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Profile of Students, Fall 1998-2002


Program
UNDERGRADUATE
1998 1999 2000 2001 2002     Fall
 
358 396 399 402 401   AGRICULTURE & HUMAN ECOLOGY
               
218 242 252 238 229   Agriculture (BSAg)
123 144 144 162 172   Human Ecology (BSHE)
3 3 3 2 --   Pre-Forestry
14 7 -- -- --     Pre-Veterinary Medicine*
 
1,370 1,366 1,347 1,370 1,442   ARTS & SCIENCES
               
136 145 124 118 135   Biology (BS)
67 62 60 62 67   Chemistry (BS)
159 147 149 146 153   Computer Science (BS)
17 12 5 2 --   Criminal Justice (AAS)
1 2 -- -- --   Criminal Justice (Nondegree)
1 2 2 -- --   Economics (BS)
47 47 55 58 49   English (BA)
57 74 76 77 78   English- Journalism (BS)
20 17 12 24 23   Foreign Language (BA)
22 32 25 18 23   Geology (BS)
13 16 14 18 20   History (BA)
54 42 41 52 45   History (BS)
15 24 22 24 19   Mathematics (BS)
21 21 18 7 16   Physics (BS)
47 44 43 49 53   Political Science (BS)
7 9 10 10 12   Pre-Dental Hygiene
10 15 15 20 18   Pre-Dentistry
1 1 4 1 1   Pre-Health Information Management
4 4 3 2 --   Pre-Medical Technology
67 62 80 91 91   Pre-Medicine
7 4 7 5 5   Pre-Occupational Therapy
7 8 10 15 10   Pre-Optometry
21 26 36 61 86   Pre-Pharmacy
31 28 30 28 22   Pre-Physical Therapy
5 11 16 14 20   Professional Communication (BS)
198 186 183 158 151   Psychology (BS)
212 193 184 182 207   Sociology (BS)
5 1 -- -- --   Technical Communication (BS)
111 119 109 105 115   Wildlife & Fisheries Science (BS)
4 11 14 23 23   World Cultures & Business (BS)-A&S
3 1 -- -- --     World Cultures & Business (Nondegree)
 
1,412 1,462 1,514 1,559 1,448   BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
               
159 151 151 107 116   Accounting (BSBA)
838 865 906 940 844   Basic Business
247 257 273 290 298   Business Management (BSBA)
3 4 6 2 1   Economics (BSBA)
79 68 72 89 68   Finance (BSBA)
82 105 92 107 104   Marketing (BSBA)
4 12 14 24 17     World Cultures & Business (BS)-BuAd
 
1,326 1,276 1,199 1,221 1,287   EDUCATION
               
19 17 -- -- --   Art Education (BSEd)*
16 62 86 97 136   Child & Family Studies (BS)
123 59 17 3 1   Early Childhood Education (BS)
63 63 92 97 108   Fine Arts (BFA)
106 105 90 108 107   Health & Physical Education (BSEd)
512 498 478 483 500   Multidisciplinary Studies (BS)
121 155 153 154 150   Music (BM)
36 20 -- -- --   Music Therapy (BS)*
259 232 225 213 223   Secondary Education (BSEd)
71 65 58 66 62     Special Education (BS)
 
1,512 1,552 1,416 1,472 1,467   ENGINEERING
               
502 534 494 505 486   Basic Engineering
97 108 79 78 74   Chemical Engineering (BSChE)
197 201 168 185 186   Civil & Environmental Engineering (BSCE)
-- 27 60 65 90   Computer Engineering (BSCmpE)
229 211 181 177 183   Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
62 63 62 42 39   Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (BSIE)
115 110 100 109 113   Manufacturing & Industrial Technology (BSIT)
310 298 272 311 296     Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
 
700 753 748 803 813   INDEPENDENT PROGRAMS
               
463 445 479 498 529   General Curriculum
71 116 83 115 93   General Curriculum: Special
18 19 27 18 19   Pre-Law
148 173 159 172 172     Regulated Admission
 
-- -- -- 24 82   INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES & EXTEND ED
               
-- -- -- 4 43   Interdisciplinary Studies (BS)
-- -- -- 20 39     Professional Studies (BS)
   
225 238 253 248 311   NURSING
               
81 83 90 88 89   Nursing (BSN)
144 155 163 160 222     Nursing - Lower Division
 
6,903 7,043 6,876 7,099 7,251   ALL UNDERGRADUATE
 
 
 
GRADUATE      
1998 1999 2000 2001 2002     Fall
 
73 73 55 68 85   ARTS & SCIENCES
               
40 30 20 23 28   Biology (MS)
10 10 7 9 9   Chemistry (MS)
-- -- -- -- 3   Computer Science (MS)
11 12 13 13 16   English (MA)
6 13 12 14 16   Environmental Sciences (PhD)
6 8 3 9 13     Mathematics (MS)
 
115 118 122 120 122   BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
               
115 118 122 120 122     Business Administration (MBA)
 
745 778 863 879 857   EDUCATION
               
189 151 136 160 177   Curriculum & Instruction (MA)
19 12 10 7 8   Curriculum & Instruction (EdS)
5 -- -- -- --   Educational Administration & Supervision (MA)
1 1 -- --  --   Educational Administration & Supervision (EdS)
98 90 99 88 89   Educ Psychology & Counselor Education (MA)
28 47 40 31 30   Educ Psychology & Counselor Education (EdS)
-- -- 12 17 24   Exceptional Learning (PhD)
18 20 16 17 8   Health & Physical Education (MA)
263 313 386 364 332   Instructional Leadership (MA)
124 144 164 195 189     Instructional Leadership (EdS)
 
160 181 176 174 163   ENGINEERING
               
15 18 27 24 20   Chemical Engineering (MS)
17 21 18 22 25   Civil & Environmental Engineering (MS)
33 39 40 39 41   Electrical Engineering (MS)
29 27 31 29 31   Engineering (PhD)
14 16 10 7 2   Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (MS)
52 60 50 53 44     Mechanical Engineering (MS)
 
219 391 318 313 412   INDEPENDENT PROGRAMS
               
1 1 4 3 4   Graduate Nondegree:  Arts & Sciences
10 14 9 5 1   Graduate Nondegree:  Business
131 234 168 167 248   Graduate Nondegree:  Education
76 141 133 137 158   Graduate Nondegree:  Education, Postmaster's
1 1 4 1 1     Graduate Nondegree:  Engineering
 
1,312 1,541 1,534 1,554 1,639   ALL GRADUATE
               
 
8,215 8,584 8,410 8,653 8,890   GRAND TOTAL



* See program concentration table.




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