College of Applied Sciences Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

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College of Applied Sciences
Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes
As of 07/21/2006
Department: Health Sciences
Program: B.S. Athletic Training
Program Goals:
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Prepare students for successful entry-level practice as an athletic trainer.
Provide students the opportunity to apply leadership and decision-making skills.
Provide quality instruction on the administrative functions of health care managers.
Promote the importance of research and provide the tools for understanding basic research and evaluation techniques.
Student Learning Outcomes:
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Develop and apply the cognitive, behavioral, and psychomotor skills necessary for entry-level practice of athletic training.
Develop and apply leadership and decision-making skills that incorporate ethics, group dynamics, management of human behavior, teambuilding and professional conduct.
Formulate an understanding of budgets, finance, strategic planning, risk management, legal environment of health care, principles of
supervision, cost control, and revenue and cost forecasting.
Locate, read, and interpret medical literature.
Plan and conduct research in athletic training, including research design and statistical analysis.
Effectively communicate via oral and written means, including computer presentations and documentation in medical records.
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