Headcount History by School, 1999-2003
Total Fall 2003 headcount enrollment is 5,477, an increase of 7 from Fall 2002. Increases in Medicine, Social Work, and the Dental School are offset by decreases in Law, Nursing, and Pharmacy.
FTES History by School, 1999-2003
Total Fall 2003 FTES enrollment is 4,994, an increase of 58 from Fall 2002 and the highest over the five year period. Increases in Pharmacy, Social Work, and Nursing are offset by decreases in Medicine and Law.
Headcount Change by Program
Enrollment increases occur in undergraduate Medical and Research Technology, graduate Medicine and Social Work, and Dental and Day Law first professional programs. Declines occur in undergraduate Nursing, graduate Nursing, and Evening Law. Enrollment in the new Entry Level Doctor of Physical Therapy program partially offsets the planned reduction in the related Masters program. Similarly, the phase-out of the Non-Traditional Pharmacy program is somewhat offset by growth in the Entry Level Pharmacy program.
Projected vs. Actual Headcount by Program
Fall 2003 enrollment is only 1% greater than planned, but with considerable variation among programs. Greater than anticipated enrollments in undergraduate Nursing, graduate Medicine, and Day Law are offset by shortfalls in graduate Nursing, Physical Therapy, and Evening Law enrollment.
FTES Change by Program
Full-Time Equivalent Student (FTES) change by program generally parallels change in headcount enrollment, with a few exceptions. The increases in undergraduate Nursing and Entry Level Pharmacy FTES are attributable to greater student course loads.
Headcount by Gender
Women predominate in all but three degree programs: professional and post graduate Dentistry and Evening Law. Overall, women comprise 72% of enrollment.
Headcount by Attendance Status
Full-time students account for 80% of headcount enrollment, an higher proportion than the 77% for Fall 2002. Most part-time students are concentrated in undergraduate and graduate nursing programs and the Master of Social Work program. The Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy and Non-Traditional PharmD programs are part-time programs.
Headcount by Race
Enrollment of African American students remains at 18% of total enrollment for Fall 2003. Minority headcount enrollment for the campus is 34% of the total. For Fall 2003, 1.5% of students did not indicate a race.
Headcount by Residency
The percentage of students who are Maryland residents remains 76% for Fall 2003 with no appreciable change among programs.
Headcount by Degree Status
Overall, 98% of students are seeking degrees. Most non-degree students are concentrated in undergraduate nursing and medical and research technology programs and graduate nursing and medicine programs.
Undergraduate Students by Class and Type
Almost 63% of undergraduates are enrolled in the second year of their program.
Graduate Students by Program and Class
Due to the phase-out of the Master of Physical Therapy program, all students are in the third year of the program. Approximately 49% of Master of Social Work students are enrolled in the first year of their program.
Graduate School Enrollment by Program
The Graduate School enrolls students in 13 Master's and 21 Doctoral programs. Enrollment in degree programs has increased 4% from Fall 2002 to Fall 2003.
Graduate School Enrollment by Gender
Graduate School Enrollment by Race
First Professional Students by Class and Type
The first year class for the Day Law program is slightly larger than the second year class, whereas the first year class for the Evening Law program is smaller than the second through fourth year classes.
Enrollment by Region and Maryland County
More than 75% of students resided in Maryland at the time of application. Most resided in the Baltimore Region, followed by the Washington Region. Every Maryland county is represented. For a pictorial view, see Enrollment by Maryland County Map.
Enrollment by State
The university enrolled students from every state, with the exception of North Dakota. Outside of Maryland, the top 6 states represented are Pennsylvania, Virginia, New York, California, New Jersey, and Florida.
International Student Enrollment by Program
International students comprise 5% of overall enrollment, and more than half of those students are enrolled in the Graduate School.
International Student Enrollment by Country
The university enrolled international students from 49 foreign countries.