Student Outcomes

 

PROFESSION

NUMBERS

%

Five-year average credentialing examination first time pass rate
2009 - 2013

Cardiovascular Perfusion: BS

30 out of 32

94%

Medical Imaging: Radiography:BS

78 out of 81

96.3%

Medical Imaging/CT & MRI: BPS

21 out of 21

100%

Medical Imaging/Ultrasound: BS & BPS

35 out of 35

100%

Medical Biotechnology: BSa

2 out of 3

67%

Medical Technology: BS/MS

51 out of 54

94%

Physician Assistant: MSb

52 out of 57

91%

Physical Therapy: DPT

143 out of 152

94%

Radiation Therapy: BS/BPS

68 out of 69

99%

Respiratory Therapy: BS

50 out of 54

93%

CHP Total

530 out of 558

95%

 

 

 

 

Final
Five-year average credentialing examination pass rate 2009 - 2013

Cardiovascular Perfusion: BS

32 out of 32

100%

Medical Imaging: Radiography:BS

81 out of 81

100%

Medical Imaging/CT and MRI: BPS

21 out of 21

100%

Medical Imaging/Ultrasound: BS & BPS

35 out of 35

100%

Medical Biotechnology: BSa

2 out of 3

67%

Medical Technology: BS/MS

53 out of 54

98%

Physician Assistant: MSb

56 out of 57

98.2%

Physical Therapy: DPTc

119 out of 119

100%

Radiation Therapy: BS/BPS

69 out of 69

100%

Respiratory Therapy: BS

50 out of 54

93%

CHP Total

 518 out of 525

99%

 

 

 

 

Five-year average job placement rated within 12 months of graduation
2009 - 2013

Cardiovascular Perfusion: BS

32 out of 32

100%

Medical Imaging: Radiography:BS

75 out of 75

100%

Medical Imaging/CT & MRI: BPS

21 out of 21

100%

Medical Imaging/Ultrasound: BS & BPS

35 out of 35

100%

Medical Biotechnology: BS

13 out of 13

100%

Medical Technology: BS/MS

77 out of 77

100%

Physician Assistant: MSa

55 out of 57

96.5%

Physical Therapy: DPT

152 out of 152

100%

Radiation Therapy: BS/BPS

64 out of 64

100%

Respiratory Therapy: BS

51 out of 52

98%

CHP Total

575 out of 578

99.5%

  • credentialing exams are optional, few graduates choose to take them
  • 3 year average, first class graduated in 2011
  • 4 year average, 2013 not yet available
  • job placement rate is the number of graduates employed in their profession compared to the number of graduates actively seeking employment. Actively seeking employment does not include graduates who fails to communicate with program officials regarding employment status after multiple attempts, graduates who are unwilling to seek employment that requires relocation, graduates who are unwilling to accept employment due to salary or hours, graduates who are on active military duty, and/or graduates who are pursuing continuing education. Employment may be full time, part time, temporary, or per diem.

 

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Hugh Bonner, Dean
Hugh W. Bonner,
  PhD, Dean,
  College of Health
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