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Department Profile: Modern Languages

 

Department Profile 
Modern Languages
2004 - 2014
Fall 2004Fall 2005Fall 2006Fall 2007Fall 2008Fall 2009Fall 2010Fall 2011Fall 2012Fall 2013Fall 2014
Enrollment, FTE Student
Total233220226348388236220195219230
Lower Division199185189315354201186167185200
Upper Division32353731333434283430
Graduate10010110.2500
Faculty FTE
Total15.2814.5014.2914.3915.6616.3814.1715.0015.6316.25
Lower Division11.6611.3810.7111.4912.63
Upper Division3.313.123.372.793.01
Graduate0.310.000.210.110.02
Enrollment, SCRH
Total3498330934015220582335433294292532863453
Lower Division2994277528384731531630182784250827753006
Upper Division492534557468501516504414511447
Graduate120621696300
Major (1st)*
Total2929364749646151534736
Undergraduate2929364749646151534736
Graduate00000000000
Major (2nd)*
Total1828343755454241413230
Major Per FTE Faculty3.083.934.905.846.646.296.496.275.054.06
Student/Faculty Ratio
Total15.2815.2115.8724.2124.8014.4315.5013.0014.0214.15
Lower Division17.1216.2517.6627.4428.06
Upper Division9.9011.4311.0111.1811.10
Graduate3.230.002.4116.6224.50
Degrees Granted (Aug., Dec. & May)*
Total38713561215141315
Undergraduate38713561215141315
Graduate00000000000
* Includes: French, German, Russian, Spanish, Language and International Trade

The increase in the FTE Student, SCRH, and therefore Student Faculty Ratio is due to a change in the registration semester of the High School Language Program from the Spring 2008 to Fall 2007.