• Communicate interpersonally and speak to a variety of audiences intelligently, substantively, and confidently
  • Write clearly and professionally, using appropriate athletic training syntax and citation format
  • Demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively with other health care providers in a team approach to practice
  • Utilize various media modes effectively for a variety of purposes and audiences
  • Identify the research problem or clinical question clearly and succinctly
  • Analyze the research problem or clinical question by conducting research leading to information regarding the background of and potential solutions to the research problem or clinical question
  • Apply evidence-based research to make informed decisions about patient care
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of health promotion and injury prevention
  • Demonstrate the ability to perform a thorough clinical examination and formulate an appropriate diagnosis
  • Design and apply appropriate therapeutic interventions
  • Utilize appropriate psychosocial strategies and recognize the need to refer a patient to another health care provider
  • Demonstrate cultural understanding, which constitutes an awareness of, appreciation for, and sensitivity toward, the similarities and differences of various patients
  • Identify the importance of and strategies for future professional development and service
  • Abide by the moral, ethical, and legal obligations established by the Board of Certification and applicable State Regulatory Agencies
  • Complete the program and graduate in an efficient, reasonable time frame
  • Achieve a passing score on the Board of Certification examination
  • Obtain sustainable employment in the field of athletic training, a related health profession, or a field of choice