Graduate Student Progression


Graduate Student Progression

Student Progression is a measure of students’ progress toward their degree. Masters programs generally take about 2 years. Doctoral programs take significantly longer. In this metric, only data that is available for a full year is used, so the Fall 2009 start cohort will not have data in the 3rd and the Fall 2010 cohort will not have data for the 2nd and 3rd panes.

Graduate students are expected to complete 18 hours each year to make significant progress toward their degree. Students who graduate within the given time interval are also counted as successful.

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