UCC/UGC/ECCC Proposal for Plan Change or Plan Deletion Fall 2016

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1 UCC/UGC/ECCC Proposal for Plan Change or Plan Deletion Fall 2016 FAST TRACK (Select if this will be a fast track item. Refer to Fast Track Policy for eligibility) If this proposal represents changes to the intent of the plan or its integral components, review by the college dean, graduate dean (for graduate items) and/or the provost may be required prior to college curricular submission. All Plans with NCATE/CAEP designation, or plans seeking NCATE/CAEP designation, must include an NCATE Accreditation Memo of Approval from the NAU NCATE/CAEP administrator prior to submission. UCC proposals must include an updated 8-term plan (if applicable). UGC proposals must include an updated program of study. 1. College: Health and Human Services 2. Academic Unit: Physical Therapy and Athletic Training 3. Academic Plan Name: Athletic Training; M.S. (ATHLTRNMS) 4. Emphasis: 5. Plan proposal: Plan Change Plan Deletion New Emphasis Emphasis Change Emphasis Deletion 6. Current student learning outcomes of the plan. If structured as plan/emphasis, include for both core and emphasis. Student Learning Outcomes Athletic Training M.S. Outcomes align with Standards from the National Athletic Trainers Association Evidence-Based Practice Evidence-based practitioners incorporate the best available evidence, their clinical skills, and the needs of the patient to maximize patient outcomes. This area focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary for entry-level athletic trainers to use a systematic approach to ask and answer clinically relevant questions that affect patient care by using Show the proposed changes in this column (if applicable). Bold the changes, to differentiate from what is not changing, and change font to Bold Red with strikethrough for what is being deleted. (Resources, Examples & Tools for Developing Effective Program Student Learning Outcomes). UNCHANGED

2 review and application of existing research evidence. One strategy, among others, is to use a five-step approach: o creating a clinically relevant question; o searching for the best evidence; o critically analyzing the evidence; o integrating the appraisal with personal clinical expertise and patients references; and o evaluating the performance or outcomes of the actions. Prevention and Health Promotion Athletic trainers develop and implement strategies and programs to prevent the incidence and/or severity of injuries and illnesses and optimize their clients /patients overall health and quality of life. These strategies and programs also incorporate the importance of nutrition and physical activity in maintaining a healthy lifestyle and in preventing chronic disease (eg, diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease). Clinical Examination and Diagnosis Athletic trainers must possess strong clinical examination skills in order to accurately diagnosis and effectively treat their patients. The clinical examination is an on-going process, repeated to some extent each time the patient is treated. The development of these skills requires a thorough understanding of anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics. Athletic trainers must also apply clinical-reasoning skills throughout the physical examination process in order to assimilate data, select the appropriate assessment tests, and formulate a differential diagnosis. Acute Care of Injuries and Illnesses Athletic trainers are often present when injuries or other acute conditions occur or are the first healthcare professionals to evaluate a patient. For this reason, athletic trainers must be knowledgeable and skilled in the evaluation and immediate management of acute injuries and illnesses. Therapeutic Interventions Athletic trainers assess the patient s status using clinician- and patient-oriented outcome measures. Based on this assessment and with consideration of the stage of healing and goals, a therapeutic intervention is designed to maximize the patient s participation and health-related quality of life. A broad range of interventions, methods, techniques, equipment, activities using body movement, and medications are incorporated into this domain. These interventions are designed to enhance function by identifying, remediating, and preventing impairments and activity restrictions (functional limitations) to maximize participation. Rehabilitation is conducted in a wide variety of settings (eg, aquatic, clinic) with basic and contemporary equipment/modalities and on

3 a wide range of patients with respect to age, overall health, and desired level of activity. Therapeutic interventions also include the use of prescription and nonprescription medications. For this reason, the athletic trainer needs to be knowledgeable about common prescription and nonprescription drug indications, adverse reactions, and interactions. Psychosocial Strategies and Referral Athletic trainers must be able to recognize clients/patients exhibiting abnormal social, emotional, and mental behaviors. Coupled with recognition is the ability to intervene and refer these individuals as necessary. Athletic trainers appreciate the role of mental health in injury and recovery and use interventions to optimize the connection between mental health and restoration of participation. Healthcare Administration Athletic trainers function within the context of a complex healthcare system. Integral to this function is an understanding of risk management, healthcare delivery mechanisms, insurance, reimbursement, documentation, patient privacy, and facility management. Professional Development and Responsibility The provision of high quality patient care requires that the athletic trainer maintain current competence in the constantly changing world of healthcare. Athletic trainers must also embrace the need to practice within the limits of state and national regulation using moral and ethical judgment. As members of a broader healthcare community, athletic trainers work collaboratively with other healthcare providers and refer clients/patients when such referral is warranted. Clinical Integration Proficiencies The clinical integration proficiencies (CIPs) represent the synthesis and integration of knowledge, skills, and clinical decision-making into actual client/patient care. The CIPs have been reorganized into this section (rather than at the end of each content area) to reflect their global nature. For example, therapeutic interventions do not occur in isolation from physical assessment. For a full list of standards of the Athletic Training Program, please click here (The attached Athletic Training Standards in PDF format will open)

