Organized Classes Offered By Discipline and Level - FY 2000

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Sul Ross State University

Organized Courses are defined as those with type of instruction = Lecture or Seminar (Lab, Individual Instruction, Private Lesson, PE activity courses, and Thesis are excluded.) Midwinter courses are included with the data for Spring.

 
    FALL 1999   SPRING 2000   SUMMER I & II 2000   FY 00
    Lower Upper Grad Total   Lower Upper Grad Total   Lower Upper Grad Total   Total
ANIMAL SCIENCE             7 11 4 22   0 5 4 9   31
Agr. Business               1   1         0   1
Animal Science             7 10 4 21     5 4 9   30
 
NAT RES MAN             2 5 6 13     3 6 9   22
 
AGRIC & NAT RES TOTAL             9 16 10 35   0 8 10 18   53
 
BEHAV & SOC SCIENCES   30 6 7 43   23 15 8 46   9 9 5 23   112
Anthropology   1     1         0     1   1   2
Geography   4     4   2     2   1     1   7
History   8 2 1 11   8 5 1 14   3 4   7   32
Mex Am Studies               1   1         0   1
Philosophy   1     1   1     1         0   2
Political Science   4 3 3 10   5 2 4 11   2 1 5 8   29
Psychology   10 1 3 14   6 6 3 15   2 3   5   34
Sociology   2     2   1 1   2   1     1   5
 
BIOLOGY   7 4 4 15   8 5 4 17   3 2 11 16   48
 
FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION   14 11 0 25   16 16 0 32   9 24 5 38   95
Art   1 3   4   1 6   7   1 6 4 11   22
Communication   8 3   11   9 3   12   1 10   11   34
Fine Arts   3     3   3     3   3     3   9
Music   1 2   3   2 3   5   3 4   7   15
Theater   1 3   4   1 4   5   1 4 1 6   15
 
EARTH & PHYSICAL SCIENCES   9 4 4 17   6 6 2 14   8 3 2 13   44
Chemistry   4 3   7   3 3   6   4 2   6   19
Geology   5 1 4 10   3 2 2 7   4 1 2 7   24
Physical Science         0     1   1         0   1
 
LANGUAGES & LITERATURE   30 13 2 45   27 11 2 40   7 8 4 19   104
BSL     2   2     1   1     1   1   4
English   25 8 2 35   23 8 2 33   5 3 4 12   80
French   1     1   1     1         0   2
Spanish   3 3   6   3 2   5   2 3   5   16
WS   1     1         0     1   1   2
 
CS & MATHEMATICS   33 4 0 37   33 7 0 40   13 3 3 19   96
Computer Science   7 2   9   8 3   11   5 1   6   26
Mathematics   24 2   26   23 4   27   8 2 3 13   66
Physics   2     2   2     2         0   4
 
ARTS & SCIENCES TOTAL   123 42 17 182   113 60 16 189   49 49 30 128   499
 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION   9 10 5 24   9 11 4 24   1 9 4 14   62
Accounting   2 3 1 6   2 3   5   1 1   2   13
Economics   2 1 1 4   3     3     1 3 4   11
Finance     1 1 2       1 1     1   1   4
GBA   1     1   2 5 2 9     1   1   11
Management     1 2 3     1   1     1 1 2   6
Marketing     3   3     1 1 2     2   2   7
OFS   4 1   5   2 1   3     2   2   10
 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE   10 4 4 18   6 7 4 17     4 4 8   43
 
EDUCATION   6 14 25 45   5 16 26 47   2 4 40 46   138
 
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY   7 2 1 10   4 5   9   4 3   7   26
 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION   4 8 2 14   10 8 2 20   9 8 7 24   58
Physical Education   4 8 2 14   10 8 2 20   9 5 4 18   52
Safety Education                         3 3 6   6
 
VOCATIONAL NURSING   2     2   5     5   4     4   11
 
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES TOTAL   38 38 37 113   39 47 36 122   20 28 55 103   338
 
RANGE ANIMAL SCIENCE   10 13 4 27                       27
 
ALPINE CAMPUS TOTAL   171 93 58 322   161 123 62 346   69 85 95 249   890
Source: CB004
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