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Table of Contents

2016-2017 Graduation Survey Report Department of Career Planning and Development

Introduction / Message from Associate Director ………………..…….…………………………………………….. 3 Executive Summary ………………………..……………………………………………………………………………. 4 KSU General Post-Graduation Summary ……………………………………………………………………………. 6 College of Science and Mathematics Results …………………………………………………………………….….. 8 Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry……………………………………………………………………………10 Department of Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology/Molecular and Cellular Biology ……………. 16 Department of Mathematics ………………………..…………………………………………………………………22 Department of Physics

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Statistics and Analytical Sciences ………………………..…………………………………………………………. 28 Qualitative Data…………………….……………………………………….…………………………………………… 30

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Introduction

2016-2017 Graduation Survey Report Department of Career Planning and Development

Dear Kennesaw State University Faculty, Staff & Administration: Each semester, the KSU Department of Career Planning and Development assesses the postgraduation career status of graduates. The purpose of the survey is to provide the KSU community with a glimpse of the career paths of our students at the time of their graduation. We collect information regarding employment status, graduate school attendance, and experiential education participation. On the following pages, you will find the results for the 2016-2017 graduating class. The college reports are separated by departments and majors for ease of reading. In at least one case, a major that was offered on the former SPSU campus has been combined with the appropriate major on the Kennesaw campus. Also, note that the data collection method changed mid-year—for the Summer and Fall ‘16 graduations, surveys were collected at the day of graduation. For the Spring ‘17 graduation, surveys were collected with the petition to graduate. We hope this information will encourage the KSU community to continue to support the efforts of the Department of Career Planning and Development, as well as assist in providing evidence for learning outcomes as designated by the various accrediting bodies. While this data is not a comprehensive First Destination report, it is a snapshot of the graduating class at the time of graduation or at the time they petition to graduate. Thank you for taking the time to review the attached. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments. Sincerely,

Lori Trahan, PhD Associate Director Department of Career Planning and Development Kennesaw State University 470-578-6555 ltrahan@kennesaw.edu

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2016-2017 Graduation Survey Report Department of Career Planning and Development

Executive Summary of Findings (Overall) 

At KSU, “success” means that our students are able to follow any path they may choose, whether that next step is employment, pursuit of further education, or any other goal they may define for themselves. According to this definition, 74.4% of the 2016-2017 survey respondents are successful.

KSU students reported a 59.6% rate of participation in Experiential Education programs (a decrease of 4.2% from 2015-2016).

Selected Highlights: 

Highest rates of students reporting they were “Employed” at graduation (percentage of graduates from that college): o Graduate College (84.1%) o College of Architecture and Construction Management (76.9%) o College of Business (74.6%)

Highest rates of students reporting they were “Employed in Field of Choice” at graduation (percentage of overall graduates) o College of Business (28.4%) o Graduate College (24.3%) o College of Humanities and Social Science (18.8%)

Highest rates of students reporting they were “Employed in Field of Choice” at graduation (percentage of graduates from that college): o Graduate College (77.8%) o College of Architecture and Construction Management (69.2%) o College of Education (68.6%)

Highest rates of students reporting they were “Attending a Graduate Program” at graduation (percentage of graduates from that college): o College of Science and Mathematics (27.2%) o College of Humanities and Social Sciences (13.9%) o University College (8.6%)

Highest rates of students reporting they participated in Experiential Education during their studies at KSU (percentage of graduates overall): o College of Humanities and Social Science (28.2%) o College of Business (22.2%) o College of Health and Human Services (16%)

Highest rates of students reporting they participated in Experiential Education during their studies at KSU (percentage of graduates of that college): o College of Health and Human Services (84.6%) o College of Education (65.5%) o College of the Arts (61.5%) o College of Architecture and Construction Management (61.5%)

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Executive Summary of Findings (CSM) Highlights for College of Science and Mathematics:    

38.1% of graduates were employed at time of graduation 28.9% of graduates were employed in their field of choice at graduation 27.2% of graduates intend to pursue graduate education 45.1% of graduates indicated they had participated in an Experiential Education opportunity

By Major: 

