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Workforce and Economic Development Dashboards


The interactive dashboards summarize employment and wage information, graduate production and enrollment preference and trends for Oklahoma's public and private colleges and universities from 2009-10 to 2015-16.

Data are reported at the student level by field of study.* The dashboard also allows for data to be disaggregated or customized by using any combination of available filters or parameter controls.

Click on an image below to view a dynamic dashboard.



How many students earn degrees from Oklahoma colleges and universities, and what fields do they study?

Graduates by Field of Study

Graduates by Field of Study and Year, 2011-12 to 2015-16



How many students are enrolled in Oklahoma colleges and universities, and what are the most popular fields of study?

Enrollment by Field of Study

Student Enrollment by Field of Study and Year, 2011-12 to 2015-16



Of the students enrolled in the State of Oklahoma, where are they enrolled, and what are the most popular fields of study?

Enrollment by Institution Dashboard

Student Enrollment by Institution, Year and Field of Study, 2011-12 to 2015-16



Of the students graduating from Oklahoma's colleges and universities, how many can be found employed in Oklahoma one to Five Years after graduation, and what are their salaries?

Median Annual Salary by Degree Dashboard

Statewide Median Annual Salary by Degree Level, Field of Study and Industry, One to Five Years After Graduation for All State System Graduates, 2009-10 Through 2013-14



*Field of study is determined using the National Center for Education Statistics, Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP). Its purpose is to facilitate the organization, collection and reporting of fields of study and program completions. The CIP taxonomy is organized on three levels:

1) the two-digit series,
2) the four-digit series and
3) the six-digit series.

The two-digit series represent the most general groupings of related programs. The four-digit series represent intermediate groupings of programs that have comparable content and objectives. The six-digit series, also referred to as six-digit CIP Codes, represent specific instructional programs.

For a more detailed explanation of what the CIP is and how it is used, refer to the following link: https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/cipcode/Files/Introduction_CIP2010.pdf. (external PDF).