Career Outcomes

We’re proud that the vast majority of UM students find their paths to success by the time they graduate or soon thereafter. Learn more about the post-graduation outcomes of UM graduates as a whole and graduates like you by exploring the information below.

University of Miami Career Outcomes Infographic

You’re probably wondering, What does a University of Miami education get me? Where will I end up and what will I be doing once I graduate? First of all, we know that the value of a University of Miami degree can’t be summed simply by tallying the number of students who get a job when they graduate. As a University of Miami student, you’ll get a great education and gain extensive knowledge in a variety of fields through majors, minors, and cognates. You’ll participate in activities and organizations that build leadership and character in addition to helping you put your knowledge into action. At Toppel, we help you pull all of this together to explore possible career paths, prepare for life after college, and build your network to become career ready. 

Class of 2020 Career Outcomes Infographic

Class of 2021 data can be expected Spring 2022 due to the nature of data collection, which includes a 6-month follow-up, among other initiatives requiring time to prepare the data. This process follows the protocol put forth by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

Interactive Outcomes Data

The following visualization represents data from the undergraduate May 2015 to May 2020 graduating classes and allows you to filter by graduation term, School or College, and specific major. The visualization is set to show you the most recent year's data by default. Data were collected utilizing a variety of means from the time of graduation up to six months from graduation. Please note that some majors have very few students, and the data are therefore limited.

**UM Faculty & Staff: For any requests or questions concerning these data, please contact the Office of Institutional Research & Strategic Analytics (IRSA).