For specific information about this Degree Program go to: http://copp.utsa.edu/demography/home/.
All data is preliminary and is subject to change.
|1||Number of Degrees Per Year||5 (average, 2010-2012)|
|3||Average Time to Degree||4 Years (average, 2010-2012)|
|4||Graduate Employment Profile (one year after graduation)||
In addition to satisfying the University-wide requirements for admission to graduate programs, all prospective students must have a bachelor’s degree and a Master of Science or Master of Arts degree from an accredited university in demography/sociology, geography, economics, biology, political science, statistics, mathematics, business, or a similar field. Students who have not earned a qualifying master’s degree may be required to complete the equivalent courses in the appropriate discipline area before admission to the Ph.D. program in Applied Demography.
In addition, applicants must submit:
International students from non-English-speaking countries must also submit a score of at least 550 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL paper version) as required by the University. These test scores may not be more than two years old at the date of application to the Ph.D. program.
A complete application includes the application form, official transcripts, GRE scores, three letters of recommendation, a letter of application stating academic and work experience, interests and goals, and if required, a TOEFL score. Admission is competitive and satisfying these requirements does not guarantee admission.
For more details, see http://www.graduateschool.utsa.edu/prospective_students/academic_programs
|6||Percentage Full-time Students (FTS) with Financial Support||89%|
|7||Average Financial Support Provided||$20,000|
|8||Student‐Core Faculty Ratio||5.7|
|9||Core Faculty Publications||
|10||Core Faculty External Grants||
|11||Percentage Full-Time Students||46%|
|12||Number of Core Faculty||7|
|13||Faculty Teaching Load||7|
|16||Date of Last External Review|
|17||External Program Accreditation|