Organized Classes Offered By Discipline and Level - FY 2002

Factbook
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 2001   SPRING 2002   SUMMER I & II 2002   FY 02
    Lower Upper Grad Total   Lower Upper Grad Total   Lower Upper Grad Total   Total
ANIMAL SCIENCE   10 10 5 25   11 15 4 30   0 3 3 6   61
Agr. Business   1     1     2   2         0   3
Animal Science   9 10 5 24   11 13 4 28     3 3 6   58
 
NAT RES MAN   4 4 2 10   1 4 4 9   1 2 1 4   23
 
AGRIC & NAT RES TOTAL   14 14 7 35   12 19 8 39   1 5 4 10   84
 
BEHAV & SOC SCIENCES   35 10 7 52   28 18 8 54   10 5 3 18   124
Anthropology   1     1   1     1         0   2
Geography   3     3   2     2   1     1   6
History   11 4 2 17   8 4 2 14   4 2   6   37
Mex Am Studies   1 1   2     3   3         0   5
Philosophy   1     1   1     1         0   2
Political Science   8 1 3 12   5 2 4 11   1   3 4   27
Psychology   9 2 2 13   9 7 2 18   3 3   6   37
Sociology   1 2   3   2 2   4   1     1   8
 
BIOLOGY   9 5 3 17   8 6 2 16   2 2 2 6   39
 
FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION   28 13 0 41   24 21 1 46   7 8 2 17   104
Art   7 4   11   4 7 1 12     2 1 3   26
Communication   10 4   14   10 5   15   2 3   5   34
Fine Arts   3     3   6     6   3     3   12
Music   4 1   5   3 3   6     1   1   12
Theater   4 4   8   1 6   7   2 2 1 5   20
 
EARTH & PHYSICAL SCIENCES   9 4 3 16   9 8 2 19   3 1 0 4   39
Astronomy   1     1   1     1         0   2
Chemistry   4 2   6   3 3   6   2     2   14
Geology   4 2 3 9   5 5 2 12   1 1   2   23
 
LANGUAGES & LITERATURE   29 14 2 45   25 16 2 43   6 5 3 14   102
BSL         0         0         0   0
English   24 11 2 37   22 12 2 36   4 3 3 10   83
French   1     1   1     1         0   2
Spanish   2 3   5   2 3   5   2 2   4   14
WS   2     2     1   1         0   3
 
CS & MATHEMATICS   34 6 0 40   24 7 0 31   5 2 0 7   78
Computer Science   9 3   12   3 4   7   1 1   2   21
Mathematics   23 3   26   20 3   23   4 1   5   54
Physics   2     2   1     1         0   3
 
ARTS & SCIENCES TOTAL   144 52 15 211   118 76 15 209   33 23 10 66   486
 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION   14 11 5 30   11 13 6 30   1 8 4 13   73
Accounting   4 3 1 8   2 3   5     2   2   15
Economics   2 1   3   3   1 4       3 3   10
Finance     1   1     1 1 2     1   1   4
GBA   1 1 2 4   2 5 2 9     1   1   14
Management     2 2 4     1   1     1 1 2   7
Marketing     2   2     2 2 4     2   2   8
OFS   7 1   8   4 1   5   1 1   2   15
 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE   5 6 3 14   3 6 3 12     5 2 7   33
 
EDUCATION   5 15 28 48   2 13 25 40   1 5 37 43   131
 
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY   4 1   5   3 2   5   1 1   2   12
 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION   9 7 2 18   8 9 3 20   6 7 7 20   58
Physical Education   9 7 2 18   8 9 3 20   6 6 4 16   54
Safety Education                         1 3 4   4
 
VOCATIONAL NURSING   5     5   8     8   3     3   16
 
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES TOTAL   42 40 38 120   35 43 37 115   12 26 50 88   323
 
ALPINE CAMPUS TOTAL   200 106 60 366   165 138 60 363   46 54 64 164   893
Source: CB004
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Factbook
Sul Ross State University

Organized Classes Offered - FY 2002
By Discipline And Level

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 2001   SPRING 2002   SUMMER I & II 2002   FY 02
    Lower Upper Grad Total   Lower Upper Grad Total   Lower Upper Grad Total   Total
ANIMAL SCIENCE   10 10 5 25   11 15 4 30   0 3 3 6   61
Agr. Business   1     1     2   2         0   3
Animal Science   9 10 5 24   11 13 4 28     3 3 6   58
 
NAT RES MAN   4 4 2 10   1 4 4 9   1 2 1 4   23
 
AGRIC & NAT RES TOTAL   14 14 7 35   12 19 8 39   1 5 4 10   84
 
BEHAV & SOC SCIENCES   35 10 7 52   28 18 8 54   10 5 3 18   124
Anthropology   1     1   1     1         0   2
Geography   3     3   2     2   1     1   6
History   11 4 2 17   8 4 2 14   4 2   6   37
Mex Am Studies   1 1   2     3   3         0   5
Philosophy   1     1   1     1         0   2
Political Science   8 1 3 12   5 2 4 11   1   3 4   27
Psychology   9 2 2 13   9 7 2 18   3 3   6   37
Sociology   1 2   3   2 2   4   1     1   8
 
BIOLOGY   9 5 3 17   8 6 2 16   2 2 2 6   39
 
FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION   28 13 0 41   24 21 1 46   7 8 2 17   104
Art   7 4   11   4 7 1 12     2 1 3   26
Communication   10 4   14   10 5   15   2 3   5   34
Fine Arts   3     3   6     6   3     3   12
Music   4 1   5   3 3   6     1   1   12
Theater   4 4   8   1 6   7   2 2 1 5   20
 
EARTH & PHYSICAL SCIENCES   9 4 3 16   9 8 2 19   3 1 0 4   39
Astronomy   1     1   1     1         0   2
Chemistry   4 2   6   3 3   6   2     2   14
Geology   4 2 3 9   5 5 2 12   1 1   2   23
 
LANGUAGES & LITERATURE   29 14 2 45   25 16 2 43   6 5 3 14   102
BSL         0         0         0   0
English   24 11 2 37   22 12 2 36   4 3 3 10   83
French   1     1   1     1         0   2
Spanish   2 3   5   2 3   5   2 2   4   14
WS   2     2     1   1         0   3
 
CS & MATHEMATICS   34 6 0 40   24 7 0 31   5 2 0 7   78
Computer Science   9 3   12   3 4   7   1 1   2   21
Mathematics   23 3   26   20 3   23   4 1   5   54
Physics   2     2   1     1         0   3
 
ARTS & SCIENCES TOTAL   144 52 15 211   118 76 15 209   33 23 10 66   486
 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION   14 11 5 30   11 13 6 30   1 8 4 13   73
Accounting   4 3 1 8   2 3   5     2   2   15
Economics   2 1   3   3   1 4       3 3   10
Finance     1   1     1 1 2     1   1   4
GBA   1 1 2 4   2 5 2 9     1   1   14
Management     2 2 4     1   1     1 1 2   7
Marketing     2   2     2 2 4     2   2   8
OFS   7 1   8   4 1   5   1 1   2   15
 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE   5 6 3 14   3 6 3 12     5 2 7   33
 
EDUCATION   5 15 28 48   2 13 25 40   1 5 37 43   131
 
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY   4 1   5   3 2   5   1 1   2   12
 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION   9 7 2 18   8 9 3 20   6 7 7 20   58
Physical Education   9 7 2 18   8 9 3 20   6 6 4 16   54
Safety Education                         1 3 4   4
 
VOCATIONAL NURSING   5     5   8     8   3     3   16
 
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES TOTAL   42 40 38 120   35 43 37 115   12 26 50 88   323
 
ALPINE CAMPUS TOTAL   200 106 60 366   165 138 60 363   46 54 64 164   893
Source: CB004
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