BSM Completion Rates

Tulane University admits all new full-time freshmen into the undergraduate college of Newcomb-Tulane. By the start of their junior year, students are required to declare a major and join its associated school. As such, a true freshman cohort does not exist for the A.B. Freeman School of Business; however, completion rates can be tracked beginning with the point of declaration or first junior semester. This does not include students who left the university in their freshman or sophomore years.

In the fall of 2013, 372 students from the fall 2011 entering class were enrolled in the Freeman School Bachelor of Science in Management program. Of that cohort (which includes sophomores, juniors, and seniors), 95.43% earned a BSM by the summer of 2017. 2.96% transferred to another Tulane school and were awarded a bachelor’s degree within the same timeframe. Thus, 98.39% of the students enrolled in the BSM program as either sophomores, juniors, or seniors in fall 2013 were awarded a bachelor’s degree by Tulane University as of summer 2017.

Tulane University’s 2011 entering freshman class, when tracked from their first semester and for six subsequent years, graduated at a rate of 83%.