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CURRICULUM

  • The Athletic Training Education Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.
  • Students are educated to work with active populations in a variety of settings, including secondary schools, colleges, professional sports programs, sports medicine clinics, and industrial settings.
  • The program utilizes a variety of individuals, including academic and clinical athletic trainers, basic behavioral and social scientists, other allied health care professionals, athletes and coaches, and the community.
  • The athletic training program is part of Health and Human Movement Sciences, a collaborative group of health science majors with similar missions and goals.

CLINICAL EDUCATION EXPERIENCES/CAPSTONES/INTERNSHIPS

  • Athletic training students participate in a variety of health care practicum rotations, including attending orthopedic surgery, area college and high school athletic training rooms, area sports medicine clinics, area industrial medicine clinics, as well as the opportunity to meet with area professional sports athletic trainers.
  • A capstone internship takes place the final semester of the senior year and offers a culminating learning experience that helps prepare the student to become an entry-level athletic trainer.
  • Recent Carroll University clinical/capstone sites include:
    • Orthopedic Associates of Wisconsin
    • High schools throughout the greater Waukesha area
    • Aurora Sports Medicine Institute
    • Froedtert Sports Medicine
    • Quad Medicine
    • University of Denver
    • University of Minnesota
    • Northwestern University
    • US Naval Academy
    • Minnesota Twins
    • ATI Physical Therapy
    • Milwaukee Mustangs

GRADUATES OF THE PROGRAM

  • Upon passing the BOC exam, graduates are working as athletic trainers at:
    • University of Illinois
    • Pittsburg Pirates
    • Oakland A’s
    • Fresno State
    • Orthopedic Associates of Wisconsin
    • Aurora Sports Medicine Institute
    • Froedtert Sports Medicine
    • Quad Medicine
    • ATI Physical Therapy
    • St. Joseph College
    • Area high schools
  • Other graduates have chosen to further their studies and have gone to graduate schools such as:
    • Marshall University
    • Syracuse University
    • Illinois State University
    • Northern Illinois University
    • Western Illinois
    • North Dakota State
    • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    • Central Michigan
    • University of Minnesota
    • Auburn University
    • DePaul University
    • Marquette University

 

 
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