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					[PENDING APPROVAL OF THE UCC]

              CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE
                                            MINUTES
                                   Wednesday, September 27, 2006
                                      Phil Hertzler, Presiding
                                             3:30 p.m.

Present: Al Ellard, Maloree Gafford, Krista Graham, Phil Hertzler, Gongzhu Hu, Caitlin Meloche, Molu
Olumolade, George Ronan, Keeley Stanley-Bohn, Brad Swartz, Denise Webster, Nikki Wencel, Al Zainea

Absent: Greg Falls, Barbara Lindley, Orlando Perez

I.      ITEMS REFERRED TO THE ACADEMIC SENATE FOR ACTION:
        A. Moved, seconded (Webster/Meloche) and CARRIED approval of changes to the Athletic
        Training/Sports Medicine Major. HSC 214 and 215 increased by 1 credit hour each. This necessitates an
        increase in the number of hours in the major by two credit hours from 64-73 to a total of 66-75. Other
        editorial changes are being made to clean up Bulletin copy.

        FROM: Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Major         MJ-ATR

        Existing Information from SAP
            Module Group:         MJ-ATR
            SAP Title:            Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Major

        Owning Department or Council:       Physical Education & Sport

        Degrees under which this program is offered:
           BA           Bachelor of Arts
           BAA          Bachelor of Applied Arts
           BS-B2        Bachelor of Science, B Sel Maj: All Min
           BS-B3        Bachelor of Science, B Sel Maj: No Min

        CURRENT PROGRAM:

        The primary goal of the Athletic Training/Sports Medicine major is to prepare students to enter the athletic
        training profession. Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
        (CAAHEP), this program includes classroom and clinical experiences in a variety of health care settings
        designed to prepare entry-level certified athletic trainers. Upon completion of the major, students are
        eligible to apply for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification, Inc. (NATABOC
        ATC) national certification examination.

        Faculty who are Certified Athletic Trainers in the Department of Physical Education and Sport, advise the
        Athletic Training major. Students are encouraged to meet with an athletic training advisor before
        beginning coursework in the major. A minimum of eight semesters is necessary to complete the entire
        program. However, due to class availability and supervised clinical experience availability, it may take a
        student longer than eight semesters to complete the program. The program is structured into two required
        phases that include: the Selection Phase and the Advanced Phase, which includes a 15-week internship/
        practicum during the student’s final semester. In-depth information regarding this major may be viewed by
        accessing the program website at http://www.chp.cmich.edu/atep/.

        Admission Requirements, Retention and Termination Standards
        All students must meet specific program Selection Criteria (http://www.chp.cmich.edu/atep/prospect.htm)
        and Technical Standards (http://www.chp.cmich.edu/atep/program-info.htm) in order to be considered for
        admission to the advanced phase. Fourteen students per semester will have the opportunity for selection to
        the advanced phase. Students must achieve an overall minimim of 318.5 points in order to be considered
        for selection. The majority of students can expect a minimum of three semesters to complete this phase.
        Selection criteria include:
        1. Application
        2. Grade of CR in ATR 283
        3. Overall GPA
        4. Selection Courses GPA
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       --See additional University Program requirements as listed in Major.
       5. Directed Observation Staff Evaluation
       6. Proficiency Written Examination
       7. Proficiency Skill Test
       8. Selection Interview

        Advanced Phase Requirements
        Students must continue to meet program Retention Criteria and Technical Standards to maintain status in
        the advanced phase. Consequences for non-compliance have been determined and could include probation,
        suspension or dismissal from the program. Additional information regarding the Advanced Phase may be
        viewed by accessing the program web site at http://www.chp.cmich.edu/atep/current.htm.
        1. Maintain at least a 2.8 overall GPA.
        2. Mainatin at least a 3.1 major GPA.
        3. Maintain established academic and professional standards.

        Required Courses I (19 hours)
        Students can expect a minimum of three semesters to complete this phase, which includes the following
        courses and a directed clinical observation. All students must meet specific program Selection Criteria and
        program Technical Standards in order to be considered for admission to the advanced phase of the Athletic
        Training/Sports Medicine program. Additional information regarding the Selection Process may be viewed
        by accessing the program website at http://www.chp.cmich.edu/atep/prospect.htm.
        ATR 180 – Introduction to Athletic Training 2(2-0)
        ATR 190 – Fundamentals of Injury Prevention 2(2-0)
        ATR 282 – Anatomical Aspects of Athletic Training 3(3-0)
        ATR 283 – Athletic Training Directed Observation 1(Spec)
        HSC 106 – Healthy Lifestyles 3(3-0)
        HSC 214 – Human Anatomy 4(3-3)
        HSC 215 – Human Physiology 4(3-2)
        PES 115 – Fundamental Motor Skills 2(2-0)
        Note: Students must also achieve a C or better in the following University program courses:
        HEV 100 (3) OR PSY 100 (3)
        CHM 120 (4), 127 (1) OR CHM 131 (4)

