College Profile

The College of Education and Human Development at Western Michigan University has a diverse student population as evidenced by the following statistical information.

Enrollment information (fall 2022)

  • Number of degree-seeking students (total): 2,248
  • Number of undergraduate students (total): 1,366
  • Number of graduate students (total): 861
    Certificate level: 25
    Master's level: 610
    Specialist level: 11
    Doctoral level: 215
  • Number of non-degree seeking students (total): 21

Student profile (fall 2022)

Origin

  • Number of states represented: 39

  • Number of countries represented:35

Residency

  • In-state: 82.2%
  • Out-of-state: 17.8% (14.5% out-of-state domestic students)
  • International: 3.5%

Gender

  • Male: 28.5%
  • Female: 71.5%

Race or ethnicity

  • American Indian or Alaska Native: 0.6%
  • Asian: 1.8%
  • Black or African American: 11.4%
  • Hispanic: 7.7%
  • International: 3.5%
  • Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander: 0.1%
  • No response: 1.2%
  • Two or more races: 3.5%
  • White: 70.2%

Academic information

Programs offered (Fall 2022 catalog)

  • Bachelors programs: 19
  • Certificate programs: 16
  • Specialist programs: 1
  • Masters programs: 36
  • Doctoral programs: 10

Degree conferred (2021-22 fiscal year)

  • Bachelor's programs: 457
  • Certificate programs: 22
  • Master's programs: 297
  • Specialist programs: 2
  • Doctoral programs: 33

Faculty (SUMMER 2022)

  • Tenured: 62
  • Tenure-track: 20
  • Term: 9