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Social Work

The Academic Department Dashboard provides an overview of the performance of UNO academic departments over time. This dashboard--which relies on data visualization--replaces the Academic Department Indicators series which was printed and distributed to UNO academic departments on an annual basis starting in 1980. Dashboards for individual academic department indicators, filterable by year, college and department are available through the Performance INformation Gateway (PING) web site under Academic & Dept. Indicators/Academic Department Indicators (ADI) Dashboards.

Most figures portray trend information for the most recent 10 year period. Tables present data for the most recent 5 years. All figures are clickable; for example, to see the trend only for Lower Division and Upper Division SCH in Figure 1, click on Total and Graduate to hide their trends. See the Notes and Sources section at the end of this profile for information on data sources and time periods.

Student Demand

Student Credit Hour Enrollment

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Table 1. School of Social Work Academic Year Student Credit Hour Enrollment: 2008-09 Through 2012-13

Category 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Total Student Credit Hours 4,055 3,863 4,587 4,541 4,397
Lower Division Student Credit Hours 444 471 606 1,065 1,035
Upper Division Student Credit Hours 1,015 990 1,196 1,063 1,083
Graduate Division Student Credit Hours 2,596 2,402 2,785 2,413 2,279

Student Majors by Level

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Table 2. School of Social Work Majors by Level: Fall 2008 Through 2012

Category Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011 Fall 2012
Bachelors Major 86 92 98 110 103
Masters 180 182 187 170 155

Table 3. School of Social Work Fall Semester Undergraduate Majors by Plan: 2008 Through 2012

Category Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011 Fall 2012
Pre-Social Work 35 37 38 45 54
Social Work 51 55 60 65 49

Comparison of Undergraduate Interest in Social Work at UNO and U.S. Undergraduate Interest in Health Professions/Related Clinical Sciences Degrees

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Courses and Learning Opportunities

Total Course Sections Offered by Level

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Table 4. School of Social Work Academic Year Organized Course Sections: 2008-09 Through 2012-13

Category 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Total 90 88 86 87 88
Undergraduate 24 23 28 33 33
Graduate 66 64 57 54 54

Specialized Course Offerings: Service Learning, Internships, Distance and First-Year Experience Courses

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Student Degree Completion

Degrees Awarded by Level and Major Program

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Table 5. School of Social Work Academic Year Degrees Awarded by Level: 2008-09 Through 2012-13

Category 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Total Degrees 64 89 78 85 77
Bachelors Degree 20 24 32 23 22
Masters Degree 44 65 46 62 55

Table 6. School of Social Work Academic Year Degrees Awarded by MSW Plan: 2008-09 Through 2012-13

*Note: Bachelor of Social Work has no concentrations within the degree.
Category 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Clinical Social Work 15 28 20 37 41
Advanced Generalist 0 0 2 7 8
Family/Child Services 1 0 0 0 0
Integrated Social Work Practice 28 37 23 14 1
Social Work 0 0 1 4 5

Faculty and Staff

FTE Faculty and Salary Expenditures

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Table 7. School of Social Work Academic Year FTE Faculty by Appointment: 2008-09 Through 2012-13

Category 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Total Faculty FTE 14.61 14.78 13.54 12.23 12.51
Full-Time FTE 12.80 13.08 12.40 11.23 11.10
Part-Time FTE 1.81 1.38 1.00 1.00 1.13
TA FTE 0.00 0.32 0.14 0.00 0.29

Table 8. School of Social Work Academic Year Faculty Salary Expenditures: 2008-09 Through 2012-13

Category 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Total Faculty Salaries $892,314 $920,373 $832,766 $804,389 $784,547
Full-Time Faculty Salaries $819,898 $862,176 $804,805 $782,189 $747,439
Part-Time Faculty Salaries $72,416 $46,872 $22,000 $22,200 $25,500
TA Salaries $0 $11,325 $5,961 $0 $11,608

Faculty and Staff Characteristics

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Table 9. School of Social Work Academic Year Total Staffing: 2008-09 Through 2012-13

Category 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Tenure/Tenure-Track Faculty 13 12 12 11 14
Non-Tenured Faculty 6 6 6 7 6
Staff 3 3 4 3 3

Table 10. School of Social Work Academic Year Total Staffing: 2008-09 Through 2012-13

Category 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Tenure/Tenure-Track Faculty: Minority 4 4 4 4 5
Tenure/Tenure-Track Faculty: Caucasian 9 8 8 7 9
Non-Tenured Faculty: Minority 2 1 0 1 0
Non-Tenured Faculty: Caucasian 4 5 6 6 6

Financial Resources

Departmental State-Aided Budget

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Table 11. School of Social Work State-Aided Budget (all sub-units): 2008-09 Through 2012-13

Category 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Total Personal Services $1,631,913 $1,592,230 $1,661,357 $1,627,748 $1,709,893
Total Budget $1,697,624 $1,639,941 $1,709,068 $1,675,459 $1,783,604

Departmental External Funding

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Table 12. School of Social Work External Funding: 2007-08 Through 2011-12

Category 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Research $18,500 $0 $63,857 $0 $0
Public Service $1,000 $0 $0 $0 $0
Instruction/Students $5,500 $7,220 $5,720 $0 $0
Total External Funding $25,000 $7,220 $69,577 $0 $0

Productivity Measures

UNO SCH/FTE Ratio

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Delaware Measures of Faculty Instructional Productivity

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Delaware Measures of Faculty Research Productivity

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Student Evaluation of Teaching

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Department Measurement of Learning Outcomes

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This section could include trend data or most recent data from assessment of student projects; NSSE trend data; and UNO Post-Graduation Plans Survey data.

Completion Rates for Freshmen Cohort Members Declaring a Major in the Department of Social Work

Note: This information is based on the Fall 2005 entering freshman cohort. The cohort was tracked through the fall 2011 semester. The number of fall cohort freshmen declaring a major offered by the School of Social Work is only a subset of all majors in the School. Most students select a major offered by the School of Social Work subsequent to enrolling as freshmen, or transferring from another university/college.

Table 13. Six-year Graduation and Completion Information for Fall 2005 Freshmen with Majors in School of Social Work (tracked through Fall 2011)

Dept Major Cohort Size Number Graduated in 6 Years Percent of Cohort Number Graduating in Entry Major Percent of Those Graduating Number Graduating in Other Program in Entry College Number Graduating in Other UNO Colleges
Pre-Social Work 13 8 61.5% 3 37.5% 2 3
Social Work 1 1 100.0% 0 0.0% 0 1
College of Public Affairs & Community Service 127 44 34.6% 31 70.5% 3 10

Digital Measures Faculty Scholarship and Service

This section can be expanded to include recent year information for scholarship, service to profession and community, and faculty honors.

Table 14. School of Social Work 2012 Pubications

Faculty Dept Refereed Journal Articles Ref Journal Articles Per T-TT Fac Total Refereed Publications Tot Refereed Pubs Per T-TT Faculty
Social Work 3 0.2 3 0.2
College of Public Affairs & Community Service 29 0.5 50 0.9
UNO 297 0.5 17 1.5

Department Trends in the Broader UNO Campus Context

Relationship Between Change in Departmental Faculty FTE, Change in Total SCH, and Number of Majors

Note: To avoid distortion, Figure 32 does not include data for International Studies due its small base and large percent change in one or more values. The change in faculty was -87.9%, change in SCH was +35.6%, and total majors was 176.

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Relationship Between Change in Total Departmental Course Sections Offered, Change in Total SCH, and Number of FTE Faculty

Note: To avoid distortion, Figure 33 does not include data for Gerontology due to its small base and large percent change in one or more values. The change in organized sections offered was +70.9%, change in SCH was +29.5%, and total faculty was 8.6 FTE.

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Relationship Between Change in Departmental Faculty FTE, Change in Cost of Faculty Salaries, and Number of Majors

Note: To avoid distortion, Figure 24 does not include data for the International Studies and Writer's Workshop departments due to their small base and large percent change in one or more values. For International Studies, the change in faculty FTE was -87.9%, change in faculty salary spending was -69.4%, and the number of majors was 170. For Writer's Workshop, the change in faculty FTE was +15.7%, the change in faculty salary spending was +51.7%, and the number of majors was 110.

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Notes Table. Data Sources and Academic Year Time Periods Used in the Academic Department Profile

Indicator Academic Year Period Covered Source
SCH: Student Credit Hours Fall & Spring Semesters UNO Institutional Research, ADI Database
Majors Fall Semester UNO Institutional Research, ADI Database
Course Sections Fall & Spring Semesters UNO Institutional Research, ADI Database
Degrees Summer, Fall & Spring Semesters UNO Institutional Research, ADI Database
FTE Faculty Fall & Spring Semesters UNO Institutional Research, ADI Database
Faculty Salary Expenditures Fall & Spring Semesters UNO Institutional Research, ADI Database
Faculty and Staff Characteristics Fall & Spring Semesters UNO Institutional Research, HR Database
SCH/FTE Summer, Fall & Spring Semesters UNO Institutional Research, ADI Database
Delaware Measures of Faculty Productivity Fall Semester University of Delaware, The National Study of Instructional Costs & Productivity
Course Evaluations Fall & Spring Semesters UNO Institutional Research, Course Evaluation Database
Six-Year Graduation Rate by Program Fall Semester Entering Freshman Cohort UNO Institutional Research, Census Freshman Cohort Database
Department Trends in UNO Context Time Point Varies with Indicator; see specific indicators aboves UNO Institutional Research, ADI Database

This Academic Department Profile was developed by the UNO Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Decision Support Services. The electronic profile replaces the printed Academic Department Indicators series, which was produced annually from 1980 through 2011.