Grad Survey Facts

College of Arts & Sciences 2013-2014 Graduates

The 2013-2014 Graduate Survey Report is based on information reported within six months of graduation by 147 of the 167 graduates, which constitutes 88% of the graduating class.

Of the 147 graduates that survey information was collected for, 98.6% continued their education or accepted full-time career positions:

  • 23% (34) are continuing their education, most often through graduate or professional schools
  • 75.5% (111) are employed in full-time positions
  • 4.8% (7) are both employed and continuing their education (also included in the statistics above)
  • Less than 1% (1) is seeking full-time employment
  • Less than 1% (1) is neither employed nor seeking full-time employment or continuing education

From the respondents’ information, 20 professional and graduate school programs accepted 2013-2014 Baker University graduates. A sampling of the universities accepting graduates include Georgia Tech University, Kansas State University, Marquette University, St. Louis University, Texas A&M University, University of Aberdeen in Scotland, University of Arkansas, University of Kansas, University of Kansas School of Medicine, University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Law, Vanderbilt University and Washburn University School of Law.

A sampling of employers hiring 2013-2014 Baker University College of Arts and Sciences and Undergraduate School of Education graduates includes Bert Nash Community Health, Burns & McDonnell, Cerner Corporation, Hershey Corporation, KPMG, Miami Seaquariam, Perceptive Software (Lexmark), Waddell & Reed.

College of Arts & Sciences 2012-2013 Graduates

The 2012-2013 Graduate Survey Report is based on information reported within six months of graduation by 151 of the 193 graduates, which constitutes 79% of the graduating class.

Of the 151 that survey information was collected on, 97.4% continued their education or accepted full-time career positions:

  • 21.9% (33) are continuing their education, most often through graduate or professional schools
  • 77.5% (117) are employed in full-time positions
  • 2% (3) are both employed and continuing their education (also included in the statistics above)
  • 2.6% (4) are seeking full-time employment

From the respondents' information, 21 professional and graduate school programs accepted 2012-2013 Baker University graduates. A sampling of the universities accepting graduates include American University in Washington, D.C, George Mason University, Texas Christian University, The Ohio State University, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Kansas, University of Kansas School of Law, University of Kansas School of Medicine, University of Minnesota, University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Dentistry, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Washburn University School of Law, Webster University in Vienna, Austria, Wichita State University.

A sampling of employers hiring 2012-2013 Baker University College of Arts and Sciences and Undergraduate School of Education graduates includes BKD, Cerner Corporation, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Kiewit, KPMG, Lockton Companies, Peace Corp, PricewaterhouseCoopers, State Street.