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3.5.4

Educational Programs: Undergraduate:Terminal degrees of faculty
At least 25 percent of the discipline course hours in each major at the baccalaureate level are taught by faculty members holding the terminal degree—usually the earned doctorate— in the discipline, or the equivalent of the terminal degree.

Judgment
  Compliant      Non-Compliant      Not Applicable

Narrative

An analysis of the percentage of discipline course hours in each major taught by faculty holding the terminal degree exceeds 25% and is as follows (based on the 2007-2008 academic year):

  Course Hours Taught
by Faculty with
Terminal Degrees
Number of Faculty
with Terminal Degrees
Total Number
of Faculty
% of Faculty with
Terminal Degree
Chemistry 100% 8 8 100%
Psychology 88% 11 12 92%
History 90% 10 12 83%
Sociology 100% 9 9 100%
Philosophy & Religion 100% 7 7 100%
English 77% 24 39 62%
Business Administration 79% 15 23 65%
Computer Science 36% 3 6 50%
Physics 100% 10 12 83%
Health & P.E. 80% 4 9 44%
Math 74% 16 22 73%
Economics 100% 8 8 100%
Modern Foreign Languages 87% 8 13 62%
Biology 100% 12 12 100%
Music 76% 6 16 38%
Political Science 100% 9 9 100%
African American Studies*     100% 2 2 100%


*Other courses taught by History faculty.


See Standard 3.7.1 for faculty resumes and a listing of their teaching assignment.

 

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