Quality of Student Learning
Data last updated: March 2017
The quality of student learning is related to MSU’s Public Affairs Mission and Assessing Student Learning. This includes a requirement for all undergraduate students who have completed 90 or more credit hours to complete the University Exit Exam prior to graduation.
MSU’s Exit Exam consists of two parts. Part 1 is the Graduating Senior Survey, which all students take in common. Part 2 has two versions being divided evenly and randomly to the students.
Other Performance Indicators: Academic Profile; Student Experience; Diversity & Inclusion; Globalization
Data are updated each fall term
Measure 1: Exit Exams*
|FY 2011-2012||FY 2012-2013||FY 2013-2014||FY 2014-2015||FY 2015-2016|
|Missouri State University Average||450||452||448||445||446|
* All undergraduate students at Missouri State University who have completed 90 or more credit hours are required to take the University Exit Exam prior to graduation.