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The FIU Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) curriculum is delivered predominantly online (88%) with supplemental face-to-face instruction (12%) and covers the following content areas:

  • Applied research (18 credits)
  • Injury/illness prevention strategies (9 credits)
  • Entrepreneurial leadership (9 credits)
  • Individualized clinical residency experiences (12 credits)

Courses & Syllabi

Visit the FIU Catalog for full course descriptions and program requirements.

  • Navigate to the current academic year
  • Enter the Course Code in the “Search Bar” OR select “Graduate”
  • Select “Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences”

Enrolled students can download the program syllabi from FIU Sharepoint - AT Programs.

Total Credits Required: 48

  • Semester 1 (9 credits)
    • ATR 7630: DAT Applied Research (3 credits)
    • ATR 7806: Individualized Clinical Residency in Athletic (3 credits)
    • ATR 7606: Epidemiology and Health Surveillance in Athletic Training (3 credits)
  • Semester 2 (9 credits)
    • ATR 7631: DAT Applied Research II (3 credits)
    • ATR 7806: Individualized Clinical Residency in Athletic Training (3 credits)
    • ATR 6527: Community Health and Prevention Strategies in Athletic Training (3 credits)
  • Semester 3 (6 credits)
    • ATR 7632: DAT Applied Research III (3 credits)
    • ATR 6207: Preventative Interventions in Athletic Training (3 credits)
  • Semester 4 (9 credits)
    • ATR 7633: DAT Applied Research IV (3 credits)
    • ATR 7806: Individualized Clinical Residency in Athletic Training (3 credits)
    • ATR 6507: Entrepreneurial Leadership and Business Strategies in Athletic Training (3 credits)
  • Semester 5 (9 credits)
    • ATR 7634: DAT Applied Research V (3 credits)
    • ATR 7806: Individualized Clinical Residency in Athletic Training (3 credits)
    • ATR 6518: Healthcare Informatics in Athletic Training (3 credits)
  • Semester 6 (6 credits)
    • ATR 7613: Using Research for Evidence-based Clinical Practice in Athletic Training (3 credits)
    • ATR 6526: Quality Improvement Strategies in Athletic Training (3 credits)