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Executive Summary 2011/12

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Table of Contents College of Arts & Sciences.................................................................. 4 Price College of Business.................................................................... 12 Mewbourne College of Earth & Energy.............................................. 21 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education........................................... 27 College of Engineering......................................................................... 30 Gaylord College of Journalism & Mass Communication............... 37

900 Asp Avenue, Suite 323, Oklahoma Memorial Union Norman, OK 73019-4057 405.325.1974 Business Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Walk-In Career Advising: Monday-Thursday, 1:30-4 p.m.

www.hiresooner.com


What We Offer Services for Students and Alumni Personalized Career Planning

Campus Recruitment

Individual career advising

On-Campus Interviewing facility

Information including careers, graduate school,

Web-based recruiting system

salary information and preparing for the job search

Fall and Spring career fairs

Comprehensive Web site and career library

Fall and Spring on-campus recruiting schedules

Online job board

Online resume books

Training and Services •

Individual Assistance

Job Search Workshops

Mock Interviews

Optimal Resume - online resume writing program

Going Global - online international job search resource

Focus2 - online career decision-making resource

Interview Stream - virtual interview practice

Resume Critiques - one-on-one with career advisor

Services for Faculty and Staff •

Online Job Board

Online student resume books by major - by request

Optimal Resume

Going Global

Focus2

Interview Stream

Classroom presentations by Career Services staff

OU Career Services Team Bette Scott, Director

Sarah Welch, Assistant Director

bscott@ou.edu

Business swelch@ou.edu

Brenda Peters, Associate Director Employer Relations

Mary Delaney, Assistant Director

bpeters@ou.edu

Internships and Co-ops, Arts & Sciences mdelaney@ou.edu

Rick Dubler, Assistant Director Engineering, Earth & Energy, Architecture,

Claudia Schaff, Assistant Director

Atmospheric & Geographic Sciences, Aviation

Education, International Studies, Fine Arts,

rdubler@ou.edu

Journalism and Mass Communication cmorales@ou.edu


College of Arts & Sciences 2011/12

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Overview Career Services Activities for College of Arts & Sciences • Maintained the Arts & Sciences Online Resume Book. • Taught CAS 4091, Career Planning Class to Arts & Sciences majors twice each semester. Brought in guest speakers from various industries to talk to students and present lectures on various aspects of the job search process. Conducted mock interviews and personal resume critiques with each student. • Facilitated academic credit for 119 students through CAS 4630 and CAS 3901 for internships and co-ops. • Consistently entered salary offers and accepts into database to organize internship and full-time offers and accepts from Arts & Sciences students. • Assisted students in applying for and researching graduate school opportunities. • Attended and spoke at College of A&S Recruiter’s Day. • Conducted numerous mock interviews to better prepare students for all the situations that surround a real interview. • Developed specialized job search workshops for A&S majors and publicized and presented them throughout the year. • Built stronger relationships with College of Arts & Sciences faculty and staff by being in classrooms; consistently updating faculty and staff on upcoming events and job openings for students, and speaking to clubs and organizations. • Met with A&S students each semester to help with job search, resume writing, interviewing skills, and various other topics. • Held the fifth annual OU Job Expo Career Fair late in the Spring semester. This Career Fair was directed towards A&S students and employers seeking students for positions in corporate, government, non-profit, social services, and education. • Posted jobs daily for internship and full-time positions for A&S majors. Students who had an active HIREsooner account received an email each time a job was posted that requested their major.


Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services

Career Fair Attendance

All Students

7,258

Sooner Showcase Career Fair

221

College of Arts & Sciences

1,830

Spring Career Fair

122

JMC Career & Internship Fair

22

OU Job Expo

113

Total Attendance

478

Job Postings # of Job Postings for A & S

1,988

# of Job Postings for All Majors

4,037

Registrants by Major African & African American Studies

8

Integrated Studies

1

Anthropology

38

Interdisciplinary Pgm

1

Arabic

3

Letters

29

Arts & Sci Planned Program

22

Libr & Information Studies

13

Arts & Sciences-Undecided

4

Linguistics

8

Astronomy

2

Mathematics

47

Astrophysics

6

Microbiology

65

Biochemistry

52

Multidisciplinary Studies

256

Botany

7

Native American Studies

7

Chemical Biosciences

3

Natural Sciences

1

Chemistry

28

Org Dynamics

1

Chemistry/Biochemistry

22

Philosophy

11

Chinese

10

Physics

13

Classics

6

Political Science

78

Communication

166

Psychology

98

Counseling Psychology

2

Public Administration - MPA

25

Criminal Justice

19

Public Affairs & Administration

8

Ecol/Evolution Biol-Bot/Micr

1

Religious Studies

2

Economics

61

Russian

1

English

59

Social Work

25

Film & Media Studies

41

Sociology

47

French

11

Sociology-Criminology

53

German

3

Spanish

18

Health & Exercise Science

94

Special Program

1

History

56

Womens Studies and Gender Studies

1

History Of Science

1

Zoology

40

Human Relations

205

Zoology-Biomedical Sciences

11

Information Studies

15

Total Registrants

1,830


Full-time offers submitted to Career Services The following data is self-reported from69 students after 69 69they graduate. 69 Major

