Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

College of Health and Human Services
Fall 2016 Overview
Unit Description

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


Students
Headcount Total Fall 2016 2,585
Undergraduate 1,794
Graduate 791
Average Age 26
% Female 85
% Minorities 55
% Non-Res Alien 5
% Not Reporting Race / Ethnicity 3
% Full-time 72
% Out-of-state 10
Faculty (by Tenure Status)
Tenure/Tenure-Track 51
Term 46
Total 97
Faculty (by Type)
Instructional 91
Research 6
Total 97
Staff
Admin/Support Staff 39
Part-time Faculty 126
Graduate Assistant 69
Total 234
Minority Faculty/Staff
Full-Time Faculty 18
Admin/Support Staff 10
Part-time Faculty 31
Graduate Assistant 13
Total 72
% Minority Faculty/Staff
Full-Time Faculty 20.0
Admin/Support Staff 26.3
Part-time Faculty 25.8
Graduate Assistant 19.1
Total % of Minority Faculty/Staff 22.8
Departments/Programs
Global and Community Health
Health Administration & Policy
Nursing
Nutrition and Food Studies
Rehabilitation Science
Social Work
Undergraduate Degrees
Community Health
Health Administration
Nursing
Rehabilitation Science
Social Work
Graduate Degrees
MHA Health Systems Management
MPH Public Health
MS Global Health
MS Health Informatics
MS Health and Medical Policy
MS Nutrition
MSN Nursing
MSW Social Work
DNP Nursing
PHD Health Services Research
PHD Nursing
PHD Rehabilitation Science
Highlights:
  1. U.S. News and World Report recognized the College of Health & Human Services and the Master of Public Administration program within the top 50 of master¿s programs.
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.