The W. A. Franke College of Business by the numbers
We pride ourselves on creating a learning environment where you are not a number, but a student first—greeted in the halls and known in your classrooms. But, for the records, here is The W. A. Franke College of Business by the numbers.
Retention rates for FCB
Note: This data includes the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management.
Retention rates are presented for all new undergraduate students assigned to a degree-seeking fall cohort. Retention rates for post-baccalaureate students are not included due to the diverse goals of this population.
Cohorts are established using NAU’s official 21-day census population and stringent IPEDS rules. Subsequent retention of each cohort is based on any enrollment—official or unofficial. The program/plan used in cohort reporting and assignments coincides with the census-day major and adheres to IPEDS regulations for cohort reporting.
Fall Semester Undergraduate Cohort Retention Analysis by CollegeFull-Time Only First Time Freshmen within Original Start College (The W. A. Franke College of Business)
|Cohort Year||Headcount||1 Year||2 Year||3 Year||4 Year||5 Year||6 Year|
|Two or more||114||152||205||233||217|
Graduation rates among undergraduate students
Job placement outcomes by major
Salary data for graduating students (May 2018)
*National average based on NACE Reporting. This includes “all” colleges and universities in the U.S. Salaries will vary based on regions throughout the country impacted by cost of living, etc.
Job opportunities and employers by Franke major
The FCB Career Development Office (CDO) has an extensive sampling of job opportunities and companies for each major.
While the CDO’s sampling is extensive, it is not a complete list of all our former students’ employers. For more career information, visit the CDO Pinterest for updated boards on Accounting, Marketing, Management, Finance, Information Systems, and Economics opportunities.
For academic year 2018–19, The W. A. Franke College of Business offered quality instruction from a broad collection of faculty members.
Note: these statistics do not include the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management.
Assessments in business fields
ETS® Major Field Test
The ETS® Major Field Test for the Bachelor’s Degree in Business contains 120 multiple-choice questions designed to measure a student’s subject knowledge and the ability to apply facts, concepts, theories, and analytical methods.
The W. A. Franke College of Business’ most recent ETS® results (spring 2016) show that our students performed above the national average in every category.The W. A. Franke College of Business 158.9 mean ETS® Major Field Test score All participating institutions 150.3 mean ETS® Major Field Test score Peer institutions 156.6 mean ETS® Major Field Test score (among five of our AACSB peers who took the exam and five other similar institutions).