## Monday, July 9, 2012

```(Notes from Prof. Marge Paterno)
In summary:
* Course credits (CC) for labs is 1.0 only (to be used for column 8 only)
while Teaching Load Credits (TLC) for labs is 1.5 (to be used for the
last column)
* CC is equal to TLC in the case of lectures, lect/discussion classes and
SP
* For the last column, apply the multipliers on the Teaching Load Credits
(TLC) rather than on Course Credits (CC).

*For column #8 for COURSE CREDITS (CC) without multipliers:
Lab: CC = 1.0
Lect (2hrs/wk): CC = 2.0
Lect/Discussion (3hrs/wk): CC = 3.0
CMSC 190 1 unit : CC = 1.0
CMSC 190 2 units: CC = 2.0

*For column #10 (last column) for TEACHING LOAD CREDITS with
MULTIPLIERS
(TLCM):

STEP 1: Determine TEACHING LOAD CREDITS w/o multipliers (TLC):
Lab: TLC = 1.5
Lect (2hrs/wk): TLC = 2.0
Lect/Discussion (3hrs/wk): TLC = 3.0
CMSC 190 1 unit : TLC = 1.0
CMSC 190 2 units: TLC = 2.0

STEP 2: Apply corresponding multiplier to TLC to obtain TLCM:

Lab class (any number of students):
TLCM = TLC (i.e., no multiplier)

Lect (2hrs/wk) or Lect/Discussion (3hrs/wk):
# of students <=40:  TLCM = TLC
# of students  >40:  TLCM = TLC*[(# of students - 40)/120 + 1]
[# of students >160:  TLCM = TLC*2.0]

For CMSC 190
TLCM = TLC*(# of students)*(0.5/3)

// Hence, for 190(1 unit) : TLCM = n/2 * 1/3, maximum of 3 units
//        for 190(2 units): TLCM = n/2 * 2/3, maximum of 3 units

For IT 1 Lecture only (if # of students >= 25)
multiply TLCM further by 1.33  // multiplier for GE lecture courses