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Initial reports to be generated from the Faculty D

Initial reports to be generated from the Faculty D

Fall 2000

Criteria for Reports to be generated from the Faculty Database

Last Updated on 11/6/00

Performance indicator 3B is on hold for this year.  The calculations,that have been previously used, are listed under 7).   

1)      IPEDSSalaries

 

a)      EmployeeStatus = Full Time

b)      PrimaryResponsibility = Instruction (01) & Unclassified Continuing Ed ProgramCoordinators (13)

c)      HomeCIP not = Medicine

d)      AnnualSalary not = 0

 

2)      CUPA/OklahomaReporting

 

a)      EmployeeStatus = Full Time

b)      PrimaryResponsibility = Instruction

c)      FacultyRank = Lecturer, Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, orProfessor

d)      AnnualSalary not = 0

 

3)  Performance Indicator 2A1, All headcount faculty who teach oneor more undergraduate credit courses and who meet the criteria for facultycredentials of SACS

 

a)      Undergraduatecourses from the course file are defined as follows

i)       CourseLevel = 1 (Remedial) and credit hours GT 0

ii)      CourseLevel = 2 (Lower Division) and credit hours GT 0

iii)    CourseLevel = 3 (Upper Division) and credit hours GT 0

iv)    CourseLevel = 4 (Senior/Graduate) and credit hours GT 0

b)      Numerator = Count of thosefaculty/staff

i)       thatteach Undergraduate Courses as defined in a)

AND

ii)      thosefaculty that are coded in the faculty record as meeting SACS criteria (fieldSACS_2A1 = 1) AND

iii)    excludethose faculty that are coded in the faculty record as Graduate teachingassistants (Rank = 6)

c)      Denominator = Count of thosefaculty/staff

i)       that teach Undergraduate Courses as definedin a)

AND

ii)      excludethose faculty that are coded in the faculty record as Graduate teachingassistants (Rank = 6)

 

 

4)  Performance Indicator 2A2-A, All headcount faculty teachingundergraduate courses who have terminal degrees as defined by SACS in theirprimary teaching area, or in the case of the technical college system, thosewho exceed minimum technical competence criteria

 

a)      UndergraduateCourses from the Course File

i)       CourseLevel = 1 (Remedial) and credit hours GT 0

ii)      CourseLevel = 2 (Lower Division) and credit hours GT 0

iii)    CourseLevel = 3 (Upper Division) and credit hours GT 0

iv)    CourseLevel = 4 (Senior/Graduate) and credit hours GT 0

b)      Numerator = Count of thosefaculty/staff

i)       thatteach Undergraduate Courses as defined in a)

AND

ii)      thosefaculty that are coded in the faculty record as having a Terminal degree (datafield SACS_2A2 = 1)

AND

iii)    excludethose faculty that are coded in the faculty record as Graduate teachingassistants (Rank = 6)

c)      Denominator = Count of thosefaculty/staff

i)       Thosefaculty/staff as defined in a)

AND

ii)      excludethose faculty that are coded in the faculty record as Graduate teachingassistants (Rank = 6)

d)      DetailedReport can be produced

 

 

5)      PerformanceIndicator 2A2-B, All Full-time faculty teaching undergraduate courses who haveterminal degrees as defined by SACS in their primary teaching area, or in thecase of the technical college system, those who exceed minimum technicalcompetence criteria

 

a)      UndergraduateCourses from the Course File

i)       CourseLevel = 1 (Remedial) and credit hours GT 0

ii)      CourseLevel = 2 (Lower Division) and credit hours GT 0

iii)    CourseLevel = 3 (Upper Division) and credit hours GT 0

iv)    CourseLevel = 4 (Senior/Graduate) and credit hours GT 0

b)      FullTime teaching faculty

i)       Datafield Emp_Status = 1, Full Time (from the Faculty file)

c)      Terminaldegree status/Minimum Technical Competence

i)       Datafield SACS_2A2 = 1, Has a terminal degree (from the Faculty File)

d)      FacultyRank = Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Instructor, orLecturer. At the Technical Colleges, individuals carry no rank. (from theFaculty file)

e)      PrimaryResponsibility = Instruction, Research, Public Service, Librarian (from theFaculty file)

f)      Numerator = Count of those faculty

i)       thatare coded in the faculty record as having a Terminal degree as defined in c)