Highest numbers employed at graduation: o Physics (66.7%) o Master of Science, Applied Statistics (58.8%) o Mathematics (57.2%) Highest numbers employed in field of choice at graduation: o Physics (66.7%) o Master of Science, Applied Statistics (58.8%) o Master of Science, Integrative Biology (50%) o Biology Education (50%) Highest numbers pursuing graduate education: o Master of Science in Chemical Sciences (100%) o Chemistry (40%) o Biochemistry (35.7%) o Biology (33.4%) o Mathematics Education (33.3%) Highest participation in Experiential Education: o Biology Education (100%) o Mathematics Education (100%) o Physics (100%) o Master of Science, Integrative Biology (100%)

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General Results Summary

2016-2017 Graduation Survey Report Department of Career Planning and Development

– Results based on survey respondents

KSU Department of Career Planning and Development Post-Graduation Survey KSU Department of Career Planning and Development Post-Graduation Survey During the 2016-2017 academic year (Summer 16, Fall 16, & Spring 17 semesters), KSU graduated 5972 students total (including graduate degrees and certificates).

2936 students completed the Post-Graduation Survey. Completion Rate: 2936 / 5972 = 49.2% EMPLOYMENT STATUS:  Employed = 64% (6.8% increase in the number of students reporting they were employed at graduation from 20152016)

o Employed in field of choice at graduation – 48.3% o Employed but not in field of choice at graduation: 15.7%

 Seeking Employment = 25.3% (10% decrease in the number of students reporting they were seeking employment at graduation from 2015-2016)

 Not Seeking Employment = 0.78% (32% increase in the number of students reporting they were not planning to seek employment at time of graduation from 2015-2016)

 Graduate School = 8.7% (13.9% decrease in the number of students reporting they will be attending or applying to a graduate program from 2015-2016)

o Admitted to a graduate program – 1.6% o Applying to a graduate program – 7.1%

 Other = 0.89%

Employed Students 70

Percentage

60 50 40

34.6

30 20 10 0

7.8

2.8

2.4

7.9 0.58

2.6

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EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION PARTICIPATION (practical work experience):

Across all KSU majors = 59.6%

*This is a 4.2% decrease in the number of students reporting they participated in Experiential Education from 2015-2016.

OVERALL PARTICIPATION ACROSS ALL KSU MAJORS (1749) = 59.6%

Experiential Education Participation 100

Percentage

ï‚·

75

63.7

66.1

2012-2013

2013-2014

58.3

62.2

59.2

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

50 25 0

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College of Science & Mathematics General Results Summary

– Results based on survey respondents

KSU Department of Career Planning and Development Post-Graduation Survey (Summer 16, Fall 16, & Spring 17) During the 2016-2017 academic year, CSM graduated 350 students (including graduate students). 173 students completed the Post-Graduation Survey. Completion Rate: 173 / 350 = 49.4%

EMPLOYMENT STATUS:  Employed = 38.1% (18.3% increase in the number of CSM students reporting employment at graduation) o Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 28.9% o Respondents reporting other employment – 9.2%

 Seeking Employment = 28.9%  Not Seeking Employment = 0.58%  Attending a Graduate Program = 27.2% o Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 4.1% o Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 23.1%

 Other = 0.58%

Employed Students 70

Percentage

60 50 40 30 20 10 0

15.6 5.2

4.6

9.8

3.5 0

4.1

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EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION PARTICIPATION (practical work experience):

Across all CSM majors = 45.1% (10.5% decrease in the number of CSM students reporting participation in Experiential Education)

CSM Experiential Education Participation 100

Percentage

ï‚·

80 60

52.3

52.8

2012-2013

2013-2014

45.8

50.4

2014-2015

2015-2016

45.1

40 20 0 2016-2017

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Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry CHEMISTRY – Completion Rate: 10/ 20 = 50%

Employment status:  Employed = 30% (10.2% decrease from 2015-2016) o Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 20% o Respondents reporting other employment – 10%

 Seeking Employment = 30%  Not Seeking Employment = 0%  Attending a Graduate Program = 40% o Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 10% o Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 30%

 Other = 0%

Employed Students 70

Percentage

60 50 40 30 20 10 0

10

10

10 0

0

0

0

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Percentage

Employment Status 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

46.7 35

43.3

35 20

23.3

20

30

23.3 10

5 2013-2014 Employed

40

33.4

0

0

2014-2015 Unemployed

30

2015-2016

Graduate School

2016-2017

Not Seeking Employment / Other

*Employed = Employed in field of choice & NOT in field of choice *Graduate School = Accepted into a program & planning on applying to a program

