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Student Data

Enrollment History
  AY 15-16
AY 16-17 AY 17-18 AY 18-19 AY 19-20
Headcount 1
47   122

Headcount: An unduplicated headcount of all registered students with the major code (primary and secondary) during the term the data was pulled. This is census data pulled in the late fall term to reflect fall enrollment.

Source: IDEAS/Snowflake - Institutional Research

Data Visualization of Enrollment History 
Line graph showing a 5-year trend
Program Continuance History
  2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Program Continuance 66.82% 68.53% 73.19% 58.09%

Program continuance is a measure of program-level persistence; how many students who were in the program last year and could have returned this year, did so. It is a one-to-one comparison of students from fall-to-fall and does not count students who have graduated nor new enrollees to the program, regardless of where they originated.

Source: Argos - Office of the University Registrar

Data Visualization for Program Continuance History
Program Continuance History line graph has a slight increase from 66.82% in 2014 to 73.19% in 2016 and decreases to 58.09% in 2017.

Graduate History
  2012 2014 2015 2016 2016
Graduates by
142 133 135 150 146
Graduates by year: Includes all graduates with the major code (primary and secondary) in any term of the academic year. The academic year is defined as fall, spring, and then summer.

Source: IDEAS/Snowflake - Institutional Research

Data Visualization for Graduates per Year
Starting from 2012, Graduates were at 142 and decreased to 133 in 2013, but spiked to 150 in 2015 and dropped to 146 in 2016.
Average Time to Degree Completion
  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Time to Completion 4.58 4.72 4.55 4.45 4.6

Time to completion is calculated in years and reflects the total time from the time of enrollment in the program to the time of completion. It is calculated by summing the total time in the program for all graduates in a particular year divided by the total number of graduates for that year.

For the purposes of program review, students whose total time in the program exceeds 10 years are excluded from this calculation.

Source: undergraduate programs: Ideas/Snowflake - Institutional Research
Source: graduate programs: Argos - Office of the University Registrar

Data Visualization for Average Time Completion
Starting from 2012, time to completion took 4.58, spiking to 4.72 in 2013 but decreases to 4.45 in 2015 and slightly rises again in 2016 to 4.6.

Graduation Rate > 60 Credit Hours

*undergraduate programs only

AY 2014-15
AY 2015-16
AY 2016-17
AY 2017-18
AY 2018-19
Program Rate
College Comparison
Graduation rate for those students in the program (any associated major code) who earn 60 or more completed credits during the specified academic year AND go on to graduate within three academic years. Because students earning 60 or more credits in the last year of the review period will not have had more than a single academic year in which to graduate, data for that academic year will not be displayed.

Source: EAB's Academic Performance Solutions platform

  Bar chart comparing program graduation rates to college graduation rates