Workload

From below we see the following manpower requirements:

Year Man Hours % FTE+
1 1179 3/4 FTE
2 772 1/2 FTE
3 800 1/2 FTE
4 592 1/3 FTE

+ Assuming 9 month load

Software Engineering Degree Completion Program
Faculty Workload Estimates for Introducing Program starting Fall 2014
Assumptions
Non-traditional CS courses, when taught in-load, are one-for-one credit loaded
Course development is done out of load.
CS faculty will develop courses, and teach the first time.
Use Current faculty to develop and teach each course first time.

20 New Course per hour

10 Convert Existing per hour

4 Hours work total for each hour in class





Develop Teach
# Weeks Contact
/Week
Credits Courses Bob Jim Math Bob Jim Math Adjunct
1 6 4 3 CSC10x3 Computer Science A 60

96


2 6 4 3 MAT1053 Elementary Discrete Math

60

96
3 6 4 3 CSC20x3 Computer Science B 60

96


4 6 4 3 CSC20x3 Computer Science C 60

96


5 6 4 3 CSC2033 Data Structures 30

96


6 6 4 3 CSC3013 Computer Networks and Telecommunications
30

96

7 6 4 3 CSC3033 Database Management
30

96

8 6 4 3 CSC30x3 Web Programming 60

96


9 8 4 4 CSC3004 Software Development
40

128

10 8 4 4 CSC3024 Software and Systems Engineering
40

128


8 1 1 CSC4081 Computer Applications Practicum
20

32

11 6 4 3 CSC3054 Computer Organization and Architecture
30

96

12 6 4 3 CSC4003 Computer Information Security
30

96


6 1 1 CSC4081 Computer Applications Practicum



24

13 6 4 3 CSC3083 Technology and Society


96



6 1 1 CSC4081 Computer Applications Practicum



24

Total 82
44
270 220 60 576 720 96




























Totals Year 1 Year 2 Total







Bob 594 252 846







Jim 252 688 940







Math 156 0 156







Total 1002 940 1942



















Year 3 672









Year 4 720





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