Experiential Education Participation (practical work experience):  CHEM majors (3/10) = 30% (40% decrease from 2015-2016)

CHEM Experiential Education Participation 100

Percentage

80 60

55.6

55

50 40 30

40 20 0 2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

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BIOCHEMISTRY – Completion Rate: 14 / 20 = 70%

Employment status:  Employed = 42.9% (156% increase from 2015-2016) o Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 28.6% o Respondents reporting other employment – 14.3%

 Seeking Employment = 21.4%  Not Seeking Employment = 0%  Attending a Graduate Program = 35.7% o Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 7.1% o Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 28.6%

 Other = 0%

Employed Students 70

Percentage

60 50 40 30 20 10 0

14.3

14.3

14.3 0

0

0

0

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Percentage

Employment Status 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

58.3

58.3

54.2

42.9 25

25

16.7

20.8 12.5

35.7 21.4

16.7

8.3

0

0

2013-2014 Employed

25

2014-2015 Unemployed

2015-2016

Graduate School

2016-2017

Not Seeking Employment / Other

*Employed = Employed in field of choice & NOT in field of choice *Graduate School = Accepted into a program & planning on applying to a program

Experiential Education Participation (practical work experience):  BCHEM majors (5/14) = 35.7% (46.5% decrease from 2015-2016)

BCHEM Experiential Education Participation 100

Percentage

80

66.7

60 40

45.8

50 35.7

33.3

20 0 2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMICAL SCIENCES – Completion Rate: 1 / 8 = 12.5%

Employment status:  Employed = 0% o o

  

Seeking Employment = 0% Not Seeking Employment = 0% Attending a Graduate Program = 100% o o

Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 0% Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 100%

Other = 0%

Employed Students 100

Percentage

Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 0% Respondents reporting other employment – 0%

80 60 40 20 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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Percentage

Employment Status 100

100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

100

66.7

33.3

0

0 2014-2015 Employed

Unemployed

0

0

0

0

2015-2016 Graduate School

0

0

2016-2017 Not Seeking Employment / Other

*Employed = Employed in field of choice & NOT in field of choice *Graduate School = Accepted into a program & planning on applying to a program

Experiential Education Participation (practical work experience):  MSCS majors (0/1) = 0%

MSCS Experiential Education Participation 100

Percentage

80

66.7

60 40 20

0

0

2015-2016

2016-2017

0 2014-2015

Comparison data from previous years not available.

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Department of Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology & Molecular & Cellular Biology (Departments are combined due to shared degree programs)

BIOLOGY – Completion Rate: 96/ 194 = 48%

Employment status:  Employed = 38.5% (38% increase from 2015-2016) o Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 22.9% o Respondents reporting other employment – 15.6%

 Seeking Employment = 27.1%  Not Seeking Employment = 0%  Attending a Graduate Program = 33.4% o Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 4.2% o Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 29.2%

 Other = 0%

Employed Students 70

Percentage

60 50 40 30 20 10 0

8.3

5.2

4.2

5.2

5.2

10.4

0

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Percentage

Employment Status Trend 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

50

46.1 34.8

43.5

32.6 13.9

27.9 27.2

Employed

33.4 27.1

14.1

7

3.3 2013-2014

38.5

2014-2015 Unemployed

0

1.7 2015-2016

Graduate School

2016-2017

Not Seeking Employment / Other

*Employed = Employed in field of choice & NOT in field of choice *Graduate School = Accepted into a program & planning on applying to a program

Experiential Education Participation (practical work experience):  BIO majors (39/96) = 40.6% (5.4% decrease over 2015-2016)

BIO Experiential Education Participation 100

Percentage

80 60

40

48.7

42.9

40.6

2015-2016

2016-2017

32.6

40 20 0 2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

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BIOLOGY EDUCATION – Completion Rate: 2 / 4 = 50%

Employment status:  Employed = 50% o Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 50% o Respondents reporting other employment – 0%

 Seeking Employment = 50%  Not Seeking Employment = 0%  Attending a Graduate Program = 0% o Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 0% o Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 0%

