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Wright Graduate University annually publishes a compilation of required disclosures for consumers, including information about graduation rates, employment, privacy policies, copyright, drug and alcohol use, harassment, campus safety and security, and many other topics. For more information, please see the 2017 Annual Consumer Information Report.

 

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Potential Occupations Based on SOC Codes

For Gainful Employment (GE) information available to consumers as required by the Department of Education, click on the name of each program below:

Program Credential Level CIP Code SOC Code Potential Occupations
Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership & Coaching Master of Arts 44.0000

11-9151.00

Social and Community Service Managers

Doctor of Education  in Transformational Leadership & Coaching Doctor of Education 44.0000 11-9151.00 Social and Community Service Managers
Graduate Certificate in Emotional Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching Graduate Certificate 44.0000 11-9151.00 Social and Community Service Managers
Graduate Certificate in Social Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching Graduate Certificate 44.0000 11-9151.00 Social and Community Service Managers
Graduate Certificate in Transformational Leadership Graduate Certificate 44.0000 11-9151.00 Social and Community Service Managers
Graduate Certificate in Transformational Coaching Graduate Certificate 44.0000 11-9151.00 Social and Community Service Managers

Placement Rates by Campus Accountability Report (CAR) year

(July 1 – June 30 for each year listed)
 

Program CAR14 CAR15 CAR16
Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership & Coaching 100% 100% 100%
Doctor of Education in Transformational Leadership & Coaching N/A N/A 100%
Graduate Certificate in Emotional Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching N/A N/A N/A
Graduate Certificate in Social Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching 100% N/A 100%
Graduate Certificate in Transformational Leadership N/A N/A N/A
Graduate Certificate in Transformational Coaching N/A N/A 67%

ACICS Placement Methodology:

Graduate Population: The number of graduates between the 12 month period of 7/1 of one year to 6/30 of the next (7/1/15 to 6/30/16 is represented as CAR16 data).

Calculation: The number of the graduate population employed in their field based on job titles, skills, or benefit of the training by 11/1 following the CAR year, divided by (the total number of graduates during the period, minus those who are unavailable for work due to medical, continuing education, active military, VISA or incarceration).

Example: If 10  students graduated, and of these, 5 were placed in their field on or before 11/1 following the CAR year, and 3 decided to continue their education, the placement rate would be calculated as: 5/(10-3)=71%

Any student who is considered a graduate of one program but is continuing their education in another program during the same CAR year will NOT be considered for placement in the original program they graduated from.

This methodology allows for one-time placement of each student upon completion of their final program and exit from the school.
In the event of a student’s withdrawal from an additional program but successful completion of a (lesser) program, the student will be recorded as a graduate and their placement reported in their final completed program.

 

Example 1
A student enrolls in the Master’s program and concurrently enrolls in the graduate certificate programs. In his sixth month of enrollment, he graduates from the Social Intelligence certificate. Because he is still completing the Master’s program, he is not considered for placement. At the end of the full 27 months, he graduates from the Master’s program and is tracked in the Master’s program’s placement data.

 

Example 2
A student enrolls in the Master’s program and concurrently enrolls in the graduate certificate programs. In his first six months of enrollment, he graduates from the Graduate Certificate in Social Intelligence program (SI). In the seventh month he withdraws from the University and does not complete any other program. Because he has completed the SI certificate, he is tracked in the SI program’s placement data only.

 

Example 3
A student enrolls in the Master’s program and concurrently enrolls in the graduate certificate programs. In his sixth month of enrollment, he graduates from the Graduate Certificate in Emotional Intelligence program (EI) and in his ninth month he graduates from the Graduate Certificate in Transformational Coaching (TC) program. In the tenth month he drops from the University and does not complete any other program. Because he has completed the TC certificate last, he is tracked for placement in that program.

 

Retention Rates by Campus Accountability Report (CAR) year

(July 1 – June 30 for each year listed)
 

Program CAR14 CAR15 CAR16
Master of Arts  in Transformational Leadership & Coaching 77% 74% 82%
Doctor of Education in Transformational Leadership & Coaching 100% 100% 100%
Graduate Certificate in Emotional Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching 100% 79% 75%
Graduate Certificate in Social Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching 94% 86% 92%
Graduate Certificate in Transformational Leadership 100% 92% 90%
Graduate Certificate in Transformational Coaching 100% 76% 81%

ACICS Retention Methodology:

Student Population: The total number of students who attended between the 12 month period of 7/1 of one year to 6/30 of the next (7/1/15 to 6/30/16 is represented as CAR15 data).

Calculation: The student population minus any student who withdrew divided by the student population.

Example: If 10 students attended during the 12 month period, and 2 withdrew during the period, (10-2)/10= 80% retention rate.
 





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