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(Feb. 20, 2015) -- More students are enrolled in the College of Business for the spring 2015 semester than any other UTSA college, according to an official census report by the UTSA Office of Institutional Research (OIR).

Nearly, 4,900 students are enrolled in the College of Business, representing 19 percent of UTSA’s current student population.

Nationally ranked and internationally recognized, the UTSA College of Business offers a comprehensive curriculum that expands the boundaries of a traditional business education. Internationally accredited by AACSB International, the college was named the No. 8 graduate business school in the nation for Hispanics by Hispanic Business magazine and has been nationally ranked by BusinessWeek, Hispanic Outlook and the Princeton Review.

UTSA is also experiencing an increase in the number of undergraduates currently classified as seniors. Last semester, UTSA had 8,130 seniors; this semester, that number is 8,496.

Eighty-three percent of the UTSA student population takes classes solely at the UTSA Main Campus. Seven percent of students take classes at the Downtown Campus. The remaining students split their time between both campuses.

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Statistics for All UTSA Students:

Student Enrollment by Level

 

Spring 2015

 

Type

#

%

Undergraduate

22,069

84%

Post-Baccalaureate

267

1%

Master's

3,132

12%

Doctoral

747

3%

Total

26,215

100%

Student Enrollment by Gender

 

Spring 2015

 

Type

#

%

Female

12,948

49%

Continuing Students

13,267

51%

Total

26,215

100%

Enrollment by Classification

 

Spring 2015

 

Type

#

%

Freshmen

3,908

15%

Sophomores

4,207

16%

Junior

5,458

21%

Seniors

8,496

32%

Post-Baccalaureate

267

1%

Master's

3,132

12%

Doctoral

747

3%

Total

26,215

100%

Student Enrollment by Ethnicity

 

Spring 2015

 

Type

#

%

Unknown

293

1%

White only

7,249

28%

Hispanic of any race

12,591

48%

Black or African American only

2,262

9%

Asian only

1,383

5%

American Indian or Alaska Native only

46

0%

Nonresident alien

1,575

6%

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander only

53

0%

Two or more races

763

3%

Total

26,215

100%

Enrollment by College

 

Spring 2015

 

Type

#

%

Architecture, Construction & Planning

758

3%

Business

4,879

19%

Education & Human Development

4,311

16%

Engineering

3,162

12%

Liberal and Fine Arts

4,567

17%

Other / Misc.

226

1%

Public Policy

1,362

5%

Sciences

4,356

17%

University College

2,594

10%

Total

26,215

100%

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