J-School Stats

GRADUATION AND RETENTION RATES

ENROLLMENT BY GENDER AND ETHNICITY

Class of 2020
Total Enrolled: 111 students 
Female: 67 (60 percent) 
Male: 40 (36 percent) 
Other: 4 (4 percent) 
Asian: 12 (11 percent) 
Black: 17 (15 percent) 
Caucasian: 52 (47 percent) 
Hispanic: 28 (25 percent) 
Other: 2 (2 percent)
Students of Color (SOC) – 53%

Class of 2019
Total Enrolled: 133 students 
Female: 92 (68 percent) 
Male: 43 (32 percent) 
Other: N/A
Asian: 14 (10 percent) 
Black: 34 (25 percent) 
Caucasian: 60 (44 percent) 
Hispanic: 21 (16 percent) 
Other: 6 (5 percent)
SOC- 56%

Class of 2018
Total Enrolled: 101 students 
Female: 58 (58 percent) 
Male: 42 (42 percent) 
Other: N/A
Asian: 15 (15 percent) 
Black: 13 (13 percent) 
Caucasian: 45 (45 percent) 
Hispanic: 26 (26 percent) 
Other: 1 (1 percent)
SOC- 55%

Class of 2017
Total Enrolled: 111 students 
Female: 77 (69 percent) 
Male: 34 (31 percent) 
Other: N/A
Asian: 22 (20 percent) 
Black: 19 (17 percent) 
Caucasian: 44 (40 percent) 
Hispanic: 25 (23 percent) 
Other: 1 (1 percent)
SOC- 60%

Class of 2016
Total Enrolled: 124 students 
Female: 73 (59 percent) 
Male: 51 (41 percent) 
Other: N/A
Asian: 12 (10 percent) 
Black: 27 (22 percent) 
Caucasian: 64 (52 percent) 
Hispanic: 19 (15 percent) 
Other: 2 (2 percent)
SOC- 48%

ALUMNI EMPLOYMENT RATES

Percentage of graduates from our M.A.in Journalism program working full-time in journalism six months after graduation:

Class of 2018: 68 percent
Class of 2017: 63 percent
Class of 2016: 68 percent
Class of 2015: 82 percent
Class of 2014: 85 percent

Percentage of graduates from our M.A.in Social Journalism program working full-time in journalism six months after graduation:

Class of 2018: Did not have a class due to a change in the length of the program
Class of 2017: 82 percent
Class of 2016: 72 percent
Class of 2015: 82 percent (First cohort for this program)