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Christy Hancock, DAT, ATC

Assistant Professor, Department of Kinesiology
Clinical Education Coordinator, M.S. in Athletic Training Program
Phone: (626) 815-5807
Christy Hancock, M.S., joined the Department of Exercise and Sport Science faculty in August 2011. In addition to teaching, she serves as the clinical education coordinator for the Master of Science in Athletic Training program. Prior to coming to APU, she taught and worked clinically as a certified athletic trainer for four years at a college in Kansas. She was granted admission to the Doctor of Athletic Training program at the University of Idaho starting June 2014. Some of her research interests are injury prevention and manual therapy, and her hobbies include running half and full marathons, swimming, and playing sand volleyball.


  • M.S., Exercise Science and Health Promotion (Concentration in Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention), California University of Pennsylvania
  • B.A., Athletic Training (Minor in Strength and Conditioning), Tabor College


School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences

  • Department of Kinesiology

Courses Taught

  • AT 102 – Foundations of Athletic Training and Applied Exercise Science (F, S)
  • AT 160 – Acute Care of Injury and Illness (F, S)
  • AT 220 – Risk Management for the Physically Active (F, S)
  • AT 240 – Observation in Athletic Training (F)
  • AT 242 – Practicum in Wrapping, Taping, and Bracing (S)
  • AT 440 – Practicum in Therapeutic Exercise and Medical Conditions (F)
  • AT 469 – Health Care Administration (S)
  • BIOL 115 – Anatomy and Physiology