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Outcomes & Demographics

Graduate Learning Outcomes

  1. Embrace servant leadership identities through social responsibility, social justice, cultural responsiveness, global citizenship and the integration of learning with faith or worldview. 
  2. Internalize professional formation commensurate with the expectations of the physical therapist.
  3. Develop as primary care providers recognized as movement system experts who consider the physical, emotional, social and spiritual components of health in the design of patient-centered plans of care.
  4. Collaborate as providers and healthcare consultants with patients and families, professional colleagues and communities to optimize quality of life.
  5. Prioritize quality, cost-efficient, patient-centered care that integrates sound ethical, legal and business practices, as valued members of the healthcare team.  
  6. Educate others with consideration of the context of the individual, the task and the environment.
  7. Engage in self-directed learning and scholarship that prepare graduates to be lifelong learners who advance health and wellness in society.
  8. Adapt personal resilience to meet the needs of one's professional role and global community. 

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