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 Front Cover
 Title Page
 Foreword
 The Florida legislative council...
 Table of Contents
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 Florida Agricultural and Mechanical...
 Index to part II






Group Title: Florida's university system: a survey of state-supported higher education in Florida
Title: Florida's university system
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 Material Information
Title: Florida's university system a survey of state-supported higher education in Florida
Physical Description: 2 v. (ix, 483 p.) : ill. (some col.), maps ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Legislature. -- Legislative Reference Bureau
Florida -- Legislature. -- Legislative Council
Publisher: Florida Legislative Council
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1953
 Subjects
Subject: Universities and colleges -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: as reported to the Legislative Council by the Legislative Reference Bureau.
General Note: "February 1953."
General Note: Includes indexes.
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Bibliographic ID: AM00000209
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: Florida A&M University (FAMU)
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lccn - a 53009543

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Title Page
        Title Page
    Foreword
        Foreword
    The Florida legislative council and select committee on education
        Page x
    Table of Contents
        Page xi
        Page xii
    The university of Florida
        Page 125
        Page 126
        Page 127
        Pages 128-129
        Income
            Page 130
            Page 131
            Page 132
            Page 133
            Page 134
            Page 135
            Page 136
            Page 137
        Expenditures
            Page 138
            Page 139
            Page 140
            Page 141
            Page 142
        Instructional load
            Page 143
            Page 144
            Page 145
            Page 146
        Resident instruction
            Page 147
            Page 148
            Page 149
            Page 150
            Page 151
            Page 152
        College of agriculture
            Page 153
            Page 154
            Page 155
            Page 156
            Page 157
            Page 158
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            Page 165
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            Page 167
            Page 168
        School of forestry
            Page 169
            Page 170
            Page 171
            Page 172
            Page 173
            Page 174
        College of architecture and allied arts
            Page 175
            Page 176
            Page 177
            Page 178
            Page 179
            Page 180
            Page 181
            Page 182
            Page 183
        College of arts and sciences
            Page 184
            Page 185
            Page 186
            Page 187
            Page 188
            Page 189
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            Page 203
            Page 204
            Page 205
        School of journalism
            Page 206
            Page 207
            Page 208
            Page 209
        College of business administration
            Page 210
            Page 211
            Page 212
            Page 213
            Page 214
            Page 215
            Page 216
            Page 217
            Page 218
            Page 219
            Page 220
        College of education
            Page 221
            Page 222
            Page 223
            Page 224
            Page 225
            Page 226
            Page 227
            Page 228
        College of engineering
            Page 229
            Page 230
            Page 231
            Page 232
            Page 233
            Page 234
            Page 235
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            Page 237
            Page 238
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            Page 240
            Page 241
        College of law
            Page 242
            Page 243
            Page 244
            Page 245
        College of music
            Page 246
            Page 247
            Page 248
            Page 249
        College of pharmacy
            Page 250
            Page 251
            Page 252
            Page 253
            Page 254
        College of physical education
            Page 255
            Page 256
            Page 257
            Page 258
            Page 259
            Page 260
            Page 261
        University college
            Page 262
            Page 263
            Page 264
            Page 265
        Graduate school
            Page 266
            Page 267
        School of inter-American studies
            Page 268
            Page 269
        Military science and tactics
            Page 270
            Page 271
        Other educational activities
            Page 272
            Page 273
            Page 274
            Page 275
        General administration
            Page 276
            Page 277
        Noneducational activities
            Page 278
            Page 279
            Page 280
            Page 281
            Page 282
            Page 283
            Page 284
    The Florida engineering and industrial experiment station
        Page 285
        Page 286
        Page 287
    The agricultural experiment station
        Page 288
        Page 289
    The agricultural extension service
        Page 290
        Page 291
        Page 292
        Page 293
        Page 294
        Page 295
        Page 296
    The general extension division of Florida
        Page 297
        Page 298
        Page 299
        Page 300
        Page 301
        Page 302
    Florida state university
        Page 303
        Page 304
        Page 305
        Income
            Page 306
            Page 307
        Expenditures
            Page 308
            Page 309
            Page 310
            Page 311
        Instructional load
            Page 312
            Page 313
            Page 314
            Page 315
        Resident instruction
            Page 316
            Page 317
            Page 318
            Page 319
        College of arts and sciences
            Page 320
            Page 321
            Page 322
            Page 323
            Page 324
            Page 325
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            Page 346
            Page 347
            Page 348
            Page 349
            Page 350
        School of business
            Page 351
            Page 352
            Page 353
            Page 354
            Page 355
            Page 356
            Page 357
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            Page 360
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            Page 362
            Page 363
        School of education
            Page 364
            Page 365
            Page 366
            Page 367
            Page 368
            Page 369
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            Page 376
            Page 377
        School of home economics
            Page 378
            Page 379
            Page 380
            Page 381
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            Page 383
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        School of library training and service
            Page 392
            Page 393
            Page 394
            Page 395
            Page 396
            Page 397
        School of music
            Page 398
            Page 399
            Page 400
            Page 401
        School of nursing
            Page 402
            Page 403
            Page 404
            Page 405
        School of public administration
            Page 406
            Page 407
            Page 408
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            Page 410
            Page 411
        School of social welfare
            Page 412
            Page 413
            Page 414
            Page 415
            Page 416
        General education
            Page 417
        Graduate school
            Page 418
            Page 419
        Other educational activities
            Page 420
            Page 421
            Page 422
            Page 423
        Operation of physical plant
            Page 424
        General administration
            Page 425
            Page 426
            Page 427
            Page 428
        Agency and auxiliary activities
            Page 429
            Page 430
        Funds
            Page 431
            Page 432
            Page 432a
    Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College
        Page 433
        Page 434
        Income
            Page 435
            Page 436
        Expenditures
            Page 437
        Instructional load
            Page 438
        Resident instruction
            Page 439
            Page 440
            Page 441
            Page 442
        Division of agriculture
            Page 443
            Page 444
            Page 445
        Division of education
            Page 446
            Page 447
            Page 448
        Engineering and mechanic arts division
            Page 449
            Page 450
            Page 451
        Graduate studies division
            Page 452
            Page 453
        Home economics division
            Page 454
            Page 455
            Page 456
        Humanities division
            Page 457
            Page 458
            Page 459
        Law division
            Page 460
            Page 461
            Page 462
        Division of natural sciences and mathematics
            Page 463
            Page 464
            Page 465
        Division of nursing education
            Page 466
            Page 467
            Page 468
        Division of pharmacy
            Page 469
            Page 470
            Page 471
        Social sciences division
            Page 472
            Page 473
            Page 474
        Expenditures for instruction
            Page 475
        Other activities
            Page 476
            Page 477
            Page 478
            Page 479
            Page 480
            Page 481
        Funds
            Page 482
            Page 483
    Index to part II
        Page 484
        Page 485
        Page 486
        Page 487
Full Text
I.'


FLORIDA'S


UNIVERSITY SYSTEM


PART D


378 ,
F6o3A-


FLORIDA LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL


1953


/
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FLORIDA'S UNIVERSITY SYSTEM


PART II












A SURVEY OF

STATE-SUPPORTED HIGHER EDUCATION

IN FLORIDA


AS REPORTED TO

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

BY THE

LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU


FEBRUARY 1953


Ki
















This is the second part of a report on the FloridaUniversiry
System. The first Dart of the report was concerned with the
University System as a whole. The University System was ex-
amined against the background of all higher education for
the people of the State of Florida. The first part of this
report gave attention to the manner in which the University
System is managed, to the enrollment in the institutions,
to some financial aspects of the system, and to the programs
offered.


In this second part of the report more detailed information
concerning the institutions in the University System is pre-
sented. Particular attention is given to the programs of
instruction, but the other activities in the institutions
are noted. An attempt has been made to report the function
of various parts of the institutions in relation to their
financial requirements.


In addition to information about the three institutions,
attention is given to the experiment stations and to the
extension programs which are apart of the University System.













