Academic Profile

Statistics are based on Autumn Quarter 2006

Academic Structure

College of Arts and Sciences:

Fine Arts
Humanities
Science and Engineering
Social and Behavioral Sciences

Schools:

Business and Economics
Education
Health Sciences
Psychology, Family and Community
Theology

Academic Programs

Undergraduate Majors 56
Undergraduate Minors 42
Masterís and Post-Master's Degrees 11
Doctoral Programs 3

Class Size

73 percent of the Autumn Quarter 2006 undergraduate classes had enrollments of 30 or less.

Undergraduate Majors

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Graduate Programs

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Top 10 Undergraduate Programs

By number of students enrolled fall and accepted into a major.
  1. Business Administration
  2. Psychology
  3. Nursing
  4. Biology
  5. Communication
  6. Political Science
  7. English
  8. Sociology
  9. Art
  10. Textiles, Clothing & Interiors

Graduate Areas of Specialization

Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Clinical Psychology (Ph.D.)
Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.)
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
Marriage and Family Therapy (M.F.T.)
Creative Writing (M.F.A.)
Nurse Practitioner
Nursing (M.S.N.)
Information Systems Management (M.S.)
School Administration (M.Ed.)
School Counseling (M.Ed.)
Teaching (M.A.)
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (M.A)
Organizational Psychology (M.A. and Ph.D.)


Institutional Student-Faculty Ratio:

15:1(Based on Common Data Set definition)

Faculty Headcount

Headcount

% with terminal degree

Full-time Teaching 175

89%

Faculty with non-teaching assignments 10

100%

Part-time Faculty 20

65%

Librarians 6

67%

Adjunct Faculty 135 n/a
Total 346

86%



Degrees Awarded 2005-06

Doctoral Degrees (Ed.D., Ph.D.) 17
Master's Degrees (M.A., M.A.T, M.B.A., M.Ed., M.S., M.S.N.) 216
Bachelor's Degrees (B.A., B.S.) 737
Total 970