The transformer that provides electricity to the AMS building in Providence went down on Sunday, April 22. The restoration of our email, website, AMS Bookstore and other systems is almost complete. We are currently running on a generator but overnight a new transformer should be hooked up and (fingers crossed) we should be fine by 8:00 (EDT) Wednesday morning. This issue has affected selected phones, which should be repaired by the end of today. No email was lost, although the accumulated messages are only just now being delivered so you should expect some delay.

Thanks for your patience.

Course Enrollments & Degrees Awarded

Presented here are the reports and summary data based on the information provided by these departments, as reported to the Annual Survey.

- Read the current
**Fall 2015 Departmental Profile Report**which contains information on course enrollments, faculty, graduate students, and masters and bachelors degrees awarded.

- Excerpts from the current report with tables:

Browse the tables and figures for current data on course enrollments:

Browse the tables and figures for current data on degrees awarded:

**These forms MUST be saved before you send them electronically.** When necessary, please select the appropriate form based on the highest degree offered by your department.

- Bookmarks identify content so you can quickly navigate through content to a specific section of the report.
- Tables at the end of this PDFs can be converted to Excel files using a free online PDF to Excel converter. Please email us, if you need help finding a PDF converter.

The questionnaire on which this report is based, 'Departmental Profile,' is sent to all Doctoral, Masters and Bachelors departments in the US.

Response rates vary substantially across the different department groups. For most of the data collected on the Departmental Profile form, the year-to-year changes in a given department?s data are small when compared to the variations among the departments within a given group. As a result of this, the most recent prior year?s response is used (imputed) if deemed suitable. After the inclusion of prior responses, standard adjustments for the remaining nonresponse are then made to arrive at the estimates reported for the entire groups.

Standard errors were calculated for some of the key estimates for the Doctoral Math Group (Math Public, Math Private, and Applied Math), Masters Group and Bachelors, and Statistics and Biostatistics Groups. Standard errors are calculated using the variability in the data and can be used to measure how close our estimate is to the true value for the population. As an example, the number of full-time faculty in the Masters Group is estimated at 4,483 with a standard error of 139. This means the actual number of full-time faculty in the Masters Group is most likely between 4,483 plus or minus two standard errors, or between 4,205 and 4,761. This is much more informative than simply giving the estimate of 4,483.

Estimates are also given for parameters that are totals from all groups, such as the total number of full-time faculty. For example, an estimate of the total number of full-time faculty in all groups except Statistics and Biostatistics combined is 22,518, with a standard error of 268.

Colleen RoseSurvey Analyst Telephone: (401) 455-4124 or 1-800-455-321-4267, ext. 4124 |
Kayla RoachSurvey Assistant Telephone: (401) 455-4189 or 1-800-455-321-4267, ext. 4189 |
Tom BarrSpecial Projects Officer Telephone: (401) 455-4101 or 1-800-455-321-4267, ext. 4101 |

Mailing address: American Mathematical Society, Professional Programs Department, 201 Charles Street, Providence RI 02904-2213.