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Delaware Study

The National Study of Instructional Costs & Productivity

The Delaware National Study of Instructional Costs and Productivity is a tool for comparative analysis of faculty teaching loads, direct cost of instruction, and externally funded research and service productivity, all at the level of the academic discipline. Study data should be viewed over time, not just in a single year, as sabbatical and other leave can impact both teaching loads and costs during the course of an academic year. The results of the 2012 Delaware Study are provided below (results based on 2011-2012 data). The comparison tables present the University of West Georgia's institutional data alongside normative data from all participating institutions in our Carnegie classification. Data for academic year 2012-2013 will be submitted in January 2014. Results will be available September 2014.

2012 Study (Based on AY 2011-2012 Data)

Comparison Tables of the University of West Georgia to National Norms (pdf)

List of Participating 2012 Masters' Comprehensive Institutions (pdf)

Institution Level Results

Student Credit Hours and Organized Class Sections by Faculty Category Within Course Level, 2012 Study (Fall 2011 data) (Excel file) 

Percent Student Credit Hours and Organized Class Sections by Course Level Within Faculty Category, 2012 Study (Fall 2011 data) (Excel file)

Student Credit Hours, Organized Class Sections by Course Level Within Faculty Category, 2012 Study (Fall 2011 data) (Excel file)

Institutional Unit Costs, Research and Public Service Expenditures, 2012 Study (FY2011-2012 data) (Excel file)

 

Prior Delware Study Results
   
Delaware Study Tables 2005-2010

 

For more information on the Delaware Study, including information about the methodology of the study and how the study results should be utilized, please visit www.udel.edu/IR/cost/