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Program Outcomes for the Masters of Health Administration Program

Employment Rates

  Employment rates of the program's graduates are high.During the past three academic years (2012-2013 through 2014-2015), 90 percent of our graduates were employed in the Health Services Management Field within three months of graduation.

 

 

Academic Year

 

Number of Graduates(#)

Number of Graduates Employed Within three Months Graduation

 

Percent of Graduates Employed Within three Months Graduation (%)

2009-2010

13

12

92

2010-2011

25

23

92

2011-2012

15

13

87

2012-2013

16

14

88

2013-2014

14

12

86

2014 -2015

17

16

94

 

Three-Year Average

 

 

16

 

 

14

 

 

90

 

One of the Goals of The GSU MHA Program is to increase and maintain graduation rate of traditionally underserved student population.

 

STUDENT ENROLLMENT

2016FA-2017SU

2015FA-2016SU

2014FA-2015SU

2013FA-2014SU

2012FA-2013SU

(Note: Includes the unduplicated headcount for the full academic year. )

Total MHA Students Enrolled

64

62

40

43

55

% Minority Students

68.8%

46.8%

52.5%

54.8%

59.6%

% Female Students

84.4%

71.0%

67.5%

79.1%

72.7%

Mean Age

33.2

35

35

35.6

35.5

Age Range

23-60

23-59

23-58

22-57

23-58

# of Part-Time Students

39

37

24

23

35

# of Full-time Students

25

25

16

20

20

      

RETENTION RATES

(Note: Retention data represents all students who were enrolled during the academic year who later enrolled in the following academic year less any who graduated.

Ave. Retention Rate for all MHA

83.6%

87.9%

88.2%

76.9%

Ave. Retention Rate for Minorities

87.0%

86.7%

88.2%

90.9%

Ave. Retention Rate for Women

86.5%

86.4%

84.0%

92.9%

Ave. Retention Rate for Men (Non-minority and Non-working adults). Includes All White and International men.

70.0%

87.5%

100.0%

40.0%

Ave. Retention Rate for Part-Time Students

85.2%

85.0%

89.5%

85.7%

      

GRADUATION RATES

(Note: Graduation 4, 5  and 6 year rates are provided. Since new enrollment figures are fairly low, new enrollments for the full academic year are used for the graduation rate calculation.)

 

 

 

4 Year Rate

5 Year Rate

6 Year Rate

2008FA-2009SU Academic Year New Cohort

 

 

 

 

 

Ave. Graduation Rate for all Students   (N=44)

59.1%

70.5%

72.7%

Ave. Graduation Rate for Women   (N=28)

60.7%

78.6%

82.1%

Ave. Graduation Rate for Minorities  (N=34)

67.4%

79.4%

82.4%

2009FA-2010SU Academic Year New Cohort

 

 

 

 

 

Ave. Graduation Rate for all Students   (N=25)

56.0%

56.0%

60.0%

Ave. Graduation Rate for Women   (N=15)

53.3%

53.3%

60.0%

Ave. Graduation Rate for Minorities  (N=17)

58.8%

58.8%

64.7%

2010FA-2011SU Academic Year New Cohort

 

 

 

 

 

Ave. Graduation Rate for all Students    (N=16)

50.0%

50.0%

56.3%

Ave. Graduation Rate for Women   (N=7)

57.1%

57.1%

71.4%

Ave. Graduation Rate for Minorities  (N=6)

83.3%

83.3%

83.3%

2011FA-2012SU Academic Year New Cohort

 

 

 

 

 

Ave. Graduation Rate for all Students   (N=16)

50.0%

62.5%

75.0%

Ave. Graduation Rate for Women   (N=13)

46.2%

61.5%

76.9%

Ave. Graduation Rate for Minorities  (N=8)

50.0%

75.0%

75.0%

2012FA-2013SU Academic Year New Cohort

 

 

 

 

 

Ave. Graduation Rate for all Students   (N=14)

64.3%

85.7%

 

Ave. Graduation Rate for Women   (N=12)

66.7%

83.3%

 

Ave. Graduation Rate for Minorities  (N=11)

72.7%

90.9%

 

2013FA-2014SU Academic Year New Cohort

 

 

 

 

 

Ave. Graduation Rate for all Students   (N=11)

81.8%

 

 

Ave. Graduation Rate for Women   (N=7)

71.4%

 

 

Ave. Graduation Rate for Minorities  (N=2)

50.0%

 

 

      
      

**Note-Retention rates for the 2014-15 academic year only used the 2015 fall term in the calculation. The other two academic years used an academic year to academic year retention comparison.