AND

ii)    those faculty that teach Undergraduate Courses asdefined in a)

AND

iii)    thosefaculty that are coded in the faculty record as full time as defined in b)

AND

iv)    thosefaculty that are coded in the faculty record as having rank as defined in d)

AND

v)      thosefaculty that are coded in the faculty record with the primary responsibilityindicated in e)

AND

vi)    excludethose faculty that are coded in the faculty record as Graduate teachingassistants (Rank = 6)

g)      Denominator =Count of those faculty

i)       Facultymember teaches undergraduate courses as defined in a)

AND

ii)      Fulltime Faculty as defined in b)

AND

iii)    thosefaculty that are coded in the faculty record as having rank as defined in d)

AND

iv)    thosefaculty that are coded in the faculty record with the primary responsibilityindicated in e)

AND

v)      excludethose faculty that are coded in the faculty record as Graduate teachingassistants (Rank = 6)

h)     DetailedReport can be produced

6)  Performance Indicator 3A3, FTE Students to FTE TeachingFaculty

 

a)  Full-time Faculty

i)       Facultyreported in the course data file that teach at least three credit hours

(1)For each course,section that an individual teaches, the credit hours are calculated based onthe table below.If a course hasvariable credit, the maximum hours are used for this calculation.

 

 

Method of Instruction

Course Level

Credit Hours

1.

Lecture

 

Actual

2.

Laboratory/Clinical

 

Actual

3.

Seminar

 

Actual

4.

Independent Study

 

6 students = 3 credits

5.

Thesis

Undergraduate

3 students = 3 credits

 

 

Graduate

2 students = 3 credits

6.

Dissertation

 

2 students = 3 credits

7.

Practice Teaching

 

4 students = 3 credits

8.

Internship/Cooperatives

 

4 students = 3 credits

9.

Lecture/Lab-Clinical

 

Actual

10.

Private Instruction

 

Actual

11.

Field Studies

 

Actual

12.

Other

 

Institutionally Defined

13.

Practicum

Undergraduate

10 students = 3 credits

 

 

Graduate

4 students = 3 credits

14.

Studio/PE Courses

 

Actual

 

If methods of instruction 4, 5, 6,7, 8 or 13, (student enrollment / number of students per credit) * 3 = Credithours

(2)   Excludeany course/sections for Medicine and Dentistry

(a)    Courselevel of 6, First Professional, and enrollment type of 5, FirstProfessional-Medicine

(b)    Courselevel of 6, First Professional, and enrollment type of 6, FirstProfessional-Dentistry

(c)    Ifthere are any other enrollment types in these first professional courses, theyare counted toward the individual's teaching load.

(3)   Thecalculation is Credit hours * Instructor Load Percentage

(4)   Addthe Credit Hours from (3) to a total for the individual

ii)      EmployeeStatus = Full Time (from the Faculty file)

iii)    FacultyRank = Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Instructor, orLecturer. At the Technical Colleges, individuals carry no rank. (from theFaculty file)

iv)    PrimaryResponsibility = Instruction, Research, Public Service, Librarian (from the Facultyfile)

v)      TotalFull Time Faculty = count of individuals that meet i) and ii) and iii) and iv).


b)     Part-timeFTE

 

i)       Allremaining individuals reported in the course data file for fall that teachcredit courses ifthey haven't beenidentified as full time faculty

(1)   Foreach course/section taught

(a)    Facultypaid on credit hour basis, formula is as follows

(i) For each course, section that an individual teaches, thecredit hours are calculated based on the table below.If a course has variable credit, the maximum hours are used forthis calculation.

 

 

Method of Instruction

Course Level

Credit Hours

1.

Lecture

 

Actual

2.

