Tecnológico de Monterrey´s Mission is to educate leaders who have an entrepreneurial spirit, a humanistic outlook and are internationally competitive. To ensure the accomplishment of its Mission, Tecnológico de Monterrey defines student and alumni academic and professional goals and indicators, and assesses them in an ongoing basis
The following table summarizes some of the most recent data, used by Tecnológico de Monterrey to monitor the progress of its academic programs and projects, as an input for continuous improvement. These data also provide the general public with information to assess what to expect from college education at Tecnológico de Monterrey. Also, this information is provided for compliance with the policies established by SACSCOC for institutions accredited by this association.
|Indicator||Goal 2020||2017 - 2018|
|First-year retention rate||95%||91.3%|
|Graduation rate within 150% of the estimated time for a full time student||75%||69.9%|
|Graduating students recognized for their achievement in the General National Examination (EGEL) by the National Center for Higher Education Assessment (CENEVAL)||100%||80%|
|Undergraduate alumni employment rate within 3 months of graduation||90%||82%|
|Undergraduate alumni who are business partners or are incubating businesses within 3 months of graduation||25%||20.8%|
|Graduating students with international experience||85%||56.4%|
The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication is currently seeking the international accreditation of the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC). ACEJCM requires programs seeking accreditation to provide retention and graduation rates for the programs in the Department.
The following information includes the cumulative data for the following programs:
- Bachelor in Journalism and Media Studies.
- Bachelor in Communication and Digital Media.
The Department retention rates represent the percentage of returning first year students of the mentioned academic programs for a second year of studies. The Campus Retention rates represent the percentage of returning first year students of all academic programs at the Monterrey Campus for a second year of studies.
The Department Graduation rates represent the percentage of students that graduated within 9 semesters of studies in the academic programs mentioned having chosen that academic program as freshmen. The Campus Graduation rates represent the percentage of students that graduated within 9 semesters of studies in any academic program offered on campus having chosen that same academic program as freshmen.
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