Kinesiology Undergraduate Programs

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Student Learning Outcomes

All Health and Human Performance majors within the Department of Kinesiology will be able to:

  1. Speak and write effectively to a target audience on essential information in human movement/health and human performance. 
  2. Critically evaluate and integrate new information into professional practice to solve relevant health or fitness problems.
  3. Assess fitness and human movement to determine risk for injury and develop programs to improve human performance. 
  4. Describe the mechanisms (i.e. metabolic, physiologic, biomechanical, and developmental) by which physical activity aids in health promotion, performance enhancement and disease prevention.
  5. Demonstrate preparedness to serve others in various fitness or health care settings through their selected vocation and calling.

All Applied Health Science majors within the Department of Kinesiology will be able to:

  1. Speak and write effectively to a target audience on essential information in health care. 
  2. Critically evaluate and integrate new information into professional practice to solve relevant health care concerns
  3. Describe the mechanisms (i.e. metabolic, physiologic, biomechanical, and developmental) by which physical activity aids in health care settings. 
  4. Demonstrate preparedness to serve others in various health care settings through their selected vocation or calling.

Athletic Training Program Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate cognitive and psychomotor competence in the 12 content areas of the Athletic Training Educational Competencies.
  2. Exhibit advancing clinical proficiency in the practice of athletic training through (1) development in knowledge, psychomotor skills, and clinical reasoning and (2) application of evidence-based decision making.
  3. Speak and write coherently on information in athletic training, and communicate it effectively to a target audience.
  4. Demonstrate the common values and behaviors of the athletic training profession in a distinctly moral and ethical manner, integrating the Christian faith with clinical practice.
  5. Demonstrate preparation to serve a diverse environment through experience with a variety of patient populations and clinical settings and with various allied healthcare professionals.
  6. Demonstrate knowledge and skills required of an entry-level Certified Athletic Trainer.
  7. Demonstrate preparation for careers that utilize Certified Athletic Trainers or for graduate study and employment in allied healthcare professions.

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