A Survey of Graduate Ministry Programs, 1992-1993

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Survey identification number (SURVEYID)
TOTAL%
1) 12.4
2) 12.4
3) 12.4
4) 12.4
5) 12.4
6) 12.4
7) 12.4
8) 12.4
9) 12.4
10) 12.4
11) 12.4
12) 12.4
13) 12.4
14) 12.4
15) 12.4
16) 12.4
17) 12.4
18) 12.4
19) 12.4
20) 12.4
21) 12.4
22) 12.4
23) 12.4
24) 12.4
25) 12.4
26) 12.4
27) 12.4
28) 12.4
29) 12.4
30) 12.4
31) 12.4
32) 12.4
33) 12.4
34) 12.4
35) 12.4
36) 12.4
37) 12.4
38) 12.4
39) 12.4
40) 12.4
41) 12.4
42) 12.4
TOTAL42100.0
2) As of the Fall semester 1992, indicate the total enrollment for your institution, both graduate and undergraduate (ENROLL)
TOTAL%
1) 1-149511.9
2) 150-249614.3
5) 1,000-1,49949.5
6) 1,500-1,999511.9
8) 2,500-2,99924.8
9) 3,000-3,99912.4
10) 4,000-4,999511.9
11) 5,000-6,999716.7
12) 7,000-9,999511.9
13) 10,000+24.8
TOTAL42100.0
3) As of the Fall semester 1992, indicate the actual number of students in your ministry programs for the following categories -- Full time (MPFULL)
TOTAL%
0) 26.3
1) 39.4
2) 39.4
3) 39.4
7) 13.1
9) 26.3
21) 26.3
24) 13.1
31) 13.1
35) 13.1
37) 13.1
39) 13.1
42) 13.1
51) 13.1
55) 13.1
61) 13.1
80) 13.1
106) 13.1
120) 13.1
129) 13.1
150) 13.1
160) 13.1
202) 13.1
Missing10 
TOTAL32100.0
4) As of the Fall semester 1992, indicate the actual number of students in your ministry programs for the following categories -- Part time (MPPART)
TOTAL%
6) 12.7
7) 12.7
8) 12.7
12) 12.7
15) 12.7
18) 12.7
20) 25.4
21) 12.7
23) 25.4
25) 25.4
31) 12.7
35) 25.4
40) 25.4
41) 12.7
45) 12.7
49) 12.7
60) 12.7
61) 25.4
63) 12.7
74) 12.7
77) 12.7
81) 12.7
87) 12.7
92) 12.7
98) 12.7
100) 12.7
110) 12.7
120) 12.7
158) 12.7
262) 12.7
774) 12.7
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
5) Indicate the actual number of students in your ministry programs for the following categories -- Summer only (MPSUMMER)
TOTAL%
0) 518.5
1) 27.4
2) 27.4
3) 27.4
5) 13.7
6) 13.7
7) 13.7
25) 27.4
35) 13.7
40) 13.7
45) 13.7
50) 27.4
54) 13.7
56) 13.7
98) 13.7
100) 13.7
109) 13.7
363) 13.7
Missing15 
TOTAL27100.0
6) Indicate the actual number of students in your ministry programs for the following categories -- Pursuing graduate degree (MPGRADD)
TOTAL%
0) 12.5
6) 12.5
10) 37.5
14) 12.5
15) 25.0
25) 25.0
28) 12.5
29) 12.5
37) 25.0
47) 12.5
49) 12.5
50) 12.5
55) 12.5
59) 12.5
60) 12.5
61) 12.5
62) 37.5
66) 12.5
75) 12.5
85) 12.5
92) 25.0
107) 12.5
110) 12.5
123) 12.5
128) 12.5
140) 12.5
148) 12.5
150) 12.5
170) 12.5
189) 12.5
250) 12.5
516) 12.5
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
7) Indicate the actual number of students in your ministry programs for the following categories -- Pursuing graduate certificate (MPGRADC)
TOTAL%
0) 726.9
1) 13.8
2) 27.7
3) 27.7
4) 311.5
5) 415.4
9) 13.8
10) 13.8
11) 13.8
22) 13.8
25) 13.8
46) 13.8
59) 13.8
Missing16 
TOTAL26100.0
8) Indicate the actual number of students in your ministry programs for the following categories -- Other credit students (MPOTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 27.4
2) 311.1
3) 13.7
4) 27.4
7) 13.7
8) 27.4
9) 27.4
10) 27.4
14) 13.7
15) 13.7
16) 27.4
18) 13.7
27) 13.7
30) 13.7
38) 13.7
49) 13.7
53) 13.7
62) 13.7
100) 13.7
Missing15 
TOTAL27100.0
9) Indicate the actual number of students in your ministry programs for the following categories -- Non-credit students (MPNONCR)
TOTAL%
0) 27.4
2) 27.4
3) 27.4
5) 311.1
6) 13.7
8) 27.4
12) 13.7
13) 13.7
15) 13.7
16) 13.7
18) 13.7
30) 13.7
41) 13.7
44) 13.7
45) 13.7
50) 13.7
72) 13.7
250) 13.7
286) 13.7
290) 13.7
750) 13.7
Missing15 
TOTAL27100.0
10) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Asian/Pacific Islander (ASIAN)
TOTAL%
1) 01750.0
2) Less than 1 percent823.5
3) 1-3 percent617.6
4) 4-6 percent12.9
6) 10-14 percent25.9
Missing8 
TOTAL34100.0
11) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Black (BLACK)
TOTAL%
1) 01026.3
2) Less than 1 percent923.7
3) 1-3 percent1231.6
4) 4-6 percent37.9
5) 7-9 percent12.6
6) 10-14 percent25.3
9) 30-49 percent12.6
Missing4 
TOTAL38100.0
12) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Hispanic (HISPANIC)
TOTAL%
1) 01130.6
2) Less than 1 percent719.4
3) 1-3 percent719.4
4) 4-6 percent25.6
5) 7-9 percent38.3
6) 10-14 percent25.6
7) 15-19 percent12.8
9) 30-49 percent38.3
Missing6 
TOTAL36100.0
13) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Native American (NATAMER)
TOTAL%
1) 02271.0
2) Less than 1 percent619.4
3) 1-3 percent26.5
9) 30-49 percent13.2
Missing11 
TOTAL31100.0
14) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Caucasian (CAUCAS)
TOTAL%
1) 012.4
10) 50-74 percent49.8
11) 75-89 percent819.5
12) 90-100 percent2868.3
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
15) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Other race (OTHRACE)
TOTAL%
1) 01280.0
3) 1-3 percent213.3
8) 20-29 percent16.7
Missing27 
TOTAL15100.0
16) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Roman Catholic (CATHOLIC)
