Dr. Mikaela Boham

Dr. Mikaela Boham

Associate Professor

Department of Kinesiology

Island Hall 179E

(361) 825-2169


Mikaela Boham earned her bachelor of science degree in Athletic Training from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, a master of science in exercise and sports science with a biophysical emphasis from Boise State University, and a doctorate of education from Boise State University. Prior to coming to TAMUCC, she served as the athletic training program director at New Mexico State University. Her research interests include sports injuries with emphasis on lower extremity injuries and concussions. In addition, she has also examined the overall incidence of injuries within rodeo athletes.

  • Assistant Professor
  • Director of Athletic Training
  • KINE 2101 Teacher Development Practicum
  • KINE 2191 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training I
  • KINE 2215 First Aid and Safety
  • KINE 3318 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
  • KINE 3320 Therapeutic Modalities
  • KINE 3291 Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training III
  • KINE 4322 Rehabilitation of Athletic Training Injuries
  • KINE 4324 Administration of Athletic Training
  • KINE 4326 Terminology and Conditions in Sport and Exercise
  • KINE 4292 Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training VI
  • KINE 4293 Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training VII
  • KINE 4294 Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training VIII
  • KINE 4328 Sport & Exercise Pharmacology
  • KINE 4696 Directed Individual Study

Course syllabus lookup

  • Ed.D., Boise State University (Curriculum and Instruction – Kinesiology/Athletic Training Emphasis)
  • M.S., Boise State University (Exercise and Sports Science – Biophysical Emphasis)
  • B.S., University of Nevada, Las Vegas (Sports Injury Management/Athletic Training)

Boham, M. (2009). The Effects of Gender on the Biomechanics of the Hip During Athletic Maneuvers. (Doctoral dissertation.) Boise State University, Boise, ID.

  • National Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education
  • Sports Injuries/Injury Rates/Injury Prevention
  • Unique sports populations (military, rodeo, etc.)
  • Biomechanics
  • Athletic Movement Analysis