Aggregated Student Achievement Data

Aggregated Achievement Data for the
Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences


RETENTION RATE

Year 1st Year Retention Rate 2nd Year Retention Rate 3rd Year Retention Rate
2011 73.7% 68.4% 47.4%
2012 71.4% 64.3% 
 
2013 82.4%    
Average 75.8% 66.4% 47.4%

    

GRADUATION 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.