STUDENT DISCLOSURE

Graduation Rates

 

The Student Right-to-Know Act requires schools to disclose graduation rates of certificate- or degree-seeking, full-time, first-time undergraduate students. These are students who have not attended post-secondary education courses before and who are attending school on a full-time basis. Manhattan Institute of Management’s programs are currently focused on students attending on a full-time basis; however, in the past, Manhattan Institute of Management’s programs was primarily directed to students attending school on most of whom had previously taken courses at another institution. Therefore, the cohort of students who meet the definition of full-time, first-time undergraduate students is very small.

 

For 2012, our two featured programs were as follows:

 

Business Administration Program
Diploma in Business Administration

 

For 2013, our two featured programs were as follows:

 

Business Administration Program
Diploma in Business Administration

 

For 2014, our featured programs were as follows:

 

Academic Performance Information 2014 (for general and advanced programs)

 

For 2015, our featured programs were as follows:

 

Academic Performance Information 2015 (for general and advanced programs)