Minimum

Maximum

Average

Planned Program

$23,750

$30,000

$27,250

Biochemistry

$36,000

$36,000

$36,000

Chemistry

$37,000

$40,000

$38,500

Chinese

$24,000

$24,000

$24,000

Classics

$30,000

$30,000

$30,000

Communication

$22,000

$35,000

$31,500

Criminal Justice

$35,000

$68,000

$50,667

Economics

$44,000

$85,000

$59,000

English

$28,000

$51,000

$39,657

French

$30,000

$30,000

$30,000

Health & Exercise Science

$24,000

$31,200

$27,600

History

$13,000

$13,000

$13,000

Human Relations

$28,000

$31,000

$29,500

Information Studies

$43,000

$45,000

$44,000

Mathematics

$32,000

$50,000

$43,000

Multidisciplinary Studies

$33,280

$57,000

$45,927

Philosophy

$51,000

$51,000

$51,000

Political Science

$13,000

$43,294

$29,765

Psychology

$24,000

$55,000

$33,000

Religious Studies

$26,400

$26,400

$26,400

Social Work

$27,000

$30,000

$28,528

Sociology

$30,000

$40,000

$33,875

Spanish

$30,000

$30,000

$30,000

Internship offers submitted to Career Services Students who let us know they are completing an internship are asked to fill out a survey in order for us to track salary, organization, and location. This is also self-reported. 69 69 69 69 Major

Minimum

Maximum

Average

Planned Program

$7.00

$7.25

$7.00

Communication

$7.25

$15.50

$12.00

Economics

$34.00

$34.00

$34.00

Health & Exercise Science

$30.00

$30.00

$30.00

Human Relations

$12.00

$12.00

$12.00


Recruiting Information Organizations that have recruited/hired for full-time & internship positions Abercrombie & Fitch Ace International Advanced Systems Technology Inc. Aerotek Air Force Reserve Aldi Amegy Bank Ameren American Eagle American General Financial Services American Income Life Anadarko Petroleum Corp ANB Financial Bancshares Inc. Argo Data Resource Corp Arlington Police Department Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) Arvest Bank ASI Business Solutions ASTEC, Inc. AXA Advisors, LLC Bank of Oklahoma Bartlesville Independent School District Blue Cross Blue Shield BMI Systems BMI+ImageNet BNSF Railway Company Boeing Company Boyd Metals BS&B Safety Systems LLC Buckle C H Robinson Worldwide Inc CCH (a Wolters Kluwer business) Central Intelligence Agency Cerner Corporation CEVA Logistics (Formerly Eagle Global) CGGVeritas Cherokee Nation Enterprises Chesapeake Energy Corporation Chevron Corporation Chevron Phillips Chemical Company Chickasaw Nation Industries Cintas Corporation CIT Group City of Oklahoma City Claimetrics Cleveland County Workforce Investment Board

Comerica Bank CompSource Oklahoma ConocoPhillips Consolidated Electrical Distributors Consolidated Graphics Constellation Energy Commodities Group Contemporary Services Corporation Countrywide Financial Corporation Cox Communications Crane Worldwide Logistics Dallas Police Department Dal-Tile Corporation Data-Tronics Corporation DaySpring Behavioral Health Services Defense Information Systems Agency Dell Incorporated Deloitte Consulting Department of Army Department of Environmental Quality Department of Homeland Security Department of Veterans Affairs Devon Energy Dillard’s Incorporated Dillingham Benefits Dollar General Drug Enforcement Administration E & J Gallo Winery ECI of Special Care & Career Services EDGE Tech Corp. Edward Jones Investments Eli Lilly and Company Enterprise Financial Group Enterprise Products Partners Enterprise Rent A Car Environmental Resources Management Ethos Group ExcelaCom Express Personnel Services Eye Care Centers of America Farmers Insurance Group Farmers Insurance Group-HelpPoint Fastenal Federal Aviation Administration Federal Bureau of Investigation Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Federal Highway Administration Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Federated Insurance FedEx Freight Ferguson, a Wolseley Company Fidelity Investments Fife Corporation Financial Management PALACE Acquire Program First Investors Corporation Fiserv FlightSafety International Simulation Systems Division Forex Capital Markets Fossil Incorporated Frito Lay Sales Ft. Worth Police Department Garrett & Company Resources LLC GDH Consulting Geico Inc. General Mills Gerdau Ameristeel Girl Scouts-Red Lands Council Glazer’s Distribution Goldman Sachs Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company Grand River Dam Authority Greater OKC Chamber Education & Workforce Division Halliburton Hallmark Cards Incorporated Hawker Beechcraft Corporation Hertz Corporation Hewlett Packard Hilti Inc Hitachi Consulting Hitachi Global Storage Technologies Holcim Inc USIBM INCEED Insight Global INTEGRIS Health Internal Revenue Service ISNetworld John Hancock Financial Network JP Morgan Chase Keller Williams Realty KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) Koch Industries KONE Incorporated


