Presentation on theme: "Brief Summary of 2010-11 Senior Survey 1. Some background information 2. Size of AY10-11 graduating class & survey respondents 3. What else do our majors."— Presentation transcript:
Brief Summary of 2010-11 Senior Survey 1. Some background information 2. Size of AY10-11 graduating class & survey respondents 3. What else do our majors study at WU? 4. Post-graduation plans (majors) 5. Further details about those employed or attending graduate school Freshman Orientation Open House August 26, 2011
Some quick background “lingo” Senior survey covers the AY2010-11: Aug 2010, Dec 2010 and May 2011 ( the largest cohort) At WU, students have a “prime” school where they complete their “prime” major Students may select a second major (or minor) in their prime school or in another school Examples: ArtSci student, majoring in Economics (prime) with a second major in Finance (in the Olin School of Business) ArtSci pre-med (e.g., Bio or Chem – prime) student with second major in Economics BSBA student with a second major in Economics (ArtSci) Here: “Econ major” = prime + second
Summary of AY2010-11 Graduates in Economics Aug. 2010 Dec. 2010 May 2011 TOTALS A.B. in Econ 487890 2 nd major Econ 12930 Minor in General Economics 22224 Minor in Applied Microeconomics 33 Minor in Applied Macroeconomics 22 TOTALS 411134149 In the last academic year, we graduated 120 Economics majors (and 29 minors).
AY2010-11 Graduates and Senior Survey Responses AY2010-11: 120 Economics majors 85 survey responses, of which 71 were Economics majors ≈ 60% response rate Most were students in the College of Arts & Sciences. Some students, however, pursued a second major in economics, while ‘prime’ in another school. 66 23
Second majors 120 Majors 71 in survey 66 prime 5 prime in ArtSci other 52 prime 19 prime Economics elsewhere Of these 52 ‘prime’ Economics majors, many had another major, too.
Minors Of the 71 Economics majors, many also had a minor (or two).
Post-graduation plans for majors 43 of our (71 survey- responding) majors had clear post- graduation plans by the time of graduation. 22 21 19 8
Job Titles Analyst (business, financial or technology) Consulting Fixed Income Associate Marketing Analyst Integration Specialist – Mktg Business Mgmt Associate Asst. Fashion Merchandiser Productions Associate Research Assistant/Analyst Morgan Keegan & Co. Chapman & Cutler LLP Pricewaterhouse Coopers Oppenheimer & Co. Bank of America Analysis Group Alliance Bernstein The Tobin Project Ambercrombie & Fitch Neil R. Gross & Co., Inc. Charles River Associates Companies Employing Our Majors NISA Investment Advisors, LLC Thammasat University College of Innovation School for Field Studies; Mexico Cornerstone Research Seoul National University Brain Imaging Center General Mills Bain & Co. Deloitte Capital One Cisco Systems
Majors going to Graduate School 21 Economics majors reported that they’d be attending graduate school, and it’s in a wide variety of disciplines. ‘ other’ = MPH; Master’s in CompSci; M.S. Mgmt; M.S. Environmental Mgmt; Ph.D. in Germanic Languages & Literature
Graduate Schools Law School: Washington University “Other” Washington University: Master’s in Public Health; PhD Germanic Languages & Literatures Sydney University London School of Economics Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment Medical Schools: Columbia School of Dental Medicine Cornell Medical School UCLA Drew Medical School Ph.D. Economics & Finance Arizona State University Duke University University of Washington Columbia University Northwestern University MS/MS Economics: University College of London Business programs: Washington University – MS Finance; MS Accounting ESADE Business School (Spain) – MS Finance
Questions??? Bruce Petersen, Ph.D. Professor of Economics & Director of Undergraduate Studies firstname.lastname@example.org 314-935-5643 385 Seigle Hall Dorothy Petersen, Ph.D. Lecturer & Academic Coordinator email@example.com 314-935-5644 307E Seigle Hall