In 2010, IU Southeast had no students in its bachelor of science program for psychology. Zero. Zilch. Nada. Today, it has 54 students and IUS’ total number of psychology graduates over that time has nearly doubled from 44 in 2010-11 to 84 in 2015-16. Likewise the total number of psychology majors (which includes an B.A. program as well) has risen from 368 to 450 — a pace that has surpassed other IUS departments and the university overall.
So what is behind a rise in student success so dramatic that other IUS programs are starting to follow suit?
A four-part course model that relies on personal investment by senior faculty into their students and data analysis that indicates the best ways to use staff, resources and programs to maintain students momentum toward their career goals.
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