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Queen's University
 

Office of Institutional Research and Planning

Common University Data Ontario (CUDO) 2010

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Section H1 - Instructional Faculty and Class Size

Number of instructional faculty members (excluding clinicians) for Fall 2009:

   Full-Time Part-Time
Total Number of Instructional Faculty
 833  -
Total number who are women
 290  -
Total number with doctorate, first professional, or other highest level degree
 814  

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Individual institutions 

Section H2 - Undergraduate Class Size by Year Level, 2009

 

Class Sections

   First Year
 Second Year
Third Year
Fourth Year
  #
%
 # %
#
%
#
%
<30 students
255
53.6%
141
43.4%
258
54.1%
627
92.9%
30 - 60 students
112
23.5%
60
18.5%
144
30.2%
30
4.4%
61 - 100 students
49
10.3%
50
15.4%
44
9.2%
9
1.3%
101 - 250 students
37
7.8%
61
18.8% 28
5.9%
9
1.3%
251+ students
23
4.8%
13
4.0%
3
0.6%
0
0.0%
Total
476
100.0%
325
100.0%
477
100.0%
675
100.0%

Class Sub-Sections (i.e. lab, tutorial)

  First Year
Second Year
Third Year
Fourth Year
   # %  #  %  #  % #
 %
<20 students 74
15.2%
70
26.4%
64
37.2%
39
54.9%
20 - 40 students
300
61.7%
136
51.3%
65
37.8%
18
25.4%
41+ students
112
23.0%
59
22.3%
43
25.0%
14
19.7%
Total
486
100.0%
265
100.0%
172
100.0%
71
100.0%

Note: The distribution of class sizes differs by faculty and program. The smallest class sizes, including one-on-one instruction and independent study courses, are located primarily in several specific programs. The data presented here are a reasonable approximation based on a variety of delivery methods that does not always conform to the "primary meet" structure.

Source: Individual institutions 

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