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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.

2021-2022 Data


B.S. in Early Childhood Education

For AY 2021-2022, there were 13 graduates in Early Childhood Education. Twelve of those graduates are currently employed full-time as teachers.

B.S. in Elementary Education

Of the 23 students who graduated in 2021-2022 with a B.S. in Elementary Education, 19 are working full-time in the field in either public or private schools.

B.A. in English Education

Four students graduated with a BA in English Education in AY 2021-2022. All four are employed full-time in the field in which they trained: teaching English Language Arts in secondary schools.

B.A. in Social Studies Education

For 2021-2022, six candidates of the Social Studies Education Program completed the requirements of the program and graduated. Five of the six are employed as teachers in the field.

Bachelor of Music Education

There were no graduates from the CU BME in 2021-2022.


M.S. in Educational Leadership

Our graduates 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 14 program graduates in the 21-22 year, four had secured building- level leadership positions upon graduation. The remaining program graduates (n=10) continued employment in the P-12 classroom setting. An estimated 10% of our graduates, on average, move into a building-level leadership/administrative position in the years following program completion.

M.Ed. in Education

Of the 16 total graduates in 2021-2022, seven are working full-time in the discipline as teachers.

M.Ed. in Reading

In 2021-2022, five candidates graduated with a Master's of Education in Reading. All five of the candidates are teaching reading in the field and are employed full-time in the profession.