Non-Thesis

 

Graduate Studies in Sports Medicine

Non-Thesis Requirements

 

First Year:

Fall

  • Introduction to Research Methods 3 hours
  • Data Acquisition in Sports Medicine 3 hours
  • Pathology and Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries 3 hours
  • Educating & Investigating Therapeutic Modalities in Sports Medicine 3 hours
Spring
  • Advanced Human Anatomy (Cadaver lab included) 5 hours
  • - Students will take course in the Summer between year 1 & 2.
  • Current Trends in Sports Medicine 3 hours
  • Sports Medicine Symposium 1 hours
  • Elective 3 hours

Second Year: 

Fall

  • Organization and Administration in Sports Medicine 3 hours
  • Clinical Seminar in Sports Medicine I 3 hours
  • Master’s Internship 3 hours
  • Elective or Independent Study 3 hours

Spring

  • Sports Medicine Graduate Seminar 3 hours
  • Clinical Seminar in Sports Medicine II 1 hour
  • Journal Club 2 hours
  • Elective or Independent Study 3 hours

Some Elective Options:

Fall

  • Resistance Training
  • Muscle Physiology
  • Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • Exercise and Disease
  • Exercise and Weight Management

Spring

  • Psychology of Sport Injury
  • Exercise EKG and Stress Testing
  • Applied Sport Science
  • Applied Motor Learning
  • Sociology of Sport

Mission

To provide the advancement of evidence based knowledge through education, research and clinical experiences with the objective to develop well rounded professionals who can contribute to the field through the understanding of current literature, trends, equipment, and practices within sports medicine prevention and rehabilitation.

Contact Us

Office: HPER E 208
Mailing Address: MSSM, 250 South 1850 East, HPER E 208
Phone: 801-585-1820
Email: athletictraining@utah.edu

Charlie Hicks-Little

Program Director
Phone: 801-581-4897
Email: charlie.hickslittle@hsc.utah.edu

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