Department of Family & Consumer Sciences
Student and Department Data
The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is pleased to present the commendation for accreditation from the Council for Accreditation of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences through Spring 2030. The commendation reads as follows:
"The Council for Accreditation of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences voted to grant accreditation to the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences at Morgan State University. This action followed careful review and consideration of the Self-Study Report, the report of the site visit team, and the institution's response to the site visit report.
The Council for Accreditation commends the Family and Consumer Sciences faculty members for providing high quality Family and Consumer Sciences programs."
The primary mission of the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is to prepare students with competencies and skills needed to address changes and new developments in goods and services and to work with communities to implement programs to improve the life of individuals, families and commuinties. In addition, a major focus for the Department is to enhance the quality of family life through teaching, research and service within an urban setting.
The following table shows the enrollment, retention, and graduation data for the FACS Department over the 3 most current years.
Student Performance & Achievement
ENROLLMENT, RETENTION, GRADUATION DATA FOR 2019-2021
FACS GRADUATION AND RETENTION DATA
|2019||2020||2021||METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION|
|54 (PT=11 FT=43)||60 (PT=10 FT=50)||65 (PT=8 FT=57)||The total enrollment is the number of students enrolled (part-time and full-time) in the program. Fall enrollment is the official for the academic year. The data is provided to the department from the Office of Institutional Research. Data come from the University’s Enterprise System|
|75% (N=6/8)||100% (N=2/2)||83% (N=10/12)||Retention rate is calculated based on first-time, full-time degree seeking freshmen enrolled in the fall semester and returning in the next fall semester (second year). Data used to calculate retention come from the University’s Enterprise System.|
|Graduation rate is calculated based on first-time, full-time degree seeking freshmen enrolled in fall semester and graduating within six years. Data used to calculate graduation rates come from the University’s Enterprise System.|
|NUMBER OF GRADUATES|
The number of degrees awarded is provided annually to the department from the Office of Institutional Research. The data come from the University’s Enterprise System.
Dr. Jacqueline M. Holland
Associate Professor and Department Chair
1700 E Cold Spring Lane
Jenkins Building (Quad), Rm. 403
Baltimore, MD 21251