Table II-1-a-1
Enrollment (Number) by Program and Gender
Fall 1999

Program Status Male Female Total
Number
Percent
FT / PT
Number Percent Number Percent
Bachelor's Full-Time 981 67.5% 473 32.5% 1,454 76.7%
Part-Time 249 56.5% 192 43.5% 441 23.3%
Subtotal 1,230 64.9% 665 35.1% 1,895  
ALA-Accredited Masterís1 Full-Time 885 25.0% 2,651 75.0% 3,536 31.5%
Part-Time 1,474 19.1% 6,231 80.9% 7705 68.5%
Subtotal 2,359 21.0% 8,882 79.0% 11,241  
Other Master's Full-Time 193 41.9% 268 58.1% 461 34.6%
Part-Time 489 56.1% 382 43.9% 871 65.4%
Subtotal 682 51.2% 650 48.8% 1,332  
Post-Master's2 Full-Time 19 45.2% 23 54.8% 42 17.0%
Part-Time 78 38.0% 127 62.0% 205 83.0%
Subtotal 97 39.3% 150 60.7% 247  
Doctoral Full-Time 166 44.7% 205 55.3% 371 49.9%
Part-Time 152 40.9% 220 59.1% 372 50.1%
Subtotal 318 42.8% 425 57.2% 743  
Other Graduate3 Full-Time 28 31.1% 62 68.9% 90 6.6%
Part-Time 278 22.0% 988 78.0% 1,266 93.4%
Subtotal 306 22.6% 1,050 77.4% 1,356  
Other Undergraduate4 Full-Time 108 23.6% 350 76.4% 458 24.3%
Part-Time 477 33.4% 950 66.6% 1,427 75.7%
Subtotal 585 31.0% 1,300 69.0% 1,885  
Total Full-Time 2,380 37.1% 4,032 62.9% 6,412 34.3%
Part-Time 3,197 26.0% 9,090 74.0% 12,287 65.7%
Subtotal 5,577 29.8% 13,122 70.2% 18,699  

  1. Due to incomplete or erroneous data reporting, gender breakdowns could not be determined for the following schools: Dominican, San Jose and Toronto (totals 497, 329 and 225 respectively). If they had been included, the total number of "ALA-Accredited Masterís" students would be 12,292.
  2. Due to incomplete or erroneous data reporting, gender breakdowns could not be determined for North Texas. A total number of 17 "Post-Masterís" students at North Texas was not included in this table. If they had been included, the number of "Post-Masterís students would be 264.
  3. Due to incomplete or erroneous data reporting, gender breakdowns could not be determined for the following schools: North Texas and Toronto (totals 48 and 7 respectively). If they had been included, the total number of "Other Graduate" students would be 1,411.
  4. Indiana, South Florida and Washington reported only total numbers (421, 514, and 30 respectively) of "Other Undergraduate" students. Those numbers are not included in this table. If they had been included, the total number of "Other Undergraduate" students would be 2,392. In addition, Wisconsin-Milwaukee did not provide total numbers but did provide FTE values for their "Other Undergraduate" students.


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