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3401 Webberville Rd.
Building 5000
Austin, TX 78702
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NAEYC Accreditation of Early Childhood Higher Education Programs

 

Self-Study PART FOUR: PROGRAM OUTCOME DATA

Academic Year

Number of program completers

% of program completers who were attending full-time (at the time of completion)

% of program completers who were attending part-time (at the time of completion)

AY 2017-18

16

18.75%

81.25%

AY 2016-17

21

0%

85.7%

AY 2015-16

14

0%

92.86%

Outcome Measure #1: The Number of Program Completers

 

Outcome Measure #2:  The Program Completion Rate

Published timeframe for full-time students to complete an AAS in the Child Care and Development program: Two years or 4 Semesters (fall/spring)

Program Name:  Child Care and Development

Academic year in which a Fall cohort of full-time students enrolled at the institution (select three sequential years)

Percentage of those students who completed the program within 150% of the published timeframe

Percentage of those students who completed the program within 100%, 200% (twice) or 300% (three times) of the published timeframe (Please circle or underline the indicator above on which the program will report.)

2015

0

0

2014

0

0

2013

0

0

A program may (but is not required to) provide a short narrative description (150 words) of the data reflected above to provide context.  Over 88% of the Child Care and Development declared majors are part-time students with the majority working in the child care field. Although we offer evening classes and online courses, students often only take one course per semester because of the demands of their work and family life. We have many students who persist and graduate over a seven to ten year span.  Students who take courses full-time (FT) (12 hrs. +) for much of their program may not complete their award under the FT status because of the required fieldwork hours dedicated to the capstone Practicum course (128 hrs.).

 

Outcome Measure #3:  GPA of the AAS Program Graduates over the last 3 years

Academic Year

 Outcome Measure

Performance Data

2017-18

GPA

3.13 (N=16)

2016-17

GPA

3.30 (N=21)

2015-16

GPA

3.57 (N=14)

Part-time status is defined by the institution.

 

 

2016-17 ANNUAL REPORT

Austin community College

 

data Reporting for Program Outcomes

Outcome Measure #1: The Number of Associate Degree (AAS) Program Completers

Academic Year Number of AAS program completers % of AAS program completers who were attending full-time (at the time of completion) % of AAS program completers who were attending part-time  (at the time of completion)
AY 2016-17
21
0%
85.71%
AY 2015-16
14
0%
92.86%
AY 2014-15
20
0%
90.00%

Outcome Measure #2:  The Program Completion Rate

Published timeframe for full-time students to complete an AAS in the Child Care and Development program: Two years or 4 Semesters (fall/spring)

Academic year in which a Fall cohort of full-time students enrolled at the institution (select three sequential years)
Percentage of those students who completed the program within 150% of the published timeframe
Percentage of those students who completed the program within 100%, 200% (twice) or 300% (three times) of the published timeframe (Please circle or underline the indicator above on which the program will report.)
2013
0
0
2012
0
0
2011
0
0

Over 85% of the ACC Child Care and Development declared majors are part-time students with the majority working in the child care field. Although we offer evening classes and online courses, students often only take one course per semester because of the demands of their work and family life. We have many students who persist and graduate over a seven to ten year span.

 

Outcome Measure #3: GPA of the AAS Program Graduates over the last four years

Academic Year
Outcome Measure
Performance Data
2016-17
GPA
3.30 (N=21)
2015-16
GPA
3.57 (N=14)
2014-15
GPA
3.36 (N=20)
2013-14
GPA
3.39 (N=9) 

 

 

 
     
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