Psychology MA Student Outcomes
The one-semester retention rate for those starting in Fall 2020 was 50% (4/8).
Graduation Rate and Time to Degree
The Master’s in Psychology (Online) program length is one year. The 150% graduation rate for the two most recent graduating cohorts was 54.5% (6/11). The average time to degree for this cohort was 11 months.
Methodology: Those starting in Fall 2019 were the most recent graduating cohort who would complete their degree within 150% of time. Time to degree in months is calculated by subtracting start date of the student from the date the degree was completed or conferred and reported in average months. 150% Graduation rate is calculated for full-time and part-time students combined; The 150% graduation rate is calculated by taking students who enrolled in Fall and Spring terms of one academic year (starting cohort) and graduated within 150% of the program length, e.g., 1.5 years.
This program does not lead to licensure.
The Master’s in Psychology (Online) is a new program, and no alumni data is available for this metric.
100% of alumni in the MA in Psychology (Online) program earn $25,000 to $50,000 one-year post-graduation.
Source: Alumni Survey 2021. Valid percentages are reported.