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Executive Summary 2012/13

The University of Oklahoma Career Services Executive Summaries by College


Table of Contents College of Arts & Sciences.................................................................. 4 Price College of Business.................................................................... 17 Mewbourne College of Earth & Energy.............................................. 26 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education........................................... 32 College of Engineering......................................................................... 35 College of International Studies.......................................................... 42 Gaylord College of Journalism & Mass Communication............... 45

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

Mary Delaney, Senior Assistant Director

bscott@ou.edu

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

Robin Huston, Associate Director Employer Relations

Lizzy Teeters, Assistant Director

rhuston@ou.edu

Business eteeters@ou.edu

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

Sabrina DuFran, Assistant Director

Atmospheric & Geographic Sciences, Aviation

Education, International Studies, Fine Arts,

rdubler@ou.edu

Journalism and Mass Communication sabrina@ou.edu


College of Arts & Sciences 2012/13

The University of Oklahoma Career Services Executive Summaries by College


Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services All Students College of A&S

7,101 1,684

Major African & African-American Studies Anthropology Arts & Science Planned Program/Undecided Astronomy/Astrophysics Biochemistry Botany Chemistry Chemistry/Biochemistry Chinese Classics Communication Economics English European Studies Film and Video Studies French German Health and Exercise Science History/History of Science Human Relations Information Studies Letters Library & Information Studies Linguistics Mathematics Microbiology Multidisciplinary Studies Native American Studies Philosophy/Ethics and Religion Physics Political Science Psychology Public Administration - MPA Public Affairs & Administration Religious Studies Russian Social Work Sociology Sociology-Criminology Spanish Special Program Women’s Studies Zoology/ Zoology - Biomedical Sciences Total (Includes double majors)

2011-2012 2012-2013 8 2 38 32 27 26 8 7 52 53 7 8 28 25 25 34 10 7 6 5 166 136 61 49 59 47 7 9 41 26 11 11 3 6 94 78 57 51 205 152 15 14 29 28 13 15 8 11 47 48 66 64 259 223 7 8 11 13 13 16 78 74 98 124 25 13 8 8 2 4 1 4 25 28 47 41 53 54 18 37 1 1 1 2 51 74 1,789 1,667


Facts & Numbers Facts and Numbers Resumes in the Arts & Sciences Online Resume Books

762

A&S students that attended Walk-in career advising with Career Services

446

No. of organizations that posted job openings for A&S majors on HIRESooner Online Job Board

1,047

No. of Internships and full-time positions posted on the Online Job Board for A&S majors

2.317

Career Services presentations available to all students

118

No. of students that attended Career Services presentations available to all students

1,508

Career Fair Attendance A&S Students

All Students

Employers

Sooner Showcase Career Fair

185

1,164

118

Spring Career Fair

240

972

98

OU Job Expo

53

92

43

Total

478

2,228

259

Career Services Overall Statistics Resumes Sent to Employers Job Postings to HIREsooner Job Board No. of Employers Posting Jobs Student Logins to HIREsooner Employer Logins to HIREsooner No. of Employers Viewing Resumes No. of Student Interviews by Major Total Interviews No. of Employers in HIREsooner

39,881 4,967 1,738 119,891 15,007 6,654 9,580 5,588 8,396


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 1-6 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 an Assistant Director in the Career Services office and is required to complete weekly materials including journals. Each student also writes a report about their internship experience and what they have learned. The numbers below indicate the enrollment of students in this class.

Enrollment in CAS 4630 10/11 11/12 12/13

173 231

220

Where students interned in CAS 4630 in 2012-13 American Conservative Union American Fidelity Assurance Anytime Fitness Athletic Republic Edmond Atlantic Aviation Bethel Baptist Church Big Brothers Big Sisters Box Talent Agency Bricktown Association Camp Lurecrest Casady High School CBS Radio Center for Children and Families Coca-Cola Community After School Program deadCENTER Film Festival Digital audio visual Intercultural Documentation at UNISI Disney College Program EMSA ESPNLA Fruit of the Earth Inc. Innervisions International Student Volunteers JourneyChurch.tv

KOKH FOX 25 LOVE146 Lowes Make-A-Wish Oklahoma Mario Sinacola & Sons Excavating Mary Kay Michael Whittaker Music Nanny Internship NASA--Johnson Space Center News 9 Noble Pharmacy Norman Chamber of Commerce Norman Music Festival Congressman James Lankford Oklahoma City Thunder OK Department of Environmental Quality Oklahoma Farm Bureau Fed. Oklahoma Innocence Project Oklahoma State Legislature Oklahoma Women's Coalition Open Arms Clinic OU HSC Department of Physiology

Poppy Lane Design Premier PR Premier Properties of Ada Rex Public Relations Salient Innovations Second Baptist Church Shawnee YMCA Sky Ranch Summer Camp Southwest Airlines Sprint Nextel Stein Ancillary Services LLC Student Media Target TBK materials The Dental Spa Travel Film Productions, LLC University of Oklahoma University of Oklahoma Athletics US Marshals Service Verizon Wireless Walgreens Pharmacy Wal-Mart Pharmacy WFAA Channel 8 Young Life


Career Planning Class CAS 4091 Career Planning Class Career Services teaches four sections of CAS 4091 - Career Planning for A&S Majors each year. The class 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.