TOTAL%
1) 012.4
10) 50-74 percent49.5
11) 75-89 percent614.3
12) 90-100 percent3173.8
TOTAL42100.0
17) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Episcopal or Anglican (EPANGL)
TOTAL%
1) 0514.7
2) Less than 1 percent926.5
3) 1-3 percent1132.4
4) 4-6 percent514.7
5) 7-9 percent38.8
13) Don't know12.9
Missing8 
TOTAL34100.0
18) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Evangelical or Pentecostal (EVPENT)
TOTAL%
1) 01666.7
2) Less than 1 percent28.3
3) 1-3 percent416.7
4) 4-6 percent14.2
13) Don't know14.2
Missing18 
TOTAL24100.0
19) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Other Protestant denomination (OTHPROT)
TOTAL%
1) 0412.1
2) Less than 1 percent515.2
3) 1-3 percent927.3
4) 4-6 percent927.3
5) 7-9 percent13.0
6) 10-14 percent26.1
8) 20-29 percent26.1
13) Don't know13.0
Missing9 
TOTAL33100.0
20) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- No religious affiliation (NOAFFIL)
TOTAL%
1) 01669.6
2) Less than 1 percent313.0
3) 1-3 percent14.3
7) 15-19 percent14.3
12) 90-100 percent14.3
13) Don't know14.3
Missing19 
TOTAL23100.0
21) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Other religion (OTHREL)
TOTAL%
1) 0866.7
2) Less than 1 percent325.0
3) 1-3 percent18.3
Missing30 
TOTAL12100.0
22) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Lay person (LAY)
TOTAL%
7) 15-19 percent12.4
8) 20-29 percent24.8
9) 30-49 percent49.5
10) 50-74 percent1740.5
11) 75-89 percent1331.0
12) 90-100 percent511.9
TOTAL42100.0
23) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Seminarian (SEMINAR)
TOTAL%
1) 01445.2
2) Less than 1 percent412.9
3) 1-3 percent13.2
4) 4-6 percent26.5
6) 10-14 percent26.5
7) 15-19 percent13.2
8) 20-29 percent26.5
9) 30-49 percent26.5
10) 50-74 percent39.7
Missing11 
TOTAL31100.0
24) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Religious sister or brother (SISBRO)
TOTAL%
3) 1-3 percent512.8
4) 4-6 percent717.9
5) 7-9 percent410.3
6) 10-14 percent615.4
7) 15-19 percent410.3
8) 20-29 percent717.9
9) 30-49 percent615.4
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
25) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Clergy (CLERGY)
TOTAL%
1) 025.4
2) Less than 1 percent410.8
3) 1-3 percent1540.5
4) 4-6 percent616.2
5) 7-9 percent38.1
6) 10-14 percent410.8
7) 15-19 percent25.4
8) 20-29 percent12.7
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
26) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Under 25 years old (AGE1)
TOTAL%
1) 01131.4
2) Less than 1 percent822.9
3) 1-3 percent925.7
4) 4-6 percent25.7
5) 7-9 percent38.6
9) 30-49 percent12.9
13) Don't know12.9
Missing7 
TOTAL35100.0
27) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- 25-30 years old (AGE2)
TOTAL%
1) 025.1
2) Less than 1 percent717.9
3) 1-3 percent820.5
4) 4-6 percent512.8
5) 7-9 percent12.6
6) 10-14 percent717.9
7) 15-19 percent410.3
8) 20-29 percent12.6
9) 30-49 percent12.6
10) 50-74 percent25.1
13) Don't know12.6
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
28) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- 31-40 years old (AGE3)
TOTAL%
6) 10-14 percent410.8
7) 15-19 percent616.2
8) 20-29 percent1129.7
9) 30-49 percent1232.4
10) 50-74 percent12.7
11) 75-89 percent12.7
12) 90-100 percent12.7
13) Don't know12.7
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
29) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- 41-50 years old (AGE4)
TOTAL%
3) 1-3 percent12.7
5) 7-9 percent12.7
7) 15-19 percent12.7
8) 20-29 percent616.2
9) 30-49 percent1951.4
10) 50-74 percent821.6
13) Don't know12.7
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
30) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- 51-60 years old (AGE5)
TOTAL%
2) Less than 1 percent25.6
3) 1-3 percent25.6
4) 4-6 percent411.1
5) 7-9 percent38.3
6) 10-14 percent719.4
7) 15-19 percent513.9
8) 20-29 percent719.4
9) 30-49 percent411.1
10) 50-74 percent12.8
13) Don't know12.8
Missing6 
TOTAL36100.0
31) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- 61-70 years old (AGE6)
TOTAL%
1) 0514.7
2) Less than 1 percent1029.4
3) 1-3 percent720.6
4) 4-6 percent411.8
5) 7-9 percent38.8
6) 10-14 percent25.9
7) 15-19 percent12.9
10) 50-74 percent12.9
13) Don't know12.9
Missing8 
TOTAL34100.0
32) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- More than 70 years old (AGE7)
TOTAL%
1) 01453.8
2) Less than 1 percent934.6
3) 1-3 percent27.7
13) Don't know13.8
Missing16 
TOTAL26100.0
33) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Female (FEMALE)
TOTAL%
8) 20-29 percent24.8
9) 30-49 percent511.9
10) 50-74 percent2354.8
11) 75-89 percent1023.8
12) 90-100 percent24.8
TOTAL42100.0
34) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Male (MALE)
TOTAL%
3) 1-3 percent12.4
4) 4-6 percent12.4
6) 10-14 percent37.1
7) 15-19 percent12.4
8) 20-29 percent1331.0
9) 30-49 percent1638.1
10) 50-74 percent511.9
11) 75-89 percent24.8
TOTAL42100.0
35) Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Enter with a graduate degree (WDEGREE)
