Chris M. Clark, EdD, LAT, ATC
Program Director, Master's in Athletic Training
Dr. Clark grew up in Lexington, Kentucky. He currently lives in Southside, AL with his wife and two sons. He enjoys sports and spending time with his family.
Dr. Clark's dissertation studied the role of faculty in athletic training education. His research interests include athletic training, education, functional movement, and exercise/rehabilitation.
Dr. Clark teaches graduate courses AT 512 (Foundations of Athletic Training), AT 515 (Therapeutic Interventions I) and undergraduate courses HPE 272 (Basic Athletic Training), HPE 375 (Therapeutic Exercise and Modalities), and HPE 362 (Kinesiology).
I received my undergraduate degree in Kinesiology/Education from the University of Kentucky where I was a student athletic trainer for the sports of football, women's basketball, baseball, men's tennis, and men's soccer. I received my graduate degree focusing on Athletic Training from Furman University and worked with the baseball and soccer teams and a clinical physical therapy rotation. I completed my educational doctorate degree from the University of St. Augustine Health Sciences (USAHS).