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School Comparison of Recent College Graduates by Program of Study (CIP)
 
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CIPCode Program of Study (CIP) Total Grads PCT Empld. Qtly. Wages Total Grads PCT Empld. Qtly. Wages Total Grads PCT Empld. Qtly. Wages Total Grads PCT Empld. Qtly. Wages
00 Total - All Programs 7,329   74.7%  $10,313  6,720   73.1%  $7,995               
01 Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences        32   46.9%  $3,660               
03 Natural Resources and Conservation        16   50.0%  $5,837               
04 Architecture and Related Services                            
05 Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender, and Group Studies 18   55.6%  $7,680  7   57.1%  $6,419               
09 Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs 395   71.9%  $6,835  78   67.9%  $5,821               
10 Communications Technologies/technicians and Support Services        10   50.0%  $5,606               
11 Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services 198   67.7%  $13,236  166   68.7%  $8,416               
12 Personal and Culinary Services        65   87.7%  $5,797               
13 Education 1,321   80.1%  $14,030  326   78.2%  $6,534               
14 Engineering 56   89.3%  $15,062  97   70.1%  $6,912               
15 Engineering Technologies and Engineering-related Fields 101   86.1%  $14,204  471   71.8%  $11,629               
16 Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 62   71.0%  $7,950  6   66.7%  $7,899               
19 Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences        126   81.7%  $5,365               
21 Technology Education/Industrial Arts                            
22 Legal Professions and Studies        57   82.5%  $8,151               
23 English Language and Literature/Letters 270   74.1%  $6,193  1   0.0%                 
24 Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 351   72.1%  $8,394  2,387   68.0%  $6,255               
25 Library Science 35   68.6%  $12,387  1   100.0%  $6,816               
26 Biological and Biomedical Sciences 271   67.9%  $6,665  5   60.0%  $2,762               
27 Mathematics and Statistics 115   67.0%  $10,381                      
28 Military Science, Leadership and Operational Art                            
29 Military Technologies and Applied Sciences                            
30 Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies 70   72.9%  $6,856  20   80.0%  $5,144               
31 Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies 164   73.2%  $6,635  66   66.7%  $5,264               
32 Basic Skills and Developmental/Remedial Education        28   50.0%  $5,755               
33 Citizenship Activities                            
34 Health-Related Knowledge and Skills                            
35 Interpersonal and Social Skills                            
36 Leisure and Recreational Activities                            
37 Personal Awareness and Self-improvement                            
38 Philosophy and Religious Studies 11   54.5%  $7,738                      
39 Theology and Religious Vocations                            
40 Physical Sciences 104   72.1%  $9,308  19   73.7%  $5,912               
41 Science Technologies/Technicians        18   55.6%  $4,454               
42 Psychology 587   75.6%  $7,028                      
43 Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services 151   70.2%  $8,796  378   78.3%  $7,583               
44 Public Administration and Social Service Professions 280   77.1%  $7,864  73   80.8%  $7,696               
45 Social Sciences 518   72.8%  $7,475                      
46 Construction Trades                            
47 Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians        68   73.5%  $11,443               
48 Precision Production        244   79.1%  $8,617               
49 Transportation and Materials Moving                            
50 Visual and Performing Arts 243   65.0%  $5,669  209   62.2%  $4,570               
51 Health Professions and Related Programs 723   76.6%  $14,320  1,529   82.1%  $10,872               
52 Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services 1,197   75.1%  $11,054  1,243   71.3%  $8,287               
53 High School/secondary Diplomas and Certificates                            
54 History 196   74.0%  $7,710                      
60 Residency Programs                            
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