Graduation by the Numbers

Each year we grant about 8,500 degrees to our students.

April 2017 Graduation Statistics

The statistics for 2017 are not yet available. They will be available and posted in June.

December 2016 Graduating Class

Type of Degree

Average Age

# of Graduates

Bachelor Degree

25.0 1361

Master Degree

29.0

134

Doctor Degree

33.8

32

All Graduates

25.5

1527

Total graduates by gender: 770 (50.9%) male and 743 (49.1%) female

The oldest student to receive a Bachelor Degree is 72 years old.

State or country of origin: Graduates came from 47 states, 2 territories, and 42 foreign countries.

Undergraduates receiving bachelor degrees by college in December 2016:

   

Life Sciences

230

16.90%

Family, Home and Social Sciences

288 21.16%

Management

221 16.24%

Engineering and Technology

82 6.02%

Fine Arts and Communications

162 11.90%

Humanities

106 7.79%

Physical and Mathematical Sciences

112 8.23%

Education

71 5.22%

International and Area Studies

34 2.50%

Nursing

55 4.04%

Total number of undergraduates

1361

 

August 2016 Graduating Class

Type of Degree

Average Age

# of Graduates

Bachelor Degree

25.8

702

Master Degree

33.6 204

Doctor Degree

34.3 39

All Graduates

27.8 945

Total degrees by gender: 483 (51.5%) are male and 455 (48.5%) are female

The oldest student to receive a Bachelor Degree is 71 years old.

State or country of origin: Graduates came from 44 states, 0 territories, and 23 foreign countries.

Undergraduates receiving bachelor degrees by college in August 2016:

   

Life Sciences

141

20.09%

Family, Home and Social Sciences

150 21.37%

Management

64 9.12%

Engineering and Technology

39 5.56%

Fine Arts and Communications

116 16.52%

Humanities

74 10.54%

Physical and Mathematical Sciences

62 8.83%

Education

31 4.42%

International and Area Studies

23 3.28%

Nursing

2 0.28%

Total number of undergraduates

702