Thanks to phoenixguy7 for his link to the stats, and thanks to mustang65sally for his link which unfortunately does not work. When I looked at the stats and the curriculum at UoPX links, they raised a question larger than the answers I received. Maybe it is my interpretation that is the issue. 86% of the student population is in the four areas below. Upon further examination of the various degrees in the areas below, to my surprise I found Certificates offered as well as degrees. Bkms909, you know UoPX well, and I do not. Perhaps you could tell me the percentages of UoPX students who are enrolled or complete the Certificate or Associate programs instead of the degree programs in the subcategories of each curriculum below.
The stats say that UoPX population is 36% Undergrad Business Management 21% Graduate Business and Management 16% Information Systems and Technology 13% General and Professional Studies
Under College of Undergraduate Business and Management what is this? It is not a degree. "Professional Certificate Programs in Human Resource Management, Operations and Supply Chain Management, Project Management, Purchasing Management, and Society for Human Resource Management"
Under College of Graduate Business and Management what is this? It is not a degree. "Professional Certificate Programs in e-Business, Global Management and Technology Management"
Under College of Information Systems and Technology what is this? (Rhetorical) I know these are things like Cisco Certified Network Administrator(?), and various job changer associations that have tests to certify a person knows various parts of computer technology software and hardware application(s). "Microsoft�, CompTIA, CIW and CCNA Certificate Preparation"
Under College of General and Professional Studies what is this? Junior college degree? "Associate of Arts in General Studies"