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Achievement Indicator: Graduates have "next step" success

About the indicator:
Students progress in their programs of study and show they have "next step" success.

This page presents the acceptable thresholds and measures for each of the metrics used to assess the indicator of achievement

Metric: Careers, employment, and success in graduate school placement

Threshold: For associate degree graduates, more than 80 percent of WSU students will either continue their education or be employed within 3 months of graduation.

For associate degree seeking students, next step success is usually either employment or acceptance in a program to pursue a higher degree. This table summarizes responses to the 2013 graduation survey.

 

 


Threshold: For bachelor degree graduates, more than 80 percent of WSU students will either continue on to graduate school, or be employed within 3 months of graduation. Of those applying to graduate school more than two-thirds will be accepted, and for those seeking employment more than two-thirds will be employed in jobs relating to their major.

For bachelor degree seeking students, next step success is usually either employment or acceptance in a program to pursue a higher degree. This table summarizes responses to the 2013 graduation survey.

 

 



Threshold: For those seeking masters degree, post-graduate acceptance in graduate programs will equal or exceed 90 percent, and for those seeking employment more than 80 percent will be employed in their major field.

For master degree seeking students, next step success is usually either employment or acceptance in a program to pursue a higher degree.

 

 

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