Sports Medicine Minors

The Sports Medicine program is proud to offer three unique and distinct minors to compliment and enhance your degree.

Sports Medicine: Administration

The Sports Medicine: Administration minor focuses on administrative and academic information and skills for students who want to enter into sports medicine administration positions in hospitals, clinics, physician offices and academic research.

The minor's curriculum provides the common skills, techniques and knowledge associated with administrative responsibilities in medical and health care, as well as academic careers, including, but not limited to, evidence-based research, medical and healthcare ethics and administration in health care.

Sports Medicine: General Medical and Emergency Care

The Sports Medicine: General Medical and Emergency Care minor focuses on general medical, pharmaceutic and EMT skills and is designed for students interested in medical or pharmacy school.

The minor's curriculum includes general anatomy and physiology of the head, neck, thorax, abdomen and neurologic structures; and organs associated with general medical pathologies scene in the sports medicine field (including, but not limited to, diabetes, respiratory, digestive and cardiovascular conditions).

Sports Medicine: Orthopedic Patient Care

The Sports Medicine: Orthopedic Patient Care minor focuses on orthopedic and rehabilitation classes and is designed for students interested in fields such as athletic training, orthopedics (orthotists, prosthetist), orthopedic physician, chiropractic, physical and occupational therapy.

The program's curriculum covers musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology, patient assessment, diagnosis and treatment techniques for common musculoskeletal injuries.