4 7. Current catalog display in this column. Cut and paste the changing text in its entirety, from the current on-line academic catalog: (http://catalog.nau.edu/catalog/) Show the proposed changes in this column. Bold the changes, to differentiate from what is not changing, and change font to Bold Red with strikethrough for what is being deleted. Athletic Training; M.S. In addition to University Requirements: Athletic Training; M.S. In addition to University Requirements: Complete individual plan requirements. Complete individual plan requirements. Minimum Units for Completion 58 Major GPA Additional Admission Requirements Fieldwork Experience/Internship Oral Defense Research Additional Fees/Program Fees Progression Plan Link C Admission requirements over and above admission to NAU are required. Required Oral Defense is required. Individualized research is required. Required View Program of Study Additional Admission Requirements Admission requirements over and above admission to NAU are required. NAU Graduate Online application required for all programs. Details on admission requirements are included in the online application. Undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.00 (scale is 4.00 = "A"), or the equivalent. Admission to many graduate programs is on a competitive basis, and programs may have higher standards than those established by the Graduate College. Transcripts For details on graduate admission policies, please visit the Graduate Admissions Policy International applicants have additional admission requirements. Please see the International Graduate Admissions Policy Individual program admission requirements include: GRE revised General Test Evidence of experience in athletic training (at least 100 observation hours in an active athletic training room OR one year under a Minimum Units for Completion 58 Major GPA Additional Admission Requirements Comprehensive Exam Fieldwork Experience/Internship Oral Defense Research Additional Fees/Program Fees Progression Plan Link C Admission requirements over and above admission to NAU are required. Optional Required Oral Defense is required. Individualized research is required. Required View Program of Study Additional Admission Requirements Admission requirements over and above admission to NAU are required. NAU Graduate Online application required for all programs. Details on admission requirements are included in the online application. Undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.00 (scale is 4.00 = "A"), or the equivalent. Admission to many graduate programs is on a competitive basis, and programs may have higher standards than those established by the Graduate College. Transcripts For details on graduate admission policies, please visit the Graduate Admissions Policy International applicants have additional admission requirements. Please see the International Graduate Admissions Policy Individual program admission requirements include: GRE revised General Test Evidence of experience in athletic training (at least 100 observation hours in an active

5 certified athletic trainer in an athletic training room) Proof of CPR certification* (American Heart Association or American Red Cross) Prerequisites (completed prior to enrolling in the program) o Completed courses in the following areas: 1) Introduction to Athletic Training, with a C or better; 2) Health Principles, with a C or better; 3) Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II, with a C or better; 4) Introduction to Physics with Lab, with a C or better; 5) Introduction to Psychology, with a C or better; 6) Applied Statistics, with a C or better; 7) Exercise Physiology, with a C or better, and 8) Kinesiology, with a C or better, 9) Human Nutrition or higher, with a C or better. Personal statement or essay 2 letters of recommendation from certified athletic trainers An interview *Students may take AT 229, Emergency Care in Athletic Training, on the NAU Flagstaff Mountain Campus during the summer after acceptance to become CPR certified. Upon admission, we require that students have a physical exam by a physician of their choice; show proof of immunization for hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, and diphtheria; and attest that they meet the technical standards established by our program and by the Northern Arizona University's Disability Support Services. For more information details on individual program admission requirements, please visit Admission Requirements - Master of Science in Athletic Training. Master's Requirements Take the following 58 units with a grade of "C" or better: AT 500, AT 510, AT 520, AT 525, AT 526, AT 530, AT 535, AT 540, AT 545, AT 550, AT athletic training room OR one year under a certified athletic trainer in an athletic training room) Proof of CPR certification* (American Heart Association or American Red Cross) Prerequisites (completed prior to enrolling in the program) o Completed courses in the following areas: 1) Introduction to Athletic Training, with a C or better; 2) Health Principles, with a C or better; 3) Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II, with a C or better; 4) Introduction to Physics with Lab, with a C or better; 5) Introduction to Psychology, with a C or better; 6) Applied Statistics, with a C or better; 7) Exercise Physiology, with a C or better, and 8) Kinesiology, with a C or better, 9) Human Nutrition or higher, with a C or better. Personal statement or essay 2 letters of recommendation from certified athletic trainers An interview *Students may take AT 229, Emergency Care in Athletic Training, on the NAU Flagstaff Mountain Campus during the summer after acceptance to become CPR certified. Upon admission, we require that students have a physical exam by a physician of their choice; show proof of immunization for hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, and diphtheria; and attest that they meet the technical standards established by our program and by the Northern Arizona University's Disability Support Services. For more information details on individual program admission requirements, please visit Admission Requirements - Master of Science in Athletic Training. Master's Requirements Take the following 58 units with a grade of "C" or better: AT 500, AT 510, AT 520, AT 525, AT 526, AT 530, AT 535, AT 540, AT 545, AT 550, AT

