# Proposals for Revenue Share The following slides are a introduction to several models for revenue share from Summer Session to the academic departments.

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Proposals for Revenue Share The following slides are a introduction to several models for revenue share from Summer Session to the academic departments or divisions. Most have pros and cons, so need discussion. Other suggestions are welcome. Monica Parikh August 2013

Example Classes for Modeling Art 32 – Photography Biology 105 – Genetics Biology 100k – Biochemistry LAB Literature 190A – Los Angeles Math 11A – Calculus Music 80V – Beatles Philosophy 14 – Nihilism & Film (2units) Psychology 1

2012 CourseStudentsInstructor Salary TA, Reader/Grader, & Class Costs Total Cost Art 321362246006824 Bio 1059910,9835,2465,556.84 Bio 100k LAB608,5198,12116,640 Lit 190A128,3670 Math 11A323,3952,7066,101 Music 80V5613,8442,32616,467 Phil 14623,3951,9735,368 Psych 18412,8335,310.2218,143.22

Existing Incentive - \$5 per student-unit Art 32 – 13 students x 5 units x \$5 = 325 Bio 105 – 99 students x 5 units x \$5 = 2475 Bio 100k LAB – 60 students x 2 units x \$5 = 600 Lit 190A – 12 students x 5 units x \$5 = 300 Math 11A – 32 students x 5 units x \$5 = 800 Music 80V – 56 students x 5 units x \$5 = 1400 Phil 14 – 62 students x 2 units x \$5 = 620 Psych 1 – 84 students x 5 units x \$5 = 2100

Option 1 - \$10 per student-unit Art 32 – 13 students x 5 units x \$10 = 650 Bio 105 – 99 students x 5 units x \$10 = 4950 Bio 100k LAB – 60 students x 2 units x \$10 = 1200 Lit 190A – 12 students x 5 units x \$10 = 600 Math 11A – 32 students x 5 units x \$10 = 1600 Music 80V – 56 students x 5 units x \$10 = 2800 Phil 14 – 62 students x 2 units x \$10 = 1240 Psych 1 – 84 students x 5 units x \$10 = 4200

Option 2 – percent to division in proportion to percent of units With a revenue share of \$300,000*: Arts – 16% of units - \$48,000 Engineering – 9% of units - \$27,000 Humanities – 18% of units - \$54,000 PB Science – 18% of units - \$54,000 Soc Science – 37% of units - \$111,000 *Used for example - this amount could be changed. CON: Doesnt assess quality or capacity or needs.

Option 3 – percent to division in proportion to percent of enrollments With a revenue share of \$300,000*: Arts – 11% of enrollments - \$33,000 Engineering – 12% - \$36,000 Humanities – 12% - \$36,000 PB Science – 28% - \$84,000 Soc Science – 35% - \$105,000 *Used for example - this amount could be changed.

Option 4 – courses that exceed their allocation receive no revenue share \$11,227 allocated per course Thats the 2012 instructional budget divided by number of courses offered Each course is evaluated separately Course cost – \$11,227 – If positive, allocation exceeded. Not eligible for revenue share to department. – If negative, allocation unmet, revenue is shared. [35 of our 200+ courses from 2012 exceeded this allocation] [Almost half of those were labs]

Option 5 – departments who exceed allocation receive no revenue share \$11,227 allocated per course Thats the 2012 instructional budget divided by number of courses offered \$11,227 times number of classes Sum of departments course costs – allocation – If positive, revenue shared. – If negative (exceeded allocation), no revenue shared. [Only four departments from 2012 exceeded this allocation: AMS, BIOL, CHEM, and PHYS – our highest lab-offering departments]

Option 6 – revenue share commensurate with enrollment \$X allocated per student-credit-hour, at rate based on total enrollment Example: \$20 per student times units, for courses with large enrollments (i.e. 70+) \$15 per student times units, for courses with medium enrollments (i.e. 31-69) \$10 per student times units, for courses with small enrollments (i.e. 10-30)

Option 6 (using models) \$20 per student times units for large (i.e. 70+) \$15 per student times units for medium (i.e. 31-69) \$10 per student times units for small (i.e. 10-30) Art 32 – 13 students x 5 units x \$10 = 650 Bio 105 – 99 students x 5 units x \$20 = 9900 Bio 100k LAB – 60 students x 2 units x \$15 = 1800 Lit 190A – 12 students x 5 units x \$10 = 600 Math 11A – 32 students x 5 units x \$15 = 2400 Music 80V – 56 students x 5 units x \$15 = 4200 Phil 14 – 62 students x 2 units x \$16 = 1984 Psych 1 – 84 students x 5 units x \$20 = 8400

Option 7 – Zero Based Budgeted to cover all course expenses. Thats it. We launch the courses, cover all costs, then theres no revenue share returned to departments. All revenue to Central Campus.

Option 8 – Values Incentivized \$5 per student-unit flat rate Plus additional dollar figure (weighted) per value or goal of summer courses: – GSI teaching opportunity (+\$2) – Impacted during FWS (+\$2) – Not offered during FWS (+\$1) – Prerequisite of fall courses (+\$1) – Major requirement (+\$3) – Meets Gen Ed (+\$2)

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