Attrition and Completion Data

2015 cohort

Four entrants, fully funded; one female.

2014 cohort

Five entrants, fully funded; two female. One (male) left after the first year; four continuing.

2013 cohort

Five entrants, fully funded; one female; five continuing.

2012 cohort

Five entrants, fully funded; three female. Two left after the first year (both female); three continuing.

2011 cohort

Five entrants, fully-funded; two female. One graduated; four continuing.

2010 cohort

Five entrants, fully-funded; none female. One left to return to software industry; four continuing.

 

2009 cohort

Four entrants, fully funded; one female. Three graduated; one continuing.

 

2008 cohort

Five entrants, fully funded; none female. Two left in first year; one left with an MA; one graduated; one continuing.

 

2007 cohort

Seven entrants, five funded; two female (both funded). One (female) left after the first year; one (unfunded) transferred to another PhD program with an MA; one (funded) left the program with an MA; four graduated.

 

2006 cohort

Five entrants, fully funded; one female. Two left the program with an MA (one female); three completed.

 

2005 cohort

Six entrants, five funded; one female (funded). One transferred to another PhD program after the first year; five completed.

 

2004 cohort

Eight entrants, five funded; three female (two funded). One (unfunded female) left after the first year; five completed; one didn’t complete..

 

2003 cohort

Six entrants, three funded; one female (funded). Four left with an MA (one female); two completed. 

 

2002 cohort

Twelve entrants, five funded; six female (three funded). Six left the program (one funded, two with an MA); six completed (four female).

 

2001 cohort

Sixteen entrants, four funded; four female (two funded). Eight left the program (one funded, three with an MA); eight completed (three funded; three female).

 

2000 cohort

Five entrants, one funded; two female (neither funded). Four left the program (two with an MA); one completed (funded).

 

1999 cohort

Seven entrants, six funded; one female (funded). Two left with an MA (one unfunded); five completed.

 

1998 cohort

Five entrants, two funded; none female. One left with an MA; three completed.