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Employment Rates

 

Employment rates of the program's graduates are high. During the past three academic years (2009 - 2010 through 2011-2012), 91 percent of our graduates were employed in the Health Services Management Field within three months of graduation.

Academic Year  

Number of Graduates (#)  

Number of Graduates Employed Within Three Months of Graduation  

Percent of Graduates Employed Within Three Months of Graduation (%)  

2009 - 2010

13

12

92

2010 - 2011

25

23

92

2011 - 2012

15

13

87

Three-Year Average  

 

18

 

16

 

90

One of the Goals of the GSU MHA Program is to increase and maintain graduation rates of traditionally underserved student populations.
  

Graduation and Retention Rates

 

Graduation rates are very high. The graduation and retention rates for the past three academic years are presented below.

Average retention rate for minority 100%
Average retention rate for women 100%
Average retention rate for all others 100%
Average retention rate for part-time NA

 

Measurement Results  

These data are based on the AY11-12 Classes.  

 

Average graduation rate for all MHA Students between 2009 and 2012 (53 students in total) 52 graduated (98%)

90% of graduates employed in health care fields or admitted to doctoral program in health-related fields

 

Average graduation rate for part-time NA

86% of graduates employed in health care fields are holding a middle-level management position