6 555, AT 610, AT 620, AT 625, AT 635, AT 650 (40 units) AT 501, AT 502, AT 503, AT 504, and AT 505 which complete our clinical education component (16 units) AT 655 Applied Research Project (2 units) The Graduate College requires a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative GPA and no more than 6 hours of C while in the program, in order to graduate. You should be aware that you may be placed on probation if your grade point average falls below a 3.00, or if you receive a grade lower than a "C" in any course required for the program. If you are on probation, you will be assigned limited or no clinical experience. Teacher Preparation If you plan to teach in the high school setting, you should pursue a bachelor s degree in Secondary Education Biology. You must work with an advisor from the College of Engineering, Forestry and Natural Sciences to fulfill the requirements of this degree. See Biology Advising. Be aware that some courses may have prerequisites that you must also take. For prerequisite information click on the course or see your advisor. Additional Information Program fees are established by the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR). A program fee of $1000 per year has been approved for this program. 555, AT 610, AT 620, AT 625, AT 635, AT 650 (40 units) AT 501, AT 502, AT 503, AT 504, and AT 505 which complete our clinical education component (16 units) Select one from: AT 655 Applied Research Project (2 units) Students enrolled for AT 655 will work with faculty on a culminating project. OR AT 597 (2 units) Students enrolled for AT 597 must take and pass a written comprehensive exam. The Graduate College requires a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative GPA and no more than 6 hours of C while in the program, in order to graduate. You should be aware that you may be placed on probation if your grade point average falls below a 3.00, or if you receive a grade lower than a "C" in any course required for the program. If you are on probation, you will be assigned limited or no clinical experience. Teacher Preparation If you plan to teach in the high school setting, you should pursue a bachelor s degree in Secondary Education Biology. You must work with an advisor from the College of Engineering, Forestry and Natural Sciences to fulfill the requirements of this degree. See Biology Advising. Be aware that some courses may have prerequisites that you must also take. For prerequisite information click on the course or see your advisor. Additional Information Program fees are established by the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR). A program fee of $1000 per year has been approved for this program.

7 8. Justification for proposal: Our MS-AT program has completed its first year in existence and beginning our second cohort of students. Currently, every student is required to do an Applied Project. With feedback provided by our first cohort regarding the research components of the program, we would like to give students the option of Written Comps OR an Applied Project. This would serve to more closely meet their differing goals in our program. We are deleting the Oral Comps and replacing this with Written Comps. Students would now take either AT 655 or AT 597, aligning with the completion of an Applied Project OR aligning with preparing for Written Comps and producing a substantial research literature review paper. 9. Will this proposal impact other plans, sub plans, or course offerings, etc.? Yes No If yes, list and include evidence of notification to and/or response from each impacted academic unit as necessary Answer for UCC/ECCC only: 10. A major is differentiated from another major by required course commonality: 24 units of the required coursework to complete the major must be unique, (i.e. not common or not dual use as a required element in another major), to that major. Does this plan have 24 units of unique required credit? Yes No 11. An emphasis is differentiated from another emphasis by required course commonality: 15 units of the required coursework to complete the emphasis must be unique, (i.e. not common or not dual use as a required element in another emphasis), to that emphasis. Do the emphases each have 15 units of unique required credit? Yes No 12. An undergraduate certificate is differentiated from another certificate by required course commonality: 12 units of the required coursework to complete the certificate must be unique (i.e. not common or not dual use as a required element in another certificate), to that certificate. Does this certificate have 12 units of unique required credit? Yes No 13. A minor is differentiated from another minor by required course commonality: 12 units of the required coursework to complete the minor must be unique, (i.e. not common or not dual use as a required element in another minor), to that minor. Does this minor have 12 units of unique required credit? Yes No Answer for UGC only: 14. Master s degrees are differentiated from one another by required curriculum and course commonality: at least 12 units of required coursework to complete the degree must be unique (i.e. not common or for dual use as a required element in another degree). Does this degree contain at least 12 unique units of required credit? Yes No 15. Emphases within a Master s degree are differentiated by required curriculum and course commonality: at least 9 units of required coursework to complete the emphasis must be unique (i.e. not common or not dual use as a required element in another emphasis). Do emphases contain at least 9 unique units of required credit? Yes No 16. If this is a non-thesis plan, does it require a minimum of 24 units of formal graded coursework? Yes No If no, explain why this proposal should be approved.

8 17. If this is a thesis plan, does it require a minimum of 18 units of formal graded coursework? Yes If no, explain why this proposal should be approved. No FLAGSTAFF MOUNTAIN CAMPUS Scott Galland 10/22/2015 Reviewed by Curriculum Process Associate Approvals: Department Chair/Unit Head (if appropriate) Chair of college curriculum committee Dean of college For Committee use only: UCC/UGC Approval EXTENDED CAMPUSES Reviewed by Curriculum Process Associate Approvals: Academic Unit Head Division Curriculum Committee (Yuma, Yavapai, or Personalized Learning) Division Administrator in Extended Campuses (Yuma, Yavapai, or Personalized Learning) Faculty Chair of Extended Campuses Curriculum Committee (Yuma, Yavapai, or Personalized Learning)

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