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INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION

University of Missouri-Kansas City

University of Missouri - Kansas City (UMKC), located in the heart of Kansas City, Missouri, is a comprehensive university offering bachelors through doctoral degree programs. We offer more than 125 different degrees across a wide spectrum of academic units including the liberal arts, sciences, business, education, engineering, the performing arts and nursing as well as professional programs in Dentistry, Law, Medicine, and Pharmacy. We enroll more than 13,000 students on campus and an additional 3,200 students in dual credit programs throughout the city and region. For three years running, Princeton Review named UMKC one of the top 75 'Best Value' public universities. With our location in the heart of a thriving metropolitan area, UMKC students have great opportunities to extend their learning beyond the classroom and into the Kansas City community. From internships at companies that are regionally and nationally known, to research opportunities in community organizations, our location gives our students an edge. UMKC is also home to the internationally recognized Supplemental Instruction program, which was developed right here on campus more than 40 years ago to provide academic support to students in some of the more challenging college classes. To ensure you get the most out of college, there are numerous opportunities to engage with faculty in research and participate in a number of leadership development programs. From our residential life to Greek Life to a wide range of student organizations, there are multiple ways for you to become involved at UMKC and find success!

STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS (FALL 2017)

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FS2013 FS2014 FS2015 FS2016 FS2017
Dual Highschool 1,584 1,877 2,883 3,456 3,204
Undergraduate 8,663 8,585 8,370 8,252 8,175
Graduate 5,499 5,698 5,446 5,236 5,004
Total 15,746 16,160 16,699 16,944 16,383

Undergraduate Snapshot (Fall 2016)

Total Degree-Seeking Undergraduate Students 7,904
Gender
Women 4,507 57%
Men 3,397 43%
Race/Ethnicity
American Indian / Alaskan Native 25 < 1%
Asian 574 7%
African American / Black 1,152 15%
Hispanic 689 9%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 13 < 1%
White 4,505 57%
Two or More Races 312 4%
International 356 5%
Race/Ethnicity Not Reported 278 4%
Origin
Missouri 5,570 70%
Other US States & Territories 2,056 26%
Other Countries 278 4%
Age
Average Age 21
Percent of Undergraduates Age 25 or Older 17%
Low Income Students
% of Undergraduate Students who are Pell eligible 62%

First-time Freshmen High School Background & Test Scores 2015-16

Test Scores for New Freshmen ACT SAT
Composite 21-28
Math 20-29 480-640
English 20-27
Critial Reading 500-660
High School Background for New Freshmen
Percent in top 25% of High School Graduating class 56%
Percent in top 50% of High School Graduating class 84%
Percent of new freshmen reporting High School Rank 67%
Average High School GPA 3.38

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS (FALL 2017)

Undergraduate Admissions Funnel Fall 2017

First-Time Freshmen
Applicants 5,012 Yield
Admitted 3,233 65%
Enrolled 1,244 38%
New Transfer Students
Applicants 2,685 Yield
Admitted 1,703 63%
Enrolled 1,160 68%

First-time Freshmen High School Background & Test Scores 2016-17

Test Scores for New Freshmen ACT SAT
Composite 21-28
Math 19-27 530-720
English 21-29
Critical Reading 550-690
High School Background for New Freshmen
Percent in top 25% of High School Graduating class 60%
Percent in top 50% of High School Graduating class 88%
Percent of new freshmen reporting High School Rank 63%
Average High School GPA 3.41

COST OF ATTENDANCE

Cost of attendance for full-time, first-time, degree/certificate-seeking undergraduates

