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Interior Design Student Achievement


This data was gathered using institutional data. 

Academic Year 2016-17

Graduation Rates:

Of the students graduating in 2017, 2 students were transfer students, 11 were incoming freshman.  It took the transfer students an average of 8 years to graduate.  The new freshman graduated in 4 years, taking an average of 13 – 15 credits per semester.  Most of the incoming freshman had some AP or concurrent enrollment credits. 

Retention/Attrition:

Students admitted to the program fall semester 2016 achieved a 100% retention rate.

Academic Year 2015-16

Graduation Rates:

Of the students graduating in 2016, 7 were transfer students, 6 were incoming freshman.  It took the transfer students an average of 5.5 years to graduate.  The new freshman graduated in 4 years, taking an average of 13 – 15 credits per semester.  Most of the incoming freshman had some AP or concurrent enrollment credits.

Retention/Attrition:

Students admitted to the program fall semester 2015 achieved a 95% retention rate.

Academic Year 2014-15

Graduation Rates:

Of the students graduating in 2015, 8 were transfer students and 10 were incoming freshman.  It took the transfer students an average of 6 years to graduate.  The new freshman graduated in 4 years, taking an average of 13 – 15 credits per semester.  Most of the incoming freshman had some AP or concurrent enrollment credits..

Retention/Attrition:

Students admitted to the program fall semester 2014 achieved a 90% retention rate.