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Title: The University of Illinois: Scaling Up for the Knowledge Age


1
The University of IllinoisScaling Up for
theKnowledge Age
  • Charles V. Evans, Burks Oakley II,
  • and Chester S. Gardner
  • University of Illinois
  • November 15, 1999

2
University of Illinois
  • One university with three campuses
  • Chicago
  • Springfield
  • Urbana-Champaign

3
IT-Related Programs
  • University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer
    Science, Information Decision Sciences
  • University of Illinois at Springfield
  • Computer Science, Management Information Systems
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer
    Science, Library and Information Science,
    Management Information Systems

4
UIUC EE CompE
  • Undergraduate degree programs in the College of
    Engineering

5
UIUC Computer Sci.
  • Undergraduate degree programs in the College of
    Engineering LAS

includes Math/CS and Statistics/CS
6
Student Quality
  • Mean ACT Composite
  • CS CompE EE
  • Fall 1994 29.6 29.1 28.4
  • Fall 1995 29.5 28.5 28.7
  • Fall 1996 29.6 29.3 29.3
  • Fall 1997 29.7 29.5 29.8
  • Fall 1998 30.7 29.5 30.1
  • Fall 1999 30.4 29.9 29.9
  • 29 ACT 1280-1300 SAT
  • 30 ACT 1310-1350 SAT

7
UIUC EE and CS
  • Graduate degree programs in the College of
    Engineering

8
UIUC Comp. Science
  • Graduates at all levels

9
UIC EE and CompE
  • Undergraduate degree programs in the College of
    Engineering

10
UIC CS and CompE
  • Undergraduate degree programs in the College of
    Engineering

Fall data
11
UIUC M.I.S.
  • Undergraduate degree program in the College of
    Commerce and Business Administration

12
UIUC M.I.S.
  • Number of employers recruiting on-campus with an
    interest in MIS grads

13
UIS M.I.S.
  • Graduate degree program (MS) in the College of
    Business and Management

14
UIC I.D.S.
  • BS in Information Decision Sciences in the
    College of Bus. Administration


GPA requirements increased
15
UIUC New Program
  • In response to the demand from students in all
    majors to learn more about information science,
    the School of Library and Information Science has
    created a new undergraduate minor in Information
    Science.
  • http//www.lis.uiuc.edu/gslis/program/isminor.html

16
Who hires our graduates?
17
UIUC M.I.S. 97-98
  • Anderson Consulting 7
  • PriceWaterhouseCoopers 4
  • System Software Associates 4
  • Ernst Young 2
  • PeopleSoft 2
  • Others 17
  • Arthur Anderson, BankOne, Caterpillar, Deloitte
    Touche, etc.

18
UIUC Engineering
  • BS degree, Aug. 1997 Aug. 1998
  • (1) Motorola 48
  • (3) Anderson Consulting 18
  • (7) Intel 8
  • MS degree, Aug. 1997 Aug. 1998
  • (3) Motorola 6
  • (7) Anderson Consulting 3
  • (8) Intel 3
  • (9) Lucent - 3

19
UIUC Engineering
  • Ph.D. degree, Aug. 1997 Aug. 1998
  • (1) Motorola 8
  • (2) Intel 7
  • (3) Hewlett-Packard 6
  • (4) Argonne National Laboratory 5
  • (7) IBM 3
  • (8) Lucent 3
  • (9) Schlumberger 3

20
What about people who cant travel to a campus?
21
What are we doing?
  • The Internet has created a new medium for
    connecting people to the University of Illinois
  • The University of Illinois Online initiative was
    started in January 1997

22
What is U of I Online?
  • Focus on computer-based communication via the
    Internet
  • public-service activities
  • short courses
  • regular courses
  • professional development sequences
  • certificate programs
  • degree programs

23
U of I Online
  • Primary focus on continuing education and
    masters degree programs
  • Well-defined market
  • Self-motivated, focused, sophisticated learners
  • Address the needs of underserved citizens of the
    State of Illinois
  • Deliver programs in high demand

24
Examples of U of I Online Programs
  • M.S. in Engineering (Electrical, etc.)
  • Master of Computer Science (M.C.S.)
  • M.S. in Management Information Systems
  • M.S. in Library and Information Science

25
UIUC Library and Information Science
  • LEEP scheduling option (MS degree)
  • Began with 31 students in Fall 1996
  • From as far away as Alaska and Vermont
  • Average age was 41 years old
  • Currently 55 in-state and 59 out-of-state
    students enrolled
  • 51 students have completed MS degree

26
UIUC Library and Information Science
  • Students have enrolled from Illinois and 36 other
    states, Virgin Islands, DC
  • Canada, France, Colombia, Japan, and Thailand
  • Faculty has grown by 4.5 FTE
  • Budget has increased by more than 500,000

27
UIUC LIS Program
  • Graduate degree program in the School of Library
    and Information Science

Fall data
28
UIUC Engineering, F99
  • 15 online graduate courses
  • Including Computer Science, Electrical
    Engineering, Math
  • 285 student enrollments
  • Students from India, Nebraska, California,
    Illinois, New Jersey, Ohio, Colorado, New Mexico,
    and Minnesota

29
UIUC Comp. Science
  • 10 graduates from M.C.S. program in India
  • All awaiting H1B visas
  • 6 have offers from by KPMG

30
U of I at Springfield
  • Fall 1998 1 online course, 30 enrollments
  • Spring 1999 13 online courses, 207 enrollments
    (gt92 retention!)
  • Fall 1999 24 online courses, 476 enrollments
  • Two online degrees
  • BA in Liberal Studies
  • MS in M.I.S.

31
Growth of U of I Online
  • 1997-98 -- 68 online courses, approximately 1300
    course enrollments
  • 1998-99 -- more than 150 online courses,
    estimated 2800 course enrollments
  • 1999-00 -- more than 250 online courses,
    estimated 4500 course enrollments
  • Our goal is to have more than 10,000 course
    enrollments by 2001-02.

32
Demand-Capacity Mismatch
  • How can we scale our enrollments to meet the
    demand of the IT industry?
  • Need to hire additional faculty
  • Lack of Ph.D. students in the pipeline
  • Competition from the IT industry itself
  • Space limitations

33
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34
IT Costs at UIUC
  • CS CompE
  • Current enrollment 1062 683
  • Current faculty size (FTE) 35 16
  • Target enrollment (50 increase) 1600 1025
  • New faculty 27 14
  • Recurring cost of 140k per new faculty
  • Recurring total 3.8M 2.0M
  • Non-recurring cost of 1.2M per faculty --
    start-up package and space (4000 GSF/faculty _at_
    250/GSF)
  • Non-recurring total 32.4M 16.8M
  • U.G. StudentFaculty 201 in CS, 251 in CompE

35
Challenges
  • Lack of Ph.D. students in the pipeline
  • Graduate fellowships
  • Space limitations
  • Where to put 41 new IT (CS, CompE) faculty?
  • How to fund all this growth?

36
Links Contact Info
  • http//www.uillinois.edu/
  • http//www.uic.edu/
  • http//www.uis.edu/
  • http//www.uiuc.edu/
  • http//www.online.uillinois.edu/
  • http//www.online.uillinois.edu/oakley/
  • Charles V. Evans (cevans4_at_uillinois.edu)
  • Burks Oakley II (oakley_at_uillinois.edu)
  • Chester S. Gardner (cgardner_at_uillinois.edu)
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