Mission, Core Principles, Goals & Objectives
Working in a diverse metropolitan setting, we provide integrated learning, individualized clinical experiences, and research opportunities to develop a comprehensively prepared athletic trainer.
- Innovation: in teaching, research, and clinical practice
- Curiosity: through growth mindset and life-long learning
- Collaboration: in working together towards something bigger
- Integrity: in everything we do
- Total wellbeing: of our faculty, staff, students, and the people we serve
- Evidence-based: an empirical, experiential, and patient centered approach
Program Goals & Student Learning Outcomes
- Develop a well-rounded athletic trainer who has comprehensive knowledge of the domains of athletic training practice and is a patient-centered, culturally competent healthcare provider.
- Recruit and support students from broad backgrounds and diverse populations through completion of the program and entry into the profession.
- Educate students through a dynamic curriculum that emphasizes interprofessional education, patient centered care, and physical and mental health.
- Provide a variety of high-quality clinical education experiences that reflect the student’s professional goals.
- Recruit and retain faculty and preceptors who are outstanding clinicians, educators, and/or researchers.
- Advance the athletic training profession through the leadership and research of the faculty and students.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the MSAT program students will:
- Demonstrate mastery of the domains of athletic training practice.
- Work collaboratively as part of an interprofessional health care team.
- Practice culturally competent and patient centered care
- Engage in professional advocacy
- Be prepared to engage in practice-based research