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General Outcomes

Student Outcomes

  1. Students will provide services to medically underserved, rural individuals who have experienced declines in physical function and health status.
  2. Students will participate in interprofessional education learning experiences to gain an awareness of interprofessional practice/work.
  3. Students will participate in an innovative/scholarly product over the course of their matriculation.

Graduate Outcomes

  1. Graduates will be critical and innovative thinkers by integrating problem-oriented learning experiences throughout the professional curriculum.
  2. Graduates will become competent movement specialists who are capable of understanding, preventing, and treating movement dysfunctions.
  3. Graduates will practice in a collaborative health delivery model through active interprofessional learning experiences.
  4. Graduates will demonstrate achievement and clinical competency through attainment of a 90% or greater first time pass rate on the national licensure exam.

Faculty Outcomes

  1. Faculty will produce highly competent entry-level practitioners, who are innovative, problem solving movement specialists that practice autonomously, in an ethical, evidence-based and interprofessional manner.
  2. Faculty will engage, promote, and support the well-being of the community and the PT profession.
  3. Faculty of the UNG DPT program will establish a nationally and internationally recognized research agenda.
  4. Faculty will participate in interdisciplinary collaboration groups with local and international clinicians and researchers to establish communication and share ongoing research among members and others.

Program Outcomes

  1. The UNG DPT Program will be recognized nationally and internationally as a program of choice for producing movement specialists grounded in professionalism, service and leadership.
  2. The UNG DPT Program will be recognized nationally and internationally as a program of excellence in the pursuit of scholarly achievement.
  3. The UNG DPT Program will lead initiatives to improve global health locally and internationally.

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