Academic year 2016-17

Published tuition and required fees
In-state $8,011
Out-of-state $19,793
Books and supplies $1,002
On-campus room and board $11,026
On-campus other expenses $3,490
Off-campus (not with family) room and board $9,922
Off-campus (not with family) other expenses $4,210
Off-campus (with family) other expenses $4,210
Total Cost
On-campus, in-state $23,529
On-campus, out-of-state $35,311
Off-campus (not with family), in-state $23,136
Off-campus (not with family), out of state $34,918
Off-campus (with family), in-state $13,214
Off-campus (with family), out-of-state $24,996
Net Price & Financial Aid for First-time Freshmen (full-time, 2015-16)
Average Net Price: Receive Grant Aid (2015-16, in-state) $15,368
Average Net Price: Receive Title IV Aid (2015-16, in-state)
$0 - 30,000 $13,543
$30,001 - 48,000 $14,168
$48,001 - 75,000 $15,420
$75,001 - 110,000 $18,283
$110,001 and more $18,637
Scholarships & Grants – percent receiving aid 82%
Scholarships & Grants – average aid amount $7,062
Loans – percent receiving aid 54%
Loans – average aid amount $6,421
Baccalaureate degree recipients – percent with loans 61%
Baccalaureate degree recipients – average loan amount* $25,912

*The loan payment for this amount over 10-years at 5.25% APR is approximately $278 per month. Individual loan repayment terms may vary.

SUCCESS & PROGRESS RATE (COHORT YEAR 2010)

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University of Missouri-Kansas City | Bachelor's Seeking Model - First-Time Full-Time

OUTCOME FOR STUDENTS STARTING AT UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - KANSAS CITY IN FALL 2010 BY SUMMER 2016 Within 4 Years Within 5 Years Within 6 Years
2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
Bachelor's Degree from the University of Missouri - Kansas City 0% 0% 1% 22% 39% 47%
+ Associate and/or Certificate degree from the University of Missouri - Kansas City 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
= Total Graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City 0% 0% 1% 22% 39% 47%
Bachelor's Degree from another institution 0% 0% 1% 4% 9% 12%
+ Associate and/or Certificate degree from another institution 0% 0% 1% 2% 3% 4%
= Total Graduated from another institution 0% 0% 2% 6% 12% 16%
Enrolled at the University of Missouri - Kansas City 98% 74% 60% 34% 15% 5%
Enrolled at another 4-year institution 0% 8% 13% 13% 8% 5%
+ Enrolled at another 2-year institution 0% 8% 8% 5% 4% 3%
= Total Transferred and enrolled at another institution 0% 16% 21% 18% 12% 8%
Current Status Known 2% 10% 16% 20% 22% 24%
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University of Missouri-Kansas City | Bachelor's Seeking Model - First-Time Transfer

OUTCOMES FOR STUDENT STARTING AT UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY IN FALL 2010 BY SUMMER 2016 Within 4 Years Within 5 Years Within 6 Years
2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
Bachelor's degree from University of Missouri-Kansas City 1% 21% 41% 51% 59% 60%
+ Associate and/or Certificate degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
= Total Graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City 1% 21% 41% 51% 59% 60%
Bachelor's degree from another institution 0% 1% 3% 5% 7% 8%
+ Associate and/or Certificate degree from another institution 0% 1% 2% 3% 3% 3%
= Total Graduated from another institution 0% 2% 5% 8% 10% 11%
Enrolled at the University of Missouri - Kansas City 94% 54% 27% 13% 4% 2%
Enrolled at another 4-year institution 0% 6% 5% 5% 4% 3%
+ Enrolled at another 2-year institution 0% 3% 4% 2% 2% 1%
= Total Transferred and enrolled at anohter institution 0% 9% 9% 7% 6% 4%
Current Status Known 5% 14% 18% 21% 21% 23%
Retention
First time students in Fall 2016 that returned for second year – percent 75%
First time students in Fall 2015 that returned for second year – percent 75%
First time students in Fall 2014 that returned for second year – percent 75%
First time students in Fall 2013 that returned for second year – percent 73%
First time students in Fall 2012 that returned for second year – percent 73%
Transfer students in Fall 2016 that returned for second year – percent 72%
Transfer students in Fall 2015 that returned for second year – percent 71%
Transfer students in Fall 2014 that returned for second year – percent 73%
Transfer students in Fall 2013 that returned for second year – percent 73%
Transfer students in Fall 2012 that returned for second year – percent 73%

CAMPUS LIFE (FALL 2016)

Classroom Environment

Course Enrollment & Faculty Statistics
Students per Faculty 14 to 1
Undergraduate classes with fewer than 30 students 76%
Undergraduate classes with fewer than 50 students 90%
Total Full-time Instructional Faculty 745
Percent of Full-time Instructional Faculty Who Are Female 48%
Percent of Full-time Instructional Faculty Who Are Persons of Color 22%
Percent of Full-time Instructional Faculty with a Terminal Degree (highest in field) 82%

