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2016 Public Performance Disclosure

Hagan School of Business First-time, Full-time (FTFT) Cohort Retention and Graduation Rates

  Initial Cohort Retained after 1 Year Graduated within 4 Years Graduated within 6 Years
N % N % N %
Fall 2009 Hagan FTFT Cohort 223 190 85% 135 61% 158 71%
Fall 2010 Hagan FTFT Cohort 231 196 85% 143 62%    
Fall 2011 Hagan FTFT Cohort 255 205 80% 152 60%    
Fall 2012 Hagan FTFT Cohort 214 182 85%        
Fall 2013 Hagan FTFT Cohort 302 266 88%        
Fall 2014 Hagan FTFT Cohort 277 217 78%        
Fall 2015 Hagan FTFT Cohort 316            
Notes:
The number of bachelor degree graduates and graduation rates are cumulative.
 
 

2014-15 Bachelor's Degree Program Completers, Hagan School of Business 6-Month Outcome Survey Results

Employed Full-time 50%
Attending Graduate School 42%
Seeking Full-time Employment 8%
N = 36
 
 

Hagan School of Business Graduate Student Fall Cohort Graduation Rates

  Initial Cohort Graduated within 1 Year Graduated within 2 Years Graduated within 3 Years Graduated within 4 Years Graduated within 5 Years
N % N % N % N % N %
Fall 2009 Hagan Graduate Cohort 70 10 14% 39 56% 51 73% 59 84% 59 84%
Fall 2010 Hagan Graduate Cohort 92 18 20% 51 55% 68 74% 71 77% 74 80%
Fall 2011 Hagan Graduate Cohort 92 15 16% 51 55% 62 67% 65 71%    
Fall 2012 Hagan Graduate Cohort 93 15 16% 59 63% 75 81%        
Fall 2013 Hagan Graduate Cohort 76 17 22% 47 62%            
Fall 2014 Hagan Graduate Cohort 69 14 20%                
Fall 2015 Hagan Graduate Cohort 94                    
Notes:
Master's degree-seeking students only.
Number and percentages of graduates are cumulative.
 
 

2014-15 Master's Degree Program Completers, Hagan School of Business 6-Month Outcome Survey Results

Employed Full-time 86%
Attending Graduate School 0%
Seeking Full-time Employment 14%
N = 21