Athletic Training students are required to engage in clinical athletic training experiences by serving student athletes participating in Division I athletics programs. For additional information, click on Athletic Training above.
This course is a 400 hour internship at selected agencies promoting corporate fitness programs, performance training, or managing fitness services. This course is a writing intensive course.
Health and Wellness Promotion students participate in the on-going work of an official and/or voluntary health agency. The internship which occurs during the student's senior year is supervised by a member of the health education faculty. For additional information, click on "Health and Wellness Promotion" above.
Students participate in a credit-bearing internship at the administrative level in the ongoing work of a selected parks and recreation or therapeutic agency. The work is supervised by an agency representative and a faculty member trained in the recreation field.
Successful completion of a semester-long student teaching experience is a required criterion for recommendation to take the appropriate Texas Examination of Educator Standards (TExES) to become certified to teach. For additional information, click on "Student Teaching" above.