Employment placement rates of Hood College Graduates
Hood College graduates report one-year after graduation that 80 percent are employed full-time and 10 percent part-time.
Five years post-graduation 84 percent report being employed full-time.
Types of employment
The categories of employment reported by Hood College graduates five years post-graduation:
|Manager, Executive, Proprietor
|Legal Profession/Law Enforcement
|Skilled Trades and other Service Occupations
Recent employers of Hood College Graduates
|Department of Defense
|Frederick County Public Schools
|Frederick Memorial Hospital
||National Institute on Aging
||T. Rowe Price
|Howard County Public Schools
|The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Graduate Education of Bachelor's Degree Recipients of Hood
At graduation, 14 percent of the class report applying for graduate school and 27% report they plan to apply. One year post-graduation 36 percent report they have enrolled in graduate school.
Five years post-graduation 65 percent report enrolling in school again, with 46 percent reporting the completion of a Master's, First Professional, Graduate Certificate or Doctoral degree. Five years post-graduation alumni report they enrolled in the following areas of graduate/professional study:
|Science and Technology
Recent Hood College Graduates have attended these Graduate Schools
- Hood College
- Argosy University
- Bowie State University
- California State University
- Frostburg State University
- Georgia Southern University
- Georgia State University
- George Washington University
- Johns Hopkins University
- Morgan State University
- Mount St. Mary's University
- Notre Dame of Maryland University
- Pennsylvania State University
- University of Denver
- University of Iowa College of Law
- University of Maryland
- University of North Carolina
- Walden University
Bachelor Degree Recipients Survey, 2017.
One Year-Out Alumni Survey, 2016.
Five Year-Out Alumni Survey, Class of 2011.
Timeframes and methodology
The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment (OIRA) administers the bachelor degree recipients, one year-out and five-year-out alumni surveys annually using both online and paper formats.