Human Services Program Data


HUMAN SERVICES HEADCOUNTS

  •               
    Spring 2018
    Fall 2018
    Spring 2019
    Fall 2019
    Spring 2020
  • Human Services Majors
    121
    122
    119
    117
    132
  • Human Services Interest
    147
    156
    145
    156
    128

*Spring 2020 Preliminary Data


DEMOGRAPHICS -  SPRING 2019

  • Gender
     Percent Male
    Percent Female
  • Human Services
    5.88
    94.1
  • Human Services - Interest
    9.66
    90.3
  • Human Services Majors Race
    PCT
    Human Services -Interest Race
     PCT
  • Asian
    1.68
    Asian
    2.76
  • Black
    27.73
    Black
    22.07
  • Hispanic
    5.88
    Hispanic
    8.97
  • Multiracial
    5.88
    Multiracial
    4.83
  • Unknown/Undeclared
    1.68
    Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
    0.69
  • White
    57.14
    Unknown/Undeclared
    3.45
  •  
     
    White
    56.55

HUMAN SERVICES DEGREES CONFERRED BY PROGRAM AND ACADEMIC YEAR

  • Human Services Graduates
  • 2019
    73
  • 2018
    77
  • 2017
    82
  • 2016
    123
  • 2015
    93

CAREER SERVICES 2017-2018 DATA*

  • Career Outcomes
    PCT
  • Continuing Education
    5.14
  • Military
    0.76
  • Not Seeking
    1.08
  • Starting a New Business
    0.02
  • Still Looking
    31.86
  • Volunteering
    0.24
  • Working
    60.91

*Number of Students completing the survey was not available


CERTIFIED NONPROFIT PROFESSIONALS (CNP) 1998-2019

  • Category of Student
    Number of CNP Awarded
  • Post Baccalaureate
    2
  • Professional Development
    2
  • Graduate Student
    4
  • Undergraduate Seeking Baccalaureate Degree
    120
  • TOTAL
    128
  • Kennesaw State 100 PERCENT OF HUMAN SERVICES GRADUATES
     
    • 100 PERCENT OF HUMAN SERVICES GRADUATES
      Participate in Experiential Education i.e., Internship Experiences
      Each student completed 450 Hours 

    • 100 PERCENT OF CNP CERTIFICATE GRADUATES
      Participated in Experiential Education i.e., Internship Experiences
      Each student completed a minimum of 300 Hours

    ADMISSIONS CATEGORIES 

    • Spring 2019
      First Time
      Transfer
      Unknown
    • Human Services Majors (%)
      46.72
      2.46
      50.82
    • Human Services Interest (%)
      51.92
      2.56
      45.51
    • Fall 2018
      First Time
      Transfer
      Unknown
    • Human Services Majors (%)
      --
      --
      --
    • Human Services Interest (%)
      --
      --
      --
    • Fall 2017
      First Time
      Transfer
      Unknown
    • Human Services Majors (%)
      61.7
      37.6
      0.8
    • Human Services Interest (%)
      57.8
      40.5
      1.7
    • Fall 2016
      First Time
      Transfer
      Unknown
    • Human Services Majors (%)
      46.9
      51.7
      1.4
    • Human Services Interest (%)
      60.4
      38.5
      1.1
    • Fall 2015
      First Time
      Transfer
      Unknown
    • Human Services Majors (%)
      44.8
      53.8
      1.3
    • Human Services Interest (%)
      42
      57.1
      0.8

    ENROLLMENT STATUS

    • Human Services
      Fall 2011
      Fall 2012
      Fall 2013
      Fall 2014
      Fall 2015
      Fall 2016
      Fall 2017
      Fall 2018
      Spring 2019
    • Full Time (%)
      77.2
      73.9
      69.4
      74.4
      74
      80.7
      87.2
      --
      89.34
    • Part Time (%)
      22.8
      26.1
      30.6
      25.6
      26
      19.3
      12.8
      --
      10.66
    • Human Services Interest
      Fall 2011
      Fall 2012
      Fall 2013
      Fall 2014
      Fall 2015
      Fall 2016
      Fall 2017
      Fall 2018
      SPRING 2019
    • Full Time (%)
      67.7
      67.1
      73
      73.9
      68.1
      77
      76.9
      --
      77.56
    • Part Time (%)
      32.3
      32.9
      27
      26.1
      31.9
      23
      23.1
      --
      22.44

    HUMAN SERVICES RETENTION RATES

    • Retention Rates After-
      Fall
      Headcount
      Adjusted
      Cohort
      1 Year
      2 Years
      3 Years
    •  
      2007
      7
      7
      71.4
      42.9
      42.9
    •  
      2008
      6
      6
      100.0
      66.7
      66.7
    •  
      2009
      5
      5
      100.0
      80.0
      60.0
    •  
      2010
      12
      12
      75.0
      58.3
      50.0
    •  
      2011
      1
      1
      100.0
      100.0
      100.0
    •  
      2012
      7
      7
      71.4
      71.4
      57.1
    •  
      2013
      10
      10
      70.0
      60.0
      40.0
    •  
      2014
      5
      5
      80.0
      80.0
      60.0
    •  
      2015
      11
      11
      81.8
      63.6
      63.6
    •  
      2016
      21
      21
      85.7
      66.7
      --
    •  
      2017
      16
      16
      75.0
      --
      --
    •  
      2018
      18
      18
      --
      --
      --

    Note: Retention Rates are calculated from those students who initially matriculated as first time full time freshman.


