Enrollment in MSU-IIT for the first semester of the school year 2013-2014 increased by 4.7% according to figures released by the Office of the Registrar.
A total of 13,223 students are enrolled in MSU-IIT this semester, up by 593 from the 12,630 enrollees in the first semester of the previous school year.
“The increase is expected” according to Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Dr. Edgar W. Ignacio because new Graduate Programs were opened at the College of Education and the undergraduate course in Mining Engineering offered by the College of Engineering.
Only the College of Engineering (COE), College of Science & Mathematics (CSM), and the School of Computer Studies (SCS) posted an increase of 1% in enrollees.
Enrollment in the School of Engineering Technology (SET), College of Business Administration & Accountancy (CBAA), and the College of Nursing (CON) dropped by 1%.
The College of Education (CED) remained to have the highest number of enrollees at 2,344 or 18% of the total number of students enrolled in MSU-IIT this semester.
The College of Arts & Social Sciences (CASS) remained second with 2,067 students (16%), while the COE stayed at 3rd with 2,010 students (15%).
This is the first time that the enrollment figures broke the 13,000 mark. (CGO/OC-OPI)
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