Career Placement Outcomes - Human Computer Interaction

Doctoral Students Between 2011 and 2018

Employed In-field Employed Out-of-field Continuing Education Seeking
77.3% 9.1% 0% 0%

Response rate: 86.4%

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Master's Students Between 2011 and 2018

Employed In-field Employed Out-of-field Continuing Education Seeking
72.6% 3.5% 6.9% 3.5%

Response rate: 86.3%


Roles and Workspace for 2019 Doctoral and Master's Graduates

  For-profit company For-profit company: 40 For-profit company: Agriculture For-profit company: Health For-profit company: Information Technology Government Research university Self-employed/Entrepreneurial Other
Creative work         1       2
Engineering         1 2   1 3
IT (Information Technology) 1 1 2 1 4 1      
Management         1        
Postdoc             1    
Product Development         2       2
Research Staff         1   1    
Other         1        

* The above data are based on data from an employment survey completed within 6 months after graduation. If the percentages do not add up to 100%, the remaining graduates were not seeking employment at the 6-month mark.