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Programmatic Outcomes Data

Pharmacy Technology (AC) - Programmatic Outcomes Data

    

Fall 2016 Cohort (FY17)   

Fall 2017 Cohort (FY18)   

Fall 2018 Cohort (FY19)   

Enrollment   

17   

15   

21   

Retention    

12 or 70%   

11 or 73%   

20 or 95%   

Completion   

11 or 64%   

11 or 73%   

N/A   

Exam Pass Rate   

80%   

44%   

N/A   

Job Placement Rate    

88%   

71%   

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.  

Job Placement Data Source: Job placement data is collected by Malcolm X College’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness through a Fiscal Year Graduate and Certificate Completer Survey for all career and technical education (CTE) programs. This survey is administered through Qualtrics, between 12 or 18 months post-completion. Additionally, The Program Director collects job placement data at the time of completion (0 months) up until 12 months from completion.  ​  


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.
* Job placement rates are not reported when there are fewer than three job placement survey respondents due to student confidentiality.​​​