Kraft Foods Lake Dallas Independent School District Liberty Mutual Group Logistics Love’s Country Stores M.H. Chew & Associates Inc (CAI) Marketing Werks MassMutual Financial Group Medi-Dyn, Incorporated Mental Health & Substance Abuse Centers of Southern OK Merck & Co., Inc. Mercy Health Center Merit Energy Metlife Financial Services MidFirst Bank Mohr Partners Real Estate Momentum Worldwide National Instruments Nationstar Mortgage New York Life North Texas Teacher Job Network Northwestern Mutual NSWC Port Hueneme Office Max Office of Personnel Management OGE Energy Corp Oklahoma City Police Department Oklahoma Department of Corrections Oklahoma Department of Veteran Affairs Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company Oklahoma Highway Patrol Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation Oklahoma Office Systems Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs Oklahoma Tax Commission Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department ONEOK ONEsite OppenheimerFunds Otis Elevator Company Paycom Peace Corps Penloyd, LLC Perot Systems Corporation

Petra Industries Pinnacle Security Plains All American Poly-America, LP Premier Advisors Group Principal Technologies Progressive Insurance Protiviti Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & IMF Quad Graphics RAE Corporation RealPage, Inc Red Rock Behavioral Health Services Region 9 Education Service Center Republic National Distributing Company Ryder System S.P. Richards SAFY of Oklahoma City SAIC SOSSO Houston Sartain Fischbein & Co, CPA’s Saville Dodgen & Company, PA Securian Advisors MidAmerica Sedgwick County Area Education Services Sendero Business Services Service King Collision Repair Centers Sewell Automotive Companies Shell Oil Company Sherman Independent School District Sherwin Williams Social Security Administration Software Development Technologies Southwest Research Institute Southwestern Company Spirit AeroSystems Standard Aero Stanley Associates State Farm Insurance State of OK Department of Human Services State of OK Southern Oklahoma Resource Center Stryker Communications Sun Life Financial Sunoco Target Tecton Energy LLC

Texas Wasatch Group The Hartford Financial Services Tinker Federal Credit Union TME Incorporated T-Mobile USA, Inc. Tradehome Shoe Tulsa Metro Chamber Tulsa Police Training Center TWG Insurance U.S. Army U.S. Army Healthcare Recruiting U.S. Border Patrol U.S. Cellular U.S. Department of State U.S. General Services Administration U.S. Navy Officer Programs Union Pacific Railroad United American Insurance Company United Parcel Service Unum Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City Urban Warfare Analysis Center USAF Civilian Careers Randolph AFB UTC Horse/Livestock Group Vector Marketing Corporation Victoria’s Secret Walgreens Wal-Mart Stores Weatherford International Wells Fargo Financial West Business Services Western Farmers Electric Cooperative Whitley Penn WhizResources Williams Companies Wolseley Xerox


Programs & Presentations Presentations & Workshops Career Services offers workshops to help prepare students for their post-graduation plans, including both full-time employment and/or graduate school. Seventy-seven workshops were offered throughout the semester and were presented by Career Services staff and/or guest speakers. Workshops covered a variety of topics including Resume Writing, Interviewing Skills, How to Find and Make the Most of an Internship, and many more helpful aspects of the job search process. A total of 2,178 University of Oklahoma students attended presentations/workshops during the 2011-2012 academic year.


Career Planning CAS 4091 Career Planning Class Career Services continued to teach “CAS 4091 - Career Planning for Arts & Sciences Students� in the 2011-2012 academic year. The course gives students an overview of the job search process, including self-assessment of individual qualifications, interests and goals, resume development, letter writing and the interviewing process. Also, the course allows students to explore career opportunities beyond graduation, develop a strategy for the job search process, and improve job search techniques. Students highly benefit from CAS 4091 and enrollment for the class continues strong. The course is a one-credit hour class that meets 3 times per week for a total of 6 weeks. Additionally, two sections of the course are offered in both the fall and spring semesters. Below is a chart outlining course enrollment since the 2005-06 academic year. The numbers represent the total enrollment for all sections of the class combined for each academic year.


