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Manchester University Athletic Training

SUMMER 2013 SUMMER ORIENTATION DATES

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STUDENTS INTERESTED IN MAJORING IN ATHLETIC TRAINING SHOULD ENROLL IN THE FOLLOWING COURSES FOR THE FIRST YEAR OF STUDY:

FALL SEMESTER, 2012

ESS 150 - Injury & Illness for the Physically Active (3hrs)

ESS 150L - Injury & Illness for the Physically Active Lab (1hr)

ESS 106 - Medical Terminology (1hr)

FYS - First Year Seminar Course (4hrs)  

COMM 110 - Human Communication (3 hrs)

MATHEMATICS (determined by placement examination during summer orientation) (3 hrs)

CORE COURSE(s) (3 hrs)

This represents a course load of 14.5 semester hours.  Twelve to 15.5 semester hours is considered a full load.

SPRING SEMESTER, 2013

ESS 113 - Emergency Care for the Physically Active (3 hrs)

BIOL 202 - Fundamentals of Human Anatomy (3 hrs)

BIOL 202L - Fundamentals of Human Anatomy Lab (1hr)

COMM 110 - Human Communication (3 hr)

PE 101 - Physical Education Activity course (.5 hrs)

CORE COURSE(S) (3 OR 6 hrs)

This represents a course load of 13.5 - 16.5 semester hours.  Twelve to 15.5 semester hours is considered a full load.

HEPATITIS B VACCINES (HBV)

ALL athletic training majors are now required to either 1) receive the HBV series, or 2) voluntarily decline to receive the vaccine series BEFORE WORKING IN THE ATHLETIC TRAINING ENVIRONMENT (you may work in the athletic training environment if you are in the middle of the vaccination series).  IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU RECEIVE THE VACCINE SERIES! Declination forms will be sent to all new athletic training students. If you choose to receive the vaccine, that should be noted on your Manchester University Health History Form.  One of these completed forms (Health Form or Declination Form) must be on file at Manchester University before you work in the athletic training environment.

IMPORTANT MONEY-SAVING) NOTE:  Most county health departments will administer the HBV series FREE OF CHARGE if you begin the series before you are 18 years of age.  Take advantage of this service if you can, since the series typically costs $150.00!

 


 


 

 


 



 

 


 
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