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STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT DATA

Weber State University, Bachelor of Science Degree in Interior Design-Professional Sales, Student Achievement Data

The WSU Interior Design program offers the public clear, consistent and reasonably current information addressing student achievement. Aggregate data addressing job placement, graduate program acceptance, graduation rates and retention/attrition rates are provided below:

JOB PLACEMENT:

91% of students that graduated in April 2012 were employed in the design-build profession by October 2014.
92% of students that graduated in April 2013 were employed in the design-build profession by October 2014.
100% of students that graduated in April 2014 were employed in the design-build profession by June 2014.

DOUBLE MAJOR:

72% of students that graduated in April 2012 earned a dual major BS degree in Interior Design and Professional Sales
80% of students that graduated in April 2013 earned a dual major BS degree in Interior Design and Professional Sales
60% of students that graduated in April 2014 earned a dual major BS degree in Interior Design and Professional Sales

ACCEPTANCE INTO GRADUATE PROGRAMS:
2011: 100% of students from the class of 2011 who applied to graduate school were accepted.
2012: 100% of students from the class of 2012 who applied to graduate school were accepted
2013: 100% of students from the class of 2013 who applied to graduate school were accepted.
2014: 100% of students from the class of 2014 who applied to graduate school were accepted.


GRADUATION RATES:

75% of non-transfer students from the class of 2013 graduated in 4 years.
100% of transfer students from the class of 2013 graduated in 6 semesters or less as specified in the university catalog.

75% of non-transfer students from the class of 2014 graduated in 4 years.  
100% of transfer students from the class of 2014 graduated in 6 semesters or less as specified in the university catalog.
 

RETENTION/ATTRITION:  

53% of students enrolled during the spring 2011 semester returned in fall of 2011, putting attritiion at 47%
49% of students enrolled during the spring 2012 semester returned in fall of 2012, putting attrition at 51%
56% of students enrolled during the spring of 2013 semester returned in fall of 2013, putting attrition at  44%
2014:  TBD

 


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