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Graduate Survey Results

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Each year we survey and use data mining techniques to see if our graduates have found employment.  Our knowledge rate was 64% for students who graduated with their bachelor’s degree between December 2012 and Summer 2013.  Of those who we have knoweldge of, 96% were employed at least part-time, continuing their education, or not seeking employment. 

Survey Response

Attending Grad School Full-Time

Attending Grad School at Least Part-Time

Employed at least part-time

Employed at least part-time in their field

 

Employed full-time

Employed full-time in their field

 

 

Employed at Least Part-Time, Continuing Education, or Not Seeking Employment

Employed in their Field at Least Part-Time, Continuing Education, or Not Seeking Employment

 

Employed Full-Time, Continuing Education, or Not Seeking Employment

Employed Full-Time in their Field, Continuing Education or Not Seeking Employment

402 (64%)

20%

23%

70%

59%

 

61%

52%

 

 

93%

83%

 

85%

77%

PLEASE NOTE:  SOME INDIVIDUALS DID NOT FILL OUT THE ENTIRE SURVEY

Of the students who responded:

  • 407 out of 633 or 64% of students responded to some questions within the survey
  • 228 respondents indicated that they used at least one service provided by the Career Center
  • 79 out of 402 or 20% will attend graduate school full-time
  • 94 out of 402 or 23% will attend graduate school full or part time
  • 282 out of 402 or 70% are employed at least part-time
  • 238 out of 402 or 59% are employed at least part-time in their field
  • 246 out of 402 or 61% are employed full-time
  • 209 out of 402 or 52% are employed full-time in their field
  • 372 out of 402 or 93% are Employed at least part-time, continuing their education, or not seeking employment
  • 332 out of 402 or 83% are Employed in their field at least part-time in their field, continuing their education, or not seeking employment
  • 342 out of 402 or 85% are Employed full-time, continuing education, or not seeking employment
  • 308 out of 402 or 77% are Employed full-time in their field, continuing education, or not seeking employment