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Division of Professional Practice

By The Numbers

One way to begin to understand the scope and scale of the impact of the programs that make up the Division of Professional Practice is to look at the numbers.

Below is a summary of some of the most frequently requested information about our programs. Just click the question you'd like to see the answer to and you'll jump to the correct section of this page. 

You can also download the file below that will give you more a much more detailed look into the numbers behind what we do.

* Division of Professional Practice Data, Current as of 1.Sept.2011
This Excel file contains more detail than is included on this page and data on additional apsects of the programs of the Division of Professional Practice
All data is based on Fiscal Year 2011 (1.July.2010 - 30.June.2011) activities unless otherwise noted.

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How Many Students Participate?

Cooperative Education

Mandatory Co-op Programs

   Co-op placements  Experiental Explorations Program Placements  Total Learning Experiences  Unemployed   Placement Rate   Growth 
College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning 1,607 126 1,733 95 94.8%  
College of Engineering and Applied Science, Engineering Disciplines 1,991 20 2,011 98 95.4%  
College of Engineering and Applied Science, Technology Disciplines 729 20 749 141 84.2%  
College of Engineering and Applied Science, Overall 2,720 40 2,760 239 92.0%  
FY10 Grand Total: 4,327 166 4,493 334 93.1%  
College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning 1,706 74 1,780 34 98.1% 3.3%
College of Engineering and Applied Science, Engineering Disciplines 2,141 10 2,151 82 96.4% 1.0%
College of Engineering and Applied Science, Technology Disciplines 799 14 813 103 88.8% 4.6%
College of Engineering and Applied Science, Overall 2,940 34 2,974 185 94.2% 2.2%
FY11 Grand Total: 4,646 98 4,744 219 95.6% 2.5%
∆ Amount: 319 -68 251 -115    
∆ Percent: 7.4% -41.0% 5.6%      

Optional Co-op Programs

   Co-op placements  Experiental Explorations Program Placements  Total Learning Experiences
Carl H. Lindner College of Business 702 12 714
Other 8 1 9
FY10 Grand Total: 710 13 723
Carl H. Lindner College of Business 851 5 856
Other 32 0 32
FY11 Grand Total: 883 5 888
∆ Amount: 173 -8 165
∆ Percent: 24.4% -61.5% 22.8%

All Co-op Programs

   Co-op placements  Experiental Explorations Program Placements  Total Learning Experiences Paid
FY10 Grand Total: 5,037 179 5,216 96.4%
FY11 Grand Total: 5,529 103 5,632 98.1%
∆ Amount: 492 -76 416  
∆ Percent: 9.8% -42.5% 8.0%  


Academic Internship Program

Note: This program was launched in the Winter 2011 term.

  FY11 Internship Placements Summer 2011 Internship Placements Grand Total
African Studies   1 1
Astrophysics   1 1
Biology 1   1
Communications 1 5 6
Exploratory Studies   1 1
International Affairs 1   1
International Business 2   2
Mathematics   1 1
Neuroscience    1 1
Organizational Leadership    2 2
Physics   1 1
Politics 2 2 4
Psychology 4 2 6
McMicken College of Arts & Sciences 11 17 28
Accounting 6 4 10
Business Administration   1 1
Business Economics 1 5 6
Economics   1 1
Finance 4 7 11
Industrial Management   1 1
Information Systems   2 2
Marketing 7 9 16
Operations Management 1   1
Real Estate   1 1
Undesignated 5   5
Carl H. Lindner College of Business 24 31 55
Fine Arts - Art   1 1
College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning   1 1
Grand Total 35 49 84

 

Service Learning

There were over 200 sections of Service Learning courses offered in FY2011. Mechanisms to better capture the number of course sections as well as student impact will be implemented along with semester conversion in Autumn 2012.

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Where are Students Getting Experience?

Cooperative Education

Top States for Co-op Placements
(based on FY2011 data)

Rank State Placements
1 Ohio 3707
2 Kentucky 268
3 New York 236
4 California 208
5 Texas 117
6 Illinois 108
7 Indiana 95
8 Georgia 86
9 Massachusetts 83
10 Florida 61
11 Pennsylvania 58

 

Top Non-US Countries for Co-op Placements
(based on FY2011 data)

 Rank Country  Placements
1 Germany 40
2 China 15
3 Japan 8
4 Australia 6
5 France 6
6 Greece 6
7 Italy 6
8 Canada 4
9 India 4
9 Switzerland 4
9 United Kingdom 4

 

Academic Internship Program and Service Learning

Most students participating in these programs are getting thier experience in the tri-state area, since they are generally taking classes on campus during the same term that they're particpating in these opportunities.

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Who are Students Getting Experience With?

Cooperative Education

Top 50 Companies Employing Co-op Students
(based on FY2011 data, out over 1,500 co-op employers)