THE FLORIDA LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL



WALLACE E. STURGIS
PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE
OCALA
CHA I RMAN

A. ROY SURLES
REPRESENTATIVE. POLK COUNTY
LAKELAND
VICE- CHAIRMAN


SENATE MEMBERS

GEORGE C. DAYTON
DADE CITY

R. B. GAUTIER
MIAMI

HARRY E. KING
WINTER HAVEN

GEORGE W. LEAIRD
FT. LAUDERDALE

B, C. PEARCE
PALATKA

WAYNE E. RIPLEY
JACKSONVILLE

J. B. RODGERS, JR.
WINTER GARDEN

GEORGE G. TAPPER
PORT ST. JOE


HOUSE MEMBERS

JOHN E. BOLLINGER
WEST PALM BEACH

C. FARRIS BRYANT
OCALA

DOYLE E. CONNER
STARKE

B. ELLIOTT
PAHOKEE

JAMES S. MOODY
PLANT CITY

FLETCHER MORGAN
JACKSONVILLE

GEORGE S. OKELL
MIAMI

JOHN S. PITTMAN
JAY


SELECT COHHIITTEE ON EDUCATION

A. ROY SURLES
CHA /RMAN

SENATOR GEORGE G, TAPPER SENATOR GEORGE W. LEAIRD
REPRESENTATtVE JOHN S, PITTMAN










TABLE OF CONTENTS
of
PART II





THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.................................. 125
INCOMfE .................. ........................... 130
EXPENDITURES...................................... 38
INSTRUCTIONAL LOAD ...............................143
RESIDENT INSTRUCTION............................. ..1.47
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE.......................... 153
.SCHOOL OF FORESTRY.... ............ .. ............ 169
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND ALLIED ARTS...........175
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES......................184
SCHOOL OF JOURNALISAI.................. .........206
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMNISTRATION................210
COLLEGE OF EDUCATIO. ..............................221
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING............... ..............229
COLLEGE OF LA.....................................242
DIVISION OF MUSIC................ ............... 246
COLLEGE OF PhiRYfACY...... ..................... ....... 250
COLLI OF PHYSICAL EDUCATIO......... ................255
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE............................. .262
GRADUATE SCHOOL.................................. 266
SCHOOL OF IVTER-AMERICAN STUDIES..................268
KILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS...................... 270
OTHER 'DUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES...................... 272
.GENERAL ADMINISTRATION...................... .....276
NONEDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES.........................278

THE FLORIDA ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL
EXPERIMENT STATION ...................................... 285

THE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION ........................288
THL AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE ........................290
THE GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION OF FLORIDA.................297






FLOrlDA STATE UNIVERSITY .............................. ....303
INCOME..................................... ..... 306
EXPENDITUPES..................... ................. 308
INSTRUCTIONAL LOAD ............ .... ............... 312
RESIDENT INSTRUCTIO ............................. 316
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES......................320
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS................................ 351
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION............................... 364
SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS.........................378
SCHOOL OF LIBRARY TRAINING AND SERVICE............392
SCHOOL OF IUSIC ......... ....................... 398
SCHOOL OF NURSING................................ 402
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION...................406
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WELFARE.........................412
GENERAL EDUCATION ............................ .... 417
GRADUATE SCHOOL .................................. 418
OTHER EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES ......................420
OPERATION OF PHYSICAL PLANT .......................424
GENERAL ADMINISTRATIOvN... ........................425
AGENCY AND AUXILIARY ACTIVITIES...................429
FUNDS............................................430
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE...............433
INCOME. ...........................................435
EXPENDITURES.......................... .......... 437
INSTRUCTIONAL LOAD................................ 438
RESIDENT INSTRUCTION..............................439
DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE.......................... .443
DIVISION OF EDUCATION .................... ......... 446
ENGINEERING AND MECHANIC ARTS DIVISION ............449
GRADUATE STUDIES DIVISION.........................452
HOME ECONOMICS DIVISION...........................454
HUMANITIES DIVISION ........ ....................... 457
LAW DIVISION ......................... ........... 460
DIVISION OF NATURAL SCIENCES AND NATHRMATICS......463
DIVISION OF NURSING EDUCATION .....................466
DIVISION OF PHARYACY.............. ............. 469
SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION.......................... 472
EXPENDITURES FOR INSTRUCTION ......................475
OTHER ACTIVITIES................................. 476
FUNDS............................................. 482

INDEX TO PART II ......... ...... ........................484































"......One university to be known as the UNIVERSITY
OF FLORIDA located at Gainesville, to which
shall be admitted both white male and white
female students;......"'

















FLORIDA STATUTES 1951. 239.10 (I)







INSTALLATIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


1. University of Florida, Agricultural Experiment Station Main Station
and Agricultural Extension Service Headquarters
(a) Dairy Unit Agricultural Experiment Station
(b) Williamson fract Agricultural Experiment Station
(c) Austin Cary Memorial School of Forestry
(d) Biology Laboratory Newnan's Lake
(e) Lake Wauburg Camp Florida Student Union
(f) Radio Station WRUF
(g) Devil's Hillhopper Tract
2. West Florida Experiment Station Jay
3. Camp Timpoochee 4-H Club Camp Agricultural Extension Service
4. North Florida Experiment Station Mobile Unit Chipley
5. Florida National Egg Laying Test Chipley Agricultural Extension
Service
6. North Florida Experiment Station Mobile Unit Marianna
7. North Florida Experiment Station Quincy
8. North Florida Experiment Station Mobile Unit Monticello
9. Pecan Investigations Laboratory Monticello
io. Cherry Lake 4-H Club Camp Agricultural Extension Service
11. Suwannee Valley Experiment Station Live Oak
12. State Forest Ranger School Lake City
13. Comparative Zoology Tract
14. Marine Biology Laboratory Seahorse Key
15. Welaka Conservation Reserve Project
16. Potato Investigations Laboratory Hastings
17. Doe Lake 4-H Club Camp Agricultural Extension Service
18. Camp McQuarrie 4-il Club Camp Agricultural Extension Service
19. Watermelon & Grape Investigations Laboratory Leesburg
20. West Central Florida Experiment Station Brooksville
21. Central Florida Experiment Station Sanford
22. Strawberry Investigations Laboratory Plant City
23. Citrus Experiment Station Lake Alfred
24. Weather Forecasting Bureau Lakeland
25. Gulf Coast Experiment Station Bradenton
26. Range Cattle Experiment Station Ona
27. New 4-H Club Camp Agricultural Extension Service
28. Indian River Field Laboratory Ft. Pierce (Citrus and Everglades
Stations)
29. Everglades Experiment Station Belle Glade
30. Old Plantation Field Laboratory Ft. Lauderdale (Everglades Station)
31. Subtropical Station Homestead











LOCATION OF THE VARIOUS INSTALLATIONS OF THE
AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION, THE AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE,
AND THE UNIVERSITY PROPER


THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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INCOME FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


1951-52




In his report to the Board of Control, the Business Manager
of the University of Florida'showed $16,965,584.71 as the
combined income for the Agricultural Experiment Station, the
Agricultural Extension Service, the Engineering and Indus-
trial Experiment Station, and the University Proper (includ-
ing the General Extension Division of Florida).

This grand total income is shown on a percentage basis in
the illustration on the opposite page. It i's based on the
following information taken from the business manager's re-
port:


Agricultural Experiment Station
Agricultural Extension Services
Engineering and Industrial Experiment
Station
University of Florida Proper, (in-
cluding Gen. Extension Div.).


GRAND TOTAL INCOME


$ 3,328,090.70
846,181.79

620,344.87

12,170,967.35

$16,965,584.71


This income will be shown by -source in the following pages
of this report.













INCOME FOR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1951-52


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TOTAL $16,965,584.71












INCOME FOR THE UNIVERSITY PROPER


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
1951-52



Although the grand total income for the University oLFlorida
for 1951-52 is reported as $16,965,584.71, only about 72% of
that amount was for the use of the "university proper".1

$12,170,967.35 of the grand total income was income for use
of the university proper. $9,213,872.54 was income for edu-
cational and general purposes. $2,933,282.69 was income for
auxiliary activities, and $23,812.12 was income from other
non-educational activity.

These figures are from the report of the business manager to
the board of control.

The income figures for the university proper are 'shown on a
percentage basis in the illustration on the opposite page.








1. SEE THE TWO PAGES IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING FOR DISTRIBUTION
OF THE GRAND TOTAL INCOME.












INCOME FOR THE "UNIVERSITY PROPER"

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1951-52


EDUCATE IONAL
' .*.^* EDUCATIONAL


- AND


' : TOTAL .

AUXILIARY

INCOME












INCOME '

(75. .


OTHER NON-
EDUCATIONAL
(0.2%)


TOTAL $12,170.967.35







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THE SOURCE OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL INCOME


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1951-52




Of the $12,170,967.35 which comprised the income for the
"university proper",1 about 76% was income for educational
and general purposes.


The following information concerning the 'source of
$9,213,872..54 which was available for educational and
eral use at the University of Florida was taken from
business manager's June fiscal report to the Board:


Student Fees
Endowment Income
State Appropriations
Federal Government
Private Gifts and Grants
Income from Sales and Services,
(educational)
Other Income University
Income from Organized Activities
Related to Instruction


TOTAL


$1,426,096.98
3,541.79
7,115,000.00
93,969.66
262,475.23


.53,730.24
233,582.30

'25,476.34

$9,213,872.54


This information is -shown on a percentage basis, using $100
as the basis for the chart.


i. SEE THE TWO PAGES IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING FOR THE INFORMA-
TION FOR THE TOTAL INCOME FOR THE UNIVERSITY PROPER.