On-Campus Interviews On-Campus Interviews for A&S Majors There were 210 on-campus interviews of Arts & Sciences majors in the fall of 2012 and spring of 2013 by companies who included Arts & Sciences in their desired majors. The following shows how many of each major participated in on-campus interviewing.

Arts & Science Planned Program

12

Chemistry/Biochemistry

1

Biochemistry

1

Chemistry

5

Communication

15

Economics

39

English

1

French

1

Health and Exercise Science

2

History

5

Human Relations

39

Letters

12

Mathematics

22

Multidisciplinary Studies

13

Physics

3

Political Science

2

Psychology

12

Public Administration - MPA

2

Public Affairs & Administration

3

Sociology

4

Spanish

11

Zoology - Biomedical Sciences

1

Total

210


On-Campus Interviews On-Campus Interviews for A&S Majors The following organizations conducted interviews with Arts & Sciences majors during the 2012-2013 academic year. ABF Freight System Inc

JP Morgan Chase

ALDI INC

Koch Industries Inc

AT&T

Kraft Foods

Baker Hughes Inc

Maui Jim, Inc.

Bank of Oklahoma

MetLife Group Insurance Sales

BP America

MidFirst Bank

Buckle

National Dealer Alliance Group

Carpet Direct Limited

National Instruments

CGI

National Oilwell Varco

Chevron Upstream & Gas, a division of Chevron USA Inc

Northwestern Mutual

Cintas Corp

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network

ConocoPhillips

Pariveda Solutions

Consolidated Electrical Distributors

Phillips 66

Continental Resources Inc

Premier Advisors Group

Dillard’s Inc

Raytheon

E&J Gallo Winery

Ross Stores Inc

Enterprise Rent A Car

Schlumberger Technology Corporation

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

Sendero

Ferguson

Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes

Fujitsu Network Communications Inc

Sherwin-Williams Company

Glazer’s

Stryker Communications

Halliburton

TEKsystems Inc

Hitachi Consulting

Union Pacific Railroad

Insight Global Inc

Unum

ISNetworld

Walmart Information Systems Division

John Hancock Financial Network

Williams


Job Postings to Online Job Board Organizations Posting Jobs for A&S Majors The following organizations posted jobs on the HIREsooner job board for Arts & Sciences majors: 3 Interactive A Winston Services Abercrombie & Fitch ABF Freight System Inc. Acosta Sales & Marketing Addison Group ADFITECH ADP (Automatic Data Processing) Advanced Academics Inc. Aisle50 Allergan American Airlines Inc. American Fidelity Assurance Co. AmeriCorps NCCC Ameson Education & Cultural Exchange Foundation Anjaneyap Inc. Aria Arts Council of Oklahoma City Arvest Bank AT&T Atlantic Aviation Atomic Design & Consulting Baker Hughes Inc. Bank of Oklahoma Bear Transportation Services Bluegreen Vacations Blueprint Schools Network BOK Center Borets Weatherford International BP America Brewer Science BrightEdge Technology Bristow High School Buckle Burtch Works Candid Career LLC Cavett Kids Foundation

Cbeyond Center for Employment Opport. Cerner Corporation CGI Communications Inc. CH Robinson Chance Insurance Agency Chemsearch Chevron Upstream & Gas China Internship Solutions Corp. Cindy K. Nashert Ins. Agency Inc. Citelighter City of Elk City City of Yukon Parks & Recreation Clear Channel Radio Colvin Resources Group Compass PHS Conexus ConocoPhillips Constien and Associates Continental Resources Inc. Core Laboratories Corporate Search Partners Coventry Health & Life Insurance Covidien Cox Communications Cox Radio Inc. CRCC Asia LLC CSAA Insurance Group Dealertrack Technologies Deloitte Consulting Devon Energy Digital IT DNL Law Associates DRD Technology Drewry Broadcasting Ecalix Inc. Echo Global Logistics Education Pioneers

Edward Jones Investments Egen Solutions Inc. Enacomm Entercom Denver LLC Enterprise Electronics Corporation Epic Health Services Ericsson Inc. ESL HitchHiker Evantage Inc. Farmers Insurance Federal Reserve Bank of K. C. Fenox Venture Capital Ferguson Fidelity Investments First Advantage First Bank & Trust Co First Financial Network, Inc. FIS Global Fit For Her Five Hour Energy Fleishman-Hillard Forex Capital Markets (FXCM) LLC Frontier City / White Water Bay Fujitsu Network Communications Fundraising Management Group fuseGap Garmin International GCC Mid-Continent Concrete GE Aviation Glazer’s Graduate Marketing Inc. Great Plains Improvement Found. Child Support Enforcement Office Dallas Hispanic Chamber Grocery Manufacturers Association Guymon Public Schools Halliburton Hallman & Associates PC