TOTAL%
2) Less than 1 percent12.5
3) 1-3 percent12.5
4) 4-6 percent12.5
5) 7-9 percent37.5
6) 10-14 percent1025.0
7) 15-19 percent37.5
8) 20-29 percent615.0
9) 30-49 percent512.5
10) 50-74 percent37.5
11) 75-89 percent12.5
12) 90-100 percent512.5
13) Don't know12.5
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
36) Comparing your 1991-1992 enrollment with the 1987-88 enrollment, indicate the percentage of increase or decrease you experienced in your ministry programs -- Increase (INCENROL)
TOTAL%
1) 014.8
4) 4-6 percent14.8
5) 7-9 percent29.5
6) 10-14 percent314.3
7) 15-19 percent314.3
8) 20-29 percent29.5
9) 30-49 percent419.0
10) 50-74 percent29.5
12) 90-100 percent29.5
13) Don't know14.8
Missing21 
TOTAL21100.0
37) Comparing your 1991-1992 enrollment with the 1987-88 enrollment, indicate the percentage of increase or decrease you experienced in your ministry programs -- Decrease (DECENROL)
TOTAL%
2) Less than 1 percent16.3
3) 1-3 percent16.3
4) 4-6 percent16.3
5) 7-9 percent212.5
6) 10-14 percent531.3
7) 15-19 percent16.3
8) 20-29 percent318.8
9) 30-49 percent212.5
Missing26 
TOTAL16100.0
38) Which of the following do you require for admittance to your graduate programs? -- Undergraduate degree (ADMIT1)
TOTAL%
1) Require3992.9
3) Sometimes require37.1
TOTAL42100.0
39) Which of the following do you require for admittance to your graduate programs? -- Miller Analogies Test (ADMIT2)
TOTAL%
1) Require1027.8
2) Don't require2363.9
3) Sometimes require38.3
Missing6 
TOTAL36100.0
40) Which of the following do you require for admittance to your graduate programs? -- Graduate Record Exam (ADMIT3)
TOTAL%
1) Require1234.3
2) Don't require1851.4
3) Sometimes require514.3
Missing7 
TOTAL35100.0
41) Which of the following do you require for admittance to your graduate programs? -- Minnesota Multiphasic (ADMIT4)
TOTAL%
1) Require12.9
2) Don't require3294.1
3) Sometimes require12.9
Missing8 
TOTAL34100.0
42) Which of the following do you require for admittance to your graduate programs? -- Letters of recommendation (ADMIT5)
TOTAL%
1) Require3792.5
2) Don't require12.5
3) Sometimes require25.0
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
43) Which of the following do you require for admittance to your graduate programs? -- Written biography (ADMIT6)
TOTAL%
1) Require1437.8
2) Don't require1643.2
3) Sometimes require718.9
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
44) Which of the following do you require for admittance to your graduate programs? -- Statement of educational goals/purpose (ADMIT7)
TOTAL%
1) Require3587.5
2) Don't require410.0
3) Sometimes require12.5
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
45) Which of the following do you require for admittance to your graduate programs? -- Interview (ADMIT8)
TOTAL%
1) Require2256.4
2) Don't require615.4
3) Sometimes require1128.2
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
46) Which of the following do you require for admittance to your graduate programs? -- Transcripts (ADMIT9)
TOTAL%
1) Require3995.1
3) Sometimes require24.9
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
47) Which of the following do you require for admittance to your graduate programs? -- Other (ADMIT10)
TOTAL%
1) Require1191.7
2) Don't require18.3
Missing30 
TOTAL12100.0
48) In general, how much emphasis is given to tests/inventories in making your decision for admittance? (TESTEMPH)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal37.1
2) Some1228.6
3) Not much1023.8
4) None614.3
5) Don't use1126.2
TOTAL42100.0
49) If you have undergraduate prerequisites, how often do you waive these prerequisites in lieu of life experience (e.g., non-credit theological or ministerial workshops, teaching, volunteer ministry, et al.)? (WAIVE)
TOTAL%
1) Usually923.1
2) Sometimes1333.3
3) Rarely1025.6
4) Never717.9
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
50) Do your graduate programs in ministry have a policy for matriculation? (MATRIC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3081.1
2) No718.9
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
51) Using the code, indicate if you have initiated any of the following during the past three years -- Degree programs (INIT1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1230.8
2) No2769.2
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
52) Using the code, indicate if you have initiated any of the following during the past three years -- Areas of concentration (INIT2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1037.0
2) No1763.0
Missing15 
TOTAL27100.0
53) Using the code, indicate if you have initiated any of the following during the past three years -- Graduate credit certificate program (INIT3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes932.1
2) No1967.9
Missing14 
TOTAL28100.0
