TABLE 4-2

FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY BY
SEX AND TERMINAL DEGREE, FALL 2002-03

DEPARTMENT NUMBER FACULTY NUMBER HOLDING TERMINAL DEGREE PERCENTAGE HOLDING TERMINAL DEGREE
      Male Female Male Female    
College of Arts & Letters                       
    School of Art & Art History 15 12   12 11 85%
    School of Communication Studies 14 16 9 7 53%
    Dean's Office 1 2 1 2 100%
    English 15 15 13 12 83%
    Foreign Lang. & Literatures 9 6 8 4 80%
    History 21 7 21 7 100%
    School of Media Arts & Design 15 3 11 3 78%
 
  
    School of Music
21 12 14 6 61%
    Philosophy & Religion 15 2 15 2 100%
    Political Science 12 7 12 6 95%
    Sociology & Anthropology 13 6 12 6 95%
    Technical & Scientific Communication 2 3 2 2 80%
    School of Theatre & Dance 7 5 7 4 92%
    Writing Program 6 12 4 4 44%
         COLLEGE TOTAL 166 108 141 76 79%
College of Business 79 33 63 22 76%
         COLLEGE TOTAL 79 33 63 22 76%
College of Education                    
    Adult Degree Program 1 0 1 0 100%
    Dean's Office 1 0 1 0 100%
    School of Education 12 29 12 26 93%
    Educational Technology & Media 
    Center
1 0 1 0 100%
         COLLEGE TOTAL 15 29 15 26 93%
General Education 1 1 1 1 100%
College of Science & Mathematics                      
    Biology 19 9 18 9 96%
    Chemistry 10 5 10 5 100%
    Dean's Office 1 0 1 0 100%
    Geology & Environmental Science 10 0 9 0 90%
    Mathematics & Statistics 24 9 21 6 82%
    Physics 10 2 9 2 92%
         COLLEGE TOTAL 74 25 68 22 91%
College of Integrated Science & Technology                      
    Communication Sciences & Disorders 7 4 7 3 91%
    Computer Science 16 2 13 1 78%
    Dean's Office 0 1 0 1 100%
    Health Sciences 13 14 10 10 74%
    Integrated Science & Technology 33 9 32 9 98%
    School of Kinesiology & Recreation  
    Studies
7 6 7 6 100%
    Nursing 1 8 0 4 44%
    School of Psychology 21 17 21 16 97%
    Social Work 1 6 1 6 100%
    Office of Substance Abuse Research 0 1 0 0 0%
         COLLEGE TOTAL 99 68 91 56 88%
Center for Assessment & Research Studies 2 4 2 4 100%
         GRAND TOTAL 436 268 381 207 84%
   
NOTE: Includes faculty on educational leave with pay. 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 (M.S.W.) is considered to be the terminal degree for undergraduate social work instruction.
   
SOURCE: Fall Personnel Census and Human Resources.

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