Campus-based Housing

Undergraduate On-campus Housing
Percent of new freshman living in campus-based housing 61%
Percent of all undergraduates living in campus-based housing 22%

MAJORS, GRADUATION, & FUTURE PLANS (FALL 2017-18)

Catalog: https://catalog.umkc.edu/archive/2016-2017/academic-programs/

UMKC Majors

Degree Program (emphasis) College Undergraduate Graduate
Accounting Bloch BS MS
Advanced Education in General Dentistry Dentistry GRCT
Anesthesia Medicine MS
Anthropology A&S Minor
Art History A&S Minor, BA MA, (i)PhD
Artist's Certificate Conservatory GRCT
Astronomy A&S Minor
Bioethics A&S GRCT
Bioethics and Medical Humanities A&S Minor
Bioinformatics Medicine MS*
Biology SBS BA, BS*, Minor MA
Biomedical and Health Informatics Medicine (i)PhD
Black Studies A&S Minor GRCT
Business Administration Bloch Minor, BBA* MBA*
Cell Biology and Biophysics SBS (i)PhD
Cellular and Moleculr Biology SBS MS*
Chemistry A&S Minor, BA, BS MS*, (i)PhD
Civil Engineering SCE BS MS
Classical and Ancient Studies A&S Minor
Clinical Research Medicine GRCT
College Teaching and Career Preparation Graduate Studies GRCT
Communication Studies A&S Minor, BA*
Community College Leadership Education GRCT
Computer Science SCE Minor, BA, BS* MS*, (i)PhD
Conduting Conservatory MM, DMA
Counseling Psychology Education PhD
Counseling and Guidance Education MA*, EDSP
Creative Writing and Media Arts A&S MFA*
Criminal Justice and Criminology A&S Minor, BA MS
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy Graduate Studies GRCT
Curriculum and Instruction Education MA*, EDSP*, (i)PhD
Dance Conservatory BFA
Dental Hygiene Dentistry BS*
Dental Hygiense Education Dentistry MS*
Dentistry Dentistry DDS
Early Childhood Education Education BA
Economics A&S Minor, BA* MA, (i)PhD
Education Education EdD
Educational Administration Education MA*, EDSP*
Educational Foundations Education GRCT
Educational Leadership, Policies and Foundations Education (i)PhD
Electrical Engineering SCE MS
Electrical and Computer Engineering SCE BS (i)PhD
Elementary Education Education BA
Endodontics Dentistry GRCT
Engineering SGS (i)PhD
Engineering and Construction Project Management SCE GRCT
English A&S BA* MA*, (i)PhD
English Creative Writing A&S Minor
English Language & Literature A&S Minor
English Manuscript, Print Culture, and Editing A&S Minor
English Writing A&S Minor
Entrepreneurial Real Estate Bloch MERE
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Bloch Minor PhD, (i)PhD
Environmental Science A&S BS*
Environmental Studies A&S Minor, BA
Environmental Sustainability A&S Minor
Environmental and Urban Geosciences A&S MS
Exercise Science Education Minor
Family Studies A&S Minor
Film Studies A&S Minor
Finance Bloch MS
French A&S Minor
Geographic Information Systems A&S UGRCT GRCT
Geography A&S Minor, BA, BS
Geology A&S Minor, BA, BS
Geosciences (i)PhD
German A&S Minor
German Studies A&S Minor
Gerontology A&S Minor GRCT
Healing and Humanities A&S Minor
Health Professions Education Medicine GRCT, MPHE
Health Science SoNHS Minor, BHS
Historic Preservation A&S GRCT
History A&S Minor, BA MA*, (i)PhD
Holocaust Studies A&S GRCT
Information Technology SCE BIT
Interdisiplinary Leadership in Disability Studies SGS GRCT
Jazz Studies Conservatory BM
Labor Studies A&S UGCRT
Language & Literacy Education EDSP, MA
Languages & Literatures A&S BA*
Latino/Latina Studies A&S Minor
Law Law JD*, LLM*
Lawyering Law LLM*
Liberal Arts A&S BLA*
Liberal Studies A&S MA
Mathematics A&S Minor MS, (i)PhD
Mathematics & Statistics A&S BA, BS
Mechanical Engineering SCE BSME MS
Medicine Medicine MD
Medieval and Early Modern Studies A&S GRCT
Middle School Education Education BA
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry SBS (i)PhD
Multi/Interdisciplinary SGS PhD
Music Conservatory BA* MA*
Music Composition Conservatory BM MM, DMA
Music Education Conservatory BME* MME*, (i)PhD
Music Theory Conservatory BM MM
Musicology Conservatory MM
Nonprofit Management & Innovation Bloch GRCT
Nurse Educator SoNHS GRCT
Nursing SoNHS RN-BSN, BSN MSN*, DNP*, PhD
Oral & Craniogacial Sciences Dentistry MS, (i)PhD
Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics Dentistry GRCT
Pediatric and Congenital Cardiovascular Perfusion Medicine GRCT
Performance Conservatory BM* GRCT*, MM*, DMA*
Periodontics Dentistry GRCT
Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmacy (i)PhD
Pharmacology Pharmacy (i)PhD
Pharmacy Pharmacy PharmD
Philosophy A&S Minor, BA
Physician Assistant Medicine MMS
Physics A&S Minor, BA, BS* MS, (i)PhD
Political Science A&S Minor, BA MA
Propel Certificate A&S UGRCT
Psychology A&S Minor, BA MA, PHD(clinical health, PHD(experimental health)
Public Administration Bloch MPA*, (i)PhD
Public Health SoNHS Minor
Reading Intervention Education GRCT
Romance Language and Literature A&S MA
Secondary Education Education BA*
Social Work A&S MSW
Sociology A&S Minor, BA* MA
Spanish A&S Minor
Special Education Education MA*
Statistics A&S MS
Studio Art A&S Minor, BA MA
Taxation Law LLM
Telecommunications & Computer Networking SCE (i)PhD
Theatre A&S Minor, BA MA
Theatre: Acting & Directing A&S MFA*
Theatre: Design & Technology A&S MFA*
Urban Affairs Law LLM
Urban Planning & Design A&S BA
Urban Policy Administration Bloch GRCT
Urban Studies A&S Minor, BA
Women & Gender Studies A&S Minor

