TABLE 4-2

FULL-TIME 9/10 MONTH AND 11/12 MONTH INSTRUCTIONAL
FACULTY BY SEX AND TERMINAL DEGREE, FALL 1998-99

DEPARTMENT

NUMBER FACULTY

NUMBER HOLDING TERMINAL DEGREE

PERCENTAGE HOLDING TERMINAL DEGREE

X

M

F

M

F

X

College of Arts & Letters

X X X X X

School of Art & Art History

16

10

15

9

92%

Dean's Office, Associate Deans

1

1

1

1

100%

English

12

14

11

12

88%

Foreign Lang. & Literatures

9

5

8

4

86%

History

19

5

19

5

100%

School of Media Arts & Design

14

1

6

1

47%

School of Music

23

9

12

3

47%

Philosophy & Religion

8

3

8

3

100%

Political Science

11

6

11

6

100%

Sociology & Anthropology

8

7

8

7

100%

School of Speech Communication

13

11

6

5

46%

Technical & Scientific Communication

1

3

1

3

100%

School of Theatre & Dance

7

5

7

5

100%

Writing Program

4

6

4

3

70%

COLLEGE TOTAL

146

86

117

67

79%

College of Business

68

32

58

19

77%

COLLEGE TOTAL

68

32

58

19

77%

College of Education & Psychology

X X X X X

Basic School Project 1998-99

0

1

0

0

0%

School of Education

15

23

14

20

89%

Educational Media Laboratory

1

0

1

0

100%

Kinesiology

7

4

6

4

91%

School of Psychology

17

20

17

18

95%

COLLEGE TOTAL

40

48

38

42

91%

General Education

4

1

3

1

80%

College of Science & Mathematics

X XXX X X X

Biology

18

8

18

8

100%

Chemistry

10

4

10

4

100%

Geology & Environmental Studies

10

0

8

0

80%

Mathematics

22

3

20

3

92%

Physics

10

1

9

1

91%

College of Integrated Science & Technology

X X X X X

Center for Geographic Info. Science

5

1

5

1

100%

Communication Sciences & Disorders

7

3

7

2

90%

Computer Science

10

0

9

0

90%

Health Sciences

13

11

10

7

71%

Integrated Science & Technology

28

10

27

10

97%

Nursing

0

10

0

9

90%

Social Work

2

4

2

4

100%

Speech Recognition in Rosetta

1

0

0

0

0%

Substance Abuse Research Center

0

1

0

0

0%

COLLEGE TOTAL

66

40

60

33

88%

GRAND TOTAL

394

223

341

178

84%


NOTE:

Includes faculty on educational leave.  Faculty with terminal degrees includes the earned doctorate, the Doctor of Law (LL.D.), and the Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) for instructors in the performing arts.  The Master of Social Work (MSW) is considered to be the terminal degree for undergraduate social work instruction.

SOURCE:

JMU Office of Human Resources.

 

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