Athletic Training

(A.A. degree)

First Year Fall Program courses
Personal and Community Health
General Chemistry I
Recommended courses
First-Year Seminar
College Writing I
General Psychology
Introduction to Computers or Advanced Excel

Spring Program courses
Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
College Algebra or Precalculus Mathematics
Recommended courses
Lifetime Fitness and Wellness
Biblical Literature
College Writing II
Speech Communication

Second Year Fall Program courses
Anatomy and Physiology
Elementary Statistics
Recommended courses
second social science course
electives

Spring Program courses
Principles of Nutrition
Personal Training
First Aid/CPR
Recommended courses
General Psychology
second humanities course
integration course

Requirements for a bachelor’s degree in athletic training vary from school to school. The student should consult transfer programs for guidance in selecting courses at Hesston. Those wishing to pursue a degree in athletic training for the CAATE accredited program at Bethel College should begin taking Bethel athletic training courses during their sophomore year at Hesston, provided they are granted provisional admittance into the Bethel program. Upon graduation from Hesston College and enrollment at Bethel College, students will have completed the first year of a three-year program.

Catalog 2014-15