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Retention, Graduation, and Placement Data
2002 Entering Class:
12 students entered program, 2 currently enrolled, 9 graduates (as of Fall 2011)
2003 Entering Class: 11 students entered program, 10 graduates (as of Fall 2011)
2004 Entering Class: 9 students entered program, 3 currently enrolled, 5 graduates (as of Fall 2011)
2005 Entering Class: 11 students entered program, 5 currently enrolled, 6 graduates (as of Fall 2011)
2006 Entering Class: 12 students entered program, 7 currently enrolled, 2 graduates (as of Fall 2011)
Time to Graduation
Average time from enrollment to graduation for students who graduated 2002-2011: 6.5 years.
Of the 32 graduates from the 2002-2006 entering classes, 23 have gained employment as faculty members (72%), 2 are employed in the area of university administration (6%), 2 are employed in ministerial positions (6%), and the employment status of the remaining 5 alumni (16%) is categorized as "other" (as of Fall 2011).
Placement of the 25 graduates employed in institutions of higher education is distributed among the following universities or colleges (as of Fall 2011):
Abilene Christian University, Augustanta College, Baptist Seminary of Kentucky, Baylor University, Campbell University Divinity School, Carson-Newman College, East Texas Baptist University, Freed Hardman University, Gardner-Webb School of Divinity, Judson College, Louisiana College, Lubbock Christian University, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Southeast Asia Bible Seminary, Stillman University, Truett Seminary, United Theological Seminary, and Valparaiso University.