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gen-
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gifts L grant
$2.85

federal
governmen-
$1.02
sales
and
services
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appropriation
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BREAKDOWN OF STUDENT FEES


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
1951-52

The business manager's June fiscal report to the Board shows
that $1,426,096.98 was received by the University of Florida
in student fees. This sum constituted about 15% of the in-
come of the university proper for 1951-52.

Included in the students fees collected in 1951-52 is a sub-
stantial item of $451,919.10 which was collected from the
Federal Government as veteran student fees for prior years.

Veteran Student Fees...........$213,870.42
Nonveteran Student Fees........ 503,588.51
Graduation Fees................ 29,058.89
P. K. Yonge School, Fees....... 2,477.oo
Late Registration Fees......... 4,936.82
Music Fees.................... 13,636.68
Student Building Fees.......... 111,763.07
Extension Fees
Extension Class Fees......... 37,844-96
Correspondence Study Fees.... 29,108.86
Extension Short Courses...... 15,761.61
Miscellaneous Student Fees..... 12,131.06
Veteran Student Fees
(Prior Years).......... 415,919.10

TOTAL................. $1,426,096.98









DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENT FEES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


SWIMMING POOL $1


TOTAL StSO.00


CONTINGENT FEE

USED FOR GENERAL PURPOSES IN
UNIVERSITY CURRENT FUND.

SWIMMING POOL

USED FOR OPERATION, AND MAIN-
TENANCE.


ATHLETICS $9.00
PUBLICATIONS $6.95
FLORIDA UNION $7.00
INTRAMURALs $1.95


STUDENT ACTIVITY FEE*

LYCEUM COUNCIL $1.35
MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS $1.30
CHEERLEADERS $0.10
PEP CLUB $0.10


BUILDING FEE

USED FOR BUILDING CONSTRUC.
TION AND REHABILITATION

INFIRMARY FEE

USED FOR SUPPORT OF STUDENT
HEALTH SERVICES. AN ADDI.
TIONAL CHARGE IS MADE FOR
BOARD IN THE INFIRMARY AND
FOR SPECIAL MEDICINES AND
SERVICES AS REQUIRED.



FLORIDA PLAYERS $0.65
DEBATE $0.60
WOMEN'S STUDENT ASSOC. $0.10
SPECIAL FUNDS $0.50


*STUDENT ACTIVITY FEES ARE ASSESSED BY VOTE
OF THE STUDENT BODY AND APPROVED BY THE
BOARD OF CONTROL BEFORE THEY ARE ADOPTED.










TOTAL EXPENDITURES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


1951-52


$14,723,932.84 is the total amount of money which was 'spent
by the University of Florida during the fiscal year 1951-52,
but about 31% of thi's amount was -spent by divisions which
are outside the "university proper".1


The opposite page shows the distribution on a percentage
basis, using $ioo.oo as the amount of money distributed.
That distribution to the university proper and to four other
divisions i's based on the following totals taken from the
June 19.52 monthly fiscal report of the business manager to
the board's executive 'secretary.

University of Florida Proper $10, 198,272.64
Agricultural Experiment Stations 2,845,843.55
Agricultural Extension Service 806,804.27
Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station 617,673.90
General Extension Division2 255,338.48

GRAND TOTAL $14,733,93a.84


The expenditures of the university proper will be di'stribu-
ted to the various-services further in the report.



1. INCLUDES GENERAL ADMINISTRATION AND GENERAL EXPENSE;
RESIDENT INSTRUCTION; ORGANIZED RESEARCH; THE LIBRARY;
THE MUSEUM: THE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF THEPHYSICAL
PLANT; ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES RELATED TO INSTRUCTIONt THE
AUXILIARIES AND OTHER NONEDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES. INCLUD-
ING INTERCOLLEGIATE, ATHLETICS.

2. SERVES THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM AS A WHOLE.









UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


DISTRIBUTION OF 1951-52 EXPENDITURES
(CHART BASED ON $100)


AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION


.. *. "..

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$5:.8 "


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$5.48


ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL
EXPERIMENTATION


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AGR I CULTURAL EXPERIMENTAT I ON

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$19.33


UNIVERSITY PROPER


$69.26


GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION



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$4.20


$1.73


GRAND TOTAL $14,723,932.84











EXPENDITURES WITHIN THE "UNIVERSITY PROPER"


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1951-52


About 69% of the $14,723,932.84.* spent by the University of
Florida was spent by the university proper.


The distribution of these expenditures on a percentage basis
is shown on the following pages. The distributions are based
on the following figures which were taken from the 1952 fiscal
report of the university business manager to the board.


General Administration and
General Expenses
Resident Instruction
Organized Research
Library
Museum
Operation and Maintenance of
Physical Plant
Organized Activities Related
to Instruction

TOTAL EDUCATION AND GENERAL
Auxiliary Activities
Other Non-educational Activities,
including athletics

TOTAL NON-EDUCATIONAL

TOTAL FOR UNIVERSITY PROPER


$ 879,628.54
4,614,486.79
243,832.50
384,554.58
11,240.66

1,206,973.98

92,687.76

$ 7,433,403.81
$2,587,677.15

177,191.68

$ 2,764,868.83

$10,198,272.64


SEE THE PAGES IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF
THIS GRAND TOTAL FOR ALL UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA EXPENDI
TURES.











DISTRIBUTION OF UNIVERSITY PROPER EXPENDITURES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1951-52










EXPENDITURES '' \
SFOR .
S.. AUXILIARY ...
""ACTIVITIES ;;' .*
(25)5X
EDUCATIONAL (2% OTHER NON-
.. -- :: EDUCATIONAL
AND.. -(2%)

GENERAL -

-. --- '-. EXPENDITURES


(73%)









TOTAL $10,198,272.64






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DISTRIBUTION OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL EXPENDITURES*

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1951 -52


STUDENT WELFARE


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$2.50


ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES RELATED
TO -- INSTRUCTION






$1.25


OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
OF PHYSICAL PLANT**








$16.24
$16.24


RESIDENT INSTRUCTION


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$62.08


GENERAL EXPENSES


GENERAL ADMINISTRATION




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$8.12


LIBRARY


$5.17

ORGANIZED RESEARCH


FLORIDA MUSEUM


$1 .21


$.15


* CHART BASED ON $100.
** INCLUDES 190 FOR CONSULTING ARCHITECT TO
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.


$3.28









INSTRUCTIONAL LOAD IN FULL-TINE STUDENTS'

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

(STUDENTS BY 1.000)





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FALL


1940
72

19417
47

19421


19
1944 [ 1

19

19451
31


'SHADED AREA 'SHOWS
GRADUA TE'STUDENTS


NO. FULLTIME
STUDENTS


1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1951-52
1952-53


3,894
3,439
3,242
701
783
1,379
6,636
8,583
10,090
10,616
9,765
8,975
9,118


1946 1


1947
225


1948


386


1949 5

506


1950


561


19 51


428


1952 L


384


1. FULL TIME STUDENTS DETERMINED ON BASIS OF 15 SEMESTER HOURS CREDIT FOR UNDERGRADUATES
AND 12 SEMESTER HOURS CREDIT FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

PER FULL-TIME STUDENT COSTS


YEAR


1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
1949-50
F. 1950-51
S 1951-52
1952-53


1953-54


GENERAL REVENUE
APPROPRIATIONS
(CURRENT OPERATIONS)

$1,000,250.00
1,035,000.00
1,035,000.00
1,013,175.00
1,013,175.00
1,141,813.00
1,141,813.00
3,627,575.00
3,627,575.00
5,978,464.00
6,688,216.00
7,115,000.00
7,115,000.00



$7,902,860.00


GENERAL REVENUE APPROPRIATIONS PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT
(CURRENT DOLLARS) (CONSTANT DOLLARS)


$256.87
300.96
319.25
1,445.33
1,293.97
828.00
172.o6
422.65
359.52
563.16
684.92
792.76
780.32



($866.73)3


$253.82
270.16
264.28
1,162.78
1,018.87
636.43
113.57
254.46
208.66
334.82
381.15
421.91
(415.28)1


REQUESTED

($461.27 }-3


EXPENDITURES FOR
RESIDENT
INSTRUCTION

$860,447.96
S907,817.98
848,267.97
958,326.25
736,963.50
1,048,822.40
2,162,272.28
3,322,339.78
3,377,841.52
4,508,001.20
4,894,221.18
4,517,336.23
(4,589,271.76)2



$5,632,302.00


EXPENDITURES FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION
PER FULL-TIME STUDENT
(CURRENT DOLLARS) (CONSTANT DOLLARS)


$220.97
263.98
261.65
1,367.08
941.20
760.57
325.84
387.08
334.78
424.64
501.20
503.32
(503.32)



($617.71)4


$218.35
236.97
216.60
1,099.82
741.10
584.60
215.08
233.04
194.30
252.46
278.91
267.87
(267.87)1



($328.74)1'4


1. ASSUMES 1951-52 PRICE LEVEL.
2. ESTIMATION USING 1951-52 EXPENDITURE.
3. ASSUMES 1952-53 INSTRUCTIONAL LOAD. (IF APPROPRIATION
PER STUDENT IS HELD AT 1952-53 LEVEL, THE APPROPRIATION
REQUESTED WOULD PROVIDE FOR 10,127 STUDENTS.)
4. ASSUMES 1952.53 INSTRUCTIONAL LOAD. (IF EXPENDITURE
HELD AT 1951-52 LEVEL, THE AMOUNT REQUESTED FOR RESIDENT
INSTRUCTION WOULD PROVIDE FOR 11,190 STUDENTS.)