54) Using the code, indicate if you plan to start any of the following in the next three years -- Degree programs (INTEND1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1538.5
2) No2461.5
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
55) Using the code, indicate if you plan to start any of the following in the next three years -- Areas of concentration (INTEND2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes834.8
2) No1565.2
Missing19 
TOTAL23100.0
56) Using the code, indicate if you plan to start any of the following in the next three years -- Graduate credit certificate program (INTEND3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes631.6
2) No1368.4
Missing23 
TOTAL19100.0
57) Using the code, indicate the primary emphasis of each of your graduate degrees -- Degree 1 (EMPH1)
TOTAL%
1) Primary emphasis on education for ministry and/or religious education practitioners3692.3
2) Primary emphasis on the education of academic and research scholars37.7
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
58) Using the code, indicate the primary emphasis of each of your graduate degrees -- Degree 2 (EMPH2)
TOTAL%
1) Primary emphasis on education for ministry and/or religious education practitioners1979.2
2) Primary emphasis on the education of academic and research scholars520.8
Missing18 
TOTAL24100.0
59) Using the code, indicate the primary emphasis of each of your graduate degrees -- Degree 3 (EMPH3)
TOTAL%
1) Primary emphasis on education for ministry and/or religious education practitioners763.6
2) Primary emphasis on the education of academic and research scholars436.4
Missing31 
TOTAL11100.0
60) Using the code, indicate the primary emphasis of each of your graduate degrees -- Degree 4 (EMPH4)
TOTAL%
1) Primary emphasis on education for ministry and/or religious education practitioners342.9
2) Primary emphasis on the education of academic and research scholars457.1
Missing35 
TOTAL7100.0
61) Using the code, indicate if you have program(s)/course(s) that prepare students for a multi-cultural ministry (MULTCULT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2152.5
2) No1947.5
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
62) Using the code, indicate if you offer the following -- One-credit courses (COURSE1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2461.5
2) No1538.5
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
63) Using the code, indicate if you offer the following -- Two-credit courses (COURSE2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2666.7
2) No1333.3
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
64) During 1991-1992, how many credit hours did you offer during each of the following -- Fall semester hours (CRHOUR1S)
TOTAL%
0) 13.0
2) 13.0
3) 39.1
4) 13.0
6) 13.0
9) 39.1
12) 412.1
15) 13.0
18) 39.1
19) 13.0
20) 13.0
24) 13.0
26) 13.0
27) 13.0
30) 13.0
36) 13.0
42) 13.0
62) 13.0
63) 13.0
85) 13.0
99) 13.0
120) 13.0
144) 13.0
666) 13.0
Missing9 
TOTAL33100.0
65) During 1991-1992, how many credit hours did you offer during each of the following -- Fall quarter hours (CRHOUR1Q)
TOTAL%
19) 150.0
131) 150.0
Missing40 
TOTAL2100.0
66) During 1991-1992, how many credit hours did you offer during each of the following -- Spring semester hours (CRHOUR2S)
TOTAL%
2) 26.3
3) 26.3
6) 13.1
9) 26.3
12) 515.6
15) 13.1
18) 39.4
21) 13.1
22) 13.1
24) 26.3
25) 13.1
27) 13.1
30) 13.1
36) 13.1
55) 13.1
57) 13.1
68) 13.1
73) 13.1
100) 13.1
105) 13.1
142) 13.1
502) 13.1
Missing10 
TOTAL32100.0
67) During 1991-1992, how many credit hours did you offer during each of the following -- Spring quarter hours (CRHOUR2Q)
TOTAL%
19) 150.0
133) 150.0
Missing40 
TOTAL2100.0
68) During 1991-1992, how many credit hours did you offer during each of the following -- Summer semester hours (CRHOUR3S)
TOTAL%
0) 13.0
3) 26.1
6) 26.1
7) 13.0
9) 13.0
11) 13.0
15) 13.0
18) 39.1
20) 13.0
21) 13.0
24) 412.1
27) 13.0
28) 13.0
30) 39.1
34) 13.0
39) 13.0
42) 13.0
44) 13.0
46) 13.0
51) 13.0
64) 13.0
79) 13.0
150) 13.0
182) 13.0
Missing9 
TOTAL33100.0
69) During 1991-1992, how many credit hours did you offer during each of the following -- Summer quarter hours (CRHOUR3Q)
TOTAL%
32) 150.0
65) 150.0
Missing40 
TOTAL2100.0
70) Using the code, indicate if your program offers a degree program(s) which requires field-based learning (FIELD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3175.6
2) No1024.4
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
71) Do you offer a graduate certificate program? (GRADCERT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2661.9
2) No1638.1
TOTAL42100.0
72) Do you offer any non-credit or CEU certificate programs? (NONCRED)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2047.6
2) No2252.4
TOTAL42100.0
73) Do you offer Continuing Education programs for your alumni/ae? (CONTED)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2561.0
2) No1639.0
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
