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).

 

2017-2018 Data, FSU School of Information



CHEA Requirement for ALA accreditation

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)

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)

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]