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University of Florida


$ 1500



$! 00



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$1200



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$1000



$900

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$800 -



$700



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$400



$300


$200



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EXPENDITURES FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION

PER FULL-TIME STUDENT


University of Florida


$1400



$ 1300



$ 1200


$ 100



$1000



$900



$800


$1400



$1300



$ 1200


$1100



$1000



$900



$800



$700


$600



$500



$400



$300



$200



$ 100


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Instruction at 1951-52 level.
2. Assumes 1952-53 Instructional Load
3. Assumes /951-52 Price level


$200



$100


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$700

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$400

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$300












UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1951-52 EXPENDITURES FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION


SALARY


EXPENSES


Agriculture

Forestry

Architecture and
Allied Arts

Arts and Sciences

Journalism

Business Administration

Education

Engineering

Law
Music

Pharmacy
Physical Education

University College
Subtotal
Board of Examiners

Graduate School

Inter-American Studies

Military Science

Subtotal


Grand Total


$ 347,280.99

102,533.34

190,928.18

964,929.74
31,856.28
378,843.24

539,492.22

415,934.76

153,176.34
101,278.47

104,816.04
217,783.87

451,480.07
4,010,333-54
44,231.43
26,593.38
22,436.15

10,591.43
103,852.'39


$4,114,185.93


$ 54,412.87
24,917.77


20,875.82

95,085.79
5,406.26
10,098.13
24,241.01

111,399.12

32,394.46
31,700.11

15,075.95

45,624.43
6,633.08
477,864.80
12,495.67

1,599.67
6,890.42

1,450.30
22,436.06


$500,300.861


$ 401,693.86

127,451.11

211,804.00
1,o6o,015.53

37,262.54

388,941.37
563,733.23

527,333.88
185,570.80
132,978.58

119,891.99
263,408.30

468,113.15

4,488,198.34
56,727.10
28,193.05
29,326.57
12,041.73
126,288.45


1. INCLUDES $97.150.56 IN UNLIQUIDATED ENCUMBRANCES.


TOTAL






















UNIVERSIl


DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENDITURES FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
1951-52

(CHART BASED ON $100)
S10 $20



TY COLLEGE


BOARD OF EXAMINERS


COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE


SCHOOL OF FORESTRY

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
& ALLIED ARTS

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND
SCIENCES


SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(INCLUDING LABORATORY
SCHOOL)

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING


GRADUATE SCHOOL

SCHOOL OF INTER.AMERICAN
STUDIES


COLLEGE OF LAW

MILITARY SCIENCE AND
TACTICS


DIVISION OF MUSIC


COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL
EDUCATION


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


The budgets of the University of Florida, as we1. as for the
other institutions of the University System, provide for
resident instruction; and the financial reports of the insti-
tutions report expenditures for resident .instruction. Under
that term, resident instruction, the primary activity is
classroom and laboratory instruction, but there are a number
of other related activities which are .included.

Page 155 of this report shows what use was made in 1951-52
of the time of faculty members .in the 13 schools and col-
leges of the University of Florida,1 The percent of faculty
time devoted to instruction in classrooms and in laboratories
varied from less than 50% to more than do%.

Each of the schools reported time 'spent in administration,
apart from administrative services provided in the general
university administration. Each of the schools reported
time spent in student counseling.in addition to the student
welfare program. Most of the schools reported time spent in
research. To the extent to which schools provided staff for
instruction in the General. Extension Division, time for ex-
tension.is .included under resident instruction. Some time
was spent in other miscellaneous activities.

The use of the term resident .instruction refers primarily to
classroom and laboratory activities, but other functions are
requested in the legislative budgets under that title, and
expenditures for other functions are included in financial
reports under that name.

i. INFORMATION FOR F.S.U. IS ON PAGE 318.







UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

UNIVERSITY TOTAL

FACULTY


NUMBER
OF
TEACHERS


PROFESSORS
ASSOC. PROFESSORS
ASST. PROFESSORS
INSTRUCTORS




ALL RANKS


% WITH
DR.'S DEGREE


188

143
187
113




6312


AVG1 YRS.
AT U. OF F.


72%
59%
36%
5%


PERCENTAGE OF THE FACULTY HOLDING DOCTOR'S DEGREES


THE PERCENTAGE IN 7 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER.


THE PERCENTAGE IN 6 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F, IS HIGHER,


25%


AVERAGE1 SALARY OF ALL RANKS


THE AVERAGE FOR 4 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER.


THE AVERAGE FOR 8 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER OR EQUAL.


$5.000 $5,400 $5.800 $6,200


1THE AVERAGE IS THE MEDIAN.
THIS TOTAL DOES NOT INCLUDE ACADEMIC PERSONNEL
IN GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (20). STUDENT WELFARE
(27). LIBRARY (34). DEMONSTRATION SCHOOL (30).


AVG
SALARY



$7,125
$5,800
$5,150
$4,200




$5,500


100%


$4,600


$6,700


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DISTRIBUTION OF TIHE OF ACADEMIC STAFF*

BY FUNCTION


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

(IN TEACHING UNITS ONLY)*


80%


AGRICULTURE


ARCHITECTURE &
ALLIED ARTS


ARTS & SCIENCES

BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION


EDUCATION


ENGINEERING


FORESTRY


JOURNALISM



LAW


MUSIC


PHARMACY


PHYSICAL EDUCATION


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE




UNIVERSITY OF
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*EXCLUDES LIBRARY, STUDENT WELFARE,
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION.


1. FACULTY QUESTIONNAIRES DID NOT DISTINGUISH
BETWEEN RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AND OTHER PROJ-
ECTS. INCLUDES PERFORMANCES. RECITALS AND
MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS.


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THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

TOTAL OF ALL COLLEGES

AND SCHOOLS


INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM


NUMBER OF
FULL-TIME
STUDENTS


SALARY
FOR
TEACHING


SALARY COST
PER FULL-TIME
STUDENT


REGULAR YEAR

ALL COURSES 1,033

GRAD. COURSES ONLY 260

SUMMER SESSION

ALL COURSES 561

GRAD. COURSES ONLY 182


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3,463

1,172


$1,913,426

$ 267,550


285,087

86,690


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CLASS


$243

$588



$ 82

$ 74


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University of Florida


EXECUTIVE SECRETARY


SCHOOL OF
FORESTRY














EXPENDITURES FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION
1951-52

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.


General

Agricultural Economics

Agricultural Engineering

Agronomy

Animal Industry and Husbandry

Botany

Dairying

Entomology and Pest Control

Horticulture

Poultry

Soils

Veterinary Service


SALARY

$ 23,813.18

35,833-42

24,456.54
29,864.84

30,337.32
64,890.12
18,224.78

33,602.40

43,900.79
5,164.92

33,842.76

3,349.92


$347,280.99


EXPENSES
$22,909.22

1,650.11

1,338.31
2,188.oo

1,640.20

5,152.69
1,206.82

9,144.44

5,791.87
*519.23

2,731.02
140.96


$54,412.871


TOTAL

$ 46,722.40
37,483.53

25,794.84
32,052.84

31,977.52
70,042.81

19,431.60
42,746.84

49,692.66
5,684.15

36,573.78

3,490.88


$401,693.86


1. INCLUDES $12.789.80 IN UNLIOUIDATED ENCUMBRANCES.








UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

FACULTY


NUMBER
OF
TEACHERS


PROFESSORS

ASSOC. PROFESSORS
ASST. PROFESSORS
INSTRUCTORS




ALL RANKS


% WITH
DR.'S DEGREE


PERCENTAGE OF THE FACULTY HOLDING DOCTOR'S DEGREES


THE PERCENTAGE IN 9 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER.

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25%


50%


THE PERCENTAGE IN 3 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER


75%


100%


AVERAGE* SALARY OF ALL RANKS


THE AVERAGE FOR 11 SC
U. OF F. IS LOWER.


$5.000


$5,400


:HOOLS AT THE AVERAGE FOR I SCHOOL AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER



-5,800 $6,200 -6,700
$5,800 $6,200 $6,700


AVG* YRS.
AT U. OF F.


