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2013/14 AY Student Achievement Data for Interior Design

Job Placement Rates. 31% of students in the 4th-Year Interior Design class began their in full-time, professional jobs in a field related to interior design and architecture in the same month they graduated.

  • 38% of the 2014 graduates secured employment within 1 months of their graduation
  • 92% of the 2014 graduates secured employment within 9 months of their graduation
  • As of May 2017, 100% of the 2014 graduating class are working in full-time, professional positions related to interior design and architecture or are in graduate school pursuing design related studies.
  • Some of the employing firms include Architects Plus (Cincinnati), AGI Architectural Group (Cincinnati), BHDP Architecture (Cincinnati), BHDM Design (NYC), The Cleary Company (Columbus), Design Lab (Cincinnati), Freedom Design (Akron), Gensler (Charlotte, NC), Miami University Planning Architecture & Engineering (Oxford), Mosaic Design Studio (Columbus), JMC Charleston (Charleston, SC), RNT Architects (San Diego), and SHP Leading Design (Cincinnati)

Acceptance into Graduate Programs. 100% of students from the 2014 graduating class who applied to graduate school were accepted.

Retention/Attrition.

  • Fourth-Year ID Class: 100% of the students in the 2013/14 Fourth-Year ID Class continued from the previous third year (100% retention/0% attrition rate).
  • Third-Year ID Class: 100% of the students in the 2013/14 Third-Year ID Class continued from the previous second year (100% retention/0% attrition rate).
  • Second-Year ID Class: 93% of the students in the 2013/14 Second-Year Class continued from the previous first year (93% retention rate/7% attrition rate).

- One student transferred to another program at Miami University

Graduation Rates. 100% of the 2014/15 Fourth-Year Interior Design class was awarded a BFA in interior design. Other related statistics for the 2014/15 Fourth-Year ID class:

  • 83% of the graduates earned their degree within 4 years of declaring the Interior Design major
  • The other 17% earned their degree within 3 years of transferring into the second-year Interior Design class