 Other = 0%

Employed Students 70

Percentage

60

50

50 40 30 20 10 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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Percentage

Employment Status Trend 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

66.7

62.5

66.7 50

37.5

33.3

0 2013-2014 Employed

0

0

33.3

0

0

0

2014-2015 Unemployed

50

2015-2016

Graduate School

0

0

2016-2017

Not Seeking Employment / Other

*Employed = Employed in field of choice & NOT in field of choice *Graduate School = Accepted into a program & planning on applying to a program

Experiential Education Participation (practical work experience):  BIO ED majors (2/2) = 100%

BIO ED Experiential Education Participation 100

100

100

100

100

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

100

Percentage

80 60 40 20 0

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MS-INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGYCompletion Rate: 2 / 6 = 33.3%

Employment status:  Employed = 50% o Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 50% o Respondents reporting other employment – 0%

 Seeking Employment = 50%  Not Seeking Employment = %  Attending a Graduate Program = 0% o Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 0% o Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 0%

 Other = 0%

Employed Students 70

Percentage

60

50

50 40 30 20 10 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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Percentage

Employment Status 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

100

100

66.7 50

50

33.3

0

0 2013-2014

Employed

0

0

0

0

2014-2015 Unemployed

0

0

0

2015-2016

Graduate School

0

2016-2017

Not Seeking Employment / Other

Experiential Education Participation (practical work experience):  MSIB majors (2/2) = 100%

MSIB Experiential Education Participation 100

100

100

100

Percentage

80

66.7

60 40 20 0 2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

206-2017

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Department of Mathematics COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS Three students graduated with a degree in computational mathematics but none of those graduates completed the Graduation Survey.

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MATHEMATICS – Completion Rate: 21 / 41 = 51.2%

Employment status:  Employed = 57.2% (42.8% increase from 2015-2016) o Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 28.6% o Respondents reporting other employment – 28.6%

 Seeking Employment = 23.8%  Not Seeking Employment = 4.7%  Attending a Graduate Program = 14.3% o Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 4.8% o Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 9.5%

 Other = 0%

Employed Students 70

Percentage

60 50 40 28.6

30 20 10 0

14.3

9.5 4.8

0

0

0

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Percentage

Employment Status 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

50

57.2

48.4

48.6 40

28.9

29

15.7 5 2013-2014 Employed

23.8

16.1 6.5 2014-2015 Unemployed

14.3

8.6

5.8

2015-2016

Graduate School

4.7 2016-2017

Not Seeking Employment / Other

*Employed = Employed in field of choice & NOT in field of choice *Graduate School = Accepted into a program & planning on applying to a program

Experiential Education Participation (practical work experience):  MATH majors (8/21) = 38.1% (21.6% decrease from 2015-2016)

MATH Experiential Education Participation 100

Percentage

80 60

46.9

42.1

41.9

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

48.6 38.1

40 20 0 2015-2016

2016-2017

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MATHEMATICS EDUCATION – Completion Rate: 6 / 17 = 35.3%

Employment status:  Employed = 16.7% (58.3% decrease from 2015-2016) o Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 16.7% o Respondents reporting other employment – 0%

 Seeking Employment = 50%  Not Seeking Employment = 0%  Attending a Graduate Program = 33.3% o Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 0% o Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 33.3%

 Other = 0%

Employed Students 70

Percentage

60 50 40 30 16.7

20 10 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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Percentage

Employment Status 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

60

56.3

50

50

40

37.5

33.3

31.3 12.5

12.5 0

0 2013-2014 Employed

16.7

2014-2015 Unemployed

0

0 2015-2016

Graduate School

0 2016-2017

Not Seeking Employment / Other

*Employed = Employed in field of choice & NOT in field of choice *Graduate School = Accepted into a program & planning on applying to a program

Experiential Education Participation (practical work experience):  MATH ED majors (6/6) = 100%

MATH ED Experiential Education Participation 100

100

100

100

100

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

87.5

Percentage

80 60 40 20 0 2012-2013

2013-2014

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Department of Physics PHYSICS – Completion Rate: 3 / 5 = 60%

Employment status:  Employed = 66.7% o Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 66.7% o Respondents reporting other employment – 0%

 Seeking Employment = 33.3%  Not Seeking Employment = 0%  Attending a Graduate Program = 0% o Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 0% o Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 0%

