Athletic Training (Graduate) Program Outcomes | Springfield College

Athletic Training (Graduate) Program Outcomes

Goal 1:  To prepare students to successfully earn the athletic training credential granted by the Board of Certification© for the Athletic Trainer and transition into professional practice as evidence-based health care providers.

  • SLO 1 : obtain the Board of Certification© Certified Athletic Trainer credential.

  • SLO 2 : obtain employment as an athletic trainer and/or pursue advanced specialization 

  • SLO 3 : utilize a patient-centered approach to health care with an appreciation for interprofessional collaboration.

  • SLO 4 : evaluate and incorporate evidence into their clinical practice and utilize best practices to provide safe, effective health care.

Goal 2: To develop the student’s critical thinking skills to effectively engage in scholarly inquiry, life-long learning, reflective practice, and clinical reasoning.

  • SLO 5 : utilize the scientific process of discovery, critical thinking, and analysis to conduct scholarly inquiry to promote lifelong learning.

  • SLO 6 : engage in thoughtful reflection to advance and refine the application of patient-centered care.

Goal 3: To foster leadership and service within the community, informed by the Humanics philosophy.

  • SLO 7 : Engage in acts of service and leadership to the athletic training profession and community at large.