Program Outcomes

BOC Examination Results

 

2018-2019

2019-2020

2020-2021

3-yr Aggregate

# of students graduating from program

14

6

8

28

# of students graduation from program who took examination

14

6

8

28

# of students who passed the examination on the first attempt

7

5

8

20

% of students who passed the examination on the first attempt

50%

83%

100%

71%

# of students who passed the examination regardless of the number of attempts

9

6

8

23

% of students who passed the examination regardless of the number of attempts

64%

100%

100%

82%

 

 

Program Retention Rate

 

 

 

2018-2019

2019-2020

2020-2021

3-yr Aggregate

# of students who entered program

37

23

12

72

# of students returning each subsequent academic year

31

18

10

59

% of students returning each subsequent academic year

84%

78%

83%

82%

     

Student Graduation Rate

 

2018-2019

2019-2020

2020-2021

3-yr Aggregate

# of students admitted

17

14

15

46

# of graduates

14

7

8

29

Graduation rate

82%

43%

53%

63%

     

Graduate Placement Rate

 

2018-2019

2019-2020

2020-2021

3-yr Aggregate

# of graduates

14

7

8

29

# of students employed as an athletic trainer

7

4

8

19

% of students employed as an athletic trainer

50%

67%

100%

68%

# of students employed as other

6

1

0

7

% of students employed as other

43%

17%

0%

25%

# of students not employed

1

1

0

2

% of students not employed

7%

17%

0%

7%

 

 

Student Learning Outcomes

Goal 1:  Demonstrate knowledge, skills, behaviors and attitudes to achieve optimal health outcomes in diverse patient populations.

  • 1.1:  Students will synthesize content required for clinical decision-making.
  • 1.2:  Students will develop the knowledge and skills to provide quality patient care for individuals of diverse cultural backgrounds in an equitable, effective and respectful manner.
  • 1.3:  Students will demonstrate patient-centered clinical decision-making with progressing independence as they transition to practice.

Goal 2:  Become highly qualified Athletic Trainers engaged in critical thinking and scientific inquiry to advance their knowledge and capacity for evidence-based practice.

  • 2.1:  Students will describe the contributions of clinical expertise, patient values, and available research towards decision making within clinical settings.
  • 2.2:  Students will develop and answer focused clinical questions in a thorough and systematic manner using both pre-existing evidence and original discovery.
  • 2.3:  Students will implement care plans for patients that are guided by all components of evidence-based practice.
  • 2.4:  Students will participate in the dissemination of clinically relevant scholarship.

Goal 3: Incorporate information and communication technologies integral in today’s healthcare industry into clinical decision-making, patient care, and healthcare systems evaluation and improvement.

  • 3.1:  Students will apply current laws and regulations regarding healthcare communications.
  • 3.2:  Students will utilize an electronic health record for documentation of patient evaluation, care, and outcomes.
  • 3.3:  Students will apply contemporary principles and practices of health informatics to the administration and delivery of patient care.

Goal 4: Work as valued members of interprofessional practice teams.

  • 4.1:  Students will explain the different roles, expertise, and responsibilities of healthcare professionals.
  • 4.2:  Students will communicate effectively and respectfully with peers and other healthcare professionals.
  • 4.3:  Students will utilize an effective and reflective teamwork approach to provide patient-centered care.

Goal 5: Become an engaged and responsible member of the community through ethical professional conduct, and reflective, on-going self-evaluation and professional development.

  • 5.1:  Students will demonstrate professional demeanor by interacting appropriately with patients, healthcare providers, and colleagues and make sound decisions.
  • 5.2:  Students will be actively engaged in their professional development and be able to self-assess and plan for their personal goals and professional practice.