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Department and College Profiles

These profiles represent a six-year snapshot of each Marquette college and department and contain a cross section of varied institutional data and information. As such, a primary purpose of these profiles is to provide college and department decision-makers with a high-level summary of the recent activities and trends within a department. These profiles are also used in academic program review and college annual reports.

The profiles were last updated in March 2016 and include data from AY2010-2011 through AY2015-2016. Some data from AY2015-2016 is missing; it will be populated once the information becomes available.

Important Documentation

To understand the various data elements within the profile, please read the department profile documentation. In addition, the mapping of each major and program to a department/college is also available.

Who Has Access

Because the profiles contain some sensitive data, access to the profiles is restricted. Currently, the University Leadership Council, college-level leadership, and department chairs have access. If you would like access, please email OIRA.

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College of Arts and Sciences
Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Economics
English
Foreign Languages and Literatures
History
Math, Statistics, and Computer Science
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Social and Cultural Sciences
Theology
College of Business Administration
Accounting
Economics
Finance
Management
Marketing
College of Communication
College of Education
College of Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
College of Health Sciences
Biomedical Sciences
Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Exercise Sciences
Physician Assistant Studies
Physical Therapy
Speech Pathology and Audiology
College of Nursing
College of Professional Studies
School of Dentistry
Law School


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