Athletic Training Vision

The University of Texas Permian Basin Athletic Training Program strives to prepare motivated healthcare leaders who seek the needs of the region and beyond. Founded in innovation, collaboration, empathy, and best practices, we will utilize a student and patient-centered approach to learning and instill respect for diverse patient needs.

Athletic Training Mission

As a forward-thinking division, the University of Texas Permian Basin Athletic Training Program serves a diverse community of students from the region, the state, and beyond. Through continued advancement in education, clinical opportunities, and student-centered learning; the program will prepare students to be lifelong learners who are influential and engaged in their community and profession. We are committed to using modern technology, evidence-based practice, and professional development to promote the growth of our students and our department.

Program Student Learning Outcomes and Goals

Program Goals

  1. To prepare competent, engaged entry-level athletic trainers who aspire to be leaders in the profession and community.
  2. To produce athletic trainers who are a marketable and employable commodity in employment or continued education.
  3. To provide a variety of high-quality, dynamic clinical education opportunities that foster critical thinking and facilitate the transition to practice.
  4. To provide interprofessional collaboration and experiences that encourage a global approach to healthcare.
  5. To promote continual improvement in instructional and faculty quality.

Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLO)