Statement of Educational Effectiveness

Educational Effectiveness Snapshot Academic Year 2017-2018

Winebrenner Theological Seminary equips leaders for service in God’s Kingdom. The faculty and staff of Winebrenner are committed to providing an educational experience that meets this mission. The following reflects a snapshot of this demonstrated educational effectiveness using data based on the individuals graduating with Masters or Doctoral degrees in August 2018.

Graduation Rates reflect the percentage of graduates in the academic year who complete their program in 100% or 150% of their program length or less. This is a standard approach to measuring this benchmark.

Capstone Success varies from program to program but is typically the percentage of graduates in the academic year who successfully defend a thesis or dissertation, give a final summative presentation, pass a licensure examination, or in some other manner demonstrate mastery of the program outcomes.

Employment Rates reflect the percentage of graduates in the academic year that are employed or have accepted offers of employment as of the date of graduation. This data is collected through a graduate survey conducted by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada.

All educational effectiveness data is calculated by the Director of Institutional Assessment and Planning who can be reached at kathryn.helleman@winebrenner.edu for comments or questions.

Doctor of Ministry

Program Effectiveness Data

Two graduates on August 4, 2018

Graduation Rate

100% (Within 150% Program Length)

Capstone Success

100%

Employment Rate

100%

Master of Arts in Family Ministry

Program Effectiveness Data

One graduate on August 4, 2018

Graduation Rate

0% (Within 150% Program Length)* 1 Graduate

Capstone Success

100%

Employment Rate

100%

Master of Arts in Practical Theology

Program Effectiveness Data

Five graduates on August 4, 2018

Graduation Rate

100% (Within 150% Program Length)

Capstone Success

100%

Employment Rate

83%

Master of Divinity

Program Effectiveness Data

Two graduates on August 4, 2018

Graduation Rate

100% (Within 150% Program Length)

Capstone Success

100%

Employment Rate

100%

Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling

Program Effectiveness Data

One graduate on August 4, 2018

(The data provided for this program reflects requirements of CACREP accreditation standards)

Graduation Rate

0% (Within 150% Program Length)* 1 Graduate

Capstone Success (Ohio Licensure)

100%

Employment Rate

100%

Historic Ohio Licensure Rate (All Graduates)=87.5%

Current Students and Graduates were asked to evaluate the effectiveness of the program in meeting the following ten key performance indicators (KPI). Percentages indicate students who ranked the effectiveness related to the specific KPI at Met or Exceeds on a scale of Unmet, Met, or Exceeds.

Current Students

All Responding Graduates          (6 Individuals)

Understands and/or applies legal and ethical standards of the counseling profession.

100%

100%

Employs multicultural competencies (knowledge, awareness, and skills) relevant to clinical mental health counseling.

100%

83.33%

Understands, assesses, and/or treats various factors (biopsychosocial, neurological, physiological, familial) affecting human development, functioning, and behavior.

100%

83.33%

Applies strategies for assessing abilities, interests, values, personality, and other factors that contribute to career development.

87.5%

100%

Differentiates and applies various theories and techniques related to clinical mental health counseling, including one's own personal counseling theory.

100%

100%

Designs and implements culturally and ethically relevant individual, group, and family counseling interventions.

100%

83.33%

Comprehends, administers, and interprets various assessments relevant to academic, educational, career, personal, spiritual, and social development.

100%

83.33%

Identifies and applies evidence-based practices in clinical mental health counseling.

100%

100%

Utilizes techniques and interventions for prevention and treatment of a broad range of clinical mental health issues.

75%

83.33%

Demonstrates professional dispositions appropriate to a clinical mental practitioner.

100%

83.33%

Overall Graduate Satisfaction—ALL PROGRAMS

 (Taken from the Association of Theological Schools Graduate Survey Data 2017-2018 Academic Year)

Skill Area

Rating on a 5 point Scale

Ability to use and interpret Scripture

4.2

Ability to teach well

4.1

Knowledge of church doctrine and history

3.9

Ability to lead others

4.3

Ability to conduct worship/liturgy

4.0

Ability to work effectively within my own religious tradition

4.0

Ability in pastoral counseling

4.2

Ability to relate social issues to faith

4.0

Ability to give spiritual direction

4.4

Ability to think theologically

4.1

Measures of Personal Growth

Rating on a 5 point Scale

Enthusiasm for learning

4.1

Insight into troubles of others

3.8

Self-discipline and focus

4.3

Trust in God

3.9

Ability to live my faith in daily life

4.0

Self-confidence

4.3

Self-knowledge

4.3

Strength of spiritual life

4.1

Institutional Student Demographics

2017-2018 Academic Year

Female

Male

Not Disclosed

Total

42

60

0

102

41%

59%

0%

Unknown

Asian

Black or African American

Hispanics of any race

Nonresident Alien

Two or more races

White

(blank)

Total

1

2

11

2

2

2

80

2

102

1%

2%

11%

2%

2%

2%

78%

2%

2017-2018 New Student Retention Rates (Fall to Fall)

 

Number of New Admits

Retained Following Year

Retention as Percentage

MACC

3

2

67%

MAFM

0

0

n/a

MDIV

3

1

33%

MAPT

1

1

100%

DMIN

2

2

100%

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