Student Outcomes

The purpose of collecting and displaying student outcomes at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences are two fold:

  1. To continually improve student learning. Information is gathered at the course, department, college, or university level to ascertain students’ knowledge, understanding, and ability to use their knowledge at the end of their academic programs. Results are used for program improvement and also used as research materials in UAMS’ ongoing search to provide better patient care.
  2. ┬áTo be transparent with prospective students and the public as to UAMS’ graduation rates, retention rates, employment rates, demographic information and other relevant information to demonstrate value to incoming students and to the state.

Institutional Learning Outcomes and Goals were created in 2020.

For more information on graduate and program completions including gender and ethnic data and longitudinal trends visit the Graduates Section of the Institutional Reports page.