Company Co-op Placements
General Electric Aviation 280
University of Cincinnati 181
Duke Energy 159
Libby Perszyk Kathman (LPK) 65
Kroger Company 56
Procter and Gamble 56
General Cable Corporation 44
Great American Insurance Group 44
Kinetic Vision 43
Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) 43
Abercrombie & Fitch 41
Seapine Software, Inc. 41
JCPenney (JCP) 40
L-3 Communications/Fuzing and Ordnance Systems 40
AK Steel Corporation 39
AtriCure Inc. 36
Chiquita Brands International 35
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center 34
Hasbro Inc. 33
SHP Leading Design (Steed Hammond Paul) 33
Siemens PLM Software 32
Danis Building Construction Company 30
Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc. 29
Cognis Corporation 28
Delta Air Lines Inc. 28
Intelligrated Systems 28
L-3 Communications/Cincinnati Electronics 28
Messer Construction Company 28
Integra Life Sciences 25
L-3 Communications Nova Engineering 25
Meritor Inc. 25
Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati 25
Shepherd Chemical Company 25
Belcan Corporation 24
Barnes Aerospace 23
Fossil, Inc. 22
General Electric Global Infrastructure Services 22
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 22
Cincinnati Bell Inc. 21
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation 21
KPF Architects 21
Harris Corporation 20
KAO Brands 20
CH2M Hill 19
Marathon Petroleum Company LLC (MPC) 19
SABIC Innovative Plastics (Formerly GE Plastics) 19
BHDP Architecture 18
Garan Incorporated 18
Siemens Energy and Automation, Inc. 18
Walsh Construction Company 18
White House I Black Market 18

 

Academic Internship Program

Company/Organization FY11 Internship Placements Summer 2011 Internship Placements Grand Total of Internship Placements
Advantage Home Health Care   1 1
Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati   1 1
American Beauty Association   2 2
American Red Cross   1 1
Avondale Community Council   2 2
Bank of America Merrill Lynch 1 1 2
Boys and Girl's Clubs of Greater Cincinnati 1 2 3
Business & Administration Departments of Neurology & Pathology University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center   1 1
Camp Joy   1 1
cateringplanet.com   1 1
Chanticleer Consulting 1   1
Children's Hospital 2   2
Cincinnati Academy of Medicine 1   1
Cincinnati Bell   1 1
CISE 1   1
Citigroup   1 1
CI-Vision 1   1
Cleveland Construction   1 1
Clovernook 1   1
Connected Ventures   1 1
Disney   1 1
Elderly Persons in Community   1 1
Freestore Foodbank 2   2
Future Blooms - Keep Cincinnati Beautiful   1 1
GC World Affairs Council 1   1
Girl Scouts of Western Ohio    2 2
Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber 1   1
Henry M. Wood Company   1 1
Hubert Company 1   1
India US Business Network 1   1
Infant Welfare Society   1 1
iNsight Holding Group 1   1
ITN Greater Cincinnati 1 1 2
KC Robotics   1 1
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful 2   2
Kroger   1 1
Leukemia Lymphoma Society 1   1
Lighthouse Youth Services   1 1
Marriott   1 1
Massillon Municipal Court's Law Director's Office 1   1
Mathis Foundation for Children 1 2 3
Matthew 25 Ministries 1 1 2
Maximum Freedom 1   1
NASA   1 1
Northern Kentuckly Tri-Ed 1   1
Northwestern Mutual Financial Network   1 1
Omega Processing Solutions   1 1
Our Daily Bread 1   1
Paddlefest 1   1
People Working Cooperatively 1   1
ProCamps Worldwide 1   1
Proctor & Gamble   1 1
Schlosser Financial 1   1
Seapine Software   1 1
Shepherd Chemical 1   1
Sherrod Brown 1   1
Shoptech Industrial Software   2 2
The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati   1 1
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society   2 2
University of Cincinnati 1   1
VITALITY Cincinnati, Inc.   2 2
Waddell & Reed   1 1
Washington United Methodist 1   1
WAVE Foundation at the Newport Aquarium   1 1
Waycross Community Media   2 2
Wesley Community Services 1   1
Wright Patterson   1 1

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How Much Do Co-op Students Earn?

Co-op Earnings Information
(based on FY2011 data)

  Average Maximum Minimum Respondents
Carl H. Lindner College of Business        
Accounting $14.84 $21.50 $10.00 172
Finance $13.83 $20.00 $10.00 135
Industrial Management $15.50 $23.00 $10.50 53
Information Systems $14.80 $21.76 $8.75 36
Master of Science in Information Systems $20.36 $29.00 $15.00 29
Marketing $12.88 $23.63 $7.40 211
Operations Management $15.00 $20.75 $10.00 75
College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning        
Bachelor of Architecture $12.23 $18.00 $7.50 170
Digital Design $14.60 $30.00 $7.69 169
Fashion Design $13.78 $26.25 $7.50 238
Graphic Design $13.90 $24.00 $7.50 215
Industrial Design $14.92 $24.00 $8.25 247
Interior Design $13.55 $20.00 $8.00 173
Master of Architecture $14.60 $20.00 $7.50 126
Urban Planning $12.36 $22.00 $8.00 56
College of Engineering & Applied Science        
Aerospace Engineering $15.42 $25.00 $10.00 189
Architectural Technology $13.45 $16.50 $8.00 88
Biomedical Engineering $14.45 $27.63 $8.00 189
Chemical Engineering $18.12 $34.06 $9.38 306
Chemical Technology $14.63 $18.75 $11.00 29
Civil Engineering $14.82 $27.63 $8.00 308
Computer Engineering $16.77 $27.23 $11.50 74
Computer Engineering Technology $14.16 $23.90 $10.00 26
Computer Science $15.02 $23.90 $9.62 98
Construction Management $13.54 $26.00 $10.00 171
Culinary Arts and Science $12.10 $14.00 $10.00 20
Electrical Engineering $17.18 $32.59 $8.13 182
Electrical Engineering Technology $15.70 $23.08 $9.00 72
Facilities and Hospitality Management $10.05 $13.00 $8.50 16
Information Technology $13.51 $22.45 $8.00 158
Materials Engineering $16.15 $21.75 $10.00 36
Mechanical Engineering $17.17 $32.59 $7.50 547
Mechanical Engineering Technology $14.91 $22.00 $10.00 170