First Destination Report 2017 | Presbyterian College | Career Development

This data was collected by the Career Development and Student Success Center and is based on a response/knowledge rate of 88% of the College’s 216 graduates who completed their undergraduate degree in August 2016, December 2016 or May 2017.


For the class of 2017 Arts and Sciences Graduates

Aerotek* Laurens School Districts 55/56
Allstate* Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation
Beacon Hill Technologies* PURE Insurance*
[bu:st] LLC* Shellpoint Mortgage Servicing*
Colonial Life* Sonoco Company
Covenant Presbyterian Church Target Corporation
Herc Rentals, Inc.* University of South Carolina

*Recruited on campus


For the class of 2017 Arts and Sciences Graduates

Anderson University* Texas A&M University
Clemson University* University of Georgia
Cornell University University of South Carolina*
Elon University University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University University of Tennessee
Medical College of Georgia Winthrop University*
Medical University of SC Vanderbilt University
Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy

*Recruited on campus


More than a quarter of the 2017 graduates opted to pursue graduate studies immediately after earning their baccalaureate degrees. Breakdown by programs:

Accounting 14%
Business (MBA, Int. Studies) 7%
Education 5%
Law 14%
Medicine 7%
Nursing 5%
Pharmacy 5%
Philosophy 5%
Social Work 5%
Speech Pathology 3%
Veterinary 5%

The Career Development and Student Success Center at Presbyterian College surveyed graduates who completed a bachelor’s degree to ascertain their post-graduation plans.

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