|University Enrollment History
census_hist report generated: 06-OCT-11
|Detail Reports Student Credit Units and Full-Time Equivalent Students|
|Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by Subject||All Terms||By Course Subject area: FTES are calculated on the basis of 12 Student Credit Units (SCUs) for master's seeking students, and 15 SCUs for all others.|
|Full-Time Equivalent Faculty (FTEF) by Subject||All Terms||By Course Subject area: FTEF are attributed to the course subject areas where instructors teach.|
|Student/Faculty Ratios (SFRs) by Subject||All Terms||By Course Subject area: Student/Faculty Ratios - The number of Full-Time Equivalent Faculty required to generate a given Full-Time Equivalent Students|
For more details about how FTES are calculated, see the document:Recalibrating FTES calculations
These statistics are measured at census which is the fourth week of the term for the regular Fall and Spring terms. Extension concurrent students are excluded from thsese counts as they are enrolled through a self-support program rather than state supported.
FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STUDENTS (FTES) = Every 12 units taken by students working on a Masters degree or 15 units taken by all other students counts as one FTE.
FTES by Course Subject Area: This is simply a total the units by course subject area without regard to the majors of the students or the department of the instructor. This could be considered as the simple measure of disciplinary instruction.