Managing Faculty Compensation and Workload

Bemidji State University is one of seven Minnesota State universities, a system that handles a headcount of nearly 70,000 students. This single campus has a headcount of 5,000 with a full time equivalent count of 4,000; the online program in business administration generates approximately 1,400 credits per semester. Handling this kind of demand for capacity requires tight control over quality and resources, which demands an understanding of faculty compensation and workload.

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