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  • Careers — Asian Studies — Carthage College
    politics government service and other careers in international commerce and industry Here is a list of related careers for students of Asian Studies Please note this list includes careers requiring differing degrees of education and training Translator Foreign Correspondent International Sales Foreign Student Advisor Foreign Service Officer Interpreter Bilingual Editor Customs Inspector Corporate Trainer Journalist Travel Consultant International Business ESL Teacher Immigration Agent International Trade Specialist International Relations Specialist Politician

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  • Observatories — Physics and Astronomy Facilities — Physics and Astronomy at Carthage — Carthage College
    At present these include theoretical and data mining research in diffuse interstellar bands and the interstellar medium cosmology and structure of the Universe The observational program includes imaging studies of planetary nebula structure and high resolution imaging of solar system objects Kitt Peak National Observatory Kitt Peak National Observatory in Arizona supports the most diverse collection of astronomical observatories on Earth for nighttime optical and infrared astronomy and daytime study of the sun The observatory founded in 1958 is part of the National Optical Astronomy Observatory sharing a mountaintop site with the National Solar Observatory Steward Observatory University of Arizona The University of Arizona s Steward Observatory includes the Multiple Mirror Telescope Mount Graham International Observatory and other telescopes in the state Yerkes Observatory Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay Wis has five research telescopes including a 240 inch telescope a 41 inch telescope and the largest refractor in the world Established in 1897 the observatory is a facility of the University of Chicago s Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule a Visit Apply Now Current Students Faculty The Bridge

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  • Faculty — Athletic Training — Carthage College
    lecturer of Exercise and Sport Science Prior to working as the Head Athletic Trainer he served as Assistant Athletic Trainer and Read more Laurie Jensen Athletic Training Clinical Education Coordinator Senior Lecturer Exercise and Sport Science TARC 1245 carthage edu 262 551 6104 Laurie Jensen is Athletic Training Clinical Education Coordinator and a senior lecturer in the Athletic Training Education Program She teaches Introduction to Athletic Training Principles of Athletic Training Practicum I Read more Daniel Ruffner Program Director for Athletic Training Education Senior Lecturer Exercise and Sport Science TARC 1240 carthage edu 262 551 5741 Dan Ruffner has been certified since August 1992 He received his bachelor s degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point and a master s degree in athletic training at Illinois Read more Additional Faculty and Staff Jen Lindloff MS ATC 262 551 5942 jlindloff carthage edu Eric Niwinski ATC LAT CSCS Graduate Assistant 262 551 5942 eniwinski carthage edu Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule a Visit Apply Now Current Students Faculty The Bridge My Carthage For Faculty Jon Swift Sports Medicine Center Certified athletic

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  • Clinical Instructors — Faculty — Athletic Training — Carthage College
    LAT Carthage College Laurie Jensen MEd ATC LAT Carthage College Jacob Dinauer MEd ATC AEMT Carthage College Clinical Instructors Amanda Kutis ATC LAT Carthage College Joe Olszewski MS ATC LAT Head Athletic Trainer Kenosha Bradford High School 3700 Washington Road Kenosha WI Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule a Visit Apply Now Current Students

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  • Team Physicians — Faculty — Athletic Training — Carthage College
    Athletic Training Faculty Clinical Instructors Thomas S Werbie MD Carthage Medical Director Orthopedic Bone Joint Surgery Sports Medicine 262 656 8204 Suite 201 6308 8th Ave Kenosha WI 53143 Jonathan D Main MD Comprehensive Orthopedics 262 656 3525 Suite 505 6308 8th Ave Kenosha WI 53143 7322 236th Ave Bryant Walrod MD Comprehensive Orthopedics 262 656 3525 Suite 505 6308 8th Ave Kenosha WI 53143 7322 236th Ave Paddock Lake WI 53168 Michael S Birndorf MD 262 656 8237 6308 8th Ave Suite 104 Kenosha WI 53143 Todd Barnhardt MD South Shore Orthopedic Surgery Group 855 946 7846 Suite 100 9120 West Loomis Road Franklin Wis 5132 David Clark MD South Shore Orthopedic Surgery Group 855 946 7846 Suite 100 9120 West Loomis Road Franklin Wis 5132 Dennis Andersen MD South Shore Orthopedic Surgery Group 855 946 7846 Suite 100 9120 West Loomis Road Franklin Wis 5132 Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule a Visit Apply Now Current Students Faculty The Bridge My Carthage For Faculty Jon Swift Sports Medicine Center Certified athletic trainers and athletic training students are on staff daily to provide