 Other = 0%

Employed Students 70

66.7

Percentage

60 50 40 30 20 10 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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Percentage

Employment Status 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

66.7 50

50 33.3

0

33.3

Unemployed

33.3

0

0

0

2014-2015 Employed

33.3

2015-2016 Graduate School

0

2016-2017 Not Seeking Employment / Other

*Employed = Employed in field of choice & NOT in field of choice *Graduate School = Accepted into a program & planning on applying to a program

Experiential Education Participation (practical work experience):  PHYS majors (3/3) = 100%

PHYS Experiential Education Participation

100

100

Percentage

80 60 33.3

40 20

0

0 2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Comparison data from previous years not available.

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Department of Statistics and Analytical Sciences MASTER OF APPLIED STATISTICS – Completion Rate: 17/ 29 = 58.6%

Employment status:  Employed = 58.8% (35.3% decrease from 2015-2016) o Respondents reporting a job within their field of choice – 58.8% o Respondents reporting other employment – 0%

 Seeking Employment = 41.2%  Not Seeking Employment = 0%  Attending a Graduate Program = 0% o Respondents reporting that they have been admitted to a graduate program – 0% o Respondents reporting that they will be applying to a graduate program – 0%

 Other = 0%

Employed Students

Percentage

100 80 60

52.9

40 20 0

5.9

0

0

0

0

0

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Percentage

Employment Status 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

90.9

88.2 73.7

58.8 41.2 21 11.8 0 2013-2014 Employed

5.2

0

9.1 0

0

2014-2015 Unemployed

2015-2016

Graduate School

0

0

0

2016-2017

Not Seeking Employment / Other

*Employed = Employed in field of choice & NOT in field of choice *Graduate School = Accepted into a program & planning on applying to a program

Experiential Education Participation (practical work experience):  MSAS majors (10/17) = 58.8% (7.1% decrease from 2015-2016)

MSAS Experiential Education Participation 100 78.9

Percentage

80 60

54.5

63.6

58.8

2015-2016

2016-2017

47.1

40 20 0 2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

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QUALITATIVE DATA Employer Information The Department of Career Planning and Development asks students who are employed in the field of choice for the name of the company for whom they will be working. Below are the names of the employers. If an employer name has a number behind their name, that particular employer was mentioned by that number of students as having hired them. Employer names without a number were listed by one (1) student only. Majors not listed had no students reporting data in this category. Biochemistry Full-time employers Cardinal Health System South Core Construction

Biology Full-time employers Arylessence Clayton Eye Research CSI Laboratories EGL Genetic Diagnostics Ryder Systems Inc. The Cooper Firm USG Board of Regents

Wellstar Health System Part-time employers Bako Pathology Boys & Girls Club Centers for Disease Control T-Mobile

Biology Education Full-time employers Cobb County Schools Cobb County Schools

Chemistry Full-time employers Fulton County Schools

Mathematics Full-time employers Centers for Disease Control Kennesaw State University SEDC

Part-time employers Wells Fargo

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Full-time employers NCR

Master of Science, Applied Statistics Full-time employers Autotrader.com Delta Airlines (2) General Motors LexisNexis Risk Solutions MarketSource Alpharetta Westat

Master of Science, Integrative Biology Full-time employers Emory University

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QUALITATIVE DATA CONT. Graduate School Information The Department of Career Planning and Development asks students who have been accepted to a graduate school for the name of the school and program they are going to complete. Below are the names of the graduate schools and programs (if listed). If graduate school name has a number behind their name, that particular graduate school/program was mentioned by that number of students as having accepted them. School/program names without a number were listed by one (1) student only. Majors not listed had no students reporting data in this category. Biochemistry Southern College of Optometry

Biology Mercer University South University/MS Anesthesiology University of Georgia Pharm D

Chemistry KSU/MS Chemical Sciences

QUALITATIVE DATA CONT. Other The Department of Career Planning and Development asks students to tell us what they will be doing after graduation if none of the provided options match their plans. Below is the list of information students provided in the “Other� category. If an option has a number behind their name, that particular option was mentioned by that number of students as being the option they are pursuing. Options without a number were listed by one (1) student only. Majors not listed had no students reporting data in this category. 33


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Biology Completing additional courses for Dental School

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