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 Professional Studies - Economics
seatproj_CPS_ECON_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
ECON 104GE:D2ESM72636441NY
491725
ECON 210
BA, ECON69556310
NY
42414
ECON 210L

127201
NY
10
ECON 305GE:UDDBA, ECON, INTL5243262
YY
271030
ECON 305D
BA, ECON3619111
NY
12310
ECON 308GE:UDDBA, ECON003011YN
3011
ECON 308D
BA, ECON00251
YN
25
ECON 309GE:UDDBA, ECON, EST106795838YY
53960
ECON 309D
BA, ECON6553373
NY
35647
ECON 310
BA, ECON2925155
NY
15523
ECON 310L

161291
NY
8415
ECON 323INS1BA, ECON, HIST746047

NY
401931
ECON 323D
BA, ECON141510

NY
1023
ECON 387

703
2NY
3
ECON 470S
BA, ECON016


NY
16210
ECON 480

006

NN
6
ECON 490
BA, ECON261118

NY
12318