B 4 a Majors Enrolled By Level (Annual Headcount)
Comparative Studies (Program CIP: 309999)

  Comparative Studies College Total
University Total
2011-2012 2012-2013 2012-2013 2012-2013
Professional       124
Bachelors     4,703 28,523
Masters/Specialist     438 4,675
Doctoral 56 46 46 927
Unclassified       2,927
Total 56 46 5,187 37,176

Source: Student Data Course File
Note: For Annual Headcounts, each student is counted once whether enrolled in summer, fall or spring.
Students enrolled in more than one term during the year are included in the level of their latest term.



B 4 b Majors Enrolled (Annual Headcount) By Gender and Ethnicity
Comparative Studies (Program CIP: 309999)

  Comparative Studies College Total
University Total
2011-2012 2012-2013 2012-2013 2012-2013
Professional Asian or Pacific Islander Female       8
Male       6
Total       14
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin) Female       1
Total       1
Hispanic Female       14
Male       3
Total       17
White (Not of Hispanic Origin) Female       41
Male       47
Total       88
Not Reported Female       2
Male       2
Total       4
Total Female       66
Male       58
Total       124
Undergraduate American Indian/Alaskan Native Female     23 96
Male     6 77
Total     29 173
Asian or Pacific Islander Female     94 776
Male     64 664
Total     158 1,440
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin) Female     459 3,535
Male     304 2,129
Total     763 5,664
Hispanic Female     700 3,922
Male     471 2,855
Total     1,171 6,777
White (Not of Hispanic Origin) Female     1,475 7,431
Male     1,016 6,217
Total     2,491 13,648
Non-Resident Alien Female     42 318
Male     27 294
Total     69 612
Not Reported Female     16 130
Male     6 79
Total     22 209
Total Female     2,809 16,208
Male     1,894 12,315
Total     4,703 28,523
Graduate American Indian/Alaskan Native Female     1 11
Male       8
Total     1 19
Asian or Pacific Islander Female 1 1 11 155
Male     6 119
Total 1 1 17 274
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin) Female 5 2 26 624
Male 1 2 14 265
Total 6 4 40 889
Hispanic Female 4 4 49 495
Male 2 2 26 318
Total 6 6 75 813
White (Not of Hispanic Origin) Female 27 23 186 1,926
Male 11 9 123 1,233
Total 38 32 309 3,159
Non-Resident Alien Female 5 3 33 177
Male     9 200
Total 5 3 42 377
Not Reported Female       41
Male       30
Total       71
Total Female 42 33 306 3,429
Male 14 13 178 2,173
Total 56 46 484 5,602
Unclassified American Indian/Alaskan Native Female       5
Male       4
Total       9
Asian or Pacific Islander Female       118
Male       120
Total       238
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin) Female       273
Male       143
Total       416
Hispanic Female       282
Male       207
Total       489
White (Not of Hispanic Origin) Female       854
Male       748
Total       1,602
Non-Resident Alien Female       64
Male       57
Total       121
Not Reported Female       30
Male       22
Total       52
Total Female       1,626
Male       1,301
Total       2,927

Source: Student Data Course File
Note: For Annual Headcounts, each student is counted once whether enrolled in summer, fall or spring.
Students enrolled in more than one term during the year are included in the level of their latest term.



C 3 Degrees Awarded
Comparative Studies (Program CIP: 309999)

  Comparative Studies College Total
University Total
2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2012-2013 2012-2013
  Degrees awarded with a:         297.0
Associates Single major
All         297.0
Bachelors Degrees awarded with a:       1,087.0 4,861.0
Single major
Double or triple major       66.0 263.0
All       1,153.0 5,124.0
Masters Degrees awarded with a:       127.0 1,413.0
Single major
Double or triple major         2.0
All       127.0 1,415.0
Specialist Degrees awarded with a:         25.0
Single major
All         25.0
Doctorate Degrees awarded with a: 10.0 5.0 8.0 8.0 103.0
Single major
All 10.0 5.0 8.0 8.0 103.0
Total Degrees awarded with a: 10.0 5.0 8.0 1,222.0 6,699.0
Single major
Double or triple major       66.0 265.0
All 10.0 5.0 8.0 1,288.0 6,964.0

Source: Student Data Course File
Note: Degrees awarded with multiple majors may result in fractional degree totals for some groups.
A degree awarded with a single major contributes 1 degree, a double major contributes 1/2 degree in each major,
and a triple major contributes 1/3 degree in each major to the degree totals.



Effectiveness Data
 
E 1 Rating of Quality of Instruction (item 20) and Instructor (item 21) from Student Perception of Teaching (SPOT)
Comparative Studies

Scale 1=Excellent 5=Poor 20. Rate the quality of instruction as it contributed to your learning in the course.
College Total
University Total
2012-2013 2012-2013
Undergraduate # Sections   1,927 5,771
Mean Rating   1.8 1.9
Graduate # Sections   137 1,016
Mean Rating   1.6 1.7
Total # Sections   2,064 6,787
Mean Rating   1.7 1.8

Source: Student Perception of Teaching Results



Effectiveness Data
 
E 1 Rating of Quality of Instruction (item 20) and Instructor (item 21) from Student Perception of Teaching (SPOT)
Comparative Studies

Scale: 1=One of Most Effective 5=One of Least Effective 21. What is your rating of this instructor compared to other instructors you have had?
College Total
University Total
2012-2013 2012-2013
Undergraduate # Sections   1,927 5,771
Mean Rating   2.0 2.0
Graduate # Sections   137 1,016
Mean Rating   1.8 1.9
Total # Sections   2,064 6,787
Mean Rating   1.9 2.0

Source: Student Perception of Teaching Results