When you're about to take a shower and find out there's no water running from the tap?
When you forget to turn off the tap and go upstairs to work on something?
When you finally remember to check if the water supply is back?
When you step into ankle-deep water that has flooded the apartment's ground floor?
Well, you just have to clean up the mess. That's what.
Warning: the following might seem like a convoluted way toward a conclusion. Pardon me, I'm not so good with figures.
Subjects x no. of sections x no. of units = Summation
Summation x 2 sems = no. units per year
No. of units per year / 24 units per year = no. of faculty members
357 units per year / 24 units = 14.875 faculty members (let's round that off to 15)
15 - 14 faculty members = 1 more full-time faculty member needed
1 (w/ 12 units load) - 1 part-time (w/ 6 units load) = 1 more part-time faculty needed (w/ 6 units load)
14 faculty members x 12 units per member = 168 x 2 sems = 336 (with 21 units usually distributed as overload teaching units among 7 faculty members w/ 3 u per member)
14 faculty members - 5 faculty members with 6-12 u ALC = 9 x 12 u per sem = 108 u
18 TLC of 5 members w/ ALC + 108 u = 126 per sem x 2 sems = 252 u
357 - 252 = 105 / 24 u = 4.375 faculty members needed
Now where do I get the budget for this?
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