AICP Exam Pass Rate
To become a certified planner, members of the American Planning Association (APA) must meet certain education and experience requirements and pass the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Exam.
|Number taking exam||0||0||0||1||1|
|Academic Year||Number Enrolled||Retention Rate||Graduated within 4 years||Graduation Rate|
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*Based on the internship supervisor's evaluations, for Academic Year (AY) 2012-13, 50% of the students who performed at the highest level "excellent (A)," and the remaining 50% of the students performed at the level of "good (B)."
|May 2010 Number/Percent||
|May 2012 Number/Percent||May 2013 Number/Percent||May 2014 Number/Percent|
|Graduates employed within 1yr. of graduation in a Professional Planning Job||5/56%||5/38%||3/27%||0|
|Graduates employed within 1yr. of graduation in a Planning-related Job||1/20%||2/22%||4/31%||3/27%||1/20%|
|Graduates not employed in planning or planning-related jobs within 1yr. of graduation||1/20%||1/8%||8/72%||4/80%|
|Graduates who pursue further education within 1yr. of graduation||2/40%||1/11%||1/8%||1/9%||0|
|Graduates with unknown employment status||1/20%||1/11%||2/15%||8/72%||0|