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Programmatic Outcomes Data


  Fall 2015 Cohort (FY16) Fall 2016 Cohort (FY17)
Enrollment 22 17
Retention  20 or 91% 13 or 76%
Completion  19 or 86% N/A
Exam Pass Rate N/A N/A
Job Placement Rate  N/A N/A

Glossary of Terms

Enrollment:  
The number of students that enrolled in the program for the first time in the Fall semester of the fiscal year.  
Retention: 
The percent of the enrollment cohortᵻ that were retained to the subsequent Spring semester of the program.
Completion: 
The percent of the enrollment cohortᵻ that completed the certificate within the 100% timeframe (three semesters) of the program. 
Exam Pass Rate:
The percent of graduatesᶤ who passed the licensure exam out of those who took the exam. 
Job Placement Rate:
The percent of graduatesᶤ that are employed as a Pharmacy Technician within the first twelve months after program completion. Job Placement is based on the number of graduates who responded to the Graduate Follow-Up Survey. 

ᵻ Enrollment Cohort:
Students that enrolled in the program for the first time in the Fall semester are designated as the enrollment cohort for that fiscal year. There is one enrollment cohort for this program per fiscal year.  
ᶤ Graduates: 
Students that completed the program in the same fiscal year. 

Notes/Sources 

N/A: Not available for this fiscal year.
The Graduate Follow-Up Survey (GFS): asks graduates one year post-award completion whether they are employed and whether or not their employment is related to their program of study. Respondents who answered that they were unemployed or graduates who did not respond to this question are excluded from the calculation.