74) Please check which of the following delivery systems are employed in your extension program(s) -- Have no extension program (DELSYS1)
TOTAL%
1) Checked2661.9
2) Not checked1638.1
TOTAL42100.0
75) Please check which of the following delivery systems are employed in your extension program(s) -- Extension site(s) to which on-campus faculty only travel to teach classes (DELSYS2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked49.5
2) Not checked3890.5
TOTAL42100.0
76) Please check which of the following delivery systems are employed in your extension program(s) -- Extension site(s) at which on-campus faculty and/or adjunct faculty from the local area teach classes (DELSYS3)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1126.2
2) Not checked3173.8
TOTAL42100.0
77) Please check which of the following delivery systems are employed in your extension program(s) -- Extension program in which faculty do not teach classes at an extension site, but utilize a non-traditional educational delivery system (e.g., broadcast or closed-circuit television, video and facilitator-led group process, interactive video, tele-conferencing) (DELSYS4)
TOTAL%
1) Checked37.1
2) Not checked3992.9
TOTAL42100.0
78) Please check which of the following delivery systems are employed in your extension program(s) -- Extension program(s) where students spend the majority of their time off-campus in independent study/small group work, traveling to campus for a short, intensive period(s) each year (DELSYS5)
TOTAL%
1) Checked49.5
2) Not checked3890.5
TOTAL42100.0
79) Please check which of the following delivery systems are employed in your extension program(s) -- Other (DELSYS6)
TOTAL%
1) Checked12.4
2) Not checked4197.6
TOTAL42100.0
80) In which structure of your college or university is your graduate ministry program(s) located? (PROGLOC)
TOTAL%
1) Theology Department922.0
2) Religious Studies Department922.0
3) Separate institute922.0
4) Other1434.1
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
81) From the following list, identify two areas where you focus most of your recruiting efforts -- Area 1 (RECRUIT1)
TOTAL%
1) Local parishes/diocese2252.4
2) Regional921.4
3) National1023.8
4) International12.4
TOTAL42100.0
82) From the following list, identify two areas where you focus most of your recruiting efforts -- Area 2 (RECRUIT2)
TOTAL%
1) Local parishes/diocese512.2
2) Regional2663.4
3) National614.6
4) International37.3
5) Other12.4
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
83) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- Print advertisements (RMETH1)
TOTAL%
1) Very effective1331.7
2) Effective1434.1
3) Not too effective1229.3
6) Use, but don't know24.9
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
84) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- Direct mail (RMETH2)
TOTAL%
1) Very effective614.6
2) Effective2048.8
3) Not too effective1126.8
5) Can't rate, don't use37.3
6) Use, but don't know12.4
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
85) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- Displays at conferences (RMETH3)
TOTAL%
2) Effective820.0
3) Not too effective1947.5
4) Not at all effective12.5
5) Can't rate, don't use820.0
6) Use, but don't know410.0
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
86) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- Alumni/ae (RMETH4)
TOTAL%
1) Very effective2050.0
2) Effective1435.0
3) Not too effective25.0
5) Can't rate, don't use12.5
6) Use, but don't know37.5
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
87) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- Open houses (RMETH5)
TOTAL%
1) Very effective12.6
2) Effective923.7
3) Not too effective718.4
4) Not at all effective12.6
5) Can't rate, don't use2052.6
Missing4 
TOTAL38100.0
88) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- Telethons (RMETH6)
TOTAL%
2) Effective12.7
3) Not too effective38.1
4) Not at all effective12.7
5) Can't rate, don't use3286.5
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
89) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- Word of mouth (RMETH7)
TOTAL%
1) Very effective2457.1
2) Effective1535.7
3) Not too effective12.4
6) Use, but don't know24.8
TOTAL42100.0
90) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- Videotapes (RMETH8)
TOTAL%
2) Effective513.5
3) Not too effective410.8
5) Can't rate, don't use2670.3
6) Use, but don't know25.4
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
91) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- General catalogue/bulletin (RMETH9)
TOTAL%
1) Very effective12.6
2) Effective1847.4
3) Not too effective821.1
4) Not at all effective12.6
5) Can't rate, don't use410.5
6) Use, but don't know615.8
Missing4 
TOTAL38100.0
92) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- General graduate catalogue (RMETH10)
TOTAL%
1) Very effective25.3
2) Effective1744.7
3) Not too effective1026.3
