Student Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data
At the beginning of the 2013-2014 academic year, there were 19 students in the program. Approximately 89% are female (n = 17), 68% are white (n = 13), 32% are minority (n = 6) and 10% (n = 2) are from a foreign country. One student is disabled (1%). All students are full-time. For the last 7 entering classes (2007-2013), the averages for critical admission variables using the old scale are: GPA (3.53), GRE-V (595), GRE-M (718), and GRE-W (5.0). For the new scale: GRE-V (159) and GRE-M (156). Over the same period, our admissions statistics for the Ph.D. program are an average of 67 applications per year with 4.8 admitted and 4.4 attending.