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  • Courses — Athletic Training — Carthage College
    taping and bandaging along with rehabilitation techniques Prerequisite Admission into the Athletic Training Program ATH 1020 2080 Spring 3040 Clinical Skills in Athletic Training 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Jacob Dinauer This class is designed to specifically prepare the upper level student in the area of evaluation and assessment of orthopedic injuries Fall 3070 Clinical Skills in Athletic Training II 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Daniel Ruffner This course is designed to continue where clinical Skills I ended in the fall semester Special emphasis is on evaluating orthopedic injuries sustained by those involved in physical activity Physical therapists will be utilized to help teach thoracic and lumbar spine assessment Spring 3080 Modalities in Athletic Training 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Jacob Dinauer This course provides the student with the principles of therapeutic modalities and a variety of athletic training room skills An overview of the body s physical and psychological reactions to stress and injury will be covered The student will describe and demonstrate the use of thermal agents electrical agents ultrasound and mechanical modalities Spring 3200 Athletic Training Practicum II 2 credits 2 credits Instructor Jacob Dinauer This is a supervised clinical experience of the procedures for injury evaluation and physical examination skills Fall 3300 Athletic Training Practicum III 1 credit 1 credit Instructor Jacob Dinauer This course will provide the student with the opportunity to demonstrate the use of thermal agents electrical agents ultrasound and mechanical modalities Clinical problem solving will be addressed through the use of case studies Spring 3510 Field Placement in Athletic Training 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Daniel Ruffner An off campus practical experience for the student majoring in athletic training The student will be placed in a health care facility to work with a licensed athletic trainer physical therapist 400T Topics in Athletic Training 1 4 credits 1 4 credits Instructor Staff A variable content course for studying a particular development in athletic training for which there is no specific regular course 4080 Administration in Athletic Training WI 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Laurie Jensen This course will provide an overview of program human resources financial and informational management Facility design planning and insurance systems also will be discussed An in depth study of legal considerations in athletic training also will be included Fall 4090 Therapeutic Principles of Rehabilitation in Athletic Training 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Daniel Ruffner Successful rehabilitation depends on developing a problem list from the evaluation of the injured athlete Once the problem list has been established short and long term goals should be developed to motivate and measure the athlete s progression in the rehabilitative program This class will prepare the student to administer appropriate rehabilitation programs to help prepare them for entry level certification in athletic training Fall 4100 Pharmacology 2 credits 2 credits Instructor Laurie Jensen This course will cover pharmacology ergogenic aids and drug alchohol abuse as it relates to athletics and the physically active population Spring 7 week course 4400 Athletic Training Practicum IV

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  • Requirements — Athletic Training — Carthage College
    Please note Current students should follow the printed version of the College Catalog and work with their advisors and the department chair to ensure all requirements are met The Athletic Training Major ATH 1020 Introduction of Athletic Training 2 credits ATH 2080 Structural Kinesiology 4 credits ATH 2190 Principles of Athletic Training 4 credits ATH 2100 Athletic Training Practicum I 2 credits ATH 3040 Clinical Skills in Athletic Training 4 credits ATH 3200 Athletic Training Practicum II 2 credits ATH 3070 Clinical Skills II in Athletic Training 4 credits ATH 3080 Modalities in Athletic Training 4 credits ATH 3300 Athletic Training Practicum III 1 credit ATH 4080 Administration in Athletic Training 4 credits ATH 4090 Therapeutic Rehabilitation 4 credits ATH 4400 Athletic Training Practicum IV 1 credit ATH 4100 Pharmacology 2 credits ATH 4600 Athletic Training Practicum V 1 credit Other required courses EXS 2150 Nutrition 2 credits EXS 4050 Physiology of Exercise 4 credits EXS 3720 General Medical Conditions 3 credits BIO 1040 Anatomy and Physiology 4 credits BIO 3310 Systemic Physiology 4 credits These courses are not required for the major but are required for BOC certification and state licensure Honors in the Major Please see department chair

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  • Admission Requirements — Athletic Training — Carthage College
    of their sophomore year Transfer students must have 32 credits to be eligible for admission The student s acceptance into the program is based on the following criteria Formal admission and acceptance by Carthage College Admissions office Grades earned in ATH 1020 Introduction to Athletic Training and ATH 2080 Structural Kinesiology Completion of 50 observation hours A personal interview with the Athletic Training Program Director and admissions committee High school grade point average ACT scores and class rank A completed Application A completed Physical Form The student must have a minimum GPA of 2 75 to apply to the Athletic Training Education Program There is no minimum high school GPA ACT score or class rank The student is selected based on the comparison of all criterion listed above with other students applying at the same time The application for admission into the program will be provided to the student by the program director The deadline for admission is December 1 of the student s sophomore year All students applying for admission will be notified in writing of their acceptance or rejection into the program within three weeks after the admission deadline If students are not accepted they can reapply the following year Technical Standards Along with the above requirements the student must also have the following Technical Standards The Athletic Training Education Program at Carthage College is a rigorous and intense program An objective of this program is to prepare graduates to enter a variety of employment settings and to render care to a wide spectrum of individuals engaged in physical activity The technical standards set forth by the Athletic Training Education Program establish the essential qualities considered necessary for students admitted to this program to achieve the knowledge skills and competencies of an entry level athletic trainer as well as meet the expectations of the program s accrediting agency Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education The abilities and expectations listed below must be met by all students admitted to the Athletic Training Education Program In the event a student is unable to fulfill these technical standards with or without reasonable accommodation the student will not be admitted into the program Compliance with the program s technical standards does not guarantee a student s eligibility for the BOC certification examination Candidates for admission to the Athletic Training Education Program must demonstrate The mental capacity to assimilate analyze synthesize and integrate concepts and problem solve to formulate assessment and therapeutic judgments and to be able to distinguish deviations from the norm Sufficient postural and neuromuscular control sensory function and coordination to perform appropriate physical examinations using accepted techniques and accurately safely and efficiently use equipment and materials during the assessment and treatment of patients The ability to effectively communicate with patients and colleagues and to show sensitivity to individuals from different cultural and social backgrounds to effectively communicate judgments and treatment information and to understand and speak the English language at a level consistent with competent professional practice The ability

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