Program Profile Report - African Studies

Program Profile Report: African Studies

For historical information about this program please view the UCLA Graduate Programs Annual Report.

ADMISSIONS DATA

Average Number of Applicants

15

Average Number of Admits

9

Percent of Applicants Admitted

60%

Average Number of New Registrants

5

Percent of Admits Registered

56%

Applications, Admits, and New Registrants data are the averages for Fall 2009 - Fall 2013.

Percent of Applicants Admitted = number of admits divided by number of applications.

Percent of Admits Registered = number of new registrants divided by the number of admits.

ENROLLMENT DATA

Average Number of Registrants Fall Term

11

Percent Women

66%

Percent Underrepresented Minorities

38%

Percent International Students

2%

Percent with a Master's Degree Objective

100%

Percent with a Doctoral Degree Objective

%

Average Number of Registrants Fall Term = Average number enrolled for Fall 2009 - Fall 2013. This is adjusted for those programs that have not been in existence for the entire five years.

Underrepresented Minorities includes domestic students identified as American Indian/Native American, African American/Black, Mexican American/Chicano, Latino/Other Hispanic, and Filipino.

International Students are those on temporary visas. They include all students who are not US citizens, Permanent Residents, Immigrants, or Refugees.

Combined Master's & Doctoral Degree Objective percentages may appear lower than 100% if registrants are pursuing other degree objectives including JD, MD, or DDS degrees.

DEGREES AWARDED

Total Number of Master's Degrees Awarded

33

Average Time to Master's Degree (In Years)

3

Total Number of Doctoral Degrees Awarded

Average Time to Doctoral Degree (In Years)

Total masters and doctoral degree data are the number of degrees awarded from 2008-09 through 2012-13.

Average time-to-degree is calculated by counting and then aggregating the total number of elapsed terms for students whom were in graduate standing under the specific program's major code from point of entry through degree completion.