TABLE 2-13

COMPARISON OF ON-CAMPUS CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION BY
DEPARTMENT, SUMMER SESSION, 1994 THROUGH 1996

DEPARTMENT

1994

1995

1996

College of Arts & Letters

School of Art & Art History

378

317

618

English

898

1,169

1,315

Foreign Lang. & Literatures

648

813

575

History

1,447

1,582

1,801

School of Media Arts & Design

333

450

328

School of Music

111

101

169

Philosophy & Religion

945

1,059

825

Political Science

522

405

460

Sociology & Anthropology

773

605

755

School of Speech Communication

876

942

841

School of Theatre & Dance

28

39

24

COLLEGE TOTAL

6,959

7,482

7,711

College of Business

School of Accounting

420

442

503

Center for Fashion Merchandising

128

-

-

Economics

486

482

549

Finance & Business Law

441

642

900

Info. & Decision Sciences

754

788

1,014

Management

897

786

828

Marketing & Hospitality Mgt.

693

456

537

International Business

3

0

3

COLLEGE TOTAL

3,822

3,596

4,334

College of Education & Psychology

School of Education

2,028

2,101

1,762

Individualized Study

58

40

12

Kinesiology

434

499

692

Military Science

0

11

2

Psychology

2,104

2,079

2,033

COLLEGE TOTAL

4,624

4,730

4,501

College of Science & Mathematics

Biology

1,058

1,029

1,174

Chemistry

794

799

792

Geology & Environmental Studies

766

1,113

759

Mathematics

922

1,014

1,047

Physics

390

280

305

University Math & Science

0

0

24

COLLEGE TOTAL

3,930

4,235

4,101

College of Integrated Science & Technology

Center for Geographic Info. Science

94

132

130

Communication Sciences & Disorders

292

267

360

Computer Science

84

154

220

Health Sciences

518

701

1,167

Integrated Science & Technology

0

0

6

Nursing

135

117

193

Social Work

123

84

84

COLLEGE TOTAL

1,246

1,455

2,160

Honors

0

9

0

International Liberal Studies

24

18

18

Liberal Studies

57

9

0

GRAND TOTAL

20,662

21,534

22,825

NOTE:

According to department irrespective of department membership of instructor. Interdisciplinary courses within and across colleges are shown in italics. Due to a new source of information, data beginning with 1995 includes special student credit hours.

SOURCE:

Internal Statistical Report 1994, Summer 1995 and 1996 Course Enrollment Data Files.

 

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