The term “placement rate” refers to graduates who are working for a company or organization, or attending graduate school or other advanced training.
The results were about the same as MUM’s previous year — the class of 2008 had a 95% placement rate nine to twelve months after graduating.
A national survey of four-year colleges found that 67% of U.S. job-seeking graduates had a job within six months of graduating. By comparison, 90% of MUM’s class of 2009 who were seeking employment were hired or self-employed within nine to twelve months of graduating.
In this program you will participate in the creation of an original Web-TV Series, working alongside fellow students and industry professionals. This unique opportunity is being made available to a select number of students who will work together to write, produce, edit, and distribute the series. Every student will work in different capacities throughout the course of the production.
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