Total Degree Awards

Degrees Awarded – All Levels (2016-17)
Certificate/diploma 11
Bachelor’s 1,824
Postbachelor’s certificates 2
Master’s 1,082
Doctoral – research/scholarship 122
Doctoral – professional practice 473
Total 3,580
Degrees Awarded – All Levels (2015-16)
Certificate/diploma 6
Bachelor’s 1,741
Postbachelor’s certificates 71
Master’s 1,245
Doctoral – research/scholarship 120
Doctoral – professional practice 480
Total 3,663

Most Awarded Baccalaureate Degree Areas

Top 5 Awarded Degree Areas for Baccalaureate Study (2015-16)
Business/marketing 18%
Health professions and related programs 17%
Liberal arts/general studies 10%
Physical Sciences 7%
Psychology 6%

Destination of Students Graduating with Baccalaureate Degrees

Academic Year 2015-16

Reported response rate: 87%

Table 14: Destination at Graduation
Total Survey Repondents 1,378
Career Outcome Rate (employed, service, military, & continuing education) 45.5%
Employed Overall 29.0%
Pecent Employment Full-time 25.3%
Pecent Employment Part-time 3.7%
Percent Service 4.4%
Percent Military 1.2%
Percent Continuing Education 10.9%
Percent Seeking Employment 40.4%
Percent Seeking Continuing Education 11.1%
Not Seeking/Not Engaged 3.1%
Mean Starting Salary (full-time) $53,463
Median Starting Salary (full-time) $48,000
See the following report for more detailed information on UMKC student destinations after graduation:
http://data.umkc.edu/reports/files/PDF/2015-16%20Graduation%20Survey%20Report%20FINAL%205.31.17.pdf

