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Student Statistics

Following are selected statistics on students enrolled at UCSF School of Nursing (revised 1/15/14).

 

UCSF School of Nursing enrolled students, by program, Fall Quarter 2013

 

Total

International

Male

Under-represented
minority (URM)*

MEPN (pre-licensure year)

57

0

10 (18%)

22 (39%)

Masters

334

19 (6%)

38 (11%)

136 (41%)

Nursing PhD

96

15 (16%)

17 (18%)

33 (34%)

Nursing total

487

34 (7%)

65 (13%)

191 (39%)

Sociology PhD

32

0

9 (28%)

16 (50%)

GRAND TOTAL

519

34 (7%)

74 (14%)

207 (40%)

* Under-represented minority = Native American/American Indian, African American, Asian/Asian American, Latino/Hispanic.

 

 

UCSF School of Nursing graduates, academic year 2012-13

 

Total

International

Male

Under-represented
minority (URM)*

Masters

146

9 (6%)

15 (10%)

42 (29%)

Nursing PhD

18

6 (33%)

3 (17%)

2 (11%)

Nursing total

164

15 (9%)

18 (11%)

44 (27%)

Sociology PhD

2

0

0

0

GRAND TOTAL

166

15 (9%)

18 (11%)

44 (27%)

* Under-represented minority = Native American/American Indian, African American, Asian/Asian American, Latino/Hispanic.

 

 

UCSF School of Nursing average time to degree, graduates in 2011, 2012, and 2013

 

2011

2012

2013

MEPN-Masters (includes pre-licensure year)

11 quarters (3.7 yrs)

10.9 quarters (3.6 yrs)

10.9 quarters (3.6 yrs)

Masters (traditional)

6.5 quarters (2.2 yrs)

6.5 quarters (2.2 yrs)

6.7 quarters (2.3 yrs)

Nursing PhD

14.4 quarters (3.6 yrs)

15.9 quarters (4 yrs)

16.7 quarters (4.2 yrs)

Sociology PhD

21.3 quarters (5.3 yrs)

17.5 quarters (4.4 yrs)

17 quarters (4.3 yrs)

 

 

 

UCSF School of Nursing retention rate, cohorts entering 2009, 2010, and 2011

 

2009

2010

2011

MEPN (completed pre-licensure year)

98%

99%

99%

MEPN-Masters (includes pre-licensure year)

84%

90%

95%

Masters (traditional)

95%

94%

96%

Nursing PhD

83%

93%

100%

Sociology PhD

83%

60%

100%

 

 

 

MEPN students passing NCLEX-RN® (first-time takers), 2011 – 2013

Year

# takers

# (%) who passed 1st time

# who did not pass 1st time

# (of non-passers) who took & passed at 2nd time

2011

79

75 (95%)

4

4

2012

77

70 (91%)

7

5

2013

60

58 (97%)

2

Not available