Accreditation & Student Achievement Data

FSU ALA Student Chapter Meeting, Oct. 25, 2015
FSU ALA Student Chapter (link on Facebook)

Florida State University’s School of Information offers an ALA-Accredited Masters in Information (MSI) degree ranked #12 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report among graduate programs in Library and Information Studies, and is ranked #1 for School Media and #7 for Youth Services. FSU’s ALA Student Chapter has won awards as #1 in the nation and #2 in the nation from the American Library Association. The School of Information also offers a Masters in Information Technology (MSIT) degree ranked #7 among public universities in the nation by US News and World Report, a PhD in Information degree, and two Bachelors degree majors in Information Technology (IT) and Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

CHEA Requirement for ALA accreditation

 

Fall 2019

In Fall 2019, the 818 students enrolled in FSU School of Information included:

404 graduate level students (PhD, MSI, MSIT, Specialist, and graduate certificate seekers)

414  undergraduate students (ICT, IT, and pre-IT / pre-ICT)

The 404 graduate students included:

PHD total: 28

MSI total: 262

MSIT total: 104

Specialist total: 5

Non-degree Graduate total: 5 (unduplicated) [Please note, there are a total 104 Certificate Enrollees when using duplicated Grad count]

The 414 undergraduate students included:

ICT students: 144

IT students: 141

pre-ICT students: 47 +7* = 54 (*Upper Level, NFA)

pre-IT students: 69 + 6* = 75 (*Upper Level, NFA)

 

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Summer 2019

In Summer 2019, the 554 students enrolled in FSU School of Information included:

285 graduate level students (PhD, MSI, MSIT, Specialist, and graduate certificate seekers)

269 undergraduate students (ICT, IT, and pre-IT / pre-ICT)

The 285 graduate students included:

PHD total: 24

MSI total: 171

MSIT total: 78

Specialist total: 6

Non-degree Graduate total: 6 (unduplicated) [Please note, there are a total 68 Certificate Enrollees when using duplicated Grad count]

The 269 undergraduate students included:

ICT students: 103

IT students: 100

pre-ICT students: 29 +5* = 34 (*Upper Level, NFA)

pre-IT students: 30 + 2* = 32 (*Upper Level, NFA)

 

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Spring 2019

In Spring 2019, the 855 students enrolled in FSU School of Information included:

394 graduate level students (PhD, MSI, MSIT, Specialist, and graduate certificate seekers)

461  undergraduate students (ICT, IT, and pre-IT / pre-ICT)

The 394 graduate students included:

PHD total: 30

MSI total: 239

MSIT total: 109

Specialist total: 9

Non-degree Graduate total: 7 (unduplicated) [Please note, there are a total 58 Certificate Enrollees when using duplicated Grad count]

The 461 undergraduate students included:

ICT students: 182

IT students: 167

pre-ICT students: 40 +10* = 50 (*Upper Level, NFA)

pre-IT students: 48 + 14* = 62 (*Upper Level, NFA)

 

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Fall 2018

In Fall 2018, the 832 students enrolled in FSU School of Information included:

381 graduate level students (PhD, MSI, MSIT, Specialist, and graduate certificate seekers)

451  undergraduate students (ICT, IT, and pre-IT / pre-ICT)

The 379 graduate students included:

PHD total: 30

MSI total: 237

MSIT total: 94

Specialist total: 9

Non-degree Graduate total: 9  [Please note, there are a total 51 Certificate Enrollees when using duplicated Grad count]

The 451 undergraduate students included:

ICT students: 144

IT students: 152

pre-ICT students: 65 + 12* = 77 (*Upper Level, NFA)

pre-IT students: 64 + 14* = 78 (*Upper Level, NFA)

 

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Spring 2018

Spring 2018 Total ALA-accredited Masters of Science in Information Students (Headcount): 209
Spring 2018 Total Masters of Science in Information Technology Students: 65
Spring 2018 Total Non-degree seeking Graduate Certificate Students: 3
Spring 2018 Total Specialist Students: 5
Spring 2018 Total Bachelor’s in Information Technology Students (incl. pre-IT): 185
Spring 2018 Total Bachelor’s in Information & Communication Technology (incl. pre-ICT): 209
Spring 2018 Total of all students enrolled: 701

Fall 2017

Fall 2017- Spring 2018 Scholarships Provided to Students by FSU School of Information: $43,300.00 in scholarships to 53 students
Spring 2018 Assistantships Provided to Students by FSU School of Information = 42
Fall 2017 Total ALA-accredited Masters of Science in Information Degrees Awarded = 48
Fall 2017 Total Bachelor’s in Information Technology Degrees Awarded = 55

2016 Data, FSU School of Information

MSI exit survey 2016-2017

MSI exit survey 2015-2016

Full-time ALA Master’s Students: 45
Part-time ALA Master’s Students: 181
ALA Master’s Minority Student Enrollment: 69
Total ALA Masters Students (Headcount): 226
Total ALA Master’s Students FTE Enrollment: 147
ALA Masters Degrees Awarded in 2016: 118
Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded 2015-16: 182
Doctoral Degrees Awarded 2015-16: 12
Full-time Faculty: 25
Part-time Faculty: 5.65
Total FTE Enrollment to Full-time Faculty Ratio: 34:1
Total FTE Enrollment (all programs): 855.6
Median Wages of Graduates: $49,100
Full-time FTIC 6-Year Graduation Rate for Undergraduate Information Technology (2010 entry): 90.0%
Full-time FTIC 4-Year Graduation Rate for Undergraduate Information Technology (2012 entry): 90.2%
4 Year Graduation Rate for ALA Masters in Information (2012 entry): 90.2%
Retention Rate for ALA Masters (2012 entry): 95.1%
Job Titles of FSU ALA Masters in Information Graduates: [see list]