Student Achievement

Graduation Rates – Business

  Graduated in Business Graduated from LC in Another Field Stiill Enrolled Total Percent from Cohort that Graduated/Still Enrolled
Cohort Year 4-Year Graduation Rate 5-Year Graduation Rate 6-Year Graduation Rate  
2012
(n = 9)
55.6% 88.9% 88.9% 0.0% 11.1% 100%
2013
(n = 14)
85.7% 92.9%   0.0% 7.1% 100%
2014
(n = 10)
70.0%     10.0% 20.0% 100%

Any Business major (not BBA_ACCT) who was a part of the First-time, Full-time (FTFT) Fall Cohort of the given year (as defined by IPEDS) is included in the graduation rates listed above. Students may have declared the major in Business at any time between fall 2012 and the 4-year, 5-year, or 6-year mark. The number given in parentheses is the total number of Busienss majors that came from that year's Cohort. For reference, the total number of FTFT student in each cohort is as follows:

200 FTFT students in the 2012 Cohort
267 FTFT students in the 2013 Cohort
233 FTFT students in the 2014 Cohort

 

Post graduation plans – Business

Class Employed Graduate School Unemployed No Information
2018 87%   6% 6%
2017 60% 11% 19% 11%
2016 86%   7% 7%

This information is self-reported at graduation.

 

Rate of participation in Internships for credit – Business

Class Participated in an Internship for Academic Credit
2018 45%
2017 33%
2016 54%

 

Retention Rates – Business

Fall Term Number of Business Majors Graduated by June 30 of Following Year Eligible to Return as Business Major Returned as a Business Major Retention Rate
2015 26 5 21 19 90%
2016 25 7 18 13 72%
2017 18 9 9 6 67%

Retention for Business Majors is based on the number of Business majors in the fall of the given year who had declared Business since the previous fall. The retention rate is computed by using those who returned as a Buseiness major the following fall divided by the number of Business majors who were eligible to return. 

 

Attrition Rates – Business

Fall Term Number of Business Majors Eligible to Return the Following Year Did not Return as Business Major Attrition Rate
2015 26 21 2 8%
2016 25 18 5 20%
2017 18 9 3 17%

Attrition for Business Majors is based on the number of Business majors in the fall of the given year who had declared Business since the previous fall. The Attrition rate for Business Majors is computed by dividing the number of students who did not return the following year as a Business major by the number of those who were enrolled as a Business major during the prior fall.