Price College of Business 2011/12

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Activites Overview • Maintained the College of Business Online Resume Book • Met with business students throughout each semester to help with job search, resume writing, interviewing skills, and other career-related issues • Conducted numerous mock interviews with business students to better prepare them for real interviews • Spoke to 35 classes with 3,423 students during the first week of each semester to educate students about Career Services • Surveyed Capstone classes, gathering post-graduation information from 455 graduating seniors • Consistently updated bulletin boards with information regarding career fairs, on-campus interviews, recruiting, career planning workshops, and career and internship opportunities • Presented information about Career Services and other career planning topics to various student organizations including: o MBA Prelude Week (dining etiquette), Beta Alpha Psi, B AD 2091 (digital identity and dining etiquette), JCPenney Leadership Program • Attended the MIS Banquet • Attended the Steed School of Accounting Board of Visitors Meeting • Represented Career Services at the Bank of Oklahoma Luncheon • Attended the Steed School of Accounting Banquet • Volunteered at the College of Business Golf Tournament • Acted as a judge in Bruzzy Westheimer Speaking Competition • Represented Career Services at Price Waterhouse Cooper’s Lunch with College of Accounting • Represented Career Services at the College of Business Honors Luncheon • Participated in LinkedIn Webinar with MBA Program • Manned a Back to Business Week table in Price Hall • Participated in the JCPenney Leadership Program Roundtable Discussion on interviewing and resume writing • Provided on-campus interview opportunities for College of Business majors in the Career Services office • Posted jobs on the HIREsooner Online Job Board and emailed students the job openings as they were posted • Shared information about workshops, career fairs and full-time and internship opportunities with students via Facebook, Twitter, the Career Services Blog and LinkedIn • Updated College of Business web page on HIREsooner.com that lists specific information for business majors • C o-taught B Ad 2091 with College of Business professors • C ompleted Career Services part of Business Week survey for the Price College of Business • Posted jobs daily to HIREsooner Job Board for full-time and internship positions for business Majors • Worked with College of Business student groups to get volunteers for the Sooner Showcase Career Fair


Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services 11-12

% Change

All Students

7,258

-12.19%

Price College of Business

2,390

+20.65%

Major

11-12

% Change

Accounting

427

+10.62%

Economics

59

-3.28%

Energy Management

435

+50.52%

Entrepreneurship

105

+22.09%

Finance

394

+30.90%

Human Resource Management

33

+6.45%

International Business

157

+8.28%

Management

116

+23.4%

Management Information Systems

169

+11.18%

Marketing

218

+5.31%

Master of Business Administration

95

-23.39%

Ph.D

1

0%

Supply Chain Management

94

+44.62%

Undecided

35

-10.26%

Total Registrants

2,390

+20.65%

Registrants by Major

NOTE: Students with multiple majors are counted in each major.


On-Campus Interviews by Major Many students participate in more than one on-campus interview. The total interview calculation reflects all interviews, which is why it is higher than the total number of Business students registered with Career Services. There were 178 companies that recruited students by conducting on-campus interviews. Major

11-12

% Change

Accounting

710

+9.4%

Economics

48

-21.31

Energy Management

822

+25.69%

Entrepreneurship

62

-3.13%

Finance

621

+13.53%

Human Resource Management

17

+112.5%

International Business

125

-8.76%

Management

67

+28.85%

Management Information Systems

238

-19.32%

Marketing

143

-27.41%

Master of Business Administration

45

-59.82%

Supply Chain Management

156

+77.27%

Total Registrants

3,054

+6.63%

NOTE: Students with multiple majors are counted in each major.


Career Fair Attendance Sooner Showcase Career Fair Sooner Showcase is one of the largest Career Fairs on campus and is mostly geared toward Business students. The Fall 2011 Sooner Showcase hosted 116 employers and 1,226 students attended. 799 of those 1,226 students were from the Price College of Business. The chart below shows the attendance broken down by major as well as the percentage change from the previous year. Major