78%
67%
46%


6o%


AVG*
SALARY



$7,200
$5,900
$5,175
$.,o000




$6,000


4,00
$4,600


*AVERAGE USED IS THE MEDIAN


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM


NUMBER
COURSES


AVG.
SIZE
CLASS


REGULAR YEAR


ALL COURSES

GRAD. COURSES ONLY


131
42


SUMMER SESSION


ALL COURSES

GRAD. COURSES ONLY


PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL RESIDENT INSTRUCTION


20%


40%
40%


COST PER FULL-TIME STUDENT


THE COST IN 7 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER


THE COST IN 5 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER.


I 3
250 300


10
450 500


NUMBER OF
FULL-TIME
STUDENTS


SALARY
FOR
TEACHING


SALARY COST
PER FULL-TIME
STUDENT


$170,076

$37,832



$20,807

$6, o10


182

59


$304
$8o5




$114

$103


7.1%



0%


6I
60%


80%


100%


$ 200
$ 200


AVERAGE OF TWO SEMESTERS.


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THE RELATION OF CLASS SIZE AND TEACHING COST

THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


$100


$200


$300


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COST OF CLASSROOM TEACHING
PER FULL-TIME STUDENT
$400 cn


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AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS


ESTABLISHED IN 1926


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 15
NO. GRAD. COURSES 5
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 48
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 16
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $16,310


TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $340







NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE 1951


1950


1949


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$2159


1948 1947


Agricultural
Economics


B.S.A.
M. of Ag.
M.S.A.










AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.


THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING


ESTABLISHED IN 1923


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 10
NO. GRAD. COURSES 2
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 57
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 18
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $14,110


TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $247







NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


3
1
20
13

$2505



$125


MAJOR
Agricultural Eng.


DEGREE 1951
B.S.A. 32
M.A. 4
M.S.A. i


1950
81
4


1949
47
5


1948
17


1947
13
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AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRONOMY


ESTABLISHED IN


1905


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 11
NO. GRAD. COURSES 6
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 48
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 16
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $12,804


TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $267








NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$2053


MAJOR


Agroncoy


Gen.
Agriculture


DEGREE 1951


B.S.A. 3
M. of Ag. 5
N.S.A. 2
B.S.A. 7


1948


1947


1950


9
2
3
12


1949


6
1
3
10










AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.


THE DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY


TEACHING BEGAN IN 1909


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


SUMMER SESSION
1952


NUMBER OF COURSES
NO. GRAD. COURSES
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING


TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT


NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE


Animal Husbandry B.S.A.
M.A.
M.S.A.
Animal Nutrition Ph.D


1951


30


'7


1950


63
1
5


1949


46
2
4
2


1948 1947


$14,839


$198


$2552



$106










THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.


THE DIVISION OF BOTANY




ESTABLISHED IN 1925
(FIRST TAUGHT IN DEPT. OF BIOLOGY)



REGULAR YEAR SUMMER SESSION
1951 52 1952

NUMBER OF COURSES 23 10
NO. GRAD. COURSES 8 5
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 109 36
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 18 6
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $43,579 $6,993

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 400 $ 194





NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES

MAJOR DEGREE 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

Bacteriology B.S.A. 4 3 2 1
Bacteriology M. of Ag. 1
Bacteriology M.S.A. 1
Bacteriology M.S. 12 17 8 4 1
Botany B.S.A. 2 2 3 2
Botany M.S.A. 1
Botany. M.S. 2
Plant Pathology B.S.A. 1 1
Plant Pathology M. of Ag. 1
Plant Pathology M.S.A. 4 1







THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.




THE DEPARTMENT OF DAIRY SCIENCE

ESTABLISHED IN 1949
(INSTRUCTION BEGAN IN 1912)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 11
NO. GRAD. COURSES 4
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 17
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 9
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $9,035

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 531











NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR

Dairy
Dairy
Dairy
Dairy
Dairy
Dairy


DEGREE 1951


Manufactures
Manufactures
Manufactures
Husbandry
Husbandry
Husbandry


B.S.A.
M.A.
M.S.A.
B.S.A.
M.A.
M.S.A.


1950

7
1

3


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$846


$220


1949

2
1

4


1948


1947











THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.





THE DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGY



ESTABLISHED IN 1924


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 13
NO. GRAD. COURSES 4
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 38
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 13
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $12,812

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 337









NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


4
1
6
4

$1,o16


$ 169


MAJOR

Entomology
Entomology
Entomology
Entomology


DEGREE 1951


B.S.A.
M. of Ag.
M.S.A.
M.S.


1950

25
2


1948


1947


1949

7
3
1
1











THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF HORTICULTURE



(TEACHING BEGAN IN THE 1890'S)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 16
NUMBER GRAD. COURSES 3
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 60
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 16
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $18,683

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 311









NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


Horticulture
Horticulture

Horticulture
Horticulture


DEGREE 1951


1950


1949


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$686


$ 34


1948


1947


B.S. InAg.
Master of
Ago
M.S. in Ag.
Ph.D.










THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
U. OF F,





THE DEPARTMENT OF POULTRY HUSBANDRY

(INSTRUCTION BEGAN BEGAN BEFORE 1920)





REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES
NO. GRAD. COURSES
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT


NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


Poultry lus-
bandry
Poultry lius-
bandry
Poultry Hus-
bandry


DEGREE 1951


B.S.A. 3

M. Ag. 1

2 Yr. Course
(Non Degree)


$ 326


1950


1949


1948


1947










THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.


THE DEPARTMENT OF SOILS



(INSTRUCTION BEGAN IN 1907)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 11
NO. GRAD. COURSES 4
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 57
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 19
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $16,963

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 298










NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE 1951


Soil Fertility
& Management B.S.A.
Soil Chemistry
?& icro-
biology B.S.A.
Soils Surveying B.S.A.


Soils
Soils


1950


SUMMER SESSION
1952


4
1
16
7

$1,738


$ 109


1949


1948


M.S.A.
M. of Ag.


1947











THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
U. OF F.





THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERINARY. SCIENCE


ESTABLISHED IN 1949
(SERVICE COURSES AND RESEARCH 'WORK INITIATED IN 1919)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES
NO. GRAD. COURSES
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT










NO DEGREES GRANTED


3
2
8.9


2,727


$ 306


SUMMER SESSION
1952


1
1
2.2
2


$259


$119












THE SCHOOL OF FORESTRY


University of Florida


DIRECTOR OF THE
SCHOOL OF FORESTRY


THE SCHOOL OF FORESTRY


















EXPENDITURES FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION
1951-52


SCHOOL OF FORESTRY

U. OF F.


General

State Ranger School


SALARY

$ 88,115.13

14,418.21


$102,533.34


EXPENSES

$16,219.78

8,697.99


TOTAL

$104,334.91
23,116.20


$127,451.11


1. INCLUDES $3.497.45 IN UNLIQUIDATED ENCUMBRANCES.








UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

SCHOOL OF FORESTRY &
FOREST RANGER SCHOOL

FACULTY


NUMBER
OF
TEACHERS


PROFESSORS
ASSOC. PROFESSORS
ASST. PROFESSORS
INSTRUCTORS




ALL RANKS


% WITH
DR.'S DEGREE


AVG* YRS
AT U. OF F.


33%
33%
100%


PERCENTAGE OF THE FACULTY HOLDING DOCTOR'S DEGREES


THE PERCENTAGE IN 6
U. OF F. IS LOWER.



0%


SCHOOLS AT THE PERCENTAGE IN 6 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER.


25%


50%


75%


AVERAGE* SALARY OF ALL RANKS


THE AVERAGE FOR 7
U. OF F. IS LOWER


$5000
$5,000


SCHOOLS AT THE AVERAGE FOR 5 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER OR EQUAL.



$5,400 $5,800 $6,200 $6,700


AVG*
SALARY


$6,150
$5,700
$5,175
$3,700




$5,6oo


100%


$4600
$4,600


AVERAGEE USED IS THE MEDIAN








UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


THE SCHOOL OF FORESTRY*

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM


NUMBER
COURSES


AVG.
SIZE
CLASS


REGULAR YEAR


ALL COURSES
GRAD. COURSES ONLY


SUMMER SESSION


ALL COURSES 9
GRAD. COURSES ONLY 2


PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL RESIDENT INSTRUCTION


20%


40%


COST PER FULL-TIME STUDENT


THE COST IN 12 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER,


S 200
s 200


"A SCHOOL IN THE COLLEGE OF AGRI CULTURE.


NUMBER OF
FULL-TIME
STUDENTS


SALARY
FOR
TEACHING


SALARY COST
PER FULL-TIME
STUDENT


59
1.3



40
2.2


$28,066

$3,093



$4,383
$536


$476
$2,326


$110
$246


0%


60%


80
80%


100%


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THE COLLEGE OF FORESTRY
U. OF F.


