Unfortunately, College Factual was unable to find data on California Institute of Advanced Management graduation rates.
Freshmen retention rate refers to the percentage of first-time / full-time students who return for their second year.
Nationwide, the average first to second year retention rate is 70.57%.
When looking at just colleges and universities in California, the average is 73.07%.
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Of the 0 students in the class of 3, how many completed their degree on time?
After four years <nil>% of the cohort graduated. After six years <nil>% had completed their degree, and <nil>% after eight years.
The official graduation rate of California Institute of Advanced Management is <nil>%. This is the percentage of students who completed their degree within 150% of the published time. That means six years for a standard bachelor's degree program.
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Some schools have mainly first-time, full-time students, while others cater to part-time students, transfer students, or adult learners. For a variety of reasons first-time, full-time students under the age of 25 are usually more likely to graduate in four years.
First-time, full-time students under the age of 25.
Any student that is not first-time, full-time, and under the age of 25.
Unfortunately, we don’t have access to data on California Institute of Advanced Management first-time, full-time students.
Unfortunately, we don’t have access to data on California Institute of Advanced Management first-time, part-time students.
Unfortunately, we don’t have access to data on California Institute of Advanced Management returning, part-time students.