Laboratory/Clinical

 

Actual

3.

Seminar

 

Actual

4.

Independent Study

 

6 students = 3 credits

5.

Thesis

Undergraduate

3 students = 3 credits

 

 

Graduate

2 students = 3 credits

6.

Dissertation

 

2 students = 3 credits

7.

Practice Teaching

 

4 students = 3 credits

8.

Internship/Cooperatives

 

4 students = 3 credits

9.

Lecture/Lab-Clinical

 

Actual

10.

Private Instruction

 

Actual

11.

Field Studies

 

Actual

12.

Other

 

Institutionally Defined

13.

Practicum

Undergraduate

10 students = 3 credits

 

 

Graduate

4 students = 3 credits

14.

Studio/PE Courses

 

Actual

 

If methods of instruction 4, 5, 6,7, 8 or 13, (student enrollment / number of students per credit) * 3 = Credithours

(ii)   Excludeany course/sections for Medicine and Dentistry

1.      Courselevel of 6, First Professional, and enrollment type of 5, FirstProfessional-Medicine

2.      Courselevel of 6, First Professional, and enrollment type of 6, FirstProfessional-Dentistry

3.      Ifthere are any other enrollment types in these first professional courses, theyare counted toward the individual's teaching load.

(iii)  Credithours for each section * Instructor Load Percentage * Conversion factor =Calculated FTE for each section for an individual.

(iv)  Add theCalculated FTE for each section to a total for the individual.

(b)    ConversionFactors

 

Sector

Based on Average

Factor

I.

Research Sector

10 Hour Load

.1

II.

Teaching Sector

12 Hour Load

.083

III.

Regional Campuses

12 Hour Load

.083

IV.

Technical Colleges

15 Hour Load

.067

 

(2)   Addthe calculated FTE for the individual from iv) to a total for the institution.

c)      Thedenominator of FTE faculty is defined as the sum ofthe full-time faculty a) plus the part-time FTE b).

d)      Thenumerator of FTE students is calculated from the credit hours generated by theenrollment in the courses.

i)       Thefollowing details the logic used in categorizing credit hours for the FTEcalculation (not used for Medicine and Dentistry)

 

 

Course Level

 

Enrollment Type

Program Code

Counted As

1

Remedial

 

 

 

Remedial

2

Lower Division

 

 

 

Lower Division

3

Upper Division

 

 

 

Upper Division

4

Senior/Graduate

1

Lower Division

 

Lower Division

 

 

2

Upper Division

 

Upper Division

 

 

3

Graduate I

 

Graduate I

 

 

4

Graduate II

 

Graduate II

 

 

5

First Prof-Medicine

 

Graduate I

 

 

6

First Prof-Dentistry

 

Graduate I

 

 

7

First Prof-Law

 

Graduate I

 

 

8

First Prof-Pharmacy

 

Graduate I

5

Graduate

1

Lower Division

 

Lower Division

 

 

2

Upper Division

 

Upper Division

 

 

3

Graduate I

 

Graduate I

 

 

4

Graduate II

 

Graduate II

 

 

5

First Prof-Medicine

 

Graduate I

 

 

6

First Prof-Dentistry

 

Graduate I

 

 

7

First Prof-Law

 

Graduate I

 

 

8

First Prof-Pharmacy

 

Graduate I

6

First Professional

7

First Prof-Law

GE 220100 and LE 220199

First Prof-Law

 

 

7

First Prof-Law

Other

Upper Division

 

 

8

First Prof-Pharm

GE 512000 and LE 512099

First Prof-Pharm

 

 

8

First Prof-Pharm

Other

Upper Division

 

 

ii)      Thetable below shows the divisors for the credit hours to calculate the FTEstudents

 

Total Hours

Divided by

= FTE

Undergraduate

15

Undergraduate

Remedial

 

 

Lower Division

 

 

Upper Division

 

 

Graduate I

12

Graduate I

Graduate II

9

Graduate II

First Professional Pharmacy

15

First Professional Pharmacy

First Professional Law

14

First Professional Law

iii)    TheFTE students calculated for Medicine and Dentistry are excluded.