STUDENT EXPERIENCES – NSSE 2016

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) -

Senior Student Responses for Key Learning & Development Categories
Group Learning Experiences - Seniors Percent
Worked with other students on course projects or assignments. 92%
Explained course material to one or more students. 80%
Spent at least 6 hours per week participating in co-curricular activities (organizations, campus publications, student government, fraternity or sority, intercollegiate or intramural sports, etc.). 19%
Active Learning Experiences - Seniors Percent
Spent at least 6 hours per week preparing for class. 86%
Worked on a research project with a faculty member. 22%
Participated in an internship, co-op, field experience, student teaching, or clinical placement. 46%
Spent at least 6 hours per week doing community service or volunteer work. 16%
Participated in study abroad program. 10%
Made at least one class presentation last year. 83%
Institutional Commitment to Student Learning and Success - Seniors Percent
Believe this institution emphasizes support to help student succeed academically. 93%
Rated the quality of interactions with academic advisors to be positive. 66%
Reported that this institution provided help in coping with work, family and other non-academic responsibilities. 61%
Reported that their course challenged them to do their best work most of the time. 84%
Student Interaction with Campus Faculty and Staff - Seniors Percent
Reported that faculty members provided prompt and detailed feedback on tests or completed assignments. 90%
Discussed course topics, ideas, or concepts with a faculty member outside of class. 68%
Experiences with Diverse Groups of People and Ideas - Seniors Percent
Reported that they often tried to understand someone else’s point of view. 71%
Reported their experience at the institution contributed to their understanding people of other backgrounds. 88%
Often had serious conservations with students of a different race or ethnicity. 78%
Student Satisfaction - Seniors Percent
Would attend this institution if they started over again. 70%
Rated their entire educational experience as good or excellent. 77%
Rated their quality of interactions with other students to be positive. 82%
Reported the quality of interactions with faculty to be positive. 79%

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

ETS Proficiency Profile (EPP)

UMKC ETS® Proficiency Profile Results

The University of Missouri – Kansas City administers the ETS® Proficiency Profile each year to undergraduate degree-seeking students as part of the university’s assessment of students’ achievement of the university’s general education learning outcomes. The ETS® Proficiency Profile (EPP) is a nationally-normed, multiple-choice test designed to assess students’ abilities in four areas: mathematics, reading, writing, and critical thinking. These learning outcomes are tested within the context of the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, although the exam does not measure specific content in these areas, as all needed information is contained in the questions.

UMKC administers the abbreviated form of the EPP, which is appropriate for analyzing group data and identifying aggregate achievement of a senior students of the four abilities. (The standard form, which consists of 108 questions, provides detailed information concerning individual student’s performance and the results are used by some institutions for advising purposes.) The abbreviated form of the EPP consists of three exams that are equally distributed among students. Each exam consists of 36 questions measuring college-level skills in reading, writing, critical thinking, and mathematics and takes 40 minutes to complete.

During 2016-17, 1,583 UMKC students who had earned 90 or more credit hours completed the EPP.The table below provides the proficiency classification information for UMKC seniors completing the EPP in 2016-17.

ETC Proficiency Profile
Criterion-Referenced Scores of UMKC Senior Students – 2016-17
Criterion Proficient Marginal Not Proficient
Critical Thinking 6% 24% 70%
Reading, Level 1 73% 13% 13%
Reading, Level 2 44% 22% 34%
Writing, Level 1 67% 25% 8%
Writing, Level 2 25% 38% 38%
Writing, Level 3 15% 23% 61%
Mathematics, Level 1 64% 21% 15%
Mathemtics, Level 2 37% 26% 36%
Mathematics, Level 3 10% 20% 70%

During 2015-16, 1,355 UMKC students who had earned 90 or more credit hours completed the EPP.The table below provides the proficiency classification information for UMKC seniors completing the EPP in 2015-16.

