Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Fall 2016 Overview
Unit Description

Please find unit information at: http://scar.gmu.edu/


Students
Headcount Total Fall 2016 451
Undergraduate 168
Graduate 283
Average Age 31
% Female 56
% Minorities 36
% Non-Res Alien 9
% Not Reporting Race / Ethnicity 8
% Full-time 59
% Out-of-state 37
Faculty (by Tenure Status)
Tenure/Tenure-Track 15
Term 3
Total 18
Faculty (by Type)
Instructional 18
Total 18
Staff
Admin/Support Staff 11
Part-time Faculty 21
Graduate Assistant 32
Total 64
Minority Faculty/Staff
Full-Time Faculty 3
Admin/Support Staff 2
Graduate Assistant 4
Total 9
% Minority Faculty/Staff
Full-Time Faculty 18.8
Admin/Support Staff 20.0
Part-time Faculty 0.0
Graduate Assistant 13.3
Total % of Minority Faculty/Staff 12.0
Departments/Programs
Conflict Analysis & Resolution
Undergraduate Degrees
Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Graduate Degrees
MS Conflict Analysis and Resolution
PHD Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Highlights:
  1. S-CAR is an innovative academic resource for people and institutions worldwide, providing research and training in conflict analysis and resolution across public and private sectors, nationally and globally.
Notes:
  1. Fall faculty and student data were based on the University's fall official census snapshots, usually taken in the mid of Oct.
  2. Faculty and students from minorty ethnic background include African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans.