Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Student Data

Graduate Applicant and Graduate Student Outcome Data

Our students are accepted for Spring and Fall starts and there is a rotating graduation at Spring, Summer and Fall commencements.  Our annual data then includes both Spring and Fall incoming students, and Spring, Summer Fall outgoing students! Class sizes have ranged 6-15 students per incoming class.

When evaluating applicants, we take into consideration the following - GRE Scores, Reference Ratings Scores, GPA (Overall GPA, last 60 hours GPA, and CSDO major GPA), and repeated courses (deductions will be made for courses repeated 2 or more times).

Incoming Graduate Class Average Data:

Fall 2013

Spring 2013

Fall 2012

Spring 2012

2011

2010

2009

Overall GPA

3.23

3.41

3.32

3.23

3.44

3.22

3.30

CSDO GPA

3.68

3.45

3.39

3.41

3.52

3.48

3.62

Last 60 Hours GPA

3.53

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GRE overall score old/new

900/298

890/299

883/296

871/294

943

934

935

Recommendation Form Average

185

188

180

166

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

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

Texas A&M University-Kingsville

 

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 is reported for students entering fall and spring. For example, 2013-2014 represents students starting fall 2013 and spring 2014.

Table 1:  Praxis Pass Rates on First Attempt (ETS Data)

Period

Number Taking Exam

Number Passing Exam

Pass Rate

2013-2014

-

-

%

2012-2013

2

2

100%

2011-2012

14

14

100%

2010-2011

19

18

94.7%

3-Year Average

97.1%

Table 2:  Program Completion Rates

Period

Completed in Expected Time Frame

Number Completed Later than Expected

Number Not Completing

Percentage Completing

2013-2014

-

-

 

2012-2013

12

0

0*

100%*

2011-2012

27

0

1

96.3%

2010-2011

21

0

1

95.5%

 

 

3-Year Average

96.8%

*Spring entrants are expected to graduate August 2014.

 Table 3:  Employment Rates in the Profession

Academic Year

Number of Graduates Employed

Percent of Graduates

2013-2014

-

-

2012-2013

5*

41.6%

2011-2012

25

92.6%

2010-2011

20

95.2%

3-Year Average

83.3%

*Time of survey was two weeks post-graduation.

This page was last updated on: June 13, 2014