ETC Proficiency Profile
Criterion-Referenced Scores of UMKC Senior Students – 2015-16
Criterion Proficient Marginal Not Proficient
Critical Thinking 5% 22% 73%
Reading, Level 1 72% 16% 12%
Reading, Level 2 39% 25% 36%
Writing, Level 1 68% 25% 8%
Writing, Level 2 22% 41% 37%
Writing, Level 3 13% 25% 63%
Mathematics, Level 1 62% 21% 16%
Mathemtics, Level 2 34% 29% 37%
Mathematics, Level 3 7% 18% 75%

UMKC General Education Core Learning Outcomes

From: http://www.umkc.edu/core/about/outcomes.cfm

The UMKC General Education Core curriculum is designed to build students' capacity for intellectual inquiry and discovery, critical reasoning and effective communication. These skills help them become lifelong learners and find success in their chosen fields. The specific learning outcomes that will be achieved through the Core program are:

Communication Skills
Students will develop effective written, oral and visual/spatial communication competencies and the ability to communicate with a variety of audiences. They will develop their capacity to interpret information presented in a variety of formats. They will be able to evaluate the context of their messages and use proper form and style to engage audiences using a variety of media. They will demonstrate their critical engagement with audiences through reading, listening, reflecting and responding.

Technology and Information Literacy
Students will demonstrate effective use of research resources and incorporate the information obtained into their academic and creative endeavors. They will demonstrate their ability to locate, evaluate, organize and use research material from a broad range of sources. Students will be able to format and document source material in properly constructed papers, presentations and visual formats.

Scientific Reasoning and Quantitative Analysis
Students will apply principles and methods of science, math, statistics and logic to solve problems and draw logical inferences. They will develop a level of quantitative literacy that enables them to comprehend and evaluate information in a broad range of contexts. Students will understand methods and principles of scientific discovery and their application to all areas of learning, including the natural and social sciences.

Arts and Humanities
Students will develop an understanding of the human condition by exploring the variety of creative works and methods in the humanities, as well as the visual and performing arts. They will be able to explain the historical, cultural and social context of the humanities and fine arts. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the connections between the humanities and other areas of intellectual inquiry.

Interdisciplinary and Innovative Thinking
Students will demonstrate the ability to contextualize information and use the proper methods and theories as modes of understanding. Focusing on specific problems and issues, students will demonstrate the ability to consider new modes of analysis drawn from a range of fields. Students will be able to see and understand how thinking beyond disciplinary boundaries leads to innovation in all fields.

Culture and Diversity
Students will draw on a variety of disciplines to develop an understanding of the complexities of human cultures, past and present, and come to an informed sense of self and others. Students will demonstrate an awareness of a global culture that may include economic, environmental, political and social issues facing all cultures. They will develop an understanding of the factors defining cultural identities.

Human Actions, Values and Ethics
Students will analyze, interpret and/or reconstruct human events, experiences, actions and interactions. Students will understand principles of value and civic duty in a wide range of settings and will demonstrate an understanding of personal values and the values of others. Students will be able to identify ethical problems using their understanding of ethical theory and moral reasoning.

Civic and Community Engagement
Students will be able to identify the problems, challenges and opportunities of an urban university. Students will also understand their relationship to both a local and global community and the social, political and cultural issues therein. They will develop an appreciation for the meaning and global impact of urbanization. They will have an understanding of the U.S. and Missouri Constitutions and their impact on issues facing these various communities. They will engage with the UMKC community of learners.


ETS Major Field Test Proficiency

Cohort - Test Percent Pass
2016 Major Field (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Psychology) 40%
2015 Major Field (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Psychology) 43%

LICENSURE RATES


School of Law

Cohort - Test Percent Pass
2016 Bar Examination in Missouri 82%
2015 Bar Examination in Missouri 84%
2014 Bar Examination in Missouri 89%
2013 Bar Examination in Missouri 92%
2012 Bar Examination in Missouri 96%

School of Dentistry

Cohort - Test Percent Pass
2016 Dental Hygiene (Clinical CRDTS) 100%
2016 Dental Hygiene (NBHE) 100%
2016 DDS Clinical (WREB) 96%
2016 DDS NBDE I 94%
2016 DDS NBDE II 89%
2015 Dental Hygiene (Clinical CRDTS) 96%
2015 Dental Hygiene (NBHE) 96%
2015 DDS Clinical (WREB) 97%
2015 DDS NBDE I 97%
2015 DDS NBDE II 98%
2014 Dental Hygiene (Clinical CRDTS) 91%
2014 Dental Hygiene (NBHE) 100%
2014 DDS Clinical (WREB) 90%
2014 DDS NBDE I 99%
2014 DDS NBDE II 100%
2013 Dental Hygiene (Clinical CRDTS) 89%
2013 Dental Hygiene (NBHE) 100%
2013 DDS Clinical (WREB) 88%
2013 DDS NBDE I 93%
2013 DDS NBDE II 100%
2012 Dental Hygiene (Clinical CRDTS) 100%
2012 Dental Hygiene (NBHE) 100%
2012 DDS Clinical (WREB) 91%
2012 DDS NBDE I 98%
2012 DDS NBDE II 100%

