The Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy (tDPT) Program at the University of Michigan-Flint is committed to teaching excellence and student centered teaching. During 2016-17, 100% of the tDPT graduates reported using an evidence based approach to clinical decision making and value lifelong learning as a result of earning their degree.
Physical Therapy: Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy (t.DPT)
Physical Therapy: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the University of Michigan-Flint is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy (CAPTE), 1111 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314; telephone: 703.706.3245; email: email@example.com; website: www.captedonline.org.
The University of Michigan-Flint Doctor of Physical Therapy program is committed to excellence in teaching, learning, scholarship and service. The DPT program ranked 53rd in the United States and highest of the 6 DPT programs in Michigan by US News and World Reports. Outcomes for the DPT include a 95% graduation rate, a 100% NPTE-PT ultimate pass rate, 100% of the graduates were rated at entry-level clinical performance prior to graduation. One-hundred percent of the DPT graduates who sought employment as a physical therapist were employed.
Master of Science in Anesthesia (MS)
The Anesthesia Program’s graduates’ successful performance on the National Certification Examiniation indicates that our students are being appropriately prepared with didactic content for entry into Nurse Anesthesia practice. Feedback from our graduates and their employers on their academic and clinical preparation indicates that the program continues to meet it’s goal of educating and preparing Registered Nurses to become Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists. Our students’ acceptance for poster presentation at AANA and MANA conferences demonstrates that the research projects conducted by our students meet commonly accepted standards within the profession. Anesthesia Program students also contribute to the body of anesthesia knowledge as evidenced by winning the AANA Student Writing Contest in 2016, 2017, and 2018 and subsequent publication of the articles in the AANA NewsBulletin.
Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Program (DrAP)
Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia
Acceptance of our DNAP graduates’ posters, oral presentations, and manuscript submissions indicates the quality of the scholarly work being done in the program meets commonly accepted standards. DNAP graduates indicated they were satisfied with the quality of their educational experience and feel well prepared for expanded roles within Nurse Anesthesia practice.
Clinical Laboratory Science / Medical Technology
Health Care Administration (BS)
The program uses a combination of methods to assess the Health Care Administration program, to include: 1) student and field supervisor evaluations of the student’s capstone/internship experience, 2) aggregated data from writing intensive course evaluation forms, 3) Capstone/internship paper rubrics, and 5) Graduation and Alumni surveys. We are pleased to report that in all areas our students are meeting or exceeding our assessment goals. We continue to evaluate and streamline the assessment process. Assessment data is frequently reviewed and has driven curricular changes.
Health Sciences (BS)
Public Health (BS)
Public Health (BS)
The program uses a combination of methods to assess the Public Health program, to include: 1) student and field supervisor evaluations of the student’s capstone/internship experience, 2) aggregated data from writing intensive course evaluation forms, 3) Capstone/internship paper rubrics, and 5) Graduation and Alumni surveys, and 6) Focus Groups. We are pleased to report that in all areas our students are meeting or exceeding our assessment goals. We continue to evaluate and streamline the assessment process. Assessment data is frequently reviewed and has driven curricular changes.
Radiation Therapy (BS)
The University of Michigan – Flint’s Radiation Therapy Program continues to be assessed as a high quality program. The Program is continually reviewed and analyzed in order to provide students with the best possible education relating to Radiation Therapy. The Clinical Rotation component of the program consistently has the largest impact on student success. Nearly two years of clinical, hands-on experience enable the students to experience patient care while concurrently progressing in their didactic studies. The Radiation Therapy Advisory Committee will continue to assess the program regularly and suggest areas for improvement.
Respiratory Therapy - completion program (BS)