4) Not at all effective25.3
5) Can't rate, don't use37.9
6) Use, but don't know410.5
Missing4 
TOTAL38100.0
93) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- Specialized brochures (RMETH11)
TOTAL%
1) Very effective819.5
2) Effective2561.0
3) Not too effective717.1
5) Can't rate, don't use12.4
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
94) Using the following code, indicate your assessment of the effectiveness of the following methods of advertising for recruiting students to your program(s) -- Other (RMETH12)
TOTAL%
1) Very effective233.3
2) Effective350.0
5) Can't rate, don't use116.7
Missing36 
TOTAL6100.0
95) Approximately how much to you spend annually on recruitment and advertising for your program? (SPENDREC)
TOTAL%
1) No specified budget24.8
2) Less than $1,00024.8
3) $1,000-$2,9991126.2
4) $3,000-$4,99949.5
5) $5,000-$9,999614.3
6) $10,000-$14,999921.4
7) $15,000-$19,99924.8
8) $20,000-29,99912.4
9) $30,000-$49,99924.8
10) $50,000-$74,99924.8
13) Don't know12.4
TOTAL42100.0
96) Using the code, indicate your current tuition per graduate credit -- Semester credit (TUITSEM)
TOTAL%
4) $150-$17437.9
5) $175-$199615.8
6) $200-$224513.2
7) $225-$24925.3
8) $250-$274615.8
9) $275-$299513.2
10) $300-$324513.2
11) $325-$34912.6
12) $350-$37412.6
13) $375-$39912.6
14) $400+37.9
Missing4 
TOTAL38100.0
97) Using the code, indicate your current tuition per graduate credit -- Quarter credit (TUITQUAR)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $100125.0
2) $100-$124125.0
4) $150-$174125.0
7) $225-$249125.0
Missing38 
TOTAL4100.0
98) Using the code, indicate the cost of room and board per week during the summer (SUMMCOST)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $100310.0
2) $100-$124620.0
3) $125-$149516.7
4) $150-$174723.3
5) $175-$199310.0
6) $200-$22426.7
7) $225-$249310.0
14) $400+13.3
Missing12 
TOTAL30100.0
99) Using the code, indicate the cost of room and board per semester during the regular academic year (SEMCOST)
TOTAL%
1) Does not apply/no room and board available2458.5
4) $1,000-$1,49924.9
5) $1,500-$1,999512.2
6) $2,000-$2,49937.3
7) $2,500-$2,99912.4
8) $3,000-$3,49949.8
9) $3,500+24.9
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
100) Using the code, indicate which forms of financial aid are available for your graduate students -- Student assistantships (FINAID1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1433.3
2) No2866.7
TOTAL42100.0
101) Using the code, indicate which forms of financial aid are available for your graduate students -- Tuition remission (FINAID2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2764.3
2) No1535.7
TOTAL42100.0
102) Using the code, indicate which forms of financial aid are available for your graduate students -- Scholarship grants (FINAID3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2357.5
2) No1435.0
3) Plan to have within 3 years37.5
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
103) Using the code, indicate which forms of financial aid are available for your graduate students -- Work-study assistance (FINAID4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1333.3
2) No2564.1
3) Plan to have within 3 years12.6
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
104) Using the code, indicate which forms of financial aid are available for your graduate students -- Diocesan assistance (FINAID5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1847.4
2) No1950.0
3) Plan to have within 3 years12.6
Missing4 
TOTAL38100.0
105) Using the code, indicate which forms of financial aid are available for your graduate students -- Parish assistance (FINAID6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1743.6
2) No2256.4
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
106) Using the code, indicate which forms of financial aid are available for your graduate students -- Other (FINAID7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1263.2
2) No736.8
Missing23 
TOTAL19100.0
107) Using the code, indicate if the following is available -- Family housing for graduate students during the school year (FAMHOUS1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes513.5
2) No3081.1
3) Plan to have within 3 years25.4
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
108) Using the code, indicate if the following is available -- Family housing for graduate students during the summer (FAMHOUS2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1846.2
2) No2153.8
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
109) Using the code, indicate if the following is available -- Day care/child care during school year (DAYCARE1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1025.6
2) No2461.5
3) Plan to have within 3 years512.8
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
110) Using the code, indicate if the following is available -- Day care/child care during summer (DAYCARE2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1128.2