        Required Courses II (42 hours)
        The advanced phase is a five-semester process that involves four semesters of coursework, clinical
        education activities, and a minimum of 800 hours of supervised clinical field experiences. Upon
        completion of these requirements, the student must complete a 15-week internship/practicum.
        ATR 310 – Athletic Training Clinical I 1(Spec)
        ATR 311 – Theory and Application of Preventative Devices 1(Spec)
        ATR 320 – Athletic Training Clinical II 1(Spec)
        ATR 321 – Reconditioning Principles in Athletic Training 1(Spec)
        ATR 380 – Athletic Training Assessment I 3(2-2)
        ATR 381 – Athletic Training Therapeutics I 3(2-2)
        ATR 382 – Athletic Training Assessment II 3(2-2)
        ATR 383 – Athletic Training Therapeutics II 3(2-2)
        ATR 394 – Pharmacology for Health Professions 2(2-0)
        ATR 430 – Athletic Training Clinical III 1(Spec)
        ATR 431 – Cultural Considerations in Athletic Training 1(Spec)
        ATR 440 – Athletic Training Clinical IV 1(Spec)
        ATR 441 – Professional Development 1(Spec)
        ATR 480 – Health Care Administration in Athletic Training 3(3-0)
        HEV 375 – Nutrition and Performance 3(3-0)
        HSC 216 – Biomechanics and Kinesiology 3(2-2)
        HSC 308/PES 308 – Work Physiology 3(3-0)
        HSC 411 – Pathophysiology 3(3-0)
        *HSC 505 – Work Injury Prevention 3(3-0)
        *IET 526 – Industrial Ergonomics 3(2-2)
        PES 478 – Research for the Health Professions 2(2-0)
        Note: You may count either HSC 505 or IET 526, not both
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            [* courses were moved to Required Courses III]

        Required Courses III (3-12 hours)
        Select one of the following in consultation with an advisor:
        ATR 481 – Athletic Training Practicum 3(Spec)
        ATR 482 – Athletic Training Internship 12(Spec)

        Total hours: 64-73

        TO: Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Major           MJ-ATR

        Existing Information from SAP
             Module Group:        MJ-ATR
             SAP Title:           Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Major

        Owning Department or Council:       Physical Education & Sport

        Degrees under which this program is offered:
           BA           Bachelor of Arts
           BAA          Bachelor of Applied Arts
           BS-B2        Bachelor of Science, B Sel Maj: All Min
           BS-B3        Bachelor of Science, B Sel Maj: No Min

        CURRENT PROGRAM:

        The primary goal of the Athletic Training/Sports Medicine major is to prepare students to enter the athletic
        training profession. Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education
        (CAATE), this program includes classroom and clinical experiences in a variety of health care settings
        designed to prepare entry-level certified athletic trainers (ATC®). Upon completion of the major, students
        are eligible to apply for the Board of Certification, Inc. national certification examination for athletic
        trainers.

        Faculty who are Certified Athletic Trainers in the Department of Physical Education and Sport, advise the
        Athletic Training major. Students are encouraged to meet with an athletic training advisor before
        beginning coursework in the major. A minimum of 8 semesters is necessary to complete the entire
        program. However, due to class availability and supervised clinical experience availability, it may take a
        student longer than 8 semesters to complete the program. The program is structured into 3 required phases
        that include: the Pre-Professional Phase, the Professional Phase, and the Internship Phase. In-depth
        information regarding this major may be viewed by accessing the program website at
        http://www.chp.cmich.edu/atep/.

        Admission Requirements, Retention and Termination Standards
        All students must meet specific program Selection Criteria (http://www.chp.cmich.edu/atep/prospect.htm)
        and Technical Standards (http://www.chp.cmich.edu/atep/program-info.htm) in order to be considered for
        admission to the Professional Phase. Fourteen students per semester will have the opportunity for
        selection to the Professional and Internship Phase. Students must achieve an overall minimum of 318.5
        points in order to be considered for selection. The majority of students can expect a minimum of 3
        semesters to complete this phase. Selection criteria include:
        1. Application
        2. Grade of CR in ATR 283
        3. Overall GPA
        4. Pre-Professional Courses GPA
        --See additional University Program requirements as listed in Major.
        5. Directed Observation Staff Evaluation
        6. Proficiency Written Examination
        7. Proficiency Skill Test
        8. Selection Interview

        Professional and Internship Phase Requirements
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       Students must continue to meet program Retention Criteria and Technical Standards to maintain status in
       the Professional Phase. Consequences for non-compliance have been determined and could include
       probation, suspension or dismissal from the program. Additional information regarding the Professional
       and Internship Phase may be viewed by accessing the program web site at
       http://www.chp.cmich.edu/atep/current.htm.
       1. Maintain at least a 2.8 overall GPA.
       2. Maintain at least a 3.1 major GPA.
       3. Maintain established academic and professional standards.

