OUS Fact Book 2000
Instructional
Workload

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Instructional Workload and Student Enrollment
Fall 2000


  EOU OIT OSU PSU SOU UO  WOU Total

Instructional FTE
   Ranked faculty1 92.3 120.6 664.7 529.0 220.2 671.8 176.3 2,474.9
   All faculty2 97.6 124.1 781.5 602.5 239.2 869.7 195.2 2,909.8
Instructor
course credits3
   Ranked faculty 1,065 1,650 7,475 6,002 2,464 5,667 2,317 26,640
   All faculty 1,323 1,830 9,470 7,952 2,732 9,587 2,520 35,414
Average instructor
course credits4
   Ranked faculty 11.5 13.7 11.2 11.3 11.2 8.4 13.1 10.8
   All faculty 13.6 14.7 12.1 13.2 11.4 11.0 12.9 12.2
Student FTE enrollment5
   Ranked faculty courses 1,799 2,036 12,974 9,885 3,862 12,300 3,797 46,654
   All instructors' courses 2,121 2,151 15,896 12,837 4,177 16,704 4,100 57,986
Student FTE enrollment per
instructional FTE:
   Ranked faculty 19.5 16.9 19.5 18.7 17.5 18.3 21.5 18.9
   All faculty 21.7 17.3 20.3 21.3 17.5 19.2 21.0 19.9

NOTE: This table excludes student FTE that cannot be matched to the file of instructors.
1Ranked faculty includes professors, associate professors, assistant professors, senior instructors, instructors, and lecturers who taught credit courses in Fall 2000.
2All faculty includes ranked faculty plus any other staff members, such as graduate assistants or adjunct instructors, who taught credit courses.
3 "Instructor course credits" refers to the credit hour value of courses taught, including independent study courses. For example, a four-credit course equals four instructor credits.
4Average instructor course credit = instructor course credit divided by instructional FTE.
5Student FTE enrollment = student credit hours in both regular and extended programs divided by 15 for undergraduates, by 12 for master's and first professional degree students, and by 9 for doctoral students.
Source: OUS Institutional Research Services, report FACLOAD00, Fall 2000.

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Revised: March 2001
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