11-12

% Change

Accounting

160

+50.94%

Economics

16

-5.89%

Energy Management

184

+18.71%

Entrepreneurship

27

+28.57%

Finance

125

-.79%

Human Resource Management

11

+37.5%

International Business

44

0%

Management

24

+4.35%

Management Information Systems

63

-16%

Marketing

72

+8.69%

Master of Business Administration

23

-58.93%

Supply Chain Management

35

+45.83%

Undecided

15

+200%

Total Registrants

799

+9.30%


OU Job Expo Major

11-12

% Change

Accounting

6

-25%

Economics

2

-33.33%

Energy Management

3

+200%

Entrepreneurship

4

-55.55%

Finance

8

+100%

Human Resource Management

2

+200%

International Business

4

0%

Management

4

-42.86%

Management Information Systems

5

-37.5%

Marketing

4

-20%

Master of Business Administration

8

+300%

Supply Chain Management

8

+166.66%

Total Registrants

58

+7.41%

Major

11-12

% Change

Accounting

28

+154.4%

Economics

4

+33.33%

Energy Management

32

-433.33%

Entrepreneurship

3

0%

Finance

32

+6.663%

Human Resource Management

3

+50%

International Business

16

+220%

Management

9

+200%

Management Information Systems

13

-40.91%

Marketing

18

+5.88%

Master of Business Administration

12

-14.29%

Supply Chain Management

6

-14.29%

Total Registrants

176

+55.75%

Spring Career Fair


Full-time Offers Full-time Offers Full-time employment information was obtained from graduates responding to a variety of surveys. Not all graduates reported salary information. The average full-time salary for a Price College of Business student was $52,612. The Southwest region of the United States accounted for 89% of total reported full-time offers. The Southwest region includes Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico.

Major

# of Offers

Minimum

Maximum Average

Accounting

87

$33,000

$90,000

$50,816

Economics

14

$30,000

$92,000

$55,757

Energy Management

77

$45,000

$94,000

$73,244

Entrepreneurship

21

$30,000

$80,000

$55,725

Finance

74

$24,000

$92,000

$54,765

Human Resource Management

8

$33,000

$62,112

$42,329

International Business

24

$35,000

$55,000

$45,656

Management

21

$30,000

$67,200

$47,365

Management Information Systems

62

$22,880

$68,000

$54,307

Marketing

37

$30,000

$94,000

$48,125

Master of Business Administration

14

$40,000

$65,000

$54,200

Supply Chain Management

27

$39,000

$60,000

$49,053

NOTE: Students with multiple majors are counted in each major.

The oil and gas industry made up 31% of all industries hiring Business graduates. General Management and Financial Accounting were the top functional areas to extend career opportunities to Business students, representing over half of the reported full-time job offers.


Top Hiring Employers ConocoPhillips

21

Ernst & Young

11

Chesapeake Energy

10

Devon Energy

10

Grant Thornton LLP

6

XTO Energy

6

Cerner Corporation

5

OneOK

5

Anadarko Petroleum

4

Axia Land Services

4

Continental Resources

4

National Oilwell Varco

4


Internship Offers Internship offer information was obtained from graduates responding to a variety of surveys. Not all graduates reported compensation information. The average compensations are reported per hour. The average internship compensation for a Price College of Business student was $22.30 per hour. The number of internship offers totaled 249 for the year 2011-2012. Major

# of Offers

Average Compensation

Accounting

37

$21.20

Economics

3

$25.50

Energy Management

76

$28.01

Entrepreneurship

5

$22.71

Finance

43

$24.35

Human Resource Management

2

--

International Business

11

$25.30

Management

8

$16.25

Management Information Systems

18

$18.95

Marketing

19

$14.93

Master of Business Administration

20

$23.33

Supply Chain Management

7

$17.31

NOTE: Students with multiple majors are counted in each major.

Top Hiring Employers Williams Companies

13

Chesapeake Energy

12

ConocoPhillips

12

Devon Energy

10

XTO Energy

10

Sandridge Energy

8

Koch Industries

6

Continental Resources 5 EnCana

5

Ernst & Young

5

JPMorgan

5

Plains All American

5

Samson

5


Mewbourne College of Earth & Energy 2011/12

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Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services 11-12

% Change

All Students

7,258

-12.19%

College of Earth & Energy

584

+6.96%

Major

11-12

% Change

Environmental Geology

1

-50%

Geological Engineering

0

-100%

Geology

28

-32%

Geophysics

14

+8%

Natural Gas Engineering

14

+40%

Petroleum Engineering

520

+11%

Petroleum Geology

7

-13%

Registrants by Major

Of the 584 students that had an active HIREsooner account with Career Services in 2011 – 2012, 535 students uploaded a resume into resume book for their respective major. This represented 92% of the Earth & Energy students that activated their accounts.


Career Fairs The Engineering Career Fair is one of the largest career fairs on campus. The 2011 Engineering Career Fair hosted 112 companies which was almost a 32% increase over the previous year. 388 of the 1445 students that attended the fair were from the College of Engineering. Below you will see a breakdown by major. There were 411 interviews conducted the day after the fair which was an almost 14% increase over the previous year. Those interviews were conducted by 22 companies.

