School of Health and Applied Human Sciences

Athletic Training

Sports Medicine clinic


The UNCW Athletic Training Program (ATP) seeks to provide a quality didactic and clinical educational experience for entry-level students into the profession. Student learning is enhanced through supervised clinical experiences in the areas of prevention, recognition, assessment, management and rehabilitation of injuries to the physically-active individual. Students gain knowledge, skills and problem solving abilities in the areas of organization and administration of athletic training programs as well as education and counseling of the physically-active individual.

The professional faculty and staff consider their scholarly practice and research essential components of effective teaching and learning by the students. The program seeks to ensure quality education by adhering to the standards and guidelines set forth by the profession.

For further information regarding the application process, course sequence, and technical standards, please visit the Athletic Training Homepage (External link).


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Our Faculty

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Dr. Kirk Brown
Program Coordinator

Trask 149
910.962.7184
brownk@uncw.edu

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Dr. Lindsey Schroeder
Assistant Professor & Clinical Coordinator

Natatorium 119F
910.962.7188
schroederl@uncw.edu

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