The Career Development and Student Success Center at Presbyterian College surveyed graduates who completed a bachelor’s degree in the 2014-2015 academic year to ascertain their post-graduation plans. 243 students were surveyed from April through November 2015.

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95 percent graduate outcomes in 2015 First Pursuits

243 GRADUATES SURVEYED 96% KNOWLEDGE RATE*

 

*The term “knowledge rate” defines the percent of graduates for which PC has reasonable information concerning the graduates’ post graduation career outcomes and may come directly from the graduates via survey or telephone and through other sources (e.g. LinkedIn profiles, other online sources, faculty, employers, fellow graduates, or parents).

SELECT EMPLOYMENT DESTINATIONS

For the class of 2015 Arts and Sciences Graduates

Aerotek Michelin
AmeriCorps Northwestern Mutual
Cintas Corporation Piedmont Medical Center
City Year-San Antonio Savannah Marriott
Clinton School District Target
Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Verizon
Looking Glass Theatre Company Wells Fargo
SELECT GRADUATE SCHOOL DESTINATION

For the class of 2015 Arts and Sciences Graduates

Auburn University Reformed Theological Seminary
Clemson University Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Florida State University University of North Carolina
Medical University of South Carolina University of South Carolina
Mercer Law School Wake Forest
Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy Wingate Pharmacy School
TOP GRADUATE PROGRAMS

More than a quarter of the 2015 graduates opted to pursue graduate studies immediately after earning their baccalaureate degrees. Breakdown by programs:

Discipline
Graduates
Percentages
Accounting 8 11%
Business (MBA, Int. Studies) 0 0%
Education 3 4%
Humanities 3 4%
Law 7 10%
Math/Science 6 8%
Medical/Pharmacy 23 33%
Nursing 0 0%
Optometry 0 0%
Other 2 3%
Physical/Occupational Therapies 3 4%
Public Administration 0 0%
Seminary 2 3%
Social Sciences 11 16%
Speech Pathology 2 3%
Veterinary 1 1%