Program Outcomes

  • Graduation Rate

    The percentage of students who complete the program within 150% of normally expected time.

    • Class of 2010 (87%)
    • Class of 2011 (98%)
    • Class of 2012 (90%)
    • Class of 2013 (95%)

    First Time Pass Rate

    The percentage of students that passed the licensure exam on the first attempt.

    • Class of 2010 (75%)
    • Class of 2011 (90%)
    • Class of 2012 (84%)
    • Class of 2013 (95%)

    Ultimate Pass Rate

    The percentage of students that passed the licensure exam, regardless of number of attempts.

    • Class of 2009 (97%)
    • Class of 2010 (97%)
    • Class of 2011 (97%)
    • Class of 2012 (87%)
    • Class of 2013 (97.5%)

    Employment Rate

    The percentage of graduates who sought employment that were employed within 6 months of passing the licensure exam.

    • Class of 2009 (100%)
    • Class of 2010 (100%)
    • Class of 2011 (100%)
    • Class of 2012 (100%)
    • Class of 2013 (100%)

    Student Learning Outcomes

    These outcome data reflect performance of our student cohorts while on their clinical experiences and our graduates after one year of practicing in the clinic. Data is extracted from Outcome Assessment 2012-2013. 

    Our graduates/students will be competent in patient/client management for body functions, activity and participation related to movement.

    • Class of 2012 (Clinical Practice IV = 100%)
    • Class of 2013 (Clinical Practice II and III= 100%)
    • Class of 2014 (Clinical Practice I=100%)
    • Graduates – Class of 2011 (4.4/5.0)

    Our graduates/students will demonstrate professionalism and ethical behavior in all aspects of the educational, community and clinical setting.

    • Class of 2012 (Clinical Practice IV = 100%)
    • Class of 2013 (Clinical Practice II and III= 100%)
    • Class of 2014 (Clinical Practice I=100%)
    • Graduates – Class of 2011 (4.75/5.0)

    Our graduates/students will incorporate evidence based practice in clinical decision making.

    • Class of 2012 (Clinical Practice IV = 100%)
    • Class of 2013 (Clinical Practice II and III= 100%)
    • Class of 2014 (Clinical Practice I=100%)
    • Graduates – Class of 2011 (3.9/5.0)

    Our graduate/students will be skilled in education and communicating with patients/clients, caregivers, colleagues, payers and policy makers.

    • Class of 2012 (Clinical Practice IV = 100%)
    • Class of 2013 (Clinical Practice II and III= 100%)
    • Class of 2014 (Clinical Practice I=100%)
    • Graduates – Class of 2011 (4.5/5.0)