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Program Effectiveness Data

A paper copy of the Program Effectiveness Data is available upon request to info@jpu.edu.
Reporting Period from July 1 through June 30 unless otherwise noted.

Master of Science in Medical Dosimetry

Five- year average credentialing examination (Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board exam) pass rate of not less than 75% at first attempt within twelve months of graduation.

YearPass RateNo. of Students
2015 (Jan.-Dec.)100%1 of 1 Passed (BS & MS)
2016 (Jan.-Dec.)92%11 of 12 Passed (BS & MS)
2017 (Jan.-Dec.)62%16 of 26 Passed (BS & MS); 3 passed on second attempt.
201775%12 of 16 Passed (BS & MS); 1 passed on second attempt.
2018 (Jan.-Dec.)87%13 of 15 Passed
2019 (Jan.-Dec.)50%6 of 12 Passed. 2 passed on second attempt.

5-Year Average: No data available

Five-year average job placement rate of not less than 75% within twelve months of graduation.

YearPlacement RateNumber of Students
2017 (Jan.-Dec.)83%15 of 18 Employed
2017 81%13 of 16 Employed; 15 of 16 graduates seeking employment
2018 (Jan.-Dec.)92%11 of 12 Employed (2017 graduates)
2019 (Jan.-Dec.)89%16 of 18 Employed (2018 graduates)

5-Year Average: No data available

Program Completion rate is defined as the number of students who complete the program within 150% of the stated Program length.

YearCompletion RateNumber of Students
2017 (Jan.-Dec.)94%17 of 18 graduates in 2017
2018 (Jan.-Dec.)100%25 of 25 graduates in 2018
2019 (Jan.-Dec.)100%17 of 17 graduates in 2019

Retention Rate is defined as the number of students available for graduation compared to the total number of enrolled students for the reporting period for each cohort.

YearRetention RateNumber of Students
2017 (Jan.-Dec.)87%61 of 70 students; 9 students withdrew from the program voluntarily or involuntarily.
2017
87%60 of 69 students; 9 students withdrew from the program voluntarily or involuntarily.
2018 (Jan.-Dec.)91%30 of 33 students (2018 cohorts); 3 students withdrew from the program voluntarily or involuntarily.
2019 (Jan.-Dec.)93%26 of 28 students (2019 cohorts); 2 students withdrew from the program voluntarily or involuntarily.

Bachelor of Science in Medical Dosimetry

Five- year average credentialing examination (Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board exam) pass rate of not less than 75% at first attempt within twelve months of graduation.

YearPass RateNumber of Students
2015 (Jan.-Dec.)100%1 of 1 Passed (BS & MS)
2016 (Jan.-Dec.)92%11 of 12 Passed (BS & MS)
2017 (Jan.-Dec.)62%16 of 26 Passed (BS & MS). 3 passed on second attempt.
201775%12 of 16 Passed (BS & MS). 1 passed on second attempt.
2018 (Jan.-Dec.)75%9 of 12 Passed
2019 (Jan.-Dec.)64%9 of 14 Passed. 1 passed on second attempt.

5-Year Average: No data available

Five-year average job placement rate of not less than 75% within twelve months of graduation.

YearPlacement RateNumber of Students
2017 (Jan.-Dec.)90%9 of 10 Employed; 10 of 10 graduates seeking employment
2017
82%9 of 11 Employed. 11 of 11 graduates seeking employment
2018 (Jan.-Dec.)90%9 of 10 Employed. (2017 graduates)
2019 (Jan.-Dec.)91%20 of 22 Employed. (2018 graduates)

5-Year Average: No data available

Program Completion rate is defined as the number of students who complete the program within 150% of the stated Program length.

YearCompletion Rate
Number of Students
2017 (Jan.-Dec.)100%10 of 10 graduates in 2017
2018 (Jan.-Dec.)100%23 of 23 graduates in 2018
2019 (Jan.-Dec.)100%19 of 19 graduates in 2019

Retention Rate is defined as the number of students available for graduation compared to the total number of enrolled students for the reporting period for each cohort.

YearRetention RateNumber of Students
2017 (Jan.-Dec.)93%52 of 56 students; 4 students withdrew from the program voluntarily or involuntarily.
2017 96%52 of 54 students; 2 students withdrew from the program voluntarily or involuntarily.
2018 (Jan.-Dec.)95%20 of 21 students (2018 cohorts); 1 student withdrew from the program voluntarily or involuntarily.
2019 (Jan.-Dec.)75%12 of 16 students (2019 cohorts); 4 students withdrew from the program voluntarily or involuntarily.

MS Medical Physics Program

MS Nanomedicine Program

MS Medical Health Physics Program

BS Radiation Therapy Program


Placement of Employment

Graduates of John Patrick University of Health and Applied Sciences are considered placed in employment through one of the following three criteria:

  • Placement by TitleThe student’s job title is consistent with a published list of titles for which the program prepares students.
  • Placement by SkillsSkills taught in the program of study are consistent with skills required by the graduate’s position.
  • Placement by BenefitsStudent attestation, either written or verbal, stating they received a benefit from the program of study that served as a catalyst in obtaining or maintaining their position.

This information is obtained from Placement Verification Information requested from graduates as well as Graduate Satisfaction Surveys and Graduate Employer Surveys received. Retention and Placement Rates per program are evaluated and updated annually from July 1 of the previous year to June 30 of the following year. Placement rates include graduation dates no less than six months prior to June 30.