Job Postings to Online Job Board Hamilton Center HD Supply Health Engineering Systems Hershey Company Hillary Machinery LLC Hilti Inc. Hitachi Consulting Homecare Homebase Honest Tea IBM Ignite Media Illinois Junior Golf Association IMG Financial Group Inc. Insight Global Inc. InterKrest Inc. Intl. Foundation for Election Systems International Game Technology InternChina InternsLink Recruiting Ltd. IQ Office Products Irish Realty Corporation ISNetworld Jobbook Johns Manville Journal Broadcast Group JRMB II, Inc. Kaw Nation of Oklahoma KeyBridge Technologies Inc. Knowledge Drive Koch Industries Inc. KOCO-TV KOKH Fox 25 /KOCB CW 34 KTEN-TV, Lockwood Broadcast KXII - TV Channel 12 Labatt Food Service Late Show with David Letterman Laureate Psychiatric Clinic/ Hospital Levenson & Hill Advertising Lifeshare Transplant Donor Services

Lights All Night Little Axe Public Schools M & N Holdings, LLC Magellan Midstream Partners LP Making an Impact Counseling Serv. MAP Martin Financial Group Martin Management Inc. Marucci Sports Master Halco Match Education McAlester Regional Health Center McCubbin Hosiery McMahon Marketing Medical College of Wisconsin Medix Staffing Solutions MetLife Group Insurance Sales Michael A. Risley, Attorney Microsoft MidFirst Bank MillenniumSoft Inc. Mission Generation Mortgage Contracting Services Multiview Mustang Brewing Company National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders National Instruments National Multiple Sclerosis Society National Oilwell Varco National Park Service, Rocky Mt. Nationstar Mortgage Nestle Purina PetCare Company New Mexico Junior College New Western Acquisitions NexPort Solutions Nexus Productions Inc. Noble Systems Corp Norman Music Festival

Northwestern Mutual - Dallas Novotus, LLC Oak Tree Counseling Services Office of the Governor OHFA Oklahoma Housing Agency Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Oklahoma City Thunder OK Department of Human Services OK Dept. of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services OK Department of Public Safety OK Dept. of Wildlife Conservation Oklahoma Electric Cooperative Oklahoma Lottery OMRF OK State Department of Health OK State Regents for Higher Ed. Oklahoma State Senate Optim Oncology Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt OrgSync OrionNet Systems, LLC Oseberg Oxbow Calcining LLC Pariveda Solutions Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma PAYCHEX Pearson Public Affairs Group Pennwell Corporation Penske Truck Leasing Petra “Your Accessory Source” Phillips 66 PLS Logistics Services Power Costs Inc. (PCI) Premier Advisors Group Primerica Professional Outlook, Inc. Quik Print of Tulsa Radford University Radpayor Inc.


Job Postings to Online Job Board Raytheon Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma Renaissance OKC Hotel & Spa Resources Global Professionals Rize Technology Corporation Rose State College Ross Stores Inc. Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation SandRidge Energy Santa Monica Community College Saxum Senator Tom Coburn Seven Marketing Group Sherwin-Williams Company Shiloh Summer Camp Smart Start Central Oklahoma Social Security Administration Software Catalysts.com Sony Music Entertainment Southwest Ed. Devel. Corp. (SEDL) Southwest Research Institute Spherexx.com Sport Street Inc. SprinkleBit.com St Anthony Hospital St. Thomas University Parish State of Oklahoma Stone Ward Summercrest Inc. T.E.A.M. Teach Kentucky TEKsystems Inc. Teleflora The Boston Consulting Group The Campus Special The Center for Public Management The Children’s Center Rehab. Hospital The Dershowitz Group

The The The The The The The The The The

Faith Collection, Inc. Forest Group Houston Jackson Group Journal Record Legis. Report Mergis Group Norman Weekender Oklahoma Blood Institute PrInceton Review Reeds Public Relations Corp. Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press Therapy In Motion Tinker Air Force Base Civilian Employment TMW Systems Tomcat Aviation TOPS Software Corporation Townsquare Media Tradehome Shoe TransPerfect Translations Trinity Industries Inc. Tuesday Morning Inc. Tulsa Health Department Tulsa Police Department Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge TWG Insurance Tyler Media Uline Unilever Union Pacific Railroad Univ of OK Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth Univ. of OK Technology Develop. Univ. of OK President’s Associates Unum US Department of State US District Court, Southern District of Iowa Vanguard Resources, Inc. Vanity Retail Stores

Vector Marketing Corporation Vensoft Inc.


