Employment Rates

Employment rates of the program's graduates are high. During the past three academic years (2008-2009 through 2010-2011), 100 percent of our graduates were employed as physical therapists within six months of passing the licensure examination.

 

Academic Year 

Number of Graduates (#) 

Number of Graduates Passing Licensure Exam (#)

Percent of Graduates Employed Within Six Months of Passing Licensure Exam(%) 

2010 - 2011

29

26

100

2009 - 2010

18

18

100

2008 - 2009

2

1

100

Three-Year Average 

 

100 

Licensure Examination Pass Rate

The licensure examination pass rate is high. The weighted average ultimate pass rate (%) for the graduating 2008, 2009, and 2010 cohorts is 90%.

Graduation Rates

Graduation rates are very high. The Doctor of Physical Therapy program has one of the highest retention rates in the university. Occasionally, students complete the program within 150% of the normally expected time, voluntarily withdraw, or do not complete the program for a variety of academic and non-academic reasons. The graduation rate for the past three academic years is presented below.

 

Academic Year 

Number (#)
Completed Program Within
Expected Time

Number (#)
Completed Program Within
150% of the normally expected time.

Number (#) Not
Completed
 

Graduation Rate (% Completing Within 150% of the Normally Expected Time)

2011 - 2012

28

2

1

96.7

2010 - 2011

26

3

0

100

2009 - 2010

18

0

0

100

Three-Year
Average
 

 

 

 

98.9