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Measure 4: Ability of Completers to be Hired

Initial and Advanced Programs. Ability of completers to be hired in education positions for which they have prepared.

Cameron University's EPP completers apply their knowledge, skills, and dispositions effectively to positively impact P-12 student learning and development. Almost 100 percent of completers in both the initial and advanced programs are employed immediately in their respective field.


B.S. in Early Childhood Education

There were 16 graduates from Cameron University's Early Childhood Program during the 2020-2021 cycle. Of the 16 graduates, 14 are employed as early childhood teachers in Oklahoma and Texas. One of the 16 graduates who is not teaching went on to graduate school.

B.S. in Elementary Education

Of the 27 students who graduated in 2020-2021 with a B.S. in Elementary Education, 24 are working full-time in the field of either public or private schools.

B.A. in English Education

In 2020-2021, there were three graduates from the English Education B.A. program. All three are working in the education field.

B.A. in Social Studies Education

Of the three candidates who completed their coursework and graduated from Cameron University with a BA in Social Studies Education in 2020-2021, all three are working in the education field.

Bachelor of Music Education

There were no graduates from the CU BME in 2020-2021.


M.S. in Educational Leadership

Students who matriculate through the M.S. in Educational Leadership typically continue to be employed in a P-12 classroom setting, in private schools or at technology centers after completing their graduate degree in Educational Leadership. Of our 17 program graduates in the 2020-2021 year, two secured building-level leadership positions upon graduation. The remaining program graduates (n=15) continued employment in the P-12 classroom setting. An estimated 10 percent of our graduates, on average, move into a building-level leadership and administrative position in the years following program completion.

M.Ed. in Education

Of the 15 graduates in the M.Ed. in Education program, all 15 are working full-time in the discipline. Ten are regular education teachers, and five are special education teachers.

M.Ed. in Reading

Six students graduated in 2020-2021 with an M.Ed. in Reading. All six are working in the field of reading in local schools, and each candidate is working directly with students and teachers.