Student Achievement Data

Admissions and outcomes data for the most recent 3 years is provided for prospective students.

 

Effective August 1, 2011, the ETS implemented the largest revision in their history of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). Prior to August 1, 2011 the exam included verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing. No changes were made to the analytical writing section of the exam. However, the test result scales for the verbal and quantitative reasoning subtests were substantially revised. Previously, the scores ranged from 200-800 in 10-point increments. The new scale ranges from 130-170 with 1-point increments. ETS published verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning concordance tables to permit comparison of score values in both test versions. The values in the table below represent the mean scores for the entering fall 2011 class (using the older version of the GRE), the percentile rank (same for both versions), and the translation of equivalent values in the new test version scale.


Graduate Student Admission Data

Admission Year  Number of Students Entering Program Average GPA  Average GRE (Verbal + Math)  Average GRE Writing
 Speech-Language Pathology Master's Degree
2017 48 3.8 306 4.3
2016 48 3.78 301 4.2
2015 47 3.75 313 4.5

 Graduate Student Retention and Graduation Data

Reporting Period # Completed within Expected Time Frame % Completed within Expected Time Frame

 Speech-Language Pathology Master's Degree

On-time Program Completion Rates

FA16-SU17 47 100%
FA15-SU16 44 100%
FA14-SU15 43 100%

Praxis Examination Pass Rate and Employment Data

Reporting Period #  Taking Praxis Exam # Passed Exam % Passed Exam

Speech-Language Pathology Master's Degree 

Praxis Examination Pass Rates of Test-Takes

FA16-SU17 47 47 100%
FA15-SU16 44 44 100%
FA14-SU15 43 43 100%
Reporting Period Employment Rate in Profession

Speech-Language Pathology Master's Degree 

Employment Rates of Graduation

FA16-SU17
100%

FA16-SU17

100%

FA16-SU17


100%