Program Outcomes (M.S. in A.T.)

Specific program learning outcomes for the Wilmington College M.S. in A.T. Program include the following:

  1. Master Clinicians – To prepare athletic training students to exhibit clinical reasoning skills to recognize, analyze, synthesize information related to the discipline of athletic training and use evidence to answer clinical questions and guide clinical practice.
  2. Communicate – To prepare the students to communicate effectively in both oral and written form.
  3. Evaluate – To prepare the students to become skillful in developing and conducting research and/or creative activities related to healthcare for a diverse patient population.
  4. BOC Exam Results - The development of foundational professional knowledge and clinical skills over a two-year period to prepare the students for successful completion of the Board of Certification (BOC) examination.