Attendance by Major Major

Engineering Sooner Career Fair Showcase

Spring OU Job Career Fair Expo

Environmental Geology

0

1

0

0

Geology

5

2

4

1

Geophysics

4

1

2

0

Natural Gas Engineering & Management

8

0

0

0

Petroleum Engineering

368

10

84

3

Petroleum Geology

3

1

2

0

Total

388

14

92

4


On-Campus Interviews Interviews by Major Many students participate in more than one on-campus interview. The total interview calculation reflects all interviews, which is why it is different than the total number of Earth & Energy students registered with Career Services. There were 178 companies that recruited students by conducting on-campus interviews. In addition to the on-campus interviews, there were 1,357 positions (both full-time and internships) posted on the HIREsooner job board by 607 companies. Major

11-12

% Change

Geological Engineering

0

N/C

Geology

3

N/C

Geophysics

1

N/C

Managerial Energy Economics

0

N/C

Natural Gas Engineering

19

+72%

Petroleum Engineering

810

+20%

Petroleum Geology

0

-100%

Total

833

+20%


Full-time Offers Full-time Offers Full-time employment information was obtained from graduates responding to a variety of surveys. Not all graduates reported salary information. 85 companies made offers to College of Earth & Energy students. The average full-time salary for a College of Earth & Energy student was $86,492 which is a 2.3% decrease over the previous year. Major

# of Offers

Minimum

Maximum Average

Geological Engineering

--

--

--

--

Geology

1

--

--

--

Geophysics

--

--

--

--

Managerial Energy Economics

--

--

--

--

Natural Gas Engineering

--

--

--

--

Petroleum Engineering

16

$57,600

$99,996

$86,492

Petroleum Geology

--

--

--

--

NOTE: -- = no offer or salary reported

Top Hiring Employers (Alphabetical) Apache Baker Hughes Chesapeake Citation Oil Continental Resources ConocoPhillips Devon Halliburton Marathon Mewbourne Oil

College of Earth & Energy students primarily accepted jobs in the Southwest Region of the United States. This region includes Colorado, Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. The percentage for this region, 91%, remains by far the largest region that Earth & Energy students find employment.


Internship Offers Internship Offers Internship information is reported to Career Services by students self-reporting their information. 23 companies made multiple offers to College of Earth & Energy students. Internships continue to be an invaluable tool for students to gain meaningful and relevant experience. Employers continue to tell our office that internships are still one of the main things they look for on a student’s resume when reviewing candidates for a full- time position. Companies have also found that a well thought out internship program is the best tool for identifying future leadership talent. Major

# of Offers

Minimum

Maximum Average

Geological Engineering

--

--

--

--

Geology

1

--

--

--

Geophysics

1

--

--

--

Managerial Energy Economics

--

--

--

--

Natural Gas Engineering

--

--

--

--

Petroleum Engineering

21

$12/hr.

$45/hr.

$30/hr.

Petroleum Geology

--

--

--

--

NOTE: -- = no offer or salary reported

Top Hiring Employers (Alphabetical) Apache Chesapeake Energy Chevron Phillips Cimarex ConocoPhillips Denbury Resources EOG Resources Marathon Mewbourne Oil Pioneer Natural Resources Sandridge


Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education 2011/12

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Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services All Students

7,258

Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

160

Career Fair Attendance

Registrants by Major Adult & Higher Education

56

Sooner Showcase Career Fair

129

Administrative Leadership

0

MLK Multicultural Career Fair

4

Instructional Leadership

0

Teacher Job Fair

84

Instructional Psychology & Technology

0

Total Education Majors at Job Fairs

217

Education

15

Educational Psychology

0

Educational Studies

5

Facts and Numbers

Elementary Education

34

Resumes in the Education Online Resume Book

72

Foreign Language Education

1

Walk-in Advising with Career Services

39

Foundations of Education

0

Number of full-time and internship postings for Education

Language Arts Education

7

majors on the Online Job Board

391

Mathematics Education

5

Number of organizations that posted jobs for Education

236

Music Education

0

majors on the Online Job Board

Social Studies Education

6

Career Services presentations available to all students

Community Counseling

4

Science Education

7

Counseling Psychology

2

Early Childhood Education

7

Education Administration

4

School Counseling

0

Secondary Education

0

Special Education

7

Total Registrants

160

131


Statistics Full-time position/salary information submitted to Career Services Full-time employment information was obtained from graduates responding to a variety of surveys. Not all graduates reported salary information. The average full-time salary offer for a student within the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education was $34,351.04. 69

69

69

69

Major

Minimum

Maximum

Average

Early Childhood Education

31,500.00

36,000.00

33,166.67

Elementary Education

30,600.00

32,000.00

31,533.33

Language Arts Education

36,000.00

37,566.00

36,783.00

Mathematics Education

39,000.00

39,000.00

39,000.00

Music Education Education

31,600.00

46,000.00

38,974.33

Science Education

31,000.00

31,000.00

31,000.00

Special Education

30,000.00

30,000.00

30,000.00

Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education On-Campus Interviews Administrative Leadership

7

Elementary Education

4

Mathematics Education

1

Adult & High Education

5

Special Education

1

Total

18

Teacher Job Fair 2012 Statistics Student Attendance

84

Employers

25

Interviews After Career Fair

20

Number of Organizations Interviewing

5


College of Engineering 2011/12

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Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services 11-12

