Career Outcomes

Report Your Post-Graduation Outcome

IU School of Public Health encourages all students and alumni to report their career outcomes through our secure analytics site. Please report employment, continuing education, military service, or volunteer experiences such as Peace Corps or AmeriCorps. We utilize this information to make decisions about our programs. Knowledge of successful career outcomes is also helpful to current and prospective students. Your data will only be reported in summary format and will not be individually identifiable.

School of Public Health Students are Making a Difference Near and Far

Top 5 states

Indiana • Illinois • New York • California • Florida

Graduation Outcomes at a Glance

School of Public Health has a 97% overall outcomes success rate.

*Overall success rate for SPH class of 18-19 based on a knowledge rate of 76%.

First-destination Outcomes by degree

  • Bachelor of Science

    Approximately two-thirds of our students who earn a Bachelor of Science degree directly enter the job market upon graduating, while about one-third of degree recipients continue their education in a graduate program to pursue career paths requiring an advanced degree–such as medicine or allied health.
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health

    While many of our BSPH graduates enter the workforce with health departments, nonprofits, or social service organizations, many transition into graduate programs to earn a Master of Public Health, Master of Social Work, or other professional degree.
  • Master of Public Health

    The majority of students who complete the Master of Public Health degree move directly enter the workforce. A large proportion are employed in the government/public sector or work for non-profit organizations. A small percentage enroll in doctoral-level programs upon graduation.
  • Master of Science

    Most students who complete a Master of Science degree find employment upon graduation with a large proportion working in the for-profit sector. A small percentage enroll in doctoral-level programs after completing their Master’s degree.
  • Doctorate

    Most students who complete a PhD degree secure employment at universities or research centers across the country.

Employment Sector

graph showing employment sector by degree

Continuing Education

29% of School of Public Health undergraduate degree recipients go on to pursue a graduate program.

Popular areas of continued study include:
Public Health • Medicine • Allied Health • Education • Law

• Business • Social Work • Computer Science • Public Policy

Report Your Graduation Success

What’s Next?
Seniors—Let us know your plans after graduation.
You will receive a survey about a month after graduation. Please fill out the survey to share your next step.

– Employment
– Graduate School
– Military Service
– Americorps/Peace Corps

We want to hear from all graduates!

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