University of Florida

Fundable SCH


Liberal Arts and Sciences


Note: This data is only an estimate of enrollment figures and is not official enrollment data.
Summer 2011 as of 8/12/2011

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Level

Current
SCH
Summer 2011
(8/12/2011)

Closest
Date SCH
Summer 2010
(8/11/2010)

Current/
Closest Date SCH%

End of Term
Summer 2010

Current/
End of Term %

LOWER  

33,835

34,038 *

-0.6 %

34,038 *

-0.6 %

UPPER  

17,334

17,847 *

-2.9 %

17,847 *

-2.9 %

GRAD I  

609

1,351 *

-54.9 %

1,351 *

-54.9 %

GRAD II  

4,932

4,340 *

13.6 %

4,340 *

13.6 %

* Due to the new Board of Governors policy regarding Grad I and Grad II hours, Law and Pharmacy are now Grad II programs since they count as professional “doctorates” in the new IPEDS degree classification system. These credit hour / FTE adjustments are not reflected in data prior to 9/24/2009.

* Daily enrollment tracking data before 9/13/2010 does not reflect a change in Board of Governors definitions, effective Summer 2010, which requires all Grad I hours for doctoral students to be counted as Grad II hours, regardless of total graduate credit hours earned or possession of a masters degree.

Fundable SCH by Department
Summer 2011

*Note: Due to changes in department account numbers a comparison to last year's data may not be possible.
For those that can be compared the information is displayed below.

Department

Current
SCH
Summer 2011
(8/12/2011)

Closest
Date SCH
Summer 2010
(8/11/2010)

Current/
Closest Date SCH%

End of Term
Summer 2010

Current/
End of Term%

African American Studies  

141

177

-20.3 %

177

-20.3 %

African Studies  

281

144

95.1 %

144

95.1 %

Anthropology  

3,811

3,676

3.7 %

3,676

3.7 %

Astronomy  

418

636

-34.3 %

636

-34.3 %

Biology-Biological Sciences  

1,637

1,939

-15.6 %

1,939

-15.6 %

Biology-Botany  

267

195

36.9 %

195

36.9 %

Biology-Zoology  

1,268

1,113

13.9 %

1,113

13.9 %

Chemistry  

8,019

8,292

-3.3 %

8,292

-3.3 %

Classics  

1,390

939

48.0 %

939

48.0 %

Classics-Greek  

118

108

9.3 %

108

9.3 %

Classics-Latin  

196

241

-18.7 %

241

-18.7 %

English  

2,677

3,188

-16.0 %

3,188

-16.0 %

European Studies  

72

114

-36.8 %

114

-36.8 %

First Year Florida  

578

468

23.5 %

468

23.5 %

Geography  

1,139

1,377

-17.3 %

1,377

-17.3 %

Geological Sciences  

1,711

780

119.4 %

780

119.4 %

History  

1,447

1,822

-20.6 %

1,822

-20.6 %

Honors Program  

564

616

-8.4 %

616

-8.4 %

Interdisciplinary Studies  

187

285

-34.4 %

285

-34.4 %

Jewish Studies  

19

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

Languages Lit/Culture-Total  

1,503

1,810

-17.0 %

1,810

-17.0 %

Languages Lit/Culture-Arabic  

236

254

-7.1 %

254

-7.1 %

Languages Lit/Culture-Chinese  

6

87

-93.1 %

87

-93.1 %

Languages Lit/Culture-French  

528

538

-1.9 %

538

-1.9 %

Languages Lit/Culture-German  

139

323

-57.0 %

323

-57.0 %

Languages Lit/Culture-Haitian/Cre  

29

3

866.7 %

3

866.7 %

Languages Lit/Culture-Italian  

185

232

-20.3 %

232

-20.3 %

Languages Lit/Culture-Japanese  

255

207

23.2 %

207

23.2 %

Languages Lit/Culture-Russian  

125

166

-24.7 %

166

-24.7 %

Linguistics  

457

505

-9.5 %

505

-9.5 %

Mathematics  

4,929

5,350

-7.9 %

5,350

-7.9 %

Medieval and Early Modern Studies  

12

48

-75.0 %

48

-75.0 %

Philosophy  

587

669

-12.3 %

669

-12.3 %

Physics  

3,467

3,686

-5.9 %

3,686

-5.9 %

Political Science  

1,814

1,937

-6.4 %

1,937

-6.4 %

Psychology  

4,414

4,096

7.8 %

4,096

7.8 %

Religion  

375

341

10.0 %

341

10.0 %

Sociology/Criminology/Law-Crimino  

1,220

1,093

11.6 %

1,093

11.6 %

Sociology/Criminology/Law-Sociolo  

3,465

3,352

3.4 %

3,352

3.4 %

Spanish/Portuguese Studies-Portug  

89

59

50.8 %

59

50.8 %

Spanish/Portuguese Studies-Spanis  

1,333

1,298

2.7 %

1,298

2.7 %

Statistics  

2,809

2,886

-2.7 %

2,886

-2.7 %

Women's Studies  

375

344

9.0 %

344

9.0 %

Writing Program  

1,734

1,990

-12.9 %

1,990

-12.9 %

Written and Oral Communication  

2,187

1,689

29.5 %

1,689

29.5 %