Miscellaneous Student Statistics for Various Surveys -- 2013-14

Number of undergraduate sections by size
100-400 level sections, Fall 2013
excluding professional schools
Section Size reportU.S. News CategoriesOther survey categories
SizeNumberPercentSizeNumberPercent Class sectionsClass Sub-sectionsSizePercent
1-5 546 7.8% 1-9 97713.97%481496Under 2038.8%
6-9 431 6.2%
10-14 641 9.2% 10-19173724.84%1138599
15-19 1096 15.7%
20-29 1934 27.7% 20-29193427.66%852108220-4948.1%
30-39 1055 15.1% 30-39105515.09%381674
40-49 375 5.4% 40-49 3755.36% 241134
50-99 512 7.3% 50-99 5127.32% 422 9050 or more13.1%
100-249 292 4.2% 100+4025.75%36735
250-499 90 1.3%
Over 50020 0.3%
Total 6992 100% Total6992100%38823110Total100%
Sections with a grad asst as
primary instructor
2515
(36.0%)
  796
(20.5%)
1719
(55.3%)
 
Average section size35.9 44.325.6 
Source: DMI Section Size Report and PN 2004/100
sectsizefa13.xlsx
100-400 level sections,
excluding II and extramural classes. Instructors as of 01/02/14
Class sections are all lecture and lecture-discussion sections and some discussion, lab, lab-discussion, flight, and conference sections. For courses with no lecture or lecture-discussion component, we count as the main class sections the first section found with a schedule type of discussion, lab, lab-discussion, flight, or conference, in that order. So, for a course with only discussion and lab sections, we count the discussion sections as "class sections" and the labs as "class subsections". Music conference sections are always counted as subsections, even when there is no other section type. Sub-sections are all other schedule types





100-level sections by class size and type of instructor for Fiske

Excluding II, Extramural classes
Instructors as of 01/02/14
Management Information PN 2004/100

Fall, 2013

 NPercent
ALL 2701 100.0
By class size
1-25 163260.4%
26-50 751 27.8%
51-100160 5.9%
100+ 158 5.8%
By instructor type*
ADJUNCT114842.5%
GRAD 113341.9%
JUNIOR 73 2.7%
TENURED347 12.8%
* Note: instructors are still being entered into Banner and at this time (December), these numbers should be considered preliminary.


Degrees granted by 2-digit CIP code

August, 2012 to May, 2013
Management Information PN2006/040
CIPDisciplineBachelorMasterDoctoral (research)Doctoral (Prof Practice)*Adv Cert
AllAll 813832248093506
01Agribusiness & Agr Production 446 95 30 0 0
03Renewable Natural Resources 49 27 3 0 0
04Architecture & Env Design 169 110 5 0 0
05Area & Ethnic Studies 145 20 1 0 0
09Communications 713 46 9 0 0
11Computer Science 207 80 55 0 0
13Education 251 268 54 0 2
14Engineering 1348 488186 0 0
15Engineering & Engr Tech 0 84 0 0 0
16Languages Other than English 122 23 25 0 0
19Home Econ/Voc Home Economics 58 0 0 0 0
22Law 0 116 2229 0
23English/Lit in English 253 6 12 0 0
24Liberal/General Studies 8 0 0 0 0
25Library and Archival Sciences 0 298 5 0 4
26Biological Sciences 620 49 70 0 0
27Mathematics 174 99 27 0 0
30Inter/Multi-Disciplinary 58 4 5 0 0
31Recreation 304 61 22 0 0
38Philosophy/Religious Studies 27 3 7 0 0
40Physical Sciences 230 38103 0 0
42Psychology 493 37 44 0 0
44Public Affairs 59 135 11 0 0
45Social Sciences 676 96 41 0 0
50Fine and Performing Arts 180 82 46 0 0
51Health-related 355 89 18121 0
52Business 1047 865 15 0 0
54History 146 5 13 0 0
plus 3 Professional Pilot Curriculum Certificates.
* Doctoral Degrees - professional practice -- includes the Doctor of Audiology, the DVM, and the JD. This new category replaces the old Professional designation.


Age breakdown of students enrolled Fall, 2013


Country of origin of students enrolled Fall, 2013


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