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Graduation Rates

Measure 5:  Graduation Rates for Advanced Programs

Doane University College of Education reports the numbers of advanced program students enrolled and program completers.   

Master of Education in School Counseling: The enrollment counts column below reflects students admitted to the program within the outlined academic year: Fall, Spring, and Summer. The program is self-paced with rolling enrollment and students may complete the program in 3 to 7 years; our charts below desplay the most common graduation frame of 3 and 4 years.

Master of Education in Educational Leadership:  The enrollment counts column below reflects students admitted to the program within the outlined year. This program is offered with a cadre approach and the timeframe for this program is 2 years from beginning to completion, with new cadres being admitted each Summer semester.

Education Specialist Degree Program:  The enrollment counts column below reflects students admitted to the program within the outlined year. This program is offered with a cadre approach and the timeframe for this program is 3 years from beginning to completion, with new cadres being admitted each Fall semester.

Endorsement Certification Programs: Doane University College of Education offers non-degree seeking endorsement coursework in the following areas: Early Childhood, ESL, Reading Specialist, Reading and Writing, Special Education. The enrollment counts column below reflects students admitted to the program within the outlined academic year: Fall, Spring, and Summer. The programs are self-paced with rolling enrollment and students may complete the program in 3 to 7 years; our charts below display the completion rate and remaining active enrolled students for the previous 7 academic years.

The charts below provide information on the number of candidates entering the respective program and the number of candidates graduating from degree-seeking programs within an average 3 or 4 year timeframe, with certification measured by the academic year of August 1 – July 31. For non-degree seeking programs, we have measured completion rates for admitted students within the 7 year maximum range.

 

Master of Education in School Counseling       
Year of Admission

New Enrollment Count

3 Year Graduation Rate (%)

4 Year Graduation Rate (%)

2017-2018

41

48.7% (includes anticipated completers for May 2021)

--

2016-2017

16

50%

68.8%

2015-2016

20

65%

65%

Combined Years

77

53.2%

66.7%

 

Master of Education in Educational Leadership

Year of Admission

New Enrollment Count

3 Year Graduation Rate (%)

4 Year Graduation Rate (%)

2017-2018

44

88.6%

--

2016-2017

57

82.5%

86%

2015-2016

47

83%

83%

Combined Years

148

84.5%

84.6%

 

Education Specialist Degree 

Year of Admission

New Enrollment Count

3 Year Graduation Rate (%)

4 Year Graduation Rate (%)

2017-2018

6

83.3%

--

2016-2017

5

100%

100%

2015-2016

11

90.9%

100%

Combined Years

22

90.9%

100%

 

Non-Degree Seeking Endorsement/Certification Programs

Early Childhood

Year of Admission New Enrollment Count Remaining Active Students Program Completers Completion Rate (%) by 2020-21
2017-2018 0 -- -- --
2016-2017 3 1 1 33.3%
2015-2016 3 0 2 66.7%
Combined Years 6 1 3 50%

ESL

Year of Admission New Enrollment Count Remaining Active Students Program Completers Completion Rate (%) by 2020-21
2017-2018 5 1 2 40%
2016-2017 4 0 2 50%
2015-2016 2 0 0 0%
Combined Years 11 1 4 36.4%

Reading Specialist

Year of Admission New Enrollment Count Remaining Active Students Program Completers Completion Rate (%) by 2020-21
2017-2018 0 -- -- --
2016-2017 2 0 1 50%
2015-2016 4 1 2 50%
Combined Years 6 1 3 50%

Special Education

Year of Admission New Enrollment Count Remaining Active Students Program Completers Completion Rate (%) by 2020-21
2017-2018 0 -- -- --
2016-2017 0 -- -- --
2015-2016 4 1 2 50%
Combined Years 4 1 2 50%

Reading and Writing
This endorsement program's first new enrollee was admitted in the 2020-2021 academic year, so no data exists for years listed above.