Induced Course Load Matrices (ICLM's)
An induced course load matrix or ICLM is a standard higher-education display. It shows credit hours in a matrix where rows are groups of students and columns are organizational units offering courses. Columns could also be course subjects.
The links below lead to ICLM's for separate terms. In each ICLM, the columns are the college offering a course. The rows are student college.
Prior to fall 2010 and the implementation of ISIS, we showed tables for both student roster college (in these, a philosophy masters student is shown in college GR, the graduate school) and student disipline college (in these, the same student is shown in college AS, Arts and Sciences). With ISIS, effective fall 2010, the concept of roster college no longer exists. For more on this distinction see definitions of terms.
Each table shows both actual credit hours and percentages of either rows (a student group) or columns (the course-offering college).
Select a table and term from the menu below.
Note: These tables are very wide and are best printed with landscape orientation on legal size paper. By fiddling with fonts and margins you can print successfully to letter-size paper. See printing tips.
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