Carie Staub, Health Sciences
MHS, LAT, ATC
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ISU DHS 1110/Health Professions, Year Two-This required sophomore course is an introduction to the health professions with emphasis on specific roles & responsibilities, and anatomy & physiology. Concurrent credit is available and this course meets requirements for the ISU Associate of Science in Health Science. Health Professions Syllabus
Sophomores get creative with body systems
ISU HCA 1115/Health Applications- This required course introduces juniors to the US healthcare system including the knowledge, basic skills and attitudes needed to become successful health professionals. Students MUST complete 2 job shadows for credit, and will complete Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training in the spring. CPR certification is renewed this year as well. Concurrent credit is available and this course meets requirements for the ISU Associate of Science in Health Science degree. Health Applications Syllabus
BSU KINES 220/Sports Medicine II- An elective survey course for juniors and seniors introducing the principles of care and prevention of sport induced injury. Emphasis will be on identification and differentiation of minor and major trauma related to sports participation. Thirty (30) clinical hours each semester are required in various athletic environments. Concurrent credit is available. Sports Med II Syllabus
BSU KINES 121/Rehabilitative Services-This capstone course instructs students in a variety of wrapping and taping procedures, wound care, modalities, and other equipment/techniques used in rehabilitative fields, especially athletic training. Concurrent credit is available, and this is a prerequisite for admission to the BSU Athletic Training Education Program. Rehab Services Syllabus