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California State University, Long Beach
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
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Graduation and Retention Rates

 

Recent Graduation and Retention
Family and Consumer Sciences
First-Time Freshmen and Undergraduate Transfers
Semester of Entry Year Initial Cohort Count Graduated Grad within College Grad Rates Grad Rates within College Still Enrolled Still Enr within College Persist Rates Persist Rates within College Retention Rates Retention Rates within College
Fall 2009 4 - Year 81 65 61 80.25% 75.31% 3 3 3.70% 3.70% 83.95% 79.01%
Fall 2007 6 - Year 63 46 34 73.02% 53.97% 3 2 4.76% 3.17% 77.78% 57.14%
Fall 2009 4 - Year 52 37 33 71.15% 63.46% 8 9 15.38% 17.31% 86.54% 80.77%
Fall 2007 6 - Year 13 10 9 76.92% 69.23% 1 1 7.69% 7.69% 84.62% 76.92%
Total 144 111 95 77.1% 66.0% 15 15 10.4% 10.42% 87.5% 76.4%

Graduation rates are 66% for students who started in Fall 2007.

Retention rates are 76.4% for Family and Consumer Sciences students who started in Fall 2007.

Program's Summary of Candidate Testing
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH
Internship Program in Nutrition and Dietetics
Testing Year First Attempt in Calendar Year Repeat Administrations Within One Year
Testers Within One Year of First Attempt
Examinees Passed Admins Passed Examinees Passes
N N % N N N N %
2009 11 10 91 1 1 11 11 100
2010 12 12 100 0 0 12 12 100
2011 13 13 100 0 0 13 13 100
2012 11 11 100 0 0 11 11 100
2013 12 11 92 0 0 12 11 92
Total 59 97 97 1 1 59 58 98
**All data are accurate as of Decemeber 31 of the previous calendar year.