
|General Education courses||38|
|Required Athletic Core|
|BIOL 220||Anatomy And Physiology I||4|
|BIOL 221||Anatomy And Physiology II||4|
|CHEM 115||Introductory Chemistry 1||4|
|or CHEM 121||General Chemistry I|
|HMS 215||Principles of Pharmacology||3|
|HPER 120||Weight Training 1||1|
|HPER 126||Group Fitness 1||1|
|HPER 128||Introduction to Athletic Training||3|
|HPER 129||A T Clinical Experience I||1|
|HPER 206||Medical Conditions||3|
|HPER 207||Prevention & Care of Injuries||2|
|HPER 208||Taping and Bracing||2|
|HPER 210||First Aid & CPR||2|
|HPER 223||A T Clinical Experience II||1|
|HPER 226||Methds of Teaching Group Fitness and Weight Training||2|
|HPER 270||Upper/Low Extremity Evaluattion||3|
|HPER 301||Psychomotor Development||2|
|HPER 304||Therapeutic Exercise||3|
|HPER 307||Head, Neck, & Spine Evaluation||3|
|HPER 310||Organization & Administration of PE & Athletics||2|
|HPER 323||A T Clinical Experience III||2|
|HPER 324||A T Clinical Experience IV||2|
|HPER 334||Nutrition for Physical Performance||2|
|HPER 407||Psychology of Physical Education & Athletes||2|
|HPER 410||Advanced Athletic Injuries & Modalities||3|
|HPER 420||Athletic Training Management||2|
|HPER 423||A T Clinical Experience V||2|
|HPER 424||A T Clinical Experience VI||2|
|HPER 425||Capstone in Athletic Training||1|
|HPER 433||Physiology of Exercise||3|
|HPER 441||Evaluation of Psychomotor Performance||3|
|MATH 210||Elementary Statistics||4|
|or PSY 241||Introduction to Statistics|
These courses can be taken as a part of the General Education requirement.
Sports Medicine Concentration
|HPER 207||Prevention & Care of Injuries||2|
|HPER 210||First Aid & CPR||2|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Upper/Low Extremity Evaluattion|
|Head, Neck, & Spine Evaluation|