% Change

All Students

7,258

-12.19%

College of Engineering

1,323

-5.57%

Major

11-12

% Change

Aerospace Engineering

65

+1.56%

Architectural Engineering

30

+130.77%

Bioengineering

9

0%

Chemical Engineering

242

+5.68%

Civil Engineering

99

-18.18%

Computer Engineering

93

-16.22%

Computer Science

133

-5.00%

Electrical Engineering

145

-1.36%

Engineering

5

-28.57%

Engineering Physics

17

-19.05%

Environmental Engineering

30

+20.00%

Environmental Science

17

+13.33%

Industrial Engineering

150

-12.28%

Information Technology

0

0%

Mechanical Engineering

282

-12.92%

Tele-computing

3

0%

Undecided

2

+200%

Total

1,323

-5.57%

Registrants by Major


Career Fairs The College of Engineering Career Fair is one of the largest Career Fairs on campus. The 2011 Engineering Career Fair hosted 112 companies which was almost a 32% increase over the previous year. 931 of the 1445 students that attended the fair were from the College of Engineering. Below you will see a breakdown by major. There were 411 interviews conducted the day after the fair which was an almost 14% increase over the previous year. Those interviews were conducted by 22 companies.

Attendance by Major Major

Engineering Sooner Career Fair Showcase

Spring OU Job Career Fair Expo

Aerospace Engineering

48

5

4

0

Architectural Engineering

23

1

2

0

Bioengineering

7

3

1

0

Chemical Engineering

193

11

31

3

Civil Engineering

69

2

7

1

Computer Engineering

62

9

14

0

Computer Science

71

9

34

10

Electrical Engineering

96

5

33

3

Engineering

21

1

1

2

Engineering Physics

15

0

6

0

Environmental Engineering

23

0

2

0

Environmental Science

10

0

1

0

Industrial Engineering

87

39

31

6

Mechanical Engineering

206

10

36

4

Total

931

95

203

29


On-Campus Interviews Interviews by Major Many students participate in more than on on-campus interview. The total interview calculation reflects all interviews, which is why it is different than the total number of Engineering students registered with Career Services. There were 178 companies that recruited students by conducting on-campus interviews. In addition to the on-campus interviews, there were 1,357 positions (both full-time and internships) posted on the HIREsooner job board by 607 companies. Major

11-12

% Change

Aerospace Engineering

15

+87.50%

Architectural Engineering

4

+300.00%

Bioengineering

1

-66.67%

Chemical Engineering

314

+32.49%

Civil Engineering

45

+181.25%

Computer Engineering

79

+25.40%

Computer Science

94

-7.84%

Electrical Engineering

116

+30.34%

Engineering

2

-91.67%

Engineering Physics

0

-100.00%

Environmental Engineering

20

+33.33%

Environmental Science

14

+40.00%

Industrial Engineering

176

+11.39%

Information Technology

6

--

Mechanical Engineering

380

+17.28%

Tele-computing

0

--

Undecided

0

--

Total

1,266

+19.66%


Full-time Offers Full-time Offers Full-time employment information was obtained from graduates responding to a variety of surveys. Not all graduates reported salary information. 100 companies made offers to College of Engineering students. The average full-time salary for a College of Engineering student was $62,357 which is a 3.5% increase over the previous year. Major

# of Offers

Minimum

Maximum

Average

Aerospace Engineering

5

$55,000.00

$71,000.00

$61,800.00

Architectural Engineering

3

$50,000.00

$72,000.00

$57,333.33

Chemical Engineering

23

$35,000.00

$96,000.00

$72,695.60

Civil Engineering

11

$38,000.00

$72,000.00

$54,272.73

Computer Engineering

17

$35,000.00

$78,000.00

$59,166.67

Computer Science

5

$45,000.00

$90,000.00

$63,000.00

Electrical Engineering

12

$48,100.00

$93,000.00

$64,425.00

Engineering Physics

2

$55,000.00

$58,000.00

$56,500.00

Environmental Engineering

1

$73,000.00

$73,000.00

$73,000.00

Industrial Engineering

13

$50,000.00

$95,000.00

$61,945.45

Mechanical Engineering

29

$38,500.00

$87,000.00

$61,719.61

Top Hiring Firms Baker Hughes

ExxonMobil

Raytheon

Black & Veatch

FMC Technologies

Schlumberger

Boeing

Halliburton

Star Building Systems

BP

Hitachi

Tinker Air Force Base

Cerner

L3 Communications

ConocoPhillips

National Instruments

NOTE: list is in alphabetical order


College of Engineering students primarily accepted jobs in the Southwest Region of the United States. This region includes Colorado, Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. The percentage for this region, 77%, although large has seen a slight decrease over the past couple of years.

