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2-4 Florida International University

Campus Master Plan- Inventory and Analysis

April 2021

2.0 ACADEMIC PROGRAM ELEMENT

(1) DATA REQUIREMENTS

a)

Headcount Enrollment, Undergraduate and Graduate, for Last Available Fall Term 2011, by Campus

Florida International University provides a vast and rapidly expanding array of educational opportunities for the 58,787 students enrolled in the fall 2019 academic degree programs.

Most of these students take classes at Modesto A. Maidique Campus, though a large

percentage of students take classes at more than one campus due to the availability of course offerings. This attendance at multiple campuses creates an exaggerated headcount found at each location (see Table 2.1).

In addition to the students found on-campus, there are a number of students who are enrolled in off-campus degree programs, either out of the country or on an independent basis. These students are currently a small percentage of the total University headcount. However, as technology continues to expand, more students are expected to enroll in these types of programs.

Table 2.1 Student Enrollment (Fall 2019) Overall Headcount and Full-Time Equivalent

Source: FIU Office of Analysis and Information Management

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2-5 Florida International University

Campus Master Plan- Inventory and Analysis

April 2021

b)

FTE Enrollment, Undergraduate and Graduate, for Each College and By Campus (Fall 2019)

When evaluating student enrollment, it is necessary to make projections in terms of full time equivalent (FTE) student enrollment which takes the total University headcount enrollment and converts all the part-time and full-time students into full- time enrollment (see Table 2.2). This conversion factor and all enrollment projections have been calculated by the FIU Office of Institutional Research staff for the use of this Campus Master Plan.

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Table 2.2 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) enrollment by College and Campus (Fall 2019)

Source: FIU Office of Analysis and Informational Management, Tableau Course Enrollment Dashboard

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2-7 Florida International University

Campus Master Plan- Inventory and Analysis

April 2021

c)

Headcount Enrollment by Major, for Each College and Campus

The University is made up of nine colleges and two schools: College of Communication, Architecture & The Arts, College of Arts, Sciences & Education, College of Business, College of Engineering and Computing, Honors College, College of Law, Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences, Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work, Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs, Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, and University Graduate School. The Honors College is a program and offers no major. Many courses in the Colleges of Arts, Sciences and Education and College of Engineering and Computing are duplicated at each campus. The Schools of Hospitality and Tourism Management conduct most of their concentration courses at the Biscayne Bay Campus.

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Table 2.3 Headcount Enrollment and Projections by Colleges Overall Headcount

Source: FIU Office Institutional Research 2019

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2-9 Florida International University

Campus Master Plan- Inventory and Analysis

April 2021

d)

Headcount in Non-Fundable Programs (E.G., Continuing Education)

No data was provided regarding enrollment information for non-fundable and fundable programs.

In accordance with the University mission, FIU has committed itself to providing a quality education to the South Florida area by offering programs at locations both on and off campus.

University Outreach advances the mission of Florida International University by delivering quality lifelong learning programs. The Division offers academic credit, distance learning, and professional development and personal enrichment programs in partnership with FIU's

academic units. Non-fundable programs are not funded by the state and do not generate FTEs (i.e. Sponsored Credit and Self-Supporting). These types of programs/courses are either paid by the students or by a sponsor.

e)

Headcount Enrollment of All Other Activities Which Generate Facility Usage, By Campus and By College

This information does not exist currently. The University is in the process of conducting a study to assess other campus activities that generate facility usage.

f)

Inventory of All Degree Programs by College (Fall 2019)

Within the University structure, there are 202 baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral majors and 277 academic degree programs. Majors are fields of study with areas of concentration, tracks, or sequences. Authorized degree programs may have more than one major in a degree program (see Table 2.4). The Honors College is a non-traditional program pursued in conjunction with a major area of study.

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Table 2.4 Degree Programs by College (Fall 2019)

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Source: State University System of Florida, Degree Programs Inventory 2020

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2-14 Florida International University

Campus Master Plan- Inventory and Analysis

April 2021

g)

Distribution of Faculty and Staff (Fall 2019)

Table 2.5 Distribution of Total Headcount of Faculty and Staff by Campus (2019)

Source: FIU Division of Human Resources

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2-15 Florida International University

Campus Master Plan- Inventory and Analysis

April 2021 Table 2.6 a-c Distribution of Total Headcount of Faculty and Staff by College and by Campus

(Fall 2019)

Table 2.6a Modesto A. Maidique Campus Faculty and Staff Headcount by College

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2-16 Florida International University

Campus Master Plan- Inventory and Analysis

April 2021 Table 2.6b Biscayne Bay Campus Faculty and Staff Headcount by College

Table 2.6c Engineering Center Campus Faculty and Staff Headcount by College

Source: FIU Office of Institutional Research-Fall 2019

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2-17 Florida International University

Campus Master Plan- Inventory and Analysis

April 2021

(2) ANALYSIS REQUIREMENTS

a)

Projections of Anticipated Academic Degree Programs for Year 2030

The 2020 Accountability Plan included several anticipated academic degree programs. See below.

Table 2.7 New Programs for Consideration by Institution

PROGRAM Area of Strategic Emphasis

Undergraduate

Engineering Management STEM

Global Sustainable Tourism STEM

Music Education Education

Public Health Health

Master’s, Specialist and Other Advanced Master’s Programs

Business Analytics STEM

Cognitive Neuroscience STEM

Health Science Health

Genetic Counseling Health

Marine Affairs STEM

Molecular and Biomedical Sciences STEM

Doctoral Programs

Cognitive Neuroscience STEM

Counseling and School Psychology Education

Digital Communication and Media STEM

Linguistics Global

Source: FIU 2020 Accountability Plan

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2-18 Florida International University

Campus Master Plan- Inventory and Analysis

April 2021

b)

Distribution of Projected FTE Enrollment by Campus, Undergraduate and Graduate for 20125, 2030 & Long-term

Table 2.8 Projections for Future Student FTE Enrollment

Source: FIU Office of Analysis and Information Management, Tableau Course Enrollment Dashboard

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2-19 Florida International University

Campus Master Plan - Inventory and Analysis

April 2021

c)

Anticipated Student Headcount Distributed by Campus for Year 2025, 2030 & Long- term of the Planning Time Frame

Table 2.9 Projections for Future Student Headcount Enrollment

d)

From this projected headcount enrollment in Year 2030, estimate the proportion of enrollment represented by:

On-campus resident students, off-campus students residing within mile of campus and all other off-campus students.

This information does not exist currently. A special study will be required to obtain this data.

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