Pathway Velocity Dashboard

The Pathway Velocity Dashboard focuses on the analysis of the pathway of your institution selected in the filter on the right-hand side. 

Pathway Table

The first data table includes the following information about the pathway.

  • Pathway Name

 

  • Student Count

 

  • Credits Required  (sum of the credits across the pathway’s course sequence)
 
  • Productive Credits
 
  • Total Credits
 
  • Average Credits Transferred (number of credits applied to this pathway, not accomplished at this institution)
  • Institutional Credits Required (credits to be taken at the institution, not transferred in)
    • (Credits Required) - (Average Credits Transferred)

 

Institution Metrics Section

Metrics are shared from other dashboards and how these values are calculated is described in the Intro to Degree Velocity Dashboard article.   

  • Degree Velocity
  • Total Credit/Year
  • Productive Credits/Year
  • Total Velocity
  • Productive Ratio

 

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Degree Completion Projections

The Degree Completion Projections visualization estimates how long it takes for the average student to complete their degree in years and in credits.

  • Time to Degree: estimates how long it takes for the average student to complete their degree in years.
  • Credits to Degree: estimates how long it takes for the average student to complete their degree in credits.

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Current Pace

Current Pace (blue bar) shows the average time a student would take to complete this pathway if they continued to take credits towards this pathway in the same way as they have before; same credits attempted and completed per term as before.

Corrected Pace

Correct Pace (green bar) shows the average time a student would take to complete this pathway if they started to take courses at 100% Degree Velocity; thirty credits per year attempted and completed.

We expect the true completion to be somewhere in the middle; early unproductive credits may skew the current pace longer than reality while a failed class may make the bottom bar unobtainable.


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