Courses or Sections of Courses with the Number of Students Enrolled Above 50
|Arizona||These two courses are being offered via the Virtual Education program and are not on campus courses but are taught over the Internet|
|Buffalo||Required, basic core course, LIS 505, which must be taken by all new students in the first semester|
|California Los Angeles||This is a core course that all entering students must take. This course is being taught as a lecture that meets one day a week for three hours|
|Florida State||Eighty-seven students enrolled in the Foundations course which is required of all incoming students and only offered once each year. Fifty-nine students in Research Methods which is required and offered twice a year.|
|Indiana||L401 Computer-Based Information Tools, a prerequisite course that does not count toward graduate credits for degree. L401 has one large lecture class and lab section of 20 students or fewer.|
|Kent State||Four core courses.|
|McGill||Three mandatory courses.|
|Michigan||Core courses 501, 502 and (optional) 511 are being offered for the first time this semester. Each course is being taught by 2 faculty and each have a TA. Faculty constraints and new course content require, at this time, that the courses be taught as a single course (without sections). Future offerings of these courses will have more than one section.|
|Rutgers||610:501 The LIS Orientation class held
each semester for all new incoming students.
610:502 The LIS Colloquium Series taken by all MLS students during one semester of study.
610:510 & 610:550 Designed to be large lecture classes. 610:550 has lab component which breaks class down into smaller segments.
|Simmons||Three experimental courses.|
|South Carolina||Required courses taught via distance education technologies throughout South Carolina|
|Syracuse||All are undergraduate classes with teaching assistants.|
|Texas||322T Children's Literature (2
sections), undergraduate course.
386.1 Introduction to Library and Information Studies. Other section limited by size of television studio to 25.
|Washington||Three required core courses.|
|Wisconsin Madison||Three foundation courses which open to all incoming masters students as well as undergraduates with Junior or Senior standing.|
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