EMPLOYMENT AND EDUCATIONAL STATUS OF BACCALAUREATES BY
CLASS OF 2011
|Curriculum Group||Number in Class1||Number Who Received Survey2||Number of Respondents3
|Pursuing Further Education
|Still Seeking Employment
|Agriculture & Natural Resources||160||160||42||26.3||52.4||9.5||33.3||4.8|
|Arts & Sciences|
|- Social Sciences||876||876||162||18.5||59.3||8.0||27.2||5.6|
|- Life & Health Sciences||171||171||41||24.0||43.9||7.3||41.5||2.4|
|- Physical Sciences||106||106||28||26.4||32.1||7.1||53.6||7.1|
|Business & Economics||820||820||303||37.0||83.2||5.6||8.3||2.0|
|Earth, Ocean, & Environment||33||33||9||27.3||33.3||11.1||55.6||--|
|Education & Human Development||260||260||113||43.5||59.3||15.0||23.0||0.9|
|2011 University Total4||3,621||3,621||1,207||33.3||62.9||8.5||24.0||2.2|
1The number in class is based on expected graduates from IPEDS degree completions data.
2Beginning with the 2010 Career Plans Survey, postcards were sent for the fall follow-up mailings: non-deliverable postcards were not received.
3The number of respondents includes only baccalaureate respondents with valid data on Career Plans Survey, question A for the reported responses on this table.
4Twenty (1.7%) of the 1,207 respondents indicated they are not seeking work in 2011.
Note: Percentages may not total to 100.0 because of rounding.
Source: Data obtained through the Career Services Center and the Office of Institutional Research Career Plans Survey.