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Sfsac Survey 2011-2012

Sfsac Survey 2011-2012

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YourSFS Academic Councilpresents:
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URVEY
 2011-2012
 
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Introduction and overview:As a response to the BSFS External Review consultations past spring, the School of Foreign Service administration and leadership established the BSFS Review Committee, acommittee with dean, faculty, and student participation, with the mandate to reevaluate theoverall BSFS Experience, identify its strengths and weaknesses, suggest improvements andreinforce its overall strength as well as charm.Since the beginning of the Fall 2011 semester, this committee has been working hard,questioning core requirements, majors, certificates etc. Once it wraps up its work at the close of this semester, it will have a long list of suggestions and potential improvements, topics for discussion, and many recommendations. The SFS Academic Council felt it crucial to have themost adequate student input possible. The obvious solution was to survey the entire SFSundergraduate student body with a myriad of questions. Given the overwhelming response,especially with a lot of useful and detailed comments – spread over 210 pages of overall data, wenow have a clearer idea of what aspects of the BSFS Experience students particularly like – andwhere they would like to see the program change. You can find the answers on the following pages.This report seeks to summarize the students’ answers, integrate some of the most usefuland detailed comments, and complement them with tangible suggestions. Some of the opinionsand suggestions may be provocative. They are intended so. The Academic Council seeks tostimulate and fuel a constructive debate on the issues outlined below. We invite students, faculty,and deans to participate in the ensuing discussions. None of the suggestions are consideredultimate or definitive, yet it is our hope that they are taken seriously and given carefulconsideration.Throughout this semester, the SFS Academic Council intends to host town hall-stylemeetings, which everyone is very welcome and encouraged to attend and share their opinions at.Only that way can we formulate meaningful suggestions and carry the discussion to a fruitfullevel.Should you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns – or should you like to get involved, please do not hesitate to contact us atsfsac@georgetown.edu. Please email us for access to theraw survey data as well.Sincerely,Lucas StratmannPresident of the SFS Academic CouncilLeticia Ferreras & Joaquin Ormeño – Senior RepresentativesJonathan Askonas, Alexandra McCue & Hilary Wong – Junior RepresentativesDenis Peskov & Kyle Zhu – Sophomore RepresentativesSamuel Greco & Asjed Hussain – Freshman Representatives
 
 3Demographics:Survey Takers: 453 students overall
90.00%9.10%U.S.StudentsInternationalStudents41.60%57.70%MaleFemale36.40%24.10%19.20%20.30%Classof2015Classof2014Classof2013Classof2012

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