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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

MS Master of Science in Education Reading and Literacy specialization

Student Satisfaction Ratings

School of Education Master's Degree Graduates

Data from graduates across all Education masters programs have been combined for these Student Experience results.

Most graduates of the School of Education master's degree programs report that earning a master's degree has helped them meet program and career goals. They are likely to recommend Capella to friends and family.

Overall satisfaction with experiences at Capella 93% Capella helped me meet my program outcomes 86% Recommended Capella to a friend or family member 86% Education is relevant to career goals 87%

Percentage of respondents who answered affirmatively
Source: Responses to the Alumni Outcomes Survey one year after graduation. The data were collected during Q3 2011 – Q2 2012.

School of Education master's degree graduates say that they gained valuable skills and abilities which are applicable in a range of professional settings.

Communicate thoughts and ideas in varied settings 89% Show ethical conduct reflecting values and beliefs of discipline 90% Show apprciation for group and individual differences 91% Show knowledge of field; respect contributions of other fields 86% Apply specialized knowledge of professional practice area 84% Demonstrate effective leadership in diverse environments 86% Critically analyze and evaluate thinking using intelluctual standards and creativity 87% Write accurately and professionally; use sources appropriately 86% Evaluate and use technology to meet professional and personal needs 82% Apply theory to analyze issues, solve problems and create knowledge 79% Address legal, professional and other issues when disseminating information 83%

Percentage of respondents who rated themselves as "proficient" or "distinguished" on ability to demonstrate the skill or ability on the job.
Source: Responses to the Alumni Outcomes Survey one year after graduation. The data were collected during Q3 2011 – Q2 2012.