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Department of Interior Architecture & Product Design

MIAPD Assessment and Retention

2017-2018

Job Placement: 23 students graduated in May 2018. 18 of those students were 100% employed in the field by January 1, 2019. No data was collected for the remaining 5.

Acceptance into Graduate Programs: The MIAPD program includes application and acceptance to the K-State Graduate School prior to the beginning of the fourth year (out of five years) of study for non-baccalaureate students. 100% of students from the May 2018 graduating class who applied to graduate school were accepted. No students from this class applied to other graduate programs.

The MIAPD post-baccalaureate program acceptance rate for students in the 2017-2018 academic year was 70%.

Graduation Rates: 80% of the students from the class of 2018 graduated in 5 years.

Retention/Attrition: Retention for the same cohort of students from 2nd to 3rd year was 97%. Attrition was 3%.

2016-2017

Job Placement: 100% of the 18 students who graduated in May 2017 were employed in the field by January 1, 2018.

Acceptance into Graduate Programs: The MIAPD program includes application and acceptance to the K-State Graduate School prior to the beginning of the fourth year (out of five years) of study for non-baccalaureate students. 100% of students from the May 2017 graduating class who applied to graduate school were accepted. No students from this class applied to other graduate programs.

Graduation Rates: 95% of the students from the class of 2017 graduated in 5 years.

Retention/Attrition: Retention for the same cohort of students from 2nd to 3rd year was 95%. Attrition was 5%.

2015-2016

Job Placement: 15 students graduated in May 2016. 13 of those students were 100% employed in the field by January 1, 2017. No data was collected for the remaining 2.

Acceptance into Graduate Programs: The MIAPD program includes application and acceptance to the K-State Graduate School prior to the beginning of the fourth year (out of five years) of study for non-baccalaureate students. 100% of students from the May 2016 graduating class who applied to graduate school were accepted. No students from this class applied to other graduate programs.

Graduation Rates: 71% of the students from the class of 2017 graduated in 5 years.

Retention/Attrition: Retention for the same cohort of students from 2nd to 3rd year was 71%. Attrition was 29%.