Engineering students primarily accepted jobs in various industries. Engineering services made up the largest percentage. Petroleum made up the second largest industry.


Internship Offers Internship Offers Internship information is reported to Career Services by students self-reporting their information. 28 companies made multiple offers to College of Engineering students. Internships continue to be an invaluable tool for students to gain meaningful and relevant experience. Employers continue to tell our office that internships are still one of the main things they look for on a student’s resume when reviewing candidates for a full- time position. Companies have also found that a well thought out internship program is the best tool for identifying future leadership talent. Major

# of Offers

Minimum

Maximum Average

Chemical Engineering

8

$17.50

$35.00

$27.76

Civil Engineering

1

$13.00

$13.00

$13.00

Computer Engineering

2

$17.00

$17.00

$17.00

Computer Science

2

$12.00

$12.00

$12.00

Electrical Engineering

1

$46.00

$46.00

$46.00

Industrial Engineering

3

$21.89

$22.00

$21.95

Mechanical Engineering

4

$31.18

$41.00

$35.06

Top Hiring Firms BP

Encana

Chesapeake Energy

Halliburton

Chevron Phillips

ONEOK

ConocoPhillips

Sandridge

NOTE: list is in alphabetical order


Gaylord College of Journalism & Mass Communication 2011/12

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Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services All Students

7,258

Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

568

Registrants by Major

Career Fair Attendance

Advertising

142

Sooner Showcase Career Fair

26

Broadcasting & Electronic Media

75

MLK Multicultural Career Fair

9

Journalism & Mass Communication

129

JMC Career & Internship Fair

242

Professional Writing

37

OU Job Expo

10

Public Relations

185

Total Registrants

568

Total JMC Students at Career Fairs

287

Facts and Numbers Resumes in the Journalism Online Resume Books

286

JMC students that attended Walk-in career advising with Career Services

97

Number of organizations that posted job openings for JMC majors on HIRESooner Online Job Board

521

Number of internships and full-time positions posted on the Online Job Board for JMC majors

920

Career Services presentations available to all students

131

Career Services presentations designed especially for JMC students and classes

8

Specific presentations for Gaylord classes and student organizations (reached over 300

26

students)


Internship Statistics OU Career Services offers students the opportunity to gain academic credit for their internships or co-ops through the class CAS 4630. In this class, students may acquire 1-3 hours of credit depending on the number of hours they work during their internship. Each student who participates in the class works very closely with the Career Services Internship Coordinator, Mary Delaney and is required to complete weekly materials including journals. Each student also writes a final report about their internship experience and what they have learned. The numbers below indicate that the Gaylord College of Journalism & Mass Communication students are taking advantage of the class for course credit.

Participation of JMC students in Career Services Internship Class by year

JMC students participating in Career Services Class in 11/12 by Major

08/09 61 09/10 46 10/11 81 11/12 69

Where JMC majors interned during CAS 4630 in 2011-12 Oklahoma City Thunder

Griffin Communications

Brothers & Co

Monarch Marketing

American Red Cross

Children’s Miracle Network

Oklahoma Today Magazine

Clear Channel Radio

Schnake Turnbo Frank PR

Ackermann McQueen

Vogue

Moroch

KFOR-TV Channel 4

The Brides of Oklahoma

Make a Wish Foundation

Tate Publishing

Publicis

Rex Public Relations

St. Jude Children’s Research

BraveMatters

Sports Talk 1400

Hospital

Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art

Golin Harris International


Programs & Presentations Made classroom announcements in approximately

Provided 8 specific workshops to Gaylord College on

12 classes at the beginning of each semester to

resume writing, internships, networking, and

promote upcoming career fairs, workshops,

interviewing advice.

on-campus interviews, and other Career Services events.

Worked with Gaylord College faculty and staff to recruit 54 employers to attend the 2011 JMC Career

Met with JMC students throughout each semester

& Internship Fair.

to help with job search, resume writing, interviewing skills, etc.

Presented on “Writing a Winning Resume” to the OU Society of Professional Journalists.

Spoke to Lindsey & Asp Ad agency about Career Services, hiring trends, resume writing, and the job

Presented to 21 classes and student organizations

search process.

regarding Career Services, resume writing, professional job search, and internships.

Presented/hosted workshops on various topics including “Professional Dress,” “Interviewing,” “How to Find an Internship,” “Cracking the Hidden Job Market”, “How to Write a Winning Resume.” Participated and set up an informational booth for the Fall and Spring JMC Welcome Back Week. Worked with Gaylord College faculty, staff, and students in planning, publicizing, and hosting the JMC Career & Internship Fair. Surveyed 10 classes /220 students regarding their plans after graduation. Met with Saxum PR agency to discuss internship programs and recruitment.


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