        Required Courses I: (21 hours)
        Pre-Professional Phase
        Students can expect a minimum of 3 semesters to complete the Pre-Professional Phase, which includes
        the following courses and a directed clinical observation. All students must meet specific program
        Selection Criteria and program Technical Standards in order to be considered for admission to the
        Professional and Internship Phase of the Athletic Training/Sports Medicine program. Additional
        information regarding the Selection Process may be viewed by accessing the program web site at
        http://www.chp.cmich.edu/atep/prospect.htm.
        ATR 180 – Introduction to Athletic Training 2(2-0)
        ATR 190 – Fundamentals of Injury Prevention 2(2-0)
        ATR 282 – Anatomical Aspects of Athletic Training 3(3-0)
        ATR 283 – Athletic Training Directed Observation 1(Spec)
        HSC 106 – Healthy Lifestyles 3(3-0)
        HSC 214 – Human Anatomy 4(3-3)
        HSC 215 – Human Physiology 4(3-2)
        PES 115 – Fundamental Motor Skills 2(2-0)
        Note: Students must also achieve a C or better in the following University program courses:
        HEV 100 (3) OR PSY 100 (3)
        CHM 120 (4), 127 (1) OR CHM 131 (4)

        Required Courses II (42 hours)
        Professional Phase
        The Professional Phase is a 4 semester process that involves coursework, clinical education activities, and
        a minimum of 800 hours of supervised clinical field experiences. Upon completion of these requirements,
        the student must complete a 15-week internship/practicum.
        ATR 310 – Athletic Training Clinical I 1(Spec)
        ATR 311 – Theory and Application of Preventative Devices 1(Spec)
        ATR 320 – Athletic Training Clinical II 1(Spec)
        ATR 321 – Reconditioning Principles in Athletic Training 1(Spec)
        ATR 380 – Athletic Training Assessment I 3(2-2)
        ATR 381 – Athletic Training Therapeutics I 3(2-2)
        ATR 382 – Athletic Training Assessment II 3(2-2)
        ATR 383 – Athletic Training Therapeutics II 3(2-2)
        ATR 394 – Pharmacology for Health Professions 2(2-0)
        ATR 430 – Athletic Training Clinical III 1(Spec)
        ATR 431 – Cultural Considerations in Athletic Training 1(Spec)
        ATR 440 – Athletic Training Clinical IV 1(Spec)
        ATR 441 – Professional Development 1(Spec)
        ATR 480 – Health Care Administration in Athletic Training 3(3-0)
        HEV 375 – Nutrition and Performance 3(3-0)
        HSC 216 – Biomechanics and Kinesiology 3(2-2)
        HSC 308/PES 308 – Work Physiology 3(3-0)
        HSC 411 – Pathophysiology 3(3-0)
        PES 478 – Research for the Health Professions 2(2-0)

        Required Courses III (3 hours)
        Other Professional Phase requirement
        Select one of the following in consultation with your advisor:
        HSC 505 – Work Injury Prevention 3(3-0)
        IET 526 – Industrial Ergonomics 3(2-2)
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September 27, 2006
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       Required Courses IV (3-12 hours)
       Internship Phase
       Select one of the following in consultation with your advisor:
       ATR 481 – Athletic Training Practicum 3(Spec)
       ATR 482 – Athletic Training Internship 12(Spec)

       Total hours: 66-75 hours

       IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Spring 2007
       [Reference: CHP, CCC, 4/17/06, I.B.2.a.]

II.    ADVANCED NOTICE ITEMS: None

III.   ITEMS REFERRED TO THE ACADEMIC SENATE FOR PUBLICATION: The following items
       are published. Any written objection must be submitted to the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee on or
       before November 7, 2006.

       A. New Courses: None

       B. Course Deletions: None

       C. Course Changes:
          1. Changes to prerequisites:
             a. FROM: PSY 325 Psychology of Aging 3(3-0)
             Prerequisites: PSY 100, PSY 220; or permission of instructor.

                 TO: PSY 325 Psychology of Aging 3(3-0)
                 Prerequisites: PSY 220 or signed Gerontology Minor

            ENFORCE PREREQUISITES
            PSY 220 or signed Gerontology Minor

       IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Summer 2007
       [Reference: HSBS, CCC, 4/10-17-24/06, I.A.1.c.(6)

            2.   Approved for WEB Delivery:
                 a. PSY 220 Developmental Psychology 3(3-0)

            ENFORCE PREREQUISITE
            PSY 100

       IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Summer 2007
       [Reference: HSBS, CCC, 4/10-17-24/06, I.A.1.c.(5)]

       D. Curricular Changes: None

IV.    CORRECTION TO MINUTES: None

V.     OTHER
       A.    Announcements - None

       B.        Approval of September 13, 2006 Minutes:
                 Moved, seconded (Swartz/Webster) and CARRIED to approve the minutes of September 13, 2006
                 as submitted.

       C.        Swartz asked about the history of sending forth UCC minutes to the Academic Senate before
                 formally approved by the committee. Past practice has been to move forward with the minutes, in
                 some cases prior to formal approval, in order to keep curricular items moving forward. It was the
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                consensus of the members to add a statement similar to that on the Graduate Council Minutes, that
                these are moving forward “Pending Approval of the UCC.”

The meeting was adjourned at 3:45 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,


Denise Webster                             Diane Robertson
Secretary                                  Recording Secretary

				
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