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Student Learning Outcomes

Athletic Training Program Objectives:

  • The Athletic Training Program will have a three year aggregate first time pass rate on the Board of Certification (BOC) exam above the accreditation requirement of 70% and equal to or higher than the national average;
  • Athletic training students will score at the national average or higher in each domain area of   the Board of Certification (BOC) exam;
  • 90% of graduates will enter graduate school, take employment in the profession of Athletic training or continue pursuit of an allied healthcare profession;
  • Acquire knowledge, experience, and skills for successful completion of the Board of Certification (BOC) examination;
  • Enter and succeed in the field of Athletic Training
  • Demonstrate skills for proper prevention, management, assessment, rehabilitation, and treatment of injuries and illnesses to athletes and the physically active.

The student learning outcomes:

Students will demonstrate professional knowledge in:

  • Injury/illness prevention and wellness protection.
  • Clinical evaluation and diagnosis
  • Immediate and emergency care
  • Treatment and rehabilitation
  • Organizational and professional health and well-being

The student learning outcomes are assessed through several measures:

  • Practicum student evaluations by preceptors
  • Student exit surveys
  • Employer surveys
  • Scores from BOC Self-assessment Exam
  • Clinical Integration Tasks (OSCE) assessment/first time completion rate in Field Experiences
  • BOC first time pass rate
  • BOC individual Domain scores

Exercise Science, Health Promotion, and Recreation

Faculty and Staff

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