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Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology

Bachelor of Science Athletic Training Degree

For those attending Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology and are interested in a Bachelor of Science Athletic Training Degree from Lake Superior State University, what follows is a list of courses required at the Community College and LSSU.
   

Course Requirements at Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology

 

List of Equivalent LSSU Courses
 

CMM115 Communications I

3

 

ENGL110 First Year Composition I

3

 

CMM225 Human Serv. Communication

3

 

HMSV electives

3

 

OPA100 Interpersonal Skills in Rehab. I

3

 

OPA101 Fitness & Well. Apps. To Rehab

3

EXER140 Health Fitness

3

 

OPA102 Orient. To Healthcare & Rehab.

3

 

OPA103 Human Anatomy +

OPA109 Physical Agents +

OPA106 Clinical Pathology I +

OPA201 Clinical Pathology II

5

3

4

4

BIOL121 Anatomy & Physiology I +

BIOL122 Anatomy & Physiology II +

HLTH232 Pathophysiology

4

4

3+5

 

 

OPA104 Human Movement

4

EXER141 Introduction to Movement

3+1

 

OPA105 Fieldwork Preparation

2

 

OPA107 Applied Human Movement

3

 

OPA110 Physiotherapy Clinical Skills I

3

 

OPA112 Aquatic Therapy

2

 

OPA113 Fieldwork Preparation I

1

 

OPA114 Fieldwork Placement I

3

 

OPA115 O.T. Principles & Clinical Skills I

6

 

OPA200 Interpersonal Skills in Rehab II

3

 

OPA203 Physiotherapy Clinical Skills II

3

 

OPA204 O.T. Clinical Skills II

3

 

OPA205 Fieldwork Placement II - Physio

5

 

OPA207 The Spirit of Caring

3

 

OPA208 Clinical Case Studies

6

 

OPA209 Documentation Skills OTA/PTA

2

 

OPA210 Communication Disorders

2

 

OPA211 Professional Topics in Rehab

1

 

OPA212 Fieldwork Placement III -Physio

10

 

OPA213 Fieldwork Placement IV – OT

10

 

OPA214 Mental Hlth/Psychosocial Issues

3

 

PSY102 Introduction to Psychology

3

PSYC101 Introduction to Psychology

3

 

PSY204 Lifespan Developmental Psych

3

PSYC155 Lifespan Development

3

 

General elective (suggest NTR100 Nutrition Through the Life Cycle)

3

NTR100=EXER275 Nutrition

2+1

 

 

 

 

TOTAL SAULT COLLEGE CREDITS

115

* 32 direct program transfers/ 6 to GE

       
TOTAL LSSU EQIVALENCY
38
   

Resources:

Contact:

Prof. Joanna MacDougall
Sault College
(705) 759-2554 x 2510

Dr. Joe Susi
Lake Superior State University
(906) 635-2161

Note: This guide is valid for working police officers who receive a Police Foundations Diploma from Sault College or who have been certified by Sault College as having the equivalent (Fall 2004). This articulation allows police officers with at least three year’s experience to earn a Police Foundations (PFP) diploma from Sault College and a Criminal Justice Generalist degree from LSSU via distance education. When they transfer to LSSU, Sault College will certify that these officers have satisfied the PFP diploma qualifications. LSSU will accept that they have earned the groups of courses listed on this transfer guide.

Proposed Course Sequence
For Transfer Students From
Sault College PTA/OTA Program

The following courses are proposed for those transferring with the following assumptions:

  • These classes have transferred in
  • ENGL110 First Year Composition I
  • EXER140 Health and Fitness
  • EXER141 Introduction to Movement
  • EXER275 Nutrition for Sport
  • BIOL121 Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIOL122 Anatomy and Physiology II
  • PSYC101 Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 155 Life Span Development
  • HLTH232 Pathophysiology

The student has completed enough credits at Sault College which, combined with those of the LSSU courses to be earned, will bring the total credits to more than the 124 required for graduation.

The student will be taking EXER340: Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training at LSSU. Work is being done to determine the viability of making this a transferred course, but at this point, EXER340 will be required.

The student has been accepted into the ATEP at the end of his/her first year.

Spring and Fall 2006 were the course schedules used to determine the following proposed course sequence. Therefore, the timetable is subject to change.

Additional LSSU Course Requirements

 

 

Courses to Complete BS Degree:

 

 
 

CHEM104 Life Chemistry I

3

 
 

CHEM105 Life Chemistry II

4

 
 

COMM101 Fund. Of Speech Comm.

3

 
 

ENGL111 First Year Composition II

3

 
 

EXER230 Athletic Injury/Illness Prevent

EXER232 Athletic “/Illness Recognition

EXER234 Preventative Taping Tech.

EXER262 Exercise Physiology I

3

3

1

3

 
 

EXER265 Ess.in Strength Trng./Con. *

3

 
 

EXER268 Fitness Evaluation I

2

 
 

EXER275 Nutrition (if necessary)

2

 
 

EXER301 AT Clinical Experience I

2

 
 

EXER302 AT Clinical Experience II

2

 
 

EXER340 Therapeutic Modalities in AT

3

 
 

EXER344 Kinesiology

3

 
 

EXER346 Therapeutic Exercise in AT

3

 
 

EXER349 Ortho. Assess/Sports Med.

3

 
 

EXER358 Research Methods In ExSci.

3

 
 

EXER401 AT Clinical Experience III

2

 
 

EXER402 AT Clinical Experience III

2

 
 

EXER428 PY Aspects/EX.&A. Rehab

3

 
 

EXER452 Admin. In Allied Health

3

 
 

EXER492 Internship

6

 
 

HLTH189 Medical First Responder

3

 
 

HLTH209 Pharmacology

3

 
 

HLTH328 Multicultural/Health Care *

3

 
 

HUMN251 Humanities I

4

 
 

Humanities elective from Gen. Ed. list

3/4

 
 

MATH207 Principles of Stats Methods

3

 
 

NURS212 Health Appraisal

4

 
 

SOCY101 Introduction to Sociology

3

 
 

*recommended Support Electives

 

 
 

TOTAL LSSU CREDITS

89-93

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

   
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