Biomedical Imaging MS Program Statistics

Demographics, Completion Rates, and Career Outcomes


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Career Outcomes by Five-Year Aggregates


  Graduating Classes 2015-2019
Academia 67.8% (59)
For-profit 10.3% (9)
Government 1.1% (1)
Non-profit 1.1% (1)
Unknown 19.5% (17)


  Graduating Classes 2015-2019
Further training or education 41.1% (36)
Health or research related 39.1% (34)
Primarily teaching 1.1% (1)
Unknown 18.4% (16)

Job Function Within Academia

Research staff 35.6% (21)
Completing MD degree 27.1% (16)
Completing PhD degree 13.6% (8)
Completing other professional degree 4.5% (5)
Pursing professional degree 11.9% (7)
Other health or research related 11.9% (7)

There are 87 students in the Graduating Classes 2015-2019.

Career outcomes of Biomedical Imaging MS Alumni presented by Sector, Career Type, and Job Functions within the Academia Sector.

Why 5-Year Aggregates?

To ensure anonymity: Our Master's programs have relatively small numbers of graduates in a given year. Individual student outcomes would be identifiable if the data were disaggregated by both year and program.

The data are more meaningful: Master's students do not move through their programs in true cohorts; instead, they may graduate at different times. Grouping graduates over 5-year periods means that idiosyncratic outcomes are reflected only in the context of more typical outcomes, giving prospective grads a more realistic picture of their own possible career trajectories.

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