B.S., Mount St. Joseph University; M.S., Indiana Wesleyan University


Instructor of Health and Wellness, Jordan Carmosino, MS, AT, ATC, is a familiar face to many on campus.  He was a 2014 graduate of the Athletic Training program and a member of the track and field teams while a student.  A native of Cincinnati, Jordan attended Indiana Wesleyan University earning a post-professional Masters of Science in Athletic Training while working in the secondary school setting in Springboro.  He then moved to the Cleveland area where he rose up the ranks at Case Western Reserve University as both a clinician in the athletic department and as an instructor in physical education and exercise science.  Before returning to the Mount, Jordan served as the Head Athletic Trainer for Case Westerns' 17 sports supervising a staff of 4 clinicians and teaching sports medicine, injury management, and exercise science courses.  He is currently enrolled in a PhD program at Rocky Mountain University of Health Sciences and is a member of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association LGBTQ+ Task Force.    Jordan will be teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in the areas of exercise physiology, athletic performance and conditioning,  exercise prescription, and healthcare administration.