Athletic training is an allied health profession within the American Medical Association. Our mission is to enhance the quality of health care for the physically active through prevention, evaluation, management, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Certified athletic trainers are part of a Sports Medicine team approach of total medical care including the athlete, coaches, orthopedic physician and allied health medical specialists.
The faculty and staff have created a positive learning environment for all majors by fostering the development of the whole person: physical, psychological and spiritual. Direct supervision of majors in all clinical settings creates interactive opportunities for the continuous evaluation, development and positive re-enforcement of prudent athletic training skills.
Graduates of Xavier University's athletic training program receive a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree and are eligible to sit for the BOC exam.
General Medical Conditions
A comprehensive study of the internal organs of the body for screening of internal injuries and general medical conditions in athletic participation. Special attention to prevention, recognition, and treatment of general medical conditions and the referral of life-threatening injuries.
Clinical Experience Courses 1-6
These courses allows an athletic training student the opportunity to practically apply current practices, principles and techniques in athletic training under appropriate supervision in a real-world setting. With Cincinnati as a back-drop, there are many opportunities for clinical experiences.
Athletic Training Senior Seminar
A culminating experience which presents an extensive overview of the entire professional preparation in Athletic Training. Resume writing, job interviewing skills, and graduate school selection are included. This course serves as a spring board to an Athletic Training majors' future.
Cincinnati offers a world of opportunities
Students in the athletic training major participate in hands-on learning experiences under the direct supervision of Certified Athletic Trainers in concert with team physicians, orthopedic physicians, physical therapists, and other allied health professionals.