1)      PerformanceFunding 3B, Credit hours taught by full-time teaching faculty

 

a)  Full-time Faculty

i)       Facultyreported in the course data file that teach at least three credit hours basedon the definition and calculations below

(1)For each course,section that an individual teaches, the credit hours are calculated based onthe table below.If a course hasvariable credit, the maximum hours are used for this calculation.

 

 

Method of Instruction

Course Level

Credit Hours

1.

Lecture

 

Actual

2.

Laboratory/Clinical

 

Actual

3.

Seminar

 

Actual

4.

Independent Study

 

6 students = 3 credits

5.

Thesis

Undergraduate

3 students = 3 credits

 

 

Graduate

2 students = 3 credits

6.

Dissertation

 

2 students = 3 credits

7.

Practice Teaching

 

4 students = 3 credits

8.

Internship/Cooperatives

 

4 students = 3 credits

9.

Lecture/Lab-Clinical

 

Actual

10.

Private Instruction

 

Actual

11.

Field Studies

 

Actual

12.

Other

 

Institutionally Defined

13.

Practicum

Undergraduate

10 students = 3 credits

 

 

Graduate

4 students = 3 credits

14.

Studio/PE Courses

 

Actual

 

If methods of instruction 4, 5, 6,7, 8 or 13, (student enrollment / number of students per credit) * 3 = Credithours

(3)   Thecalculation is Credit hours * Instructor Load Percentage

(4)   Addthe Credit Hours from (3) to a total for the individual

ii)      EmployeeStatus = Full Time (from the Faculty file)

iii)    FacultyRank = Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Instructor, orLecturer. At the Technical Colleges, individuals carry no rank. (from theFaculty file)

iv)    PrimaryResponsibility = Instruction, Research, Public Service, Librarian (from the Facultyfile)

v)      Countof faculty – the results of (4) are greater than or equal to 3 credit hours andthe results of ii) and iii) and iv) are met.

b)      Foreach of those faculty identified above the following definition is used tocalculate the credit hours produced by the faculty members

i)       Foreach course, section that an individual teaches, and the faculty is paid oncontact hour basis (Technical Colleges Only), formula is as follows

Contact hours of course * .75

ii)   For each course, section that an individual teaches, and thefaculty is paid on credit hour basis, the actual credit hours of the sectionare used in the calculation.

iv)    Thecalculation is Credit hours for each enrollment type( or converted contacthours) * Enrollment * Instructor Load Percentage = Credit Hours Produced

v)      Addthe Credit Hours produced from each section to a total for the individual.

 

c)      Numerator-TotalCredit hours produced by faculty as defined in b)

d)      Denominator-Countof the Faculty that were used to produce the credit hours as defined in a)

 

 

2)     PerformanceFunding 3C, Number of full-time faculty as a percent of total number offull-time employees

b)      Usingthe faculty file, extract a count of the individuals

ii)      EmployeeStatus = Full Time

iii)    PrimaryResponsibility = Instruction, Research, Public Service, Librarian

iv)    RestrictedFunds = 0 for Technical College Sector only

c)      Numerator-Countextracted in a)

d)      Denominator-Fromthe IPEDS Fall Staff report, report the total from Line 72, Grand Total allFull time employees.Technical CollegeSector will include only those staff with restricted funds = 0

 

3)  Performance Indicator 8C4, Number of All headcount faculty/staffthat teach one or more credit courses andare other race.

 

a)      Numerator = Count of thosefaculty/staff

i)       thatteach one or more courses that carry credit

AND

ii)      thosefaculty that are coded in the faculty record as having a racial code of 2through 5

AND

iii)    excludethose faculty that are coded in the faculty record as Graduate teachingassistants (Rank = 6)

b)      Denominator = Count of thosefaculty/staff

i)       that teach one or more courses that carrycredit

AND

ii)      excludethose faculty that are coded in the faculty record as Graduate teachingassistants (Rank = 6)

 

 

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