Athletic Training Program Mission:

Our mission is to prepare students for entry-level careers and graduate school opportunities in athletic training and allied health care fields through quality classroom and clinical athletic training experiences supported by a liberal arts education.

Athletic Training Program Objectives:
  1. Recruit students that are motivated to be a part of this major and will integrate well into the program by performing at a high level in both the educational and clinical components of the major.
  2. Develop students that act as ethical and responsible professionals.
  3. Prepare students to pass the BOC exam. Our goal is to have at least a 90% first time pass rate.
  4. Develop students so they can critically think and problem solve in professional settings.
  5. Provide the students with diverse clinical opportunities that allow them to be active learners.
  6. Expose students to a wide variety of guest speakers from the medical community either in the classroom or by attending state and national conferences.
  7. Provide students with the opportunity to conduct and present research at the local, state and national level.
Outcome Measurements of the Athletic Training Program
Board of Certification Results

3-Year Aggregate Information (2011-2013)
  2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 3-Year Aggregate
Number of students graduating from the program 6 9 10 25
Number of students graduating from the program who took the BOC exam 4 9 7 20
Number/Percentage of students who passed BOC exam on the first attempt 3/75% 6/67% 5/71% 14/70%
Overall number/percentage of students passing the BOC exam despite the number of attempts 3/75% 7/78% 6/87% 16/80%













Placement Rates

3-Year Aggregate Information (2012-14)
Total # of students graduating: 25
Percentage of students placed in either a job or graduate program within 1 year of graduation: 100%
Percentage of students placed in graduate school within 1 year of graduation: 60%
Percentage of students place in a job within 1 year of graduation: 40% 

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