THE DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY



ESTABLISHED IN 1935


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 21
NO. GRAD. COURSES 3
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 59
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 10
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $28,066

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 476










NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


9
2
40
9

$4,383


$ 110


MAJOR


Forest Manage-
ment

Wildlife Manage-
ment

Forest Products
Technology


DEGREE 1951


B.S.F. 34
M.S.F. 8


B.S.F.
M.S.F.

B.S.F.
M.S.F.


1950


1949


1948


1947










THE SCHOOL OF FORESTRY
U. OF F.






THE FOREST RANGER SCHOOL




The Forest Ranger School at Lake City was established as a
department of the School of Forestry. The Columbia School
of Forestry which had been in operation under the "sponsorship
of a group of interested citizens was taken over as a state
school in 1949-

The program of instruction in the Forest Ranger School is
designed to prepare men for non-professional forestry work
in the foreman category. The course carries no university


credit, but .a certificate is awarded for
completion of the one-year course.


The expenditures for this program for the
shown on page 170 of this report.


Number Completing
Course


the -succes-sful


year 1951-52 are


1951 1950 1949 1948

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THE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE

AND ALLIED ARTS

University of Florida




PRESIDENT






DEAN


EXECUTIVE SECRETARYI


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EXPENDITURES FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION

1951-52


ARCHITECTURE AND ALLIED ARTS

U. OF F.


SALARY


EXPENSES


General

Architecture

Art


$ 17,115.75
119,686.95

54,125.48


$190,928.18


$ 6,725.47

2,238.84
11,911.51


$20,875.821


$ 23,841.22
121,925.79
66,036.99


$211,804.00


1. INCLUDES $20,875.82 IN UNLIQUIDATED ENCUMBRANCES.


TOTAL







UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND
ALLIED ARTS

FACULTY


NUMBER
OF
TEACHERS


% WITH
DR.'S DEGREE


PROFESSORS
ASSOC. PROFESSORS
ASST. PROFESSORS
INSTRUCTORS




ALL RANKS


PERCENTAGE OF THE FACULTY HOLDING DOCTOR'S DEGREES


THE PERCENT.
AGE IN 2
SCHOOLS AT U.
OF F. IS
LOWER.


0%


THE PERCENTAGE IN 10 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER


25%


50%


AVERAGE* SALARY OF ALL RANKS


THE AVERAGE FOR 3 SCHOOLS AT THE AVERAGE FOR 9 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER. U. OF F. IS HIGHER,




$4.600 $5.000 $5.400 $5,800 $6.200


$6700
$6.700


AVG* YRS.
AT U. OF F.


AVG*
SALARY



$',800
$5,850
$5,550
$4,300


75%


100%


*AVERAGE USED IS THE MEDIAN.


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

THE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
AND ALLIED ARTS

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM


NUMBER
COURSES


REGULAR YEAR

ALL COURSES

GRAD. COURSES ONLY


AVG.
SIZE
CLASS.



16
2


NUMBER OF
FULL-TIME
STUDENTS




323
4


SUMMER SESSION


ALL COURSES
GRAD. COURSES ONLY


80
7.8


SALARY
FOR
TEACHING



S106,223

$3,168



$13,080
$643


SALARY COST
PER FULL.TIME
STUDENT




$329
$812


$161
$82


PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL RESIDENT INSTRUCTION


20%


40%


60%


80%


COST PER FULL-TIME STUDENT


THE COST IN 8 SCHOOLS AT THE COST IN 4 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER. U. OF F. IS HIGHER.



S 200 250 300 350 400 450 500


550 600


4.1%



0%


100%


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THE RELAfION OF CLASS SIZE AND TEACHING COST


THE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND ALLIED ARTS


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
20 15 10 5 0
I,-- 1 I I


$100


$200


COST OF CLASSROOM TEACHING
PER FULL-TIME STUDENT
$300 $400


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THE COLLEGE tF ARCHITECTURE
AND ALLIED ARTS
U. OF F.


THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE




ESTABLISHED IN 1925


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 80
NO. GRAD. COURSES 4
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 276
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 16
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $89,924

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 326










NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE 1951


Architecture B. of Arc
Architecture M. of A.
Arch.
Building Con-
struction B.B.C.
Building Con-
struction M.S.B.C.
Interior Design B.A.A.
Landscape Archi-


:h.
in


1950


1949


SUMMER SESSION
1952


59
6
8o
3

$13,080


$ 164


1948


1947


55 70

1

44 46


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THE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
AND ALLIED ARTS
U. OF F.


THE DEPARTMENT OF ART



ESTABLISHED IN 1929


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES
NO. GRAD. COURSES
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT


17
1
46.8
16

$16,299


$ 348


NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR

Art
Commercial Art
Crafts
Printing &
Drawing


DEGREE 1951


M.F.A.
B.A.A.
B.A.A.

B.F.A.


1950


1949


1948


1947














THE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE &
ALLIED ARTS
U. OF F.


THE UNIVERSITY CENTER OF THE ARTS



The Center of the Arts is an unbudgeted activity of the
College of Architecture and Allied Arts. It is described
in the catalog as the beginning of a teaching, research and
public service center in which students, faculty, and the
general public can study examples of outstanding contemporary
work in painting, industrial design, furniture, crafts, com-
munity planning, architecture, and other arts.


The expenditures for this center are not identifiable in the
budget or financial reports of the University of Florida.












THE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
AND ALLIED ARTS
U. OF F.




THE BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURAL AND COMMUNI TY RESEARCH



This is another unbudgeted activity of the College of Archi-
tecture and Allied Arts. It was established to conduct and
coordinate research in those fields which concern the design
of shelter. The Bureau provides an opportunity for graduate
-students and for faculty members to engage in research in
architecture and community planning.


The expenditures in connection with thi's activity are not
identifiable in the budget or the financial reports of the
University of Florida.








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EXPENDITURES FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION

1951-52


COLLEGE OF


ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.


SALARY


General

Biology

Chemistry

English

Foreign Languages
Geography

Geology
History

Homemaking

Library Science
Mathematics and Astronomy

Philosophy

Physics
Political Science

Psychology

Religion

Sociology and Anthropology

Speech


$ 34,065.85
87,942.09

145,971.55

97,493.69
86,107.88

24,466.84

10,374.94
44,221.48


3,547.95
109,018.34

11,774.94
62,436.00

47,215.23
68,836.81

12,883.25

45,229.84

73,343.06


$ 9,108.80

14,787.50

34,359.24
1,315.45
2,618.56

998.18

734.53
1,634.97

130.16

482.41
2,084.53

301.58
8,987.38

3,916.49
5,801.53

423.51

3,942.68

3,458.29


$964,929.74 $95,085.79 1
1. INCLUDES $23.325.69 IN UNLIOUIDATED ENCUMBRANCES.
185


$ 43,174.65
102,729.59

180,330.79

98,809.14
88,726.44

25,465.02
11,109.47

45,856.45
130.16

4,030.36
111,102.87

12,076.52

71,423.38
51,131.72

74,638.34
13,306.76

49,172.52
76,801.35

$1,o6o,015.53


EXPENSES


TOTAL







UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

FACULTY


NUMBER
OF
TEACHERS


PROFESSORS
ASSOC. PROFESSORS
ASST. PROFESSORS
INSTRUCTORS




ALL RANKS


% WITH
DR.'S DEGREE


93%
81%
63%
12%


67%


PERCENTAGE OF THE FACULTY HOLDING DOCTOR'S DEGREES


THE PERCENTAGE IN 11 SCHOOLS AT THE PERCENTAGE IN I SCHOOL AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER. U. OF F. IS HIGHER.


25%


50%


75%


100%


AVERAGE* SALARY OF ALL RANKS


THE AVERAGE FOR 4 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER.


THE AVERAGE FOR 8 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. 15 EQUAL OR HIGHER.


$4,600 $5.000 $5.400 $5,800


- $6,200 $. ..- 6,700
$6.200 $6,700


*AVERAGE USED IS THE MEDIAN.


AVG* YRS.
AT U. OF F.


AVG*
SALARY



$7,250
$5,750
$4,900
$4,100


$5,5oo


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

THE COLLEGE OF ARTS

AND SCIENCES

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM


NUMBER
COURSES


REGULAR YEAR

ALL COURSES
GRAD. COURSES ONLY


330
95


AVG.
SIZE
CLASS




18

5


NUMBER OF
FULL-TIME
STUDENTS




1,906
128


SUMMER SESSION


ALL COURSES

GRAD. COURSES ONLY


SALARY
FOR
TEACHING




$511,583
$110,728



$80,379
$25,495


SALARY COST
PER FULL-TIME
STUDENT




$268
$865


$98

$195


PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL RESIDENT INSTRUCTION


40%


60%


80%


COST PER FULL-TIME STUDENT


THE COST IN 6 SCHOOLS
AT U. OF F. IS LOWER.


THE COST IN 6 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER.


