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Best Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering Schools

Graduation Rate Transfer-out Rate Retention Rate

Graduation Rate Comparison

Next table compares 2016 graduation rates between best Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering schools. The average graduation rate of best Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering schools is 86.70% where 27,709 students out of 31,959 candidates have complete their courses and degrees. The rate is cacluated as the total number of completers withing 150% of normal time (for eaxample, 6 years for 4 years BS program) divided by the candidates. The numbers in parenthesis() represent data by gender (men/women) for each cell respectively.

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Graduation Rate Comparison - Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering
NameGraduation RateCompletersCandidates
California Institute of Technology90.84%
(90.34% / 91.51%)
228
(131 / 97)
251
(145 / 106)
University of California-Berkeley91.58%
(89.66% / 93.16%)
3,972
(1,752 / 2,220)
4,337
(1,954 / 2,383)
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus84.78%
(82.46% / 89.40%)
2,250
(1,457 / 793)
2,654
(1,767 / 887)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign85.20%
(81.67% / 89.04%)
5,928
(2,962 / 2,966)
6,958
(3,627 / 3,331)
Johns Hopkins University93.69%
(92.67% / 94.87%)
1,337
(708 / 629)
1,427
(764 / 663)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor90.11%
(87.81% / 92.46%)
5,424
(2,666 / 2,758)
6,019
(3,036 / 2,983)
Carnegie Mellon University87.77%
(85.47% / 90.83%)
1,249
(694 / 555)
1,423
(812 / 611)
The University of Texas at Austin79.65%
(75.96% / 82.84%)
5,733
(2,541 / 3,192)
7,198
(3,345 / 3,853)
Stanford University93.85%
(92.38% / 95.40%)
1,588
(800 / 788)
1,692
(866 / 826)
Total86.70%
(84.03% / 89.48%)
27,709
(13,711 / 13,998)
31,959
(16,316 / 15,643)

Transfer-out Rate Comparison

Next table compares 2016 transfer-out rates between best Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering schools. The average transfer-out rate of best Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering schools is 2.82% where 115 students have transffered out from schools out of 4,081 graduation candidates. The transfer-out rate is cacluated as the number of transfer-out students divided by total number of graduation candidates.

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Transfer-out Rate Comparison - Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering
NameTransfer-out RateTransfer-outTotal Students
California Institute of Technology0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
251
(145 / 106)
University of California-Berkeley0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
4,337
(1,954 / 2,383)
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus3.24%
(3.45% / 2.82%)
86
(61 / 25)
2,654
(1,767 / 887)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
6,958
(3,627 / 3,331)
Johns Hopkins University2.03%
(2.23% / 1.81%)
29
(17 / 12)
1,427
(764 / 663)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
6,019
(3,036 / 2,983)
Carnegie Mellon University0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
1,423
(812 / 611)
The University of Texas at Austin0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
7,198
(3,345 / 3,853)
Stanford University0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
1,692
(866 / 826)
Total2.82%
(3.08% / 2.39%)
115
(78 / 37)
4,081
(2,531 / 1,550)

Retention Rate Comparison

Next table compares 2016 retention rates betweenbest Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering schools. The average retention rate of best Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering schools is 96.44% for full-time studentsand 87.00% for part-time students. Retention rate is the percentage of a school's first-time, first-year undergraduate students who continue at that school the next year (Sophomore year).

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***All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education, academic year 2016-2017.