Dr. Melissa Thomas
Program Director Master of Athletic Training
Associate Professor of Kinesiology

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Dr. Melissa Thomas
Program Director Master of Athletic Training
Associate Professor of Kinesiology

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Master of Athletic Training

The University of Mobile has developed a dynamic approach for a student wishing to pursue the Master of Athletic Training. This approach provides opportunities for both traditional and non-traditional students, regardless of where the student begins the process.

An incoming freshman can begin work in Pre-Athletic Training or the Pre-Athletic Training Accelerated Bachelor’s Program. Pre-Athletic Training track is designed to span four years. Pre-Athletic Training Accelerated Bachelor’s Program allows a student to move swiftly through both undergraduate and prerequisite requirements earlier than the non-accelerated route. Admission to the MAT is not guaranteed, but it does allow the student to complete undergraduate and prerequisite coursework at an accelerated rate. Students that have previously been granted a degree can also apply once prerequisites are completed and all admission requirements have been met. This two-year program is specifically designed for the highly competitive student, interested in a combined liberal arts experience and professional component in athletic training.

Master of Athletic Training Online Brochure
Summer- Term I- 7 hours Lecture  
Course Code Name Credit Hour
AT 501 Principles of Athletic Training 3
AT 505 Management of Medical Emergencies  3
AT 510 Clinical Skills Lab I  1
Fall- Term II- 15 hours  
BIO 425 Human Gross Anatomy 4
AT 520 Evaluation of Musculoskeletal Injuries Lower Extremity 4
AT 525 Therapeutic Interventions Lower Extremity 4
AT 511 Clinical Skills Lab II 1
AT 590 Clinical I- Pediatric/ Adolescent – Clinical Immersion 2
Spring- Term III- 12 hours   
AT  515 Evidence Based Practice I 1
AT  530 Evaluation of Musculoskeletal Injuries- Upper Extremity 4
AT 535 Therapeutic Interventions Upper Extremity 4
AT 512 Clinical Skills Lab III  1
AT 591 Clinical II- College/Professional Clinical- Clinical Immersion 2
Summer- Term IV- 10 hours
AT 540 Psychosocial Strategies in Athletic Training  (online) 3
AT 545 Advanced Diagnostic Imaging – (May semester) 1
AT 550 Introduction to Pharmacology – online 3
AT 570 General Medical Conditions Assessment (May semester) 3
Fall- Term V- 11 hours 
AT 555 BOC Exam Preparation 1
AT 560 Management Strategies in AT 3
AT 565 Evaluation of Head, Neck and Spinal Injuries 4
AT 513 Clinical Skills Lab IV 1
AT 592 Clinical III -General Medical/ Orthopedic/ Physical Therapy/ Mental Health/ Wellness/Nutrition 2
Spring- Term VI- 7 hours 
AT 575 Research Design in Athletic Training 3
AT 580 Advanced AT Techniques 1
AT 585 Senior Capstone in Athletic Training 1
AT 593 Clinical IV- Elective Clinical Immersion 8 weeks- Student Site Choice 2
62 Total hours