The University of Texas System Chancellor’s Quantum Leaps strategy includes a student success initiative that specifies increasing student graduation rates as a primary goal. UT Dallas graduates its students at a higher rate than the national average for public universities.
To view this and other current student achievement measures, please refer to the University of Texas System's Dashboard website.
UT Dallas also aligns with the 60x30TX strategy set by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The 60x30TX strategy also specifies degree completion as a primary goal. To read more about it and additional accountability measures, visit the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's Accountability System site.
Following are selected student-achievement data:
4-Year Same and 6-Year Same or Other Graduation Rates
|Following are recent four-year and six-year percentages of baccalaureate students graduating from The University of Texas at Dallas. The statistics, which are listed by fiscal year, include first-time, full-time entering, degree-seeking students who enrolled in a minimum 12 semester credit hours their first fall semester.|
|Entering Fall Cohort||Rate||Entering Fall Cohort||Rate||Entering Fall Cohort||Rate|
|4-Year graduation rate,
|6-Year graduation rate,
|Source: University of Texas System Data|
Teacher Production and Certification
|UT Dallas students taking the teacher certification exam have had a 100% pass rate in recent fiscal years.|
|Total Number Taking Exam||149||139||121|
|Total Percent Passing Exam||100%||100%||100%|
|Source: The State Board of Educator Certification|
Praxis Examination Pass Rates for Communication Disorders and Audiology
|Students graduating with a Master of Science in Communication Disorders or the Doctor of Audiology degree are required to pass the PRAXIS test, a national examination in speech-language pathology or audiology, if they wish to be clinically certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Passing the PRAXIS is also a requirement for licensure to practice in Texas and most other states.|
|Period||Number Tested||Number Passing||Pass Rate|
|Source: School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences|