The athletic training major should provide students with opportunities to gain current knowledge and skills, develop professional attitudes and behaviors, acquire tools for problem solving, analysis, and synthesis, and integrate them into traditional and non-traditional settings.
The athletic training major is dedicated to preparing those desiring to become certified athletic trainers. The athletic training major provides structure for the students’ learning experiences, documentation of students’ progress, and continuous assessment of the major to aid in its improvement.
|BOC Exam Year||2010-2011||2011-2012||2012-2013|
|Number of students graduating from the program who took the examination||5||7|
|Number of students graduating from the program who took the examination for the first time*||2||5||5|
|Number of students who passed the examination on the first attempt||0||3||2|
|Overall number of students who passed the examination regardless of the number of attempt||2||4||In progress|
* The NATA Board of Certification exam year does not align with the traditional academic year graduation dates. Students are allowed to take the BOC exam prior to graduation. Students may be included in the exam year prior to or after their graduation. Therefore the data shown is based on the BOC identified "first time candidates" by BOC exam year.
Diane Bartholomew DHSc ,ATC, LAT
Athletic Training Curriculum Administrator