Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine

Seattle, Washington

Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine Graduate Salaries

How much do Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine graduates earn after graduation?

The value of a degree from Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine appreciates over time.

Washington Graduation Rate

What is Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine graduation rate?

Graduation rate gives you an idea of how much a school invests in the success of its students. The more students who graduate, the more likely those students are to have received all the academic support they needed during their studies. What's more, an impressive graduation rate decreases the chance that you'll have to study for longer than you expect.

NaN% of students at Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine graduate from a bachelor's degree program within 150% of the normal completion time, which is six years. This is a reasonable time frame for completing a bachelor's degree program.

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