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STUDENT SUCCESS RATES

Student Achievement Data for the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture
July 2014

  • Job Placement: Currently we are in contact with 23 members of our 2013 graduating class and know that all are employed. Taking into account 5 others we cannot locate, this indicates that at least 82% of our May 2013 graduates are employed. Among our May 2014 graduates, 21 of 27 have jobs which generates a job placement rate of 78%. Among our recent May 2015 graduates, 13 of 14 have jobs which generates a job placement rate of 93%

  • Acceptance into Graduate School: In 2014, one student applied to and was accepted into graduate school for Fall 2014 which is a perfect acceptance rate. In 2015, no students that we are in contact with have applied to graduate school.

  • Graduation Rates: Of the 44 students accepted into 1st year in 2010, 27 or 67% of those students graduated in 4 years in the spring of 2014. In addition to these spring graduates, 5 more members of the original class of 2014 completed their degree requirements during the summer, bringing the graduation rate of the Class of 2014 to 72% in 4.5 years. Of the 33 students accepted into 1st year in 2011, 14 or about 46% of those students graduated in 3.5 or 4 years in the Fall of 2014 or Spring of 2015

  • Retention and Attrition Rates: Using class roles from the 4 levels of design studio taught each semester and the spring-to-fall semester example provided by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, we can report a retention rate of 91% from spring 2014 to fall 2014 which indicates a 9% attrition rate. Using this same metric, we can report a retention rate of 90% from Spring 2015 to Fall 2015 which indicates a 10% attrition rate.
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