Success follows graduates of Miami's regional campuses

88.3 percent of new alumni employed or in school

Miami Regional graduatesThe College of Professional Studies and Applied
Sciences is housed on Miami's regional campuses
and includes programs in criminal justice, engineering
technology, health information technology, integrative
studies and nursing.

Among 2013-2014 graduates of Miami University's College of Professional Studies and Applied Sciences, 88.3 percent were employed or enrolled in school as of fall 2014. In two of the programs - criminal justice and engineering technology - the rate was 100 percent.

Among regional campus graduates currently employed or who have accepted job offers:

  • 25.6 percent reported receiving three or more job offers.
  • 18.2 percent reported they were in positions or had accepted job offers that paid $50,000-$69,999 per year.
  • 9 percent reported annual salaries of $70,000 or higher.

Among alumni currently working, 73.6 percent were in positions that required a college degree - 59.5 percent in positions requiring a bachelor's degree.

"This first analysis of our alumni and the paths they are taking after graduation is another major step forward at the Regionals," said G. Michael Pratt, associate
provost and dean of the college. "We have been confident in the education and life preparation that students receive at the Regionals, and now data support the high quality of our programs.

"Further, these data allow us to benchmark and to look ahead to adding more majors and bachelor's degrees in line with the state of Ohio's goal of making bachelor's degrees more available through Ohio's regional campuses to meet the needs of Ohio employers."

The College of Professional Studies and Applied Sciences is housed on Miami's regional campuses and includes programs in criminal justice, engineering technology, health information technology, integrative studies and nursing.

This study was a joint effort between the regional dean's office and Miami's office of institutional research.

The data gathered indicated that 94.9 percent of the graduates were living in Ohio.

Several of the college's alumni are pursuing additional education - 8.3 percent were enrolled in school, either at the graduate level (master's, professional and doctoral degree programs) or pursuing additional undergraduate study.

At its February meeting, Miami's board of trustees approved the establishment of a new bachelor of science in information technology with a new major in information technology for the college. Also approved, and to be available completely online, are new bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees in liberal studies within the college's department of integrative studies. Both programs are now at the Ohio Board of Regents for final approval.

There were 254 graduates last year from Miami's Regionals. Data for the study was collected through an online survey of graduates, a phone survey, searches of online Linkedin profiles, Miami's Graduation Survey and the National Student Clearinghouse. Efforts resulted in educational placement data for 100 percent of the alumni and career placement data for 63 percent of alumni (excluding those enrolled in graduate/professional school).
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    Voice of America Learning Center

    Located midway between Cincinnati and Dayton along I-75, the Voice of America Learning Center (VOALC) offers undergraduate and graduate courses and programs drawn from Miami's Regional and Oxford campuses. Home to Miami's MBA program, the Learning Center provides ready access to graduate programs for area educators and courses leading to the BIS degree for undergraduates.

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    Miami University Middletown Campus

    Nestled on 141 acres near I-75, Miami University Middletown offers bachelor's degrees, associate degrees, and beginning coursework for most four-year degrees. Nearby Greentree Health Science Academy immerses Miami's nursing and health information technology students in the health care experience while taking classes.

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