$ 200 450-- -- 500 550 600----


24.3%



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100%


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450 500


550 600


$ 200










THE RELATION OF CLASS SIZE AND TEACHING COST


THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
40 30


$100


$200


$300


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POLITICAL SCIENCE


PSYCHOLOGY


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COST OF CLASSROOM TEACHING
PER FULL-TIME STUDENT
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THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
U. OF F.


THE DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY


ESTABLISHED IN 1853


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 23
NO. GRAD. COURSES 11
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 69
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 13
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM
TEACHING $38,101


TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $552








NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


16
10
34
5

$5,132



$151


MAJOR


Biology -
Departmental
Biology Group
Biology
Biology


DEGREE 1951


B.S.
B.S.
1M.S.
Ph. D.


1948


1947


1950


11
26
6
4


1949


10
33
4
1










THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.




THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY




(INSTRUCTION BEGAN IN 1905)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 33
NO. GRAD. COURSES 16
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 386
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 29
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $81,941
TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 212









NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


Chemistry
Chemistry -
Departmenta
Chemistry -
Group
Chemistry
Chemistry


DEGREE 1951


1950


SUMMER SESSION
1952


22
12
119
11

$11,449

$ 96


1949


1948


B.S. inChem.

Ll B.S.

B.S.
M.S.
Ph.D.


1947











THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH




ESTABLISHED IN 1905


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 42
NO. GRAD. COURSES 9
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 181
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 19
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $54,032

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 299









NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$10,401


$ lo9


MAJOR


English-Depart-
mental
English Group
English Group
English
English


DEGREE 1951


B. A.
B.A.
B.S.
M.A.
Ph.D.


1950


'22
23

11


1949


28
13

5


1948


13
12
1
19


1947


8
6

8










THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES




ESTABLISHED IN 1950
(TEACHING EXISTED SINCE ESTABLISHMENT OF COLLEGE)


REGULAR YEAR SUMMER SESSION
1951-52 1952

NUMBER OF COURSES 43 18
NO. GRAD. COURSES 7 5
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 141 55
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 10 8
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $58,339 $8,724

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 414 $ 159




NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES

MAJOR DEGREE 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

French -
Departmental B.A. 1 3 2 2
French Group B.A. 1 1 2 2
French Group B.S. 1 1 1
French M.A. 1 2
German -
Departmental B.A. 1 2 3
German Group B.A. 1 2 2
German Group B.S. 3 4 11 5 5
German M.A. 1 2
Latin Group B.S. 1
Spani'sh -
Departmental B.A. 7 3 4 5 2
Spanish Group B.A. 3 11 2 2 1
Spanish I. A. 1 6 6 3 1










THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.


THE DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY




ESTABLISHED IN 1948
(INSTRUCTION BEGAN IN 1926)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 14
NO. GRAD. COURSES 5
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 30
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 10
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $10,978

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 366










NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


6
1
26
10

$2,460


$ 95


MAJOR

Geography -
Dep artmen t al
Geography Group
Geography -
Departmen tal
Geography Group
Geography


DEGREE 1951


B.A.
B.S.

B.S.
B.S.
M.A.


1950


1949


1948


1947











THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY




ESTABLISHED IN 1948
(TAUGHT FOB MANY YEARS IN DEPT; OF OfOLOGY AND GEOLOGY)


NUMBER OF COURSES
NO...GRAD. COURSES
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52
7

19
11


SUMMER SESSION
1952
1

2.4
6


TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 468












NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE


1951


1950


Geology Group B.A.
Geology -
Departmental B.S.
Geology Group B.S.


$309


1949


1948


1947











THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY



ESTABLISHED IN 1950
(HAD BEEN TAUGHT WITH POLITICAL SCIENCE)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 25
NO. GRAD. COURSES 7
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 111
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 18
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $31,071
TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 280











NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE 1951


History -
Departmental
History Group
History


B.A.
B.A.
M.A.


1950


19
32
4


SUMMER SESSION
1952


12
4
64
13

$5,728

g 90


1949


10
13
7


1948


11
9
3


1947


12
7
1










THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY



ESTABLISHED IN 1905


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 25
NO. GRAD. COURSES 10
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 281
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 19
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $64,832

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 231








NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE 1951 1950


Mathematics -
Departmental
Mathematics -
Group
Mathematics -
Departmental
iMathematics -
Group
Mathematics -
Departmental
Mathematics -
Departmental
Mathematics -
Departmental


B.A.

B.A.

B.S.

B.S.


1949


SUMMER SESSION
1952


23
10
121
10

$11,799


$ 98


1948


1947


2 12


M.S.
Ph.D.











THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENTS OF PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION






WORK IN PHILOSOPHY STARTED IN 1884
DEPT. OF RELIGION ORGANIZED IN 1946


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 14
NO. GRAD. COURSES 2
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 63
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 20
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $17,872

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ -284









NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE


Philosophy -
Departmental B.A.
Philosphy -
Group B.A.
Philosphy -
Group M.A.
Religion -
Group B.A.
Religion -
Departmental B.A.


1951


2

3


1950


2

2


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$2, 150


$ 77


1949


1948


1917









THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
U. OF F.




THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS




ESTABLISHED IN 1930


REGULAR YEAR SUMMER SESSION
1951-52 1952


NUMBER OF COURSES
NO. GRAD. COURSES
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT


17
6
97
14

$28.114


$ 290


10
2
35
11

$4,182


$ 120


NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR

Physics Depart-
mental
Physics Group
Physics


DEGREE 1951


B.S.
B.S.
M.'S.


1950


4
6
3


1947


1949


5
4
7


1948


8
4
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THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE




ESTABLISHED IN 1950
(FORMERLY TAUGHT WITH HISTORY)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 19
NO. GRAD. COURSES 6
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 86
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 17
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $23.874

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $278








NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


7
1
31
11

$2,361


$ 76


MAJOR


Political Science-
Departmental
Political Science
Group
Political Science


DEGREE 1951


B.A.

B.A.
M.A.


1948


1950


30

18
3


1947


1949


25

17
4










THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.




THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION CLEARING SERVICE

The Public Administration Clearing Service is a branch of
the Department of Political Science in the College of Arts
and Sciences. The activity was established in 1948, and it
is not identifiable in the budget of the University.

The Public Administration Clearing Service (i) provides con-
sulting service to state, county and local government in
Florida, (2) it has a regular program of research and publi-
cation on problems of government and public policy in -state
and local government in Florida, and (3) it cooperates with
the General Extension Division in training programs and short-
courses for public officials and employees.

This organization is responsible for the research and ser-
vice programs in public administration. The instructional
program leading to a bachelor's degree in public administra-
tion is conducted in the College of Business Administration.

Because this organization is not identifiable .in the budget,
the expenditures connected with its activity are not shown
in the budget or in the financial reports of the University
of Florida.


200










THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY




ESTABLISHED IN 1930
(FORMERLY TAUGHT WITH PHILOSOPHY)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES ii
NO. GRAD. COURSES 10
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 148
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 21
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $34,i04~

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 230









NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE 1951


Psychology Depart-
mental
Psychology Group
Psychology Depart-
mental
Psychology Group
Psychology Depart-
mental


B.A. 29
B.A. 11

B.S. 4
B.S. 16


M.A.


1950


33
15

22
17

17


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$5,312


$ 95


1949


20
11

23
22

15


1948


1947










THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
U. OF F.




THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY



ESTABLISHED IN 1926
(TEACHING BEGAN IN 1900)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 20
NO. GRAD. COURSES 3
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 169
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 40
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $21,644

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 128










NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


8
2
80
25

$2,734


$ 35


MAJOR


Sociology -
Departmental
Sociology Group
Sociology Group
Sociology


DEGREE 1951


B. A.
B.A.
B.S.
M.A.


202


1948


1950


21
'22

4


1947


1949


16
9

5











THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH




ESTABLISHED IN 1929


NUMBER OF COURSES
NO. GRAD. COURSES
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT










NUMBER OF GRADUATES


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


29
7
119
13

$34,884


$ 293









BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


16
6
58
8

$6,222


$ o07


MAJOR


DEGREE 1951


Speech Depart-
mental
Speech Group
Speech


B.A.
B.A.
M.A.


1948


1950


27
18
11


1947


1949


22
7
7


203











THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY SCIENCE




ESTABLISHED IN 1922


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


SUMMER SESSION
1952 (


NUMBER OF COURSES
NO. GRAD. COURSES
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT


3 ;


5.9
10


$984


$ 52


$ 318


NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES
The original purpose of the department was to provide
the training in library science which is required in
the public schools of the State. It provides the 12
semester hours which the State Department of Education
requires for the Restricted-Certificate in Library
Science for teachers.

Since 1949, additional courses have been added to en-
able students to enter professional schools of library
science.











THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
U. OF F.



CANCER RESEARCH LABORATORY


The Cancer Research Laboratory was established in 1949 under
the College of Arts and Sciences. It carries on research in
the cause, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer.