2) No2564.1
3) Plan to have within 3 years37.7
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
111) Using the following code, indicate the percentage of students who live on campus during the school year (CAMPUS1)
TOTAL%
1) 02152.5
2) Less than 1 percent25.0
3) 1-5 percent410.0
4) 6-9 percent12.5
5) 10-19 percent37.5
6) 20-29 percent12.5
7) 30-49 percent512.5
8) 50-74 percent12.5
9) 75-89 percent12.5
10) 90-100 percent12.5
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
112) Using the following code, indicate the percentage of students who live on campus during the summer (CAMPUS2)
TOTAL%
1) 01025.6
2) Less than 1 percent25.1
3) 1-5 percent25.1
4) 6-9 percent12.6
5) 10-19 percent512.8
6) 20-29 percent512.8
7) 30-49 percent512.8
8) 50-74 percent25.1
9) 75-89 percent37.7
10) 90-100 percent410.3
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
113) What is the teaching load for a full-time faculty member per semester? (TEACH1)
TOTAL%
3) 25.9
5) 12.9
6) 926.5
9) 1029.4
11) 12.9
12) 1029.4
21) 12.9
Missing8 
TOTAL34100.0
114) What is the teaching load for a full-time faculty member per quarter? (TEACH2)
TOTAL%
6) 125.0
9) 250.0
30) 125.0
Missing38 
TOTAL4100.0
115) What is your teaching load as Director of the Ministry program? (Write in hours) (TEACH3)
TOTAL%
0) 12.8
1) 12.8
2) 38.3
3) 1027.8
4) 38.3
6) 822.2
8) 25.6
9) 719.4
25) 12.8
Missing6 
TOTAL36100.0
116) How many people taught graduate credit courses in your program during the 1991-1992 school year (summer, fall, winter, spring)? (TEACHGR)
TOTAL%
3) 25.1
4) 25.1
5) 25.1
7) 37.7
8) 12.6
9) 12.6
10) 37.7
11) 12.6
12) 25.1
13) 25.1
14) 12.6
15) 25.1
17) 12.6
18) 25.1
20) 25.1
22) 25.1
25) 25.1
28) 12.6
31) 12.6
33) 12.6
35) 12.6
38) 12.6
42) 12.6
44) 12.6
90) 12.6
Missing3 
TOTAL39100.0
117) Please indicate the number of people in the following categories who taught in your program(s) in 1991-1992 -- Full-time faculty members (TAUGHT1)
TOTAL%
0) 26.5
1) 39.7
2) 412.9
3) 412.9
4) 13.2
5) 26.5
7) 13.2
8) 13.2
9) 26.5
10) 13.2
11) 13.2
12) 13.2
13) 13.2
14) 26.5
16) 13.2
18) 39.7
22) 13.2
Missing11 
TOTAL31100.0
118) Please indicate the number of people in the following categories who taught in your program(s) in 1991-1992 -- Part-time/adjunct faculty members (TAUGHT2)
TOTAL%
0) 25.6
1) 513.9
2) 411.1
3) 38.3
4) 25.6
5) 12.8
6) 38.3
7) 25.6
8) 12.8
9) 12.8
10) 25.6
12) 12.8
13) 12.8
15) 25.6
22) 12.8
23) 12.8
24) 12.8
26) 12.8
28) 12.8
33) 12.8
Missing6 
TOTAL36100.0
119) Please indicate the number of people in the following categories who taught in your program(s) in 1991-1992 -- Full-time faculty members with doctorates (TAUGHT3)
TOTAL%
0) 12.7
1) 513.5
2) 513.5
3) 25.4
4) 38.1
5) 410.8
6) 12.7
7) 25.4
9) 38.1
10) 25.4
11) 12.7
14) 12.7
16) 25.4
17) 12.7
18) 12.7
20) 12.7
22) 12.7
31) 12.7
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
120) Please indicate the number of people in the following categories who taught in your program(s) in 1991-1992 -- Part-time/adjunct faculty members with doctorates (TAUGHT4)
TOTAL%
0) 37.9
1) 410.5
2) 513.2
3) 37.9
5) 513.2
6) 25.3
7) 37.9
8) 25.3
9) 12.6
10) 12.6
11) 12.6
13) 37.9
20) 25.3
22) 12.6
24) 12.6
40) 12.6
Missing4 
TOTAL38100.0
121) Using the code, how much are part-time/adjunct faculty members currently paid per credit hour -- With doctorate, per academic year semester hour? (FACPAY1)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $500411.4
2) $500-$59925.7
3) $600-$6991337.1
4) $700-$799617.1
5) $800-$89938.6
6) $900-$99925.7
7) $1,000-$1,09938.6
9) $1,200-$1,29912.9
12) $1,500 +12.9
Missing7 
TOTAL35100.0
122) Using the code, how much are part-time/adjunct faculty members currently paid per credit hour -- Without doctorate, per academic year semester hour? (FACPAY2)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $500621.4
2) $500-$599725.0
3) $600-$699725.0
4) $700-$799310.7
5) $800-$89927.1
6) $900-$99913.6
7) $1,000-$1,09913.6
9) $1,200-$1,29913.6
Missing14 
TOTAL28100.0
123) Using the code, how much are part-time/adjunct faculty members currently paid per credit hour -- With doctorate, per academic year quarter hour? (FACPAY3)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $500266.7
4) $700-$799133.3
Missing39 
TOTAL3100.0
124) Using the code, how much are part-time/adjunct faculty members currently paid per credit hour -- Without doctorate, per academic year quarter hour? (FACPAY4)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5002100.0
Missing40 
TOTAL2100.0
125) Using the code, how much are part-time/adjunct faculty members currently paid per credit hour -- With doctorate, per summer session semester hour? (FACPAY5)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $50039.7
2) $500-$59939.7
3) $600-$699929.0
4) $700-$799412.9
5) $800-$899516.1
6) $900-$99926.5
8) $1,100-$1,19926.5
9) $1,200-$1,29913.2
11) $1,400-$1,49913.2