School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Cohort - Certification Test Percent Pass
2016 Graduate Nursing 100%
2016 Undergraduate Nursing - Nat. Council of State Boards of Nursing - NCLEX-RN 85%
2015 Graduate Nursing 100%
2015 Undergraduate Nursing - Nat. Council of State Boards of Nursing - NCLEX-RN 88%
2014 Graduate Nursing 99%
2014 Undergraduate Nursing - Nat. Council of State Boards of Nursing - NCLEX-RN 78%
2013 Graduate Nursing 100%
2013 Undergraduate Nursing - Nat. Council of State Boards of Nursing - NCLEX-RN 82%
2012 Graduate Nursing 100%
2012 Undergraduate Nursing - Nat. Council of State Boards of Nursing - NCLEX-RN 89%

School of Medicine

Cohort - National Board of Medical Examiners Test Percent Pass
2016 Medical Step I 97%
2016 Medical Step II CK (2016-2016) 100%
2016 Medical Step II CS (2015-2016) 99%
2016 Medical Step III (Class of 2013) 99%
2016 Medical Step III (Class of 2014) 99%
2015 Medical Step I 97%
2015 Medical Step II CK (2014-2015) 100%
2015 Medical Step II CS (2014-2015) 99%
2015 Medical Step III (Class of 2012) 99%
2015 Medical Step III (Class of 2013) 99%
2014 Medical Step I 100%
2014 Medical Step II CK (2013-2014) 98%
2014 Medical Step II CS (2013-2014) 99%
2014 Medical Step III (Class of 2011) 95%
2014 Medical Step III (Class of 2012) 94%
2013 Medical Step I 100%
2013 Medical Step II CK (2012-2013) 98%
2013 Medical Step II CS (2012-2013) 98%
2013 Medical Step III (Class of 2010) 99%
2013 Medical Step III (Class of 2011) 94%
2012 Medical Step I 92%
2012 Medical Step II CK (2011-2012) 97%
2012 Medical Step II CS (2011-2012) 100%
2012 Medical Step III (Class of 2007) 87%
2012 Medical Step III (Class of 2008) 93%

School of Education

Cohort - Percent Pass
2016 Undergraduate MO General Education Educator Gateway Assessment 81%
2016 Undergraduate MO/Pearson Content Area Assessment 97%
2016 Graduate MO/Pearson Content Area Assessment 100%
2015 Undergraduate MO General Education Educator Gateway Assessment 73%
2015 Undergraduate MO/Pearson Content Area Assessment 79%
2015 Graduate MO/Pearson Content Area Assessment 89%
Cohort - Undergraduate DESE Passing Score Percent Pass
2013 100%
2012 100%
2011 100%
2010 100%
2009 100%

LINKS TO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Resource Link
UMKC General Information http://www.umkc.edu/aboutumkc/
UMKC Admissions http://www.umkc.edu/admissions/
UMKC Net Price Calculator http://finaid.umkc.edu/cost/net-price-calculator/
UMKC Student Achievement Measure (SAM) http://www.studentachievementmeasure.org/participants/178402
UMKC Safety Statistics – Clery Report http://www.umkc.edu/finadmin/police/safety/campus-safety-report.asp
UMKC Graduation Survey Report https://data.umkc.edu/reports/files/PDF/2015-16%20Graduation%20Survey%20Report%20FINAL%205.31.17.pdf
UMKC NSSE Information https://data.umkc.edu/nsse/
UMKC Student Learning Outcomes ETS® Proficiency Profile Report http://www.umkc.edu/assessment/downloads/ETSPP_Report_2014-15.pdf
UMKC General Education Core http://www.umkc.edu/core/index.cfm