Graduate Applicant and Graduate Student Outcome Data

  • We recently transitioned to accepting graduate students in the Fall only. Future records will reflect this transition.

  • In the recent past, our students were accepted for Spring and Fall starts. For that reason, our annual data then include both Spring and Fall incoming students, and Spring, Summer Fall outgoing students. Class sizes have ranged 6-15 students per incoming class.

Incoming Graduate Class Average Data:

 

Fall 2017

Spring 2017

Fall 2016

Spring 2016

Fall

2015

Spring 2015

Fall 2014

Spring  2014

Overall GPA

3.52

3.57

3.61

3.53

3.64

3.58

3.72

3.72

CSDO GPA

3.74

3.67

3.53

3.79

3.93

3.83

3.84

3.84

Overall GRE Score

294

296

293

288

288

291

289

289


Student Outcome Data for M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology 

The Council on Accreditation requires several benchmarks that programs must meet in order to maintain accreditation.  The CAA sets a benchmark target for a 3-year average of 80%.  Data are reported for students entering fall and spring. For example, 2013-2014 represents students starting fall 2013 and spring 2014.

Outgoing Graduate Class Achievement Data for the last three academic years:

Table 1:  Praxis Pass Rates*

Period

Number Taking Exam

Number Passing Exam

Pass Rate

2016-2017

35 29 82.9%

2015-2016

11

9

81.8%

2014-2015

10 7 70.0%

3-Year Average

80.36%

*These data are verified semi-annually with ETS: The Praxis Series.

Table 2:  Program Completion Rates

Academic Year

Number Completed in Expected Time Frame

Number Completed Later than Expected

Number Not Completing

Percentage Completing (On-Time/Total)

2016-2017

29

1

1

90.6%/96.8%

2015-2016

27

2

0

93.1%/100%

2014-2015

24

1

0

96%/100%

 

 

 

3-Year Average (On-Time/Total)

94.1%/98.5%

 Table 3:  Employment Rates in the Profession

Academic Year

Number or Graduates Employed

Percent of Graduates

2016-2017

8

88%

2015-2016

24

80.0%

2014-2015

18

78.3%

 

3-Year Average

80.65%

This page was last updated on: December 5, 2017