Graduate and Professional Education

Mercer is required to make available information regarding the types of graduate and professional education in which baccalaureate degree recipients enroll.  The University obtained these data through the National Student Clearinghouse Student Tracker and Mercer's Student Information system, which provides information on enrollment and graduation. These data were captured from 2015-2020 bachelor degree recipients and were categorized according to the table at the bottom of this page.

Education Subsequent Enrollment

Health Professions Subsequent Enrollment

CLAS Subsequent Enrollment

NUR Subsequent Enrollment

COPA Subsequent Enrollment

EGR Subsequent Enrollment

Music Subsequent Enrollment

Degree Fields
Arts and Humanities Arts, Architecture (fine and applied); Art History; English Language and Literature; French Language and Literature; Spanish Language and Literature; Other Languages and Literature; History; Humanities; Music; Philosophy; Religion; Theater or Drama; Other Fine and Performing Arts; Other Humanities.
Biological Sciences & Natural Resources Biology (general); Agriculture; Biochemistry; Biophysics; Biomedical Science; Botany; Cell and Molecular Biology; Environmental Science; Marine Science; Microbiology; Natural Resources and Conservation; Neuroscience; Physiology; Developmental Biology; Zoology; Other Biological or Agricultural Sciences.
Physical Sciences, Math, and  Computer Science Physical Sciences (general); Astronomy; Atmospheric Science; Chemistry; Computer Science; Earth Science; Mathematics; Physics; Statistics; Other Physical Sciences.
Social Sciences Social Sciences (general); Anthropology; Economics; Ethnic Studies; Gender Studies; Geography; International Relations; Political Science; Psychology; Sociology; Other Social Sciences.
Communications, Media, and Public Relations Communications (general); Broadcast Communications; Journalism; Mass Communication and Media Studies; Public Relations and Advertising; Speech; Telecommunications; Other Communications.
Business Accounting; Business Administration; Entrepreneurial Studies; Finance; Hospitality and Tourism; International Business; Management; Management Information Systems; Marketing; Supply Chain Management; Organizational Leadership; Other Business.
Education Education (general); Business Education; Early Childhood Education; Elementary; Middle School, and Secondary Education; Mathematics Education; Music or Art Education; Physical Education; Social Studies Education; Science Education; Special Education; Other Education.
Engineering Engineering (general); Aero-Astronautical Engineering; Bioengineering; Biomedical Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering and Technology; Electrical or Electronic Engineering; Materials Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Petroleum Engineering; Software Engineering; Other Engineering.
Health Professions Allied Health; Dentistry; Health Science; Health Technology; Healthcare Administration and Policy; Kinesiology; Medicine; Nursing; Nutrition; Occupational Safety and Health; Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Public Health; Rehabilitation Services; Other Health Professions.
Social Service Professions Counseling; Criminal Justice; Criminology; Forensics; Justice Administration; Law; Military Science; Public Administration; Public Policy; Public Safety and Emergency Management; Social Work; and Urban Planning.