    HUMAN SERVICES GRADUATION RATES

    • Cohort
      Fall
      Headcount
      Adjusted Cohort
    •  
      2007
      7
      7
    •  
      2008
      6
      6
    •  
      2009
      5
      5
    •  
      2010
      12
      12
    •  
      2011
      1
      1
    •  
      2012
      7
      7
    •  
      2013
      10
      10
    •  
      2014
      5
      5
    •  
      2015
      11
      11
    •  
      2016
      21
      21
    •  
      2017
      16
      16
    •  
      2018
      18
      18

    Note: Graduation rates are calculated from those students who initially matriculated as first time full time freshman.

    Cumulative Graduation After 4 Years

    • Fall
      Graduated
      Retained
    • 2007
      28.6
      28.6
    • 2008
      33.3
      50.0
    • 2009
      0.0
      20.0
    • 2010
      25.0
      33.3
    • 2011
      100.0
      0.0
    • 2012
      28.6
      14.3
    • 2013
      20.0
      10.0
    • 2014
      20.0
      40.0
    • 2015
      --
      --
    • 2016
      --
      --
    • 2017
      --
      --
    • 2018
      --
      --

    Note: Graduation rates are calculated from those students who initially matriculated as first time full time freshman.

    Cumulative Graduation After 5 Years

    • Fall
      Graduated
      Retained
    • 2007
      42.9
      14.3
    • 2008
      50.0
      16.7
    • 2009
      20.0
      0.0
    • 2010
      41.7
      16.7
    • 2011
      100.0
      0.0
    • 2012
      42.9
      14.3
    • 2013
      30.0
      0.0
    • 2014
      --
      --
    • 2015
      --
      --
    • 2016
      --
      --
    • 2017
      --
      --
    • 2018
      --
      --

    Note: Graduation rates are calculated from those students who initially matriculated as first time full time freshman.

    Cumulative Graduation After 6 Years

    • Fall
      Graduated
      Retained
    • 2007
      42.9
      14.3
    • 2008
      50.0
      16.7
    • 2009
      20.0
      0.0
    • 2010
      58.3
      0.0
    • 2011
      100.0
      0.0
    • 2012
      57.1
      0.0
    • 2013
      --
      --
    • 2014
      --
      --
    • 2015
      --
      --
    • 2016
      --
      --
    • 2017
      --
      --
    • 2018
      --
      --

    Note: Graduation rates are calculated from those students who initially matriculated as first time full time freshman.

    Graduation and Retention Rates Attrition

    • Fall
      Attrition
    • 2007
      42.9
    • 2008
      33.3
    • 2009
      80.0
    • 2010
      41.7
    • 2011
      0.0
    • 2012
      42.9

    HUMAN SERVICES EXIT SURVEY (DATA collected from Fall 2019)

    • Greatly Improved My Abilities

      63.64 percent

      Somewhat Improved My Abilities

      27.3 percent

      Not Sure

      09.09 percent

      • Strongly Agree - 60 percent

      • Agree - 40 percent

      • Disagree - 0 percent

      • Strongly Disagree - 0 percent
      • Greatly Improved My Abilities - 63.64 percent

      • Somewhat Improved My Abilities - 27.3 percent

      • Not Sure - 09.09 percent

    STUDENT VOICES (Data collected from Fall 2019 Exit Survey)

      • “Being able to work and be together with same classmates”

      • “The Therapeutic nature of classes and how we became closer with our peers through authentic sharing. We were given excellent tools that are transferable in the area of interpersonal skills”

      • “The classmates I have met, have been the best experience. They have made classes worthwhile.”

      • “The people I met, and the instructors I met toward the end of my program.  The professors I had in my last semesters made an effort to connect with students and I felt like they truly cared about their students and getting us to graduation”

      • “Overall, the relationships I developed with my classmates and professors. The professors provided valuable insight into how the field will look compared to the academic setting. They were intentional and understanding when life interrupted and make learning dynamic, which was helpful in retaining the course information. Due to the focus on self-care and relationship building within our degree, solid relationships among classmates were created. My cohort was fantastic and without working together on projects and having them as support, my journey through college would have been much more difficult.”

      • “Having 2 internships that helped advance my experience and in turn my resume.”
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