Section K - Other Useful Information
K2 - Key Performance Indicators, Employment Rate of 2012 Graduates in Undergraduate Programs
|Program||Employment Rate (2 years)||Employment Rate (6 months)|
|Agriculture & Biological Science||91.82%||76.00%|
|Business & Commerce||96.46%||90.45%|
|Fine & Applied Arts||97.37%||88.89%|
|Food Science & Nutrition||94.74%||100.00%|
|Kinesiology, Recreation & Phys. Educ.||95.24%||95.24%|
|Medicine and Related Programs|
|Other Arts & Science||94.94%||87.34%|
|Other Health Professions||94.29%||81.43%|
|Therapy & Rehabilitation|
Key Performance Indicators, Degree Completion Rate for Undergraduate Cohort,
|Program||Fall 2005 Cohort Graduation Rate 2012
|Fall 2006 Cohort Graduation Rate 2013
|Agriculture & Biological Sciences||77.1||78.5|
|Business & Commerce||70.6||72.1|
|Fine & Applied Arts||63.6||56.0|
|Kinesiology, Recreation & Phys. Educ.||76.1||76.3|
|Medicine and Related Programs||100.00||98.7|
|Other Arts & Sciences||58.8||57.2|
|Other Health Professions||74.5||82.5|
|Therapy & Rehabilitation||81.3||60.0|
|Total new full-time year one undergraduate students enrolled in fall||6,554||6,768|
|Total students reported above who had graduated||5,017||5,247|
1) Graduation Rates: MTCU has calculated graduation rates using a single entering cohort of students and determining whether or not they had graduated within seven years. An entering cohort consists of all new full-time, year one undergraduate students in the Fall 2005-2006 session, and were seeking either a bachelors or first professional degree. This cohort is then matched against the records of students who received a degree (in any program) from the same institution during the following seven years period (2005-2006 to 2012-2013).
2) Saint Paul University graduate are included.
3) To ensure confidentiality, cells representing counts less-than or equal-to 5 are suppressed and displayed as "*"
Source: MTCU and University of Ottawa.
Retention Rates 2013
Retention Rates 2014
Percentage of first-time, full-time first year students in a given fall term who returned to the institution in the next fall term.
Year 1 to Year 2 Retention Rate (%): 87.20
Source: Submission to CSRDE.
E. Student Life