12) $1,500 +13.2
Missing11 
TOTAL31100.0
126) Using the code, how much are part-time/adjunct faculty members currently paid per credit hour -- Without doctorate, per summer session semester hour? (FACPAY6)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $500311.5
2) $500-$599830.8
3) $600-$699519.2
4) $700-$799311.5
5) $800-$899311.5
7) $1,000-$1,09913.8
9) $1,200-$1,29913.8
11) $1,400-$1,49913.8
12) $1,500 +13.8
Missing16 
TOTAL26100.0
127) Using the code, how much are part-time/adjunct faculty members currently paid per credit hour -- With doctorate, per summer session quarter hour? (FACPAY7)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $500266.7
4) $700-$799133.3
Missing39 
TOTAL3100.0
128) Using the code, how much are part-time/adjunct faculty members currently paid per credit hour -- Without doctorate, per summer session quarter hour? (FACPAY8)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5002100.0
Missing40 
TOTAL2100.0
129) Do you pay more for visiting nationally and internationally recognized faculty members? (VISITPAY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2257.9
2) No1642.1
Missing4 
TOTAL38100.0
130) Indicate which of the following costs you cover for visiting summer school faculty -- Housing (COST1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3286.5
2) No513.5
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
131) Indicate which of the following costs you cover for visiting summer school faculty -- Travel (COST2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3286.5
2) No513.5
Missing5 
TOTAL37100.0
132) Indicate which of the following costs you cover for visiting summer school faculty -- Meals (COST3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2880.0
2) No720.0
Missing7 
TOTAL35100.0
133) Indicate which of the following costs you cover for visiting summer school faculty -- Other (COST4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes225.0
2) No675.0
Missing34 
TOTAL8100.0
134) Using the code, indicate how many professors in your program(s) use the following adult learning principles -- View students as self-directed learners rather than dependent (LPRINC1)
TOTAL%
1) Almost all professors2764.3
2) Most professors1126.2
3) Some professors37.1
4) Very few professors12.4
TOTAL42100.0
135) Using the code, indicate how many professors in your program(s) use the following adult learning principles -- Draw on the students' experience as a resource (LPRINC2)
TOTAL%
1) Almost all professors2661.9
2) Most professors1126.2
3) Some professors511.9
TOTAL42100.0
136) Using the code, indicate how many professors in your program(s) use the following adult learning principles -- Use a problem-centered approach (LPRINC3)
TOTAL%
1) Almost all professors25.0
2) Most professors1127.5
3) Some professors1845.0
4) Very few professors922.5
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
137) Using the code, indicate how many professors in your program(s) use the following adult learning principles -- Provide opportunities for the students to apply their learning (LPRINC4)
TOTAL%
1) Almost all professors1229.3
2) Most professors1536.6
3) Some professors1229.3
4) Very few professors24.9
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
138) Do you offer any interdisciplinary/interdepartmental courses/programs of study? (IDSTUDY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2048.8
2) No2151.2
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
139) Using the code, indicate your agreement or disagreement with the statement -- Graduate Programs in Ministry should be actively involved in spiritual formation of the students outside the classroom (OUTSIDE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree410.0
2) Tend to disagree717.5
3) No opinion12.5
4) Tend to agree1742.5
5) Strongly agree1127.5
Missing2 
TOTAL40100.0
140) Are students required to participate in some form of spiritual formation as part of their graduate program? (SPIRIT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1433.3
2) No2866.7
TOTAL42100.0
141) I-ENROLL: As of the Fall semester 1992, indicate the total enrollment for your institution, both graduate and undergraduate (recoded for use with on-line analysis) (I-ENROLL)
TOTAL%
0) <20002047.6
1) 2000 & up2252.4
TOTAL42100.0
142) I-WHITE: Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Caucasian (recoded for use with on-line analysis) (I-WHITE)
TOTAL%
0) <90%1331.7
1) 90-100%2868.3
Missing1 
TOTAL41100.0
143) I-CATHOLIC: Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Roman Catholic (recoded for use with on-line analysis) (I-CATHOLIC)
TOTAL%
0) <90%1126.2
1) 90-100%3173.8
TOTAL42100.0
144) I-FEMALE: Using the code, indicate the percentage of your ministry programs' students who are in the following categories -- Female (recoded for use with on-line analysis) (I-FEMALE)
TOTAL%
0) <50%716.7
1) 50-74%2354.8
2) 75-100%1228.6
TOTAL42100.0