Graduation Rates

Graduation Rates

The Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness (OIRE) supports Miami University's planning and decision-making processes through the analysis and dissemination of information about students, faculty, staff, and finances as well as through the administration and analysis of institutional surveys and research projects. The OIRE provides us with graduation rates for the following: (1) initial licensure undergraduate programs and (2) graduate programs for advanced licensure.

Initial Licensure Graduation Rates Results: For initial licensure undergraduate programs, cohorts are based on students who entered Oxford campus in the fall 2013 cohort (first-time, full-time students) with the major specified. Graduation rates and time-to-degree information are based on graduation with a bachelor's degree in any major from Miami University. According to the data for these programs, the average time to degree was 4.1 years. Compared to all Miami University (Oxford campus) first-time, full-time students the average time-to-degree was the same—4.1 years.

Graduation Rates and Time to Degree—Initial Programs
Program Majors Included Cohort Size 4-Year Grad Rate 5-Year Grad Rate 6-Year Grad Rate Avg. Time to Degree (Yrs)
AYA Integrated Language Arts Integrated English Language Arts Education

14

71.4%

71.4%

71.4%

4.0

AYA Math Integrated Mathematics Education

19

73.7%

73.7%

73.7%

4.0

AYA Sciences (all licensure areas) Earth Science Education; Earth Science/Chemistry Edu; Earth Science/Life Science Edu; Life Science Education; Life Science/Chemistry Edu; Life Science/Physics (major ended); Physical Science Education; Physical Science/Chemistry Edu 5 60.0% 80.0% 80.0% 4.3
AYA Social Studies Integrated Social Studies Edu 9 66.7% 66.7% 66.7% 3.8
Early Childhood Early Childhood Education 76 90.8% 94.7% 94.7% 4.0
Intervention Specialist Mild Moderate Special Education 27 85.2% 88.9% 88.9% 4.1
Middle Childhood Middle Childhood Education

29

82.8%

89.7%

89.7%

4.1

Foreign Languages (all licensure areas) Chinese Education, French Education, Latin Education, Spanish Education

6

66.7%

83.3%

83.3%

4.2

Music Music Education

28

71.4%

85.7%

92.9%

4.3

Visual Art Art Education

5

60%

100%

100%

4.4

All initial licensure undergraduate teacher preparation programs

218

80.7%

87.2%

88.1%

4.1

All Oxford campus first-time, full-time undergraduates (comparison data) 3,617 70.9% 80.7% 81.9% 4.1

 

Advanced Licensure Graduation Rates Results: For the advanced licensure (graduate programs), cohorts are based on students who entered Oxford in the fall 2013 cohort (first-time, full-time graduate students) with the major specified. Graduation rates and time-to-degree information are based on graduation with a master's degree in any major from Miami University. There are only two programs that must satisfy all five advanced standards—School Leadership and School Psychology. The cohort size in both programs was 10. The average time to degree for the School Leadership program was 1.1 years and for the School Psychology program, 3.0.

 

Graduation Rates and Time to Degree—Advanced Programs
Program Majors Included Cohort Size 4-Year Grad Rate 5-Year Grad Rate 6-Year Grad Rate Avg. Time to Degree (Yrs)
School Leadership School Leadership

0 students entered program as FT students in Fall 2013

School Psychology Master of Science (MS)

Specialist in Education (EdS)

10

10

100%

50%

100%

50%

100%

50%

1.1

3.0

All Oxford campus first-time, full-time master's students (comparison data)

359

81.5% 84.6% 85.8% 2.2