Courses, seminars, and research problems and courses in re-
lated instructional departments are used in an instructional
program in cancer research. A program is established for the
Master's Degree, and there is a program leading to the degree
of Doctor of Philosophy.

The program is carried out with cooperation and financial
assistance from the United States Public Health Service, the
State Health Department, the Anna Fuller Fund, the Damon
Runyon Cancer Fund, the Florida Order of Eastern Star, the
Florida American Cancer Society, and the William Klein
estate.

Expenditures are reported under the organized research pro-
grams of the University. For the year 1951-52, expenditures
are shown in the following amounts:

Salaries Expenses Total

$50,655.31 $11,645.17 $62,300.48












THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM



University of Florida


1951.52 EXPENDITURES


SALARY

$3 1 856. 28


EXPENSES
$5. 406. 26


TOTAL

$37. 262. 54








UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM**

FACULTY


% WITH
DR.'S DEGREE


AVG* YRS.
AT. U. OF F.


PROFESSORS
ASSOC. PROFESSORS
ASST. PROFESSORS
INSTRUCTORS




ALL RANKS


PERCENTAGE OF THE FACULTY HOLDING DOCTOR'S DEGREES


THE PERCENTAGE IN 12 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER.


/0% 25% 50%


AVERAGE* SALARY OF ALL RANKS


THE AVERAGE FOR II SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER.


THE AVERAGE FOR I SCHOOL AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER


$4I600
$4,600


$5,000


*AVERAGE USED IS THE MEDIAN.
**A SCHOOL IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS d
SCIENCES.


$5,400 -$5.800


207


NUMBER
OF
TEACHERS


AVG*
SALARY


$6,000
$5,2oo


$4,200


$6,000


75%


1 00%


$6,200


$6,700


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM*

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM


NUMBER
COURSES


REGULAR YEAR

ALL COURSES 12
GRAD. COURSES ONLY 1

SUMMER SESSION

ALL COURSES 4

GRAD. COURSES ONLY


AVG.
SIZE
CLASS



16

4



8


NUMBER OF
FULL-TIME
STUDENTS




38
1



11


SALARY
FOR
TEACHING




$17,513
$1,521



$2,075


SALARY COST
PER FULL-TIME
STUDENT




$461

$1,521



$189


PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL RESIDENT INSTRUCTION


20%


40%


60%


80%


COST PER FULL-TIME STUDENT


THE COST IN 11 SCHOOLS AT THE COST IN I SCHOOL AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER. U. OF F. IS HIGHER.


200
S 200


*A SCHOOL IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS


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THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM
U. OF F. .


THE DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM




ESTABLISHED IN 1949

(HAD BEEN TAUGHT SINCE 1929)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 12
NO. GRAD. COURSES 1
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 38
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 16
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $17,513

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 461










NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


Advertising
Editorial
Radio
Journalism


DEGREE

B.S.J.
B.S.J.
B.S.J.
M.A.


SUMMER SESSION
1952


11
8

$2,075


$ 189


1951 1950 1949 1948 1947


12 3
10 24
1
3 1





THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
U. of F.


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EXPENDITURES FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION
1951-52




COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
U. OF F.


SALARY


EXPENSES


General

Accounting
Business Organization
and Operation
Economics
Real Estate


$ 40,722.38

59,872.00

109,821.33

143,041.69

25,385.84



$378,843.24


$ 2,731.35
1,802.64


2,324.38
2,144.13
1,095.63


$10,098.13 1


$ 43,453.73
61,674.64


112,145.71
145,185.82
26,481.47



$388,941.37


1. INCLUDES $1.806.66 UNLIQUIDATED ENCUMBRANCES.


TOTAL








UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

FACULTY


NUMBER
OF
TEACHERS


PROFESSORS
ASSOC. PROFESSORS
ASST. PROFESSORS
INSTRUCTORS



ALL RANKS


% WITH
DR.'S DEGREE


83%
50%
33%


AVG* YRS.
AT U. OF F.


52%


PERCENTAGE OF THE FACULTY HOLDING DOCTOR'S DEGREES


THE PERCENTAGE IN 8 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER.



2o 25% !


THE PERCENTAGE IN 4 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS HIGHER.



50% 75%


AVERAGE* SALARY OF ALL RANKS





THE AVERAGE FOR 4 SCHOOLS AT THE AVERAGE FOR 8 SCHOOLS AT
U. OF F. IS LOWER. U. OF F. IS HIGHER.


4600
S4,600


$5,000


$5,400


$5,800


$6.200


*AVERAGE USED IS THE MEDIAN.


212


AVG*
SALARY


$6,7co
$5,650
$5,000
$4,200


$5,500


100
100%


$6,700


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM


NUMBER
COURSES


REGULAR YEAR
ALL COURSES
GRAD. COURSES ONLY


AVG,
SIZE
CLASS



21
6


NUMBER OF
FULL-TIME
STUDENTS



872
29


SUMMER SESSION


ALL COURSES
GRAD. COURSES ONLY


302
16


SALARY
FOR
TEACHING



$213,632
$21,732



$29,973

$4,755


SALARY COST
PER FULL-TIME
STUDENT



$245
$749


$99
$297


PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL RESIDENT INSTRUCTION


20%


I 4
40%


60%


100
100%


COST PER FULL-TIME STUDENT





THE COST IN 3 THE COST IN 9 SCHOOLS AT
SCHOOLS AT U. OF F. U. OF F. IS HIGHER
IS LOWER.



$ 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600
$ 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600


11.1%


0%


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THE RELATION OF CLASS SIZE AND TEACHING COST

THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


0E II


COST OF CLASSROOM TEACHING
PER FULL-TIME STUDENT
$200 $300


$100oo


AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
*/*


3












THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
U, OF F.





PROGRAM IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION



Since 1949 the College of Business Admini-scration has
granted degrees in public administration. The bachelor'-s
degrees granted are shown below. A graduate program in pub-
lic administration curricula is reported in the catalog, but
no degrees were reported.


The research and 'service programs in public administration
are carried out in the College of Arts and Sciences in the
Public Administration Clearing Service, a division of the
Department of Political-Science.








NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE


1951 1950 1949 1948 1947


Public Adminis-
tration


B.S.P.A.


2 12 7


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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
U. OF F.


THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING



ESTABLISHED IN 1947
INSTRUCTION GIVEN SINCE 1926-27


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 15
NO. GRAD. COURSES 3
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 157
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 20
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $37,128

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 236










NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$6.063


$ 103


MAJOR


Accounting


DEGREE 1951


B.S.B.A. 67


1950


1949


1948 1947








BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
U. OF F.

THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATION & OPERATION
(FORMERLY TAUGHT WITH DEPT. OF ECONOMICS. ESTABLISHED 1926-27)



ESTABLISHED IN 1948


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 40
NO. GRAD. COURSES 5
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 311
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 23
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $76,344

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 245







NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE 1951 1950


Banking and Finance B.S.B.A.
Executive Secretary-
-ship B.S.B.A.
General Business B.S.B.A.
Industrial Manage-
ment B.S.B.A.
Industrial Relations B.S.B.A.
Insurance- Life B.S.B.A.
Insurance Property B.S.B.A.
Marketing Adver-
tising B.S.B.A.
Marketing General B.S.B.A.
Marketing Retailing B.S.B.A.
Marketing Sales &
Sales Management B.S.B.A.
Resort P; Club Manage-
ment B.S.B.A.


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$9,943


$ 101


1949


1948


1947


13 10


4
9


217


217








THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS



ESTABLISHED IN 1948
(INSTRUCTION BEGAN IN 1926-27)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 32
NO. GRAD. COURSES 10
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 327
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 10
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $85,319

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 261








NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


DEGREE


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$11,585


$ 1oo


1951 1950 1949 1948 1947


Business Sta-
tistics B.S.B.A.
Economics B.S.B.A.
Economics of
Latin American
Trade B.S.B.A.
Foreign Trade &
Economic Geog-
raphy B.S.B.A.
Labor Economics B.S.B.A.
Public Finance
&c Taxation B.S.B.A.
Transportation
& Public
Utilities B.S.B.A.


5 2
18- 15,


5 1


8 5


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THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
U. OF F.



THE DEPARTMENT OF REAL ESTATE




ESTABLISHED IN 1946
(SPONSORED BY FLORIDA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION)


REGULAR YEAR
1951-52


NUMBER OF COURSES 11
NO. GRAD. COURSES 2
NO. FULL-TIME STUDENTS 75
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 25
SALARY FOR CLASSROOM-
TEACHING $14,841

TEACHING SALARY COST PER
FULL-TIME STUDENT $ 198









NUMBER OF GRADUATES BY DEGREES


MAJOR


Real Estate


SUMMER SESSION
1952


$2,382


$ 79


DEGREE 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

B.S.B.A. 23 33 36 33


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