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Undergraduate Program Outcomes

In order to foster continued public awareness and confidence about academic quality the following updated information is routinely provided to the public regarding the program's performance.

1) Student Retention Rate, Including the Number of Students Enrolled in the Major and Graduate Each Year During the Previous Three-Year Period

AY 2012 – 222 majors/53 graduates
AY 2013 – 254 majors/56 graduates
AY 2014 – 212 majors/89 graduates

2) Average Number of Semesters, Quarters or Trimesters Necessary to Complete the Program After Declaring the Major (Excluding General Education Requirements and Minor Course Work) Over the Previous Three-Year Period

3 semesters

Financial Information

3) Estimated Cost of Tuition and Fees Per Term
Approximately $4,700 (full time; 12-15 hours)

4) Available Financial Aid Sources for Students at the University

From http://financialaid.unt.edu/overview-financial-aid-process:


A grant is a type of need-based aid that does not have to be repaid. Your financial need is determined by the FAFSA. Many federal, state and institutional grants are available at UNT.


Work-study jobs are partially funded by the state or federal government. Eligibility for the work-study program is determined by financial need. Work-study students work 10 to 20 hours per week on campus and receive an hourly wage. A typical award is up to $4,000 per nine-month academic period. Students who are not eligible for work-study may seek employment on campus by visiting the Career Center’s website.


Loans are available at low interest rates to students and parents of dependent students and must be repaid after you graduate or drop below half-time status. Some loans are based on financial need and others are available regardless of your financial circumstances. Several loan programs are available at UNT.

Student Employment Information

5) Rehabilitation-Related Employment Rate of Graduates within the First six Months Following Graduation 

30% of graduates are employed in rehabilitation settings post-graduation. The remainder of graduates are either employed in other non-rehabilitation related settings or are pursuing graduate studies.

6) Number of Graduates Who Are Accepted into Graduate Programs, and Types of Programs Students Are Accepted into, over the Previous Three-Year Period

  • 23% of graduates pursued graduate school
  • Majors include rehabilitation counseling, counseling, social work and law school

7) Types of Employment Settings where Graduates Have Been Hired over the Previous Three Years.

  • Addiction treatment centers
  • Disability accommodation programs at schools and universities
  • Hospitals and clinics that treat people with head injuries
  • Independent-living and other community programs
  • Insurance companies
  • Mental health centers
  • Probation and parole offices
  • State and federal rehabilitation programs
  • Child Protective Services
  • Veterans Affairs centers