Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

College of Education and Human Development
Fall 2016 Overview
Unit Description

Please find unit information at: https://cehd.gmu.edu/


Students
Headcount Total Fall 2016 3,876
Undergraduate 871
Graduate 3,005
Average Age 32
% Female 76
% Minorities 32
% Non-Res Alien 2
% Not Reporting Race / Ethnicity 5
% Full-time 32
% Out-of-state 16
Faculty (by Tenure Status)
Tenure/Tenure-Track 81
Term 37
Total 118
Faculty (by Type)
Instructional 116
Research 2
Total 118
Staff
Admin/Support Staff 107
Part-time Faculty 188
Graduate Assistant 129
Total 424
Minority Faculty/Staff
Full-Time Faculty 28
Admin/Support Staff 29
Part-time Faculty 30
Graduate Assistant 32
Total 119
% Minority Faculty/Staff
Full-Time Faculty 25.0
Admin/Support Staff 27.9
Part-time Faculty 17.1
Graduate Assistant 25.4
Total % of Minority Faculty/Staff 23.0
Departments/Programs
Graduate School of Education
Recreation, Health & Tourism
Undergraduate Degrees
Athletic Training
Health, Fitness & Recreation Resources
Human Devl and Family Science
Kinesiology
Physical Education
Tourism and Events Management
Graduate Degrees
MED Counseling and Development
MED Curriculum and Instruction
MED Education Leadership
MED Special Education
MS Athletic Training
MS Educational Psychology
MS Exercise, Fitness & Health Promotion
MS Sport and Recreation Studies
PHD Education
Highlights:
  1. Programs in Initiatives in Educational Transformation, Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning, Early Childhood Education, and Multilingual/Multicultural Education are nationally recognized and considered to be leading models.
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.