Course Seat Demand Projections for Spring 21

NOTES:
This course seat demand projection includes several measures which may be used together to determine the optimal number of seats to offer in a course for a given semester. The projected seat demand is based on historical course taking patterns plus a projection of the number of future students. It should be considered an estimate.
It should not be assumed that any single indicator is more accurate or important than another. Each measure should be examined and considered as appropriate.
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For the Projected Seat Demand below, the overall University headcount target is currently set to 5,140

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Spring 21 Course Seat Demand Projection for Natural Resources & Sci - Statistics
seatproj_CNRS_STAT_Spring report generated: 11-JUL-20


Course

Service
attributes


Majors requiring

Spring 18
Enrl

Spring 19
Enrl

Spring 20
Enrl

Recent
Repeats

Recent
Wait-Max

Bottlneck
Capacity


On_Rot

Spring 21
Capacity
Projected
Seat
Demand
Distinct
Majors
Planning
Degree
Planner
totals
STAT 108GE:B3CJS, CSCI, ECON, ESM, FOR, GEOL, KIUG, RADM, SOC, SW29818111016
NY
1071337
STAT 108IGE:B3CJS, CSCI, ECON, ESM, FOR, GEOL, KIUG, RADM, SOC, SW023193
NY
1445
STAT 109GE:B3BIOL, BOT, ESM, FISH, GEOL, OCN, RRS, WLDF, ZOOL134133136215NY
10812130
STAT 333
BIOL, ECON, WLDF322917

NY
18510
STAT 404

006

NY
622
STAT 410

1012


NN
12
STAT 504
WLDF008

NY
811
STAT 510

199


NN
9
STAT 630

119


NY
9
STAT 699

010

NN
1
STAT 8

023182
NY
1434