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Career Services

Employment & Salary Statistics

Design Career Services collects information from graduates regarding their professional plans following graduation. We report based on professional status six months following graduation. Highlights from 2017-2018:

  • 95% of College of Design bachelor’s degree recipients were employed or continuing their education. Of the employed graduates, 92% had accepted full-time professional positions and 4% had accepted internships or contract positions in their field.
  • 94% of College of Design master’s degree recipients were employed or continuing their education. Of the employed graduates, 100% had accepted full-time professional positions in their field.

Post-graduation outcomes by major: 

2017-2018 bachelor’s degrees
2016-2017 bachelor’s degrees
2015-2016 bachelor’s degrees
2014-2015 bachelor’s degrees

2017-2018 master’s degrees
2016-2017 master’s degrees
2015-2016 master’s degrees
2014-2015 master’s degrees

2017-2018 starting salaries
2016-2017 starting salaries
2015-2016 starting salaries
2014-2015 starting salaries

Employers of graduates from the past five reports: 

Architecture
Art & Visual Culture
Community & Regional Planning
Graphic Design
Industrial Design
Interdisciplinary Design
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture

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