Programs & Activities for A&S Made classroom announcements in approximately 15

Conducted numerous mock interviews to better

classes at the beginning of each semester to promote

prepare students for all the situations that surround

upcoming career fairs, workshops, on-campus

an interview.

interviews, and other Career Services events. Taught CAS 4091, Career Planning Class to Arts & Posted jobs daily for internship and full-time positions

Sciences majors twice each semester. Brought in

for A&S majors. Students who had an active

guest speakers from various industries to talk to

HIREsooner account received an email each time a job

students and present lectures on various aspects of

was posted that requested their major.

the job search process. Conducted mock interviews and personal resume critiques with each student.

Maintained the A&S Online Resume Book. Facilitated academic credit for 119 students through Met with A&S students throughout each semester to

CAS 4630 and CAS 3901 for internships and co-ops.

help with job search, resume writing, interviewing skills,

Consistently entered salary offers and accepts into

etc.

database to organize internship and full-time offers and accepts from Arts & Sciences students.

Developed specialized job search workshops for A&S majors and publicized and presented them throughout

Built stronger relationships with College of Arts &

the year.

Sciences faculty and staff by being in classrooms; consistently updating faculty and staff on upcoming

Presented/hosted workshops on various topics

events and job openings for students, and speaking to

including “Professional Dress,” “Interviewing,” “Dining

clubs and organizations.

Etiquette,” “How to Find a Job in a Tough Economy”. Worked with student Advisers to ensure they know Attended and spoke at College of Arts & Sciences

what Career Services has available and how to utilize

Recruiter Day and visited with organizations looking to

those services.

hire or offer internships to A&S students. Held the sixth OU Job Expo Career Fair late in the Spoke to approximaely 30 classes / 893 students about

Spring semester. This Career Fair was directed

Career Services.

towards A&S students and employers seeking students for positions in corporate, government,

Surveyed 9,137 classes regarding their plans after

non-profit, social services, and education.

graduation.


Final Destination of Graduates Final Destination Survey We heard from 227 A&S graduates in the 2012-2013 academic year about their plans after graduation. Here is the breakdown of what those students are doing: Attending Graduate School: 167 Received and accepted a full-time position: 52 Indicated they were postponing job search: 8 *Please remember, this is self-reported data and does not reflect all of the graduates. Arts & Sciences students completed an internship, are attending graduate school or accepted a job in nineteen different states. We heard from 5 students who reported living or working outside of the United States

Full-time Salary Offers The following starting salary data was self-reported by students after they graduate. Major Arts & Sci Planned Program Chemistry Chinese Communication Economics English History Human Relations Letters Linguistics Mathematics Microbiology Multidisciplinary Studies Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Social Work Sociology Sociology-Criminology

Average Starting Salary $ 46,000 $ 31,200 $ 31,000 $ 33,500 $ 61,800 $ 40,000 $ 37,500 $ 36,800 $ 40,000 $ 36,000 $ 77,266 $ 27,000 $ 40,664 $ 28,000 $ 40,000 $ 25,725 $ 32,000 $ 25,500 $ 20,000 $ 31,476


Who Hired A&S Graduates Students reported that they had accepted position after graduation with the following organizations: Accruent

Fruit of the Earth

Peace Corp

Accurate Environmental Labs

Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma

Phillips 66

ACIPCO

Halliburton Energy Services

Power Costs, Inc.

AIPAC-American Israel Public

Hewlett Packard

Preschool at Slomin Family Center

Affairs Comm.

Hibu

for Autism and Related

Allergy Laboratories, Inc.

JET Programme

Disabilities

AT & T

KMS Ventures, Inc.

Pure Food and Wine

BCS Inc.

Kuehne & Nagel

Raising Cane's

Bethany Home Health Services

Marriott

Realpage

Bryan Stratton, PC

Microsoft

Rockwater Energy

Camp Wellsprings

National Cash Registry

St. Anthony's Hospital

Canadian County DHS

NFL

Swift Worldwide

NPF/USA Softball

Target

NYSA Soccer Program

Teach for America

Chaparral

OK Dept. of Human Services

TEEM (The Education and

Chesapeake Energy

OK Dept. of Mental Health &

Employment Ministry)

Cardinal Engineering (dba Lemke Land Surveying)

Computer RX

Substance Abuse

The C.A.R.E. Center

CondeNast Pub/Lucky Magazine

OKDHS

The University of Oklahoma

Congressman Lucas

Oklahoma Cty Sherriff's Office

U.S. Army

CRU

Oklahoma Heart Hospital

U.S. Air Force

District Office of Markwayne Mullin

Oklahoma Publishing Co.

U.S. Dept. of Interior/Geol. Survey

Educational Media

Oklahoma Tax Commission

U.S. Marine Corp

Farmers Insurance

Opower

United States Marines

Frito Lay

OU Health Sciences Center

University of Pennsylvania


Price College of Business 2012/13

The University of Oklahoma Career Services Executive Summaries by College


Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services 12-13

% Change

All Students

7,101

-2.2%

Price College of Business

2,556

+6.9%

Major

12-13

% Change

Accounting

428

+0.2%

Economics

108

+83.1%

Energy Management

524

+20.5%

Entrepreneurship

131

+24.8%

Finance

432

+9.6%

Human Resource Management

38

+15.2%

International Business

190

+21.0%

Management

117

+0.9%

Management Information Systems

137

-18.9%

Marketing

229

+5.1%

Master of Accountancy

31

-40.4%

Master of Business Administration

69

-27.4%

Supply Chain Management

76

-19.2%

Undecided

46

+31.4%

Total Registrants

2,556

+6.9%

Registrants by Major

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


Facts & Numbers 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 220 companies that recruited students by conducting on-campus interviews in 2012-2013, which is an increase of 23.6% from 2011-2012. Major

12-13

% Change

Accounting

855

+20.4%

Economics

47

-2.1%

Energy Management

983

+19.6%

Entrepreneurship

90

+45.2%

Finance

608

-2.1%

Human Resource Management

15

-11.8%

International Business

171

+36.8%

Management

46

-31.31%

Management Information Systems

253

+6.3%

Marketing

147

+2.8%

Master of Accountancy

0

0%

Master of Business Administration

85

+88.9%

Supply Chain Management

140

-10.3%

Total Registrants

3,442

+12.7%

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 2012 Sooner Showcase hosted 118 employers and 1,164 students attended. 1,014 of those 1,164 students (87.1%) 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

12-13

% Change

Accounting

155

-1.9%

Economics

23

+43.8%

Energy Management

276

+50%

Entrepreneurship

32

+18.5%

Finance

172

+37.6%

Human Resource Management

14

+27.3%

International Business

70

+59.1%

Management

19

-20.8%

Management Information Systems

67

+6.3%

Marketing

72

0%

Master of Business Administration (MBA, JD, MIS, & Health Admin MS)

56

+143.5%

Risk Management

9

N/A

Supply Chain Management

41

+17.1%

Undecided

8

-46.7%

Total Registrants

1,104

+26.9%


Career Fair Attendance Spring Career Fair Major

12-13

% Change

Accounting

47

+67.9%

Economics

8

+100%

Energy Management

41

+28.1%

Entrepreneurship

13

+333.3%

Finance

16

-50%

Human Resource Management

11

+266.7%

International Business

10

-37.5%

Management

13

+44.4%

Management Information Systems

12

-7.7%

Marketing

26

+44.4%

Master of Business Administration

23

+91.7%

Supply Chain Management

10

+66.7%

Undecided (Business)

3

+300%

Total Registrants

233

+32.4%


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 $53,976. The Southwest region of the United States accounted for 87% of total reported full-time offers. The Southwest region includes Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico.

Major

# of Offers

Minimum

Maximum Average

Accounting

84

$31,500

$67,000

$51,572

Economics

7

$35,000

$70,000

$53,600

Energy Management

58

$50,000

$96,000

$72,554

Entrepreneurship

20

$33,500

$95,000

$54,282

Finance

66

$32,000

$96,000

$56,681

Human Resource Management

8

$28,000

$56,000

$49,200

International Business

26

$39,000

$66,000

$50,150

Management

10

$42,000

$62,000

$49,563

Management Information Systems

40

$45,000

$69,600

$55,724

Marketing

42

$30,000

$67,500

$47,513

Supply Chain Management

29

$30,000

$70,000

$52,900

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


Full-Time Offers Top Hiring Employers ConocoPhillips

24

Ernst & Young

10

Oxy Inc.

9

Devon Energy

7

Protiviti

7

Target

7

XTO

7

Grant Thornton

6

OneOK

6

Cerner

5

Glazer’s

5

SandRidge Energy

5

Southwestern Energy

4

JP Morgan

4

Samson Resources

4

The oil and gas industry made up 37% of all industries hiring business graduates. Financial Accounting and General Management were the top functional areas that business students found opportunities in, representing over half of the reported full-time job offers.


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 $20.66 per hour. The number of internship offers totaled 165 for the year 2012-2013.

Major

# of Offers

Average Compensation

Accounting

30

$21.54

Economics

2

$22.50

Energy Management

50

$29.27

Entrepreneurship

7

$21.20

Finance

26

$24.08

Human Resource Management

4

$15.66

International Business

6

$22.80

Management

5

$21.58

Management Information Systems

21

$22.30

Marketing

5

$12.00

Supply Chain Management

9

$14.40

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

Top Hiring Employers ConocoPhillips

9

Deloitte LLP

8

Devon Energy

8

Phillips 66

8

BP

5

XTO

5

Chesapeake Energy

4

Protiviti

4

Chaparral

3

Grant Thornton

3

KPMG

3

LINN Energy

3


Activities 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 25 classes with 1,975 students during the first week of each semester to educate students about Career Services • Surveyed Capstone classes, gathering post-graduation information from 450 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) o Beta Alpha Psi o B AD 2091 (resume writing and dining etiquette) o 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 • 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 webpage on HIREsooner.com that lists specific information for business majors • Co-taught B Ad 2091 with College of Business professors • Completed 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


Mewbourne College of Earth & Energy 2012/13

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Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services 11-12

12-13

% Change

All Students

7,258

7,101

-2.16%

College of Earth & Energy

584

750

+28.42%

Major

11-12

12-13

% Change

Environmental Geology

1

3

+200%

Geological Engineering

0

1

+100%

Geology

28

35

+35%

Geophysics

14

19

+36%

Natural Gas Engineering

14

15

+7%

Petroleum Engineering

520

667

+28%

Petroleum Geology

7

10

-43%

Registrants by Major

Of the 750 students that had an active HIREsooner account with Career Services in 2012 – 2013, 635 students uploaded a resume into resume book for their respective major. This represented 85% of the Earth & Energy students that activated their accounts.


Career Fairs The College of Engineering Career Fair is one of the largest Career Fairs on campus. The 2012 Engineering Career Fair hosted 127 companies which was almost a 14% increase over the previous year. 466 of the 1,489 students that attended the fair were from the College of Engineering. Below you will see a breakdown by major. There were 592 interviews conducted the day after the fair which was an almost 44% increase over the previous year. Those interviews were conducted by 76 companies a 245% increase over the previous year.

Attendance by Major Major

Engineering Sooner Career Fair Showcase

Spring Career Fair

Environmental Geology

2

1

0

Geological Engineering

1

0

0

Geology

12

0

12

Geophysics

5

0

5

Natural Gas Engineering & Management

12

2

7

Petroleum Engineering

431

5

120

Petroleum Geology

3

0

0

Total

466

8

144


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 220 companies that recruited students by conducting on-campus interviews; this is almost a 24% increase over last year. In addition to the on-campus interviews, there were 4,967 positions (both full-time and internships) posted on the HIREsooner job board by 1738 companies. Major

11-12

12-13

% Change

Geological Engineering

0

2

+200%

Geology

3

8

+167%

Geophysics

1

2

+100%

Natural Gas Engineering

19

17

-11%

Petroleum Engineering

810

855

+6%

Petroleum Geology

0

4

+400%

Total

833

888

+7%


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

Minimum

Maximum Average

Geological Engineering

--

--

--

Geology

$110,000

$110,000

$110,000

Geophysics

--

--

--

Managerial Energy Economics

--

--

--

Natural Gas Engineering

--

--

--

Petroleum Engineering

$58,000

$135,000

$94,327

Petroleum Geology

--

--

--

NOTE: -- = no offer or salary reported

Top Hiring Employers (Alphabetical with # of hires) Apache Corp (2) Chaparral (2) Chevron (2) ConocoPhillips (7) Continental Resources (5) Devon Energy (2) DHI Services Inc. (2) EOG Resources (2) ExxonMobil (2) Halliburton (9)

College of Earth & Energy students primarily accepted jobs in the

LINN Energy (2)

Southwest Region of the United States.

Mewbourne Oil Co (2) Saudi Aramco (9)

This region includes Colorado, Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma and

Schlumberger (2)

New Mexico. The percentage for this region, 80%, remains by far

Weatherford (7)

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. 49 companies made offers to College of Earth & Energy students, 17 made multiple offers. 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

Minimum

Maximum Average

Geological Engineering

--

--

--

Geology

$39/hr.

$39/hr.

$39/hr.

Geophysics

--

--

--

Managerial Energy Economics

--

--

--

Natural Gas Engineering

--

--

--

Petroleum Engineering

$8/hr.

$66/hr.

$33/hr.

Petroleum Geology

$37.50/hr.

$37.50/hr.

$37.50/hr.

NOTE: -- = no offer or salary reported

Top Hiring Employers (Alphabetical with # of hires) Anadarko (2)

Devon Energy (4)

Apache (9)

ic3 lab (2)

Aramco (3)

Marathon Oil (5)

BP (3)

Mewbourne Oil (2)

Chesapeake (2)

Pioneer Resources (2)

Chevron (4)

Sandridge (4)

Cimarex (2)

Shell (2)

ConocoPhillips (2)

Slawson Exploration (2)

Continental Resources (2)


Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education 2012/13

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Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services All Students

7,101

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 gradu- ates reported salary information. The average full-time salary offer for a student within the Jeannine Rainbolt Col- lege of Education was $35,575.67. 69

69

69

69

Major

Minimum

Maximum

Average

Early Childhood Education

32,100.00

32,100.00

32,100.00

Elementary Education

27,000.00

52,000.00

36,311.00

Language Arts Education

37,000.00

37,000.00

37,000.00

Mathematics Education

30,743.00

30,743.00

30,743.00

Music Education Education

46,600.00

46,600.00

46,600.00

Special Education

30,000.00

32,600.00

31,300.00

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

61

Employers

27

Interviews After Career Fair

26

Number of Organizations Interviewing

7


College of Engineering 2012/13

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Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services 11-12

12-13

% Change

All Students

7,258

7,101

-2.16%

College of Engineering

1,323

1,391

+5.78%

Major

11-12

12-13

% Change

Aerospace Engineering

65

75

+15.38%

Architectural Engineering

30

35

+16.67%

Bioengineering

9

5

-44.44%

Chemical Engineering

242

280

+15.70%

Civil Engineering

99

102

-3.03%

Computer Engineering

93

90

-3.23%

Computer Science

133

118

-11.28%

Electrical Engineering

145

169

+16.55%

Engineering

5

5

0%

Engineering Physics

17

18

+5.88%%

Environmental Engineering

30

43

+43.33%

Environmental Science

17

1

-94.12%

Industrial Engineering

150

151

+0.67%

Information Technology

0

0

0%

Mechanical Engineering

283

299

+5.65%

Tele-computing

3

0

-100%

Undecided

2

0

-100%

Total

1,323

1,391

+ 5.78%

Registrants by Major


Career Fairs The College of Engineering Career Fair is one of the largest Career Fairs on campus. The 2012 Engineering Career Fair hosted 127 companies which was almost a 14% increase over the previous year. 954 of the 1489 students that attended the fair were from the College of Engineering. Below you will see a breakdown by major. There were 592 interviews conducted the day after the fair which was an almost 44% increase over the previous year. Those interviews were conducted by 76 companies a 245% increase over the previous year.

Attendance by Major Major

Engineering Sooner Career Fair Showcase

Spring Career Fair

Aerospace Engineering

62

1

13

Architectural Engineering

28

0

7

Bioengineering

0

0

2

Chemical Engineering

187

5

64

Civil Engineering

78

7

19

Computer Engineering

44

4

18

Computer Science

51

16

37

Electrical Engineering

104

6

42

Engineering

18

2

1

Engineering Physics

16

2

5

Environmental Engineering

30

2

1

Environmental Science

10

0

2

Industrial Engineering

112

16

35

Mechanical Engineering

214

8

55

Total

954

69

301


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 220 companies that recruited students by conducting on-campus interviews; this is almost a 24% increase over last year. In addition to the on-campus interviews, there were 4,967 positions (both full-time and internships) posted on the HIREsooner job board by 1,738 companies. Major

11-12

12-13

% Change

Aerospace Engineering

15

20

+33.33%

Architectural Engineering

4

10

+150.00%

Bioengineering

1

2

+100.00%

Chemical Engineering

314

366

+16.56%

Civil Engineering

45

80

+77.78%

Computer Engineering

79

79

0%

Computer Science

94

121

+28.72%

Electrical Engineering

116

195

+68.10%

Engineering

2

1

-50.00%

Engineering Physics

0

12

+1,200.00%

Environmental Engineering

20

41

+105.00%

Environmental Science

14

22

+57.14%

Industrial Engineering

176

208

+18.18%

Information Technology

6

0

-600%

Mechanical Engineering

380

482

+26.84%

Tele-computing

0

1

+100%

Total

1,266

1,640

+29.54%


Full-time Offers Full-time Offers Full-time employment information was obtained from graduates in a variety of manners, including surveys and email campaigns. Not all graduates reported salary information. 116 companies made offers to College of Engineering students. The average full-time salary for a College of Engineering student was $68,942, which is a 10.5% increase over the previous year. Major

Minimum

Maximum

Average

Aerospace Engineering

$50,000

$65,000

$58,750

Architectural Engineering*

$53,500

$100,000

$76,750

Chemical Engineering

$38,000

$110,000

$75,375

Civil Engineering

$48,000

$57,000

$53,195

Computer Engineering

$65,000

$117,650

$94,217

Computer Science

$45,000

$90,000

$61,715

Electrical Engineering

$55,000

$87,500

$65,485

Environmental Engineering*

$50,000

$50,000

$50,000

Industrial Engineering

$56,500

$71,500

$64,210

Mechanical Engineering

$17,990

$120,000

$71,345

NOTE: *Denotes less than 3 offers reported

Top Hiring Firms Amazon (2)

U.S. Dept. of Defense (3)

Northrop Grumman (3)

Baker Hughes (3)

EnCana (2)

ODOT (3)

Bell Helicopter (2)

ExxonMobil (7)

ONEOK (4)

Boeing (3)

FMC Technologies (2)

Phillips 66 (2)

BP (2)

Garmin Int’l (2)

QPS Engineering (2)

Bryan Research and Engineering (2)

GE Oil & Gas (3)

Raytheon (3)

Cerner (2)

Halliburton (14)

Sabre Holdings (2)

Chesapeake (2)

IBM (3)

Schlumberger (5)

Chevron (2)

L-3 Communications (2)

Teach for America (2)

Crafton Tull (2)

Linde Process Plants Inc. (2)

Textron (2)

Devon Energy (2)

National Instruments (2)

Williams (3)

Disney (2)

NCI Building Systems (2)

NOTE: Of the offers reported, 35 companies hired multiple graduates. They are listed in alphabetical order with the number of offers made.


Full-time Offers

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. Although large, the percentage for this region, 77%, 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. 47 different companies were reported to have hired interns, 19 of these companies hired multiple interns at OU. Internships continue to be an invaluable tool for students to gain meaningful and relevant experience. Internships are still one of the main things employers look for on a student’s resume when reviewing candidates for a full-time position. Companies have found that a well thought out internship program is the best tool for identifying future leadership talent. Major

Minimum

Maximum Average

Chemical Engineering

$20.00

$35.00

$26.64

Computer Engineering

$15.00

$22.00

$19.29

Computer Science

$18.00

$27.20

$21.73

Electrical Engineering

$19.85

$24.00

$21.28

Engineering Physics

$24.00

$24.00

$24.00

Environmental Science

$30.00

$40.00

$34.73

Industrial Engineering

$17.25

$34.18

$23.48

Mechanical Engineering

$12.00

$43.00

$28.22

Top Hiring Firms Access Midstream (2)

Linde Process (5)

Shell (2)

Ascend Performance Materials (2)

LyondellBasell (3)

Southwest Research Institute (2)

Cerner (3)

National Instruments (3)

Union Pacific (3)

ConocoPhillips (3)

Nordam (4)

Valero (2)

ExxonMobil (3)

Raytheon (3)

Williams Companies (2)

Halliburton (3)

Sabre Holdings (2)

Kimberly Clark (2)

Schlumberger (2)

NOTE: list is in alphabetical order


College of International Studies 2012/13

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Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services All Students

7,101

College of International Studies

175

Career Fair Attendance

Registrants by Major Arabic

2

Sooner Showcase Career Fair

16

Area Studies

4

Spring Career Fair

16

Asian Studies

9

OU Job Expo

3

European Studies

9

Global Studies

4

Total CIS Students at Career Fairs

35

Latin American Studies

2

International Area Studies

30

International Securities Studies

30

Middle Eastern Studies

3

Total Registrants

175

Facts and Numbers Resumes in the International Studies Online Resume Books

71

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

149

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

230

Career Services presentations available to all students

131

Career Services presentations designed especially for CIS students and classes

21

Specific presentations for CIS classes and student organizations

620


Programs & Presentations Made classroom announcements in approximately 8

Worked with Dean, faculty and staff to recruit 54

classes at the beginning of each semester to promote

employers to discuss collaboration improvements.

upcoming career fairs, workshops, on-campus interviews, and other Career Services events.

Presented on “How to Find an International Internship.”

Met with International Studies students throughout each semester to help with job search, resume writing,

Presented to 21 classes and student organizations

interviewing skills, etc.

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

Spoke at New International Studies Session about Career Services, hiring trends, resume writing and the

Met with Academic Advisors in College of

job search process.

International Studies regarding upcoming year events, workshops and career fairs for 2013-14.

Presented/hosted workshops on various topics including “Professional Dress,” “Interviewing,” “How to

Presented “Leveraging Your Study Abrad in the Job

Find an Internship,” “Cracking the Hidden Job

Search” at SoACE Conference.

Market”, “How to Write a Winning Resume,” “Job Search for International Students.” Participated and set up an informational booth for the New International Student Orientation Fair. Panel memeber for Africa and Asian Carrer Night Surveyed students regarding their plans after graduation. Met with National Oilwell Varco to discuss internship programs and recruitment. Provided 8 specific workshops to CIS on resume writing, internships, networking and interviewing advice.


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Facts & Numbers Registration with Career Services All Students

7,101

Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

390

Registrants by Major

Career Fair Attendance

Advertising

106

Sooner Showcase Career Fair

18

Broadcasting & Electronic Media

73

Spring Career Fair

12

Journalism & Mass Communication

16

JMC Career & Internship Fair

187

Professional Writing

23

OU Job Expo

10

Public Relations

172 Total JMC Students at Career Fairs

227

Total Registrants

390

Facts and Numbers Resumes in the Journalism Online Resume Books

246

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.

JMC students participating in Career Services Class in 12/13 by Major

Where JMC majors interned during CAS 4630 in 2012-13 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 2012 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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