Every year, the Office of Institutional Research & Effectiveness, with the assistance of the Career Services Center (CSC), surveys University degree recipients to ascertain students' post-UD employment and educational plans. This report summarizes the career and educational plans of students who completed their degree requirements at the University of Delaware between Summer 2011 and Spring 2012 (2115, 2118, 2121, and 2123). The Career Plans Survey was administered to all undergraduate and graduate degree recipients through a combination of 1) Survey cards distributed at select college convocations and 2) an online survey. See Appendix A for a copy of the Career Plans Survey card administered at the College of Engineering convocation. After the Survey cards were distributed at select college convocation ceremonies in May 2012, a personalized email from each student’s Dean providing graduates the URL of the 2012 Career Plans Survey (http://www.udel.edu/IR/cplans2012) was sent to all undergraduate and graduate degree recipients in January 2013. Follow-ups were sent to graduates via email with the survey’s URL in March and June 2013. Additionally, the CSC webpage linked to the survey’s URL to assist with data collection. Data obtained from all of the above sources are incorporated in the results.
For the 2012 cohort, the overall response rate for baccalaureate degree recipients was approximately 36 percent; for graduate degree recipients it was approximately 24 percent. The data available on this website reflect the structure of the seven undergraduate and graduate colleges in place during the 2011-12 academic year.
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