POST-GRADUATION PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES
Design Career Services collects information from graduates regarding their professional plans following graduation. We report based on professional status six months following graduation. Highlights from 2014-2015:
- 96% of College of Design bachelor's degree recipients were employed, continuing their education, or were not seeking employment. Of the employed graduates, 94% had accepted full-time professional positions and 2% had accepted internships or contract positions in their field.
- 100% of College of Design master’s degree recipients were employed, continuing their education, or not seeking employment. Of the employed graduates, 95% had accepted full-time professional positions and 2% had accepted internships or contract position in their field.
- College of Design graduates have gone to work in 42 U.S. states and 11 countries in the past five years.
Post-graduation outcomes by major:
2014-2015 bachelor's degrees
2013-2014 bachelor's degrees
2014-2015 master's degrees
2013-2014 master's degrees
2014-2015 salary information
2013-2014 salary information
Employers of graduates from the past five reports:
Art & Design
Community & Regional Planning
Integrated Studio/Visual Arts