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Undergraduate Programs

Athletic Training
Student Learning Outcomes

  1. The graduate will have the ability to perform on-field/clinical assessments and evaluate the results to determine diagnoses consistent with an entry-level athletic trainer.
  2. The graduate will have the ability to develop, monitor, and modify rehabilitation programs consistent with an entry-level athletic trainer.
  3. The graduate will have the ability to develop and operate an athletic training program complete with budgeting, policies & procedures, and human resource management consistent with an entry-level athletic trainer.
  4. The graduate will have the ability to communicate effectively to coaches, parents, patients, student-athletes, and other medical personnel in ways consistent with an entry-level athletic trainer.
  5. The graduate will promote professional conduct of the athletic training profession in compliance with the code of ethics set forth by the NATA, the BOC Standards of Professional Practice, and applicable State Practice Acts.
  6. The graduate will appreciate the importance of continued learning and have the ability to identify resources that will facilitate additional scholarship.
  7. The graduate will convey a strong values system reflected in ethical practice, Christian principles and leadership.
  8. The graduate will have the ability to articulate and synthesize the city-centered, intercultural, and Christian perspectives of the North Park experience