Aggregated Student Achievement Data
Aggregated Achievement Data for the
Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences
|Year||1st Year Retention Rate||2nd Year Retention Rate||3rd Year Retention Rate|
The graduation rate (150%) for Family and Consumer Sciences is 50% for the 2007 first time freshmen.
Human Nutrition and Food Program
Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD)
Licensing and Credentialing
- Over the past five years, the DPD program has had 9 students take the R.D. exam with 2 passing on the first attempt. (22% first time pass rate) and a one year pass rate of 22%.
- Over the past five years, the Dietetic Intern program has had 40 students take the R.D. exam with 27 passing on the first attempt. (68% first time pass rate) and a one year pass rate of 76%
- The department has an overall pass rate of 49% on licensing exams.
- The program's accreditation status with the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics is probationary.