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The University of New Mexico Undergraduate Athletic Training program is no longer accepting applicants. The program is transitioning to a Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) degree starting in July 2022. For more information about the MSAT program, click here. For additional information, please contact the Program Coordinator, Dr. Sara Nottingham, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in pursuing the MSAT program, we recommend completing the undergraduate Exercise Science degree at UNM because it includes all pre-requisite courses. More information about the B.S. in Exercise Science can be found here: https://www.unm.edu/~lkravitz/Pages/UG.html
The mission is to provide exceptional education and prepare critical thinking professionals for a career in athletic training. Emphasis is placed upon developing skills in assessment, management, and scholarship to become life-long learners and effective healthcare providers. Graduates will provide leadership and service in society and deliver optimal healthcare.
Athletic Training Student Handbook 2020-2021
Dr. Sara NottinghamAthletic Training Program Coordinator Johnson Center, Room 1132 505/277-1610 email@example.com
The University of New Mexico Athletic Training Program is dedicated to creating and maintaining an educational program that meets the standards and guidelines set forth by the following governing bodies: Board of Certification (BOC), Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE), National Athletic Trainers’ Association Executive Committee for Education (ECE).
The University of New Mexico (UNM) grants a Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training upon completion of the Athletic Training Program. Successful completion of the program is achieved through the content as described below:
The BOC Role Delineation / Practice Analysis 7th Edition (2016) divides the profession into five major domains:
Athletic Training Educational Competencies 5th Edition (2011) categorized the educational curricula into eight content areas which include:
The Athletic Training Program is dedicated to graduating students who are prepared to:
The program curricular outcomes are aligned with the eight (8) content areas as designated by the 5th Edition NATA Educational Competencies. Eleven (11